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Head of Student Affairs

Programme: IES Abroad
Location: Bloomsbury
Posted: 18/05/2022 15:29:53
Expires: 01/06/2022
Mailing Address: Please email your CV and cover letter to John Ockey at [email protected] Please apply as soon as possible; we will be conducting rolling interviews and reserve the right to close the application process if we find a suitable candidate before the deadline
Email: [email protected]

Job Description: Head of Student Affairs.doc

Institute for International Education of Students (IES Abroad) is one of the leading and diverse Study Abroad service providers in the US. As a non-profit organisation, over the past 75 years we have helped 100s thousands of students fulfil their dreams through spending a semester abroad.

Our programme operations are expanding and we are keen to grow our high calibre team. Please refer to person specification and job description for a broader overview of responsibilities and the profile of candidate we are seeking

About IES Abroad London:

- We are a non-profit education organization passionate about the growth of students, faculty, and staff.
- We are fully operational and expect to see rabid growth with a return to pre-pandemic numbers (or higher).
- We are looking for new colleagues who are passionate about international education, and who share our belief in education as a tool for social change.
- We are seeking individuals who thrive in an environment of excellence, and for whom work is more than a payslip.
- We treat our employees well. This includes occasional theatre tickets, meals and activities/events; always respecting the non-profit nature of our organisation.
- We are a disciplined and highly functioning team but also believe people should approach each workday with enthusiasm and with a sense of genuine belonging to the team. Whilst work-related stress cannot be prevented, we aim to nurture our employees with a supportive and comfortable working environment
- IES remains a leader in the field of study abroad; with the singular focus of providing the best international education experience possible. Our academic standards, health & safety protocols, and support for students have become the industry standard.

Staff benefits:
- Competitive salaries which consider market rates, individual experience, and qualification
- Opportunities for overtime
- A generous annual leave allowance (23 days; for each year of service one day is added up to 28 days) plus a further 8 bank holidays
- Staff development and professional learning opportunities
- Ad hoc access to free confidential advice on a range of practical issues such as family matters, wellbeing, personal development
- Enhanced Pension Scheme (available after 1 year of employment)

Please email your CV and cover letter to John Ockey at [email protected] Please apply as soon as possible; we will be conducting rolling interviews and reserve the right to close the application process if we find a suitable candidate before the deadline

Seeking lecturer - History of Modern Design

Programme: FIE
Location: August on-site in London
Posted: 17/05/2022 15:59:53
Expires: 01/06/2022
Mailing Address: n/a
Email: [email protected]
URL: https://www.fie.org.uk/about-us/employment

Job Description: HMD Advert.docx

London Program Director

Programme: Verto Education UK
Location: London, Bloomsbury
Posted: 16/05/2022 10:43:28
Expires: 31/05/2022
URL: https://vertoeducation.org/careers/

Job Description: London Program Director Job Description.pdf

Position Summary:

The Program Director is responsible for the day-to-day management of the Verto Education Program and London Center.
This position provides leadership and direct oversight to all student support functions, including but not limited to Student Affairs, housing, and health & safety. The Director also oversees the day-to-day management of the Academic Success team in collaboration with the Academics and Student Success departments. In addition, the Director collaborates with the Program Development team on the design of Verto?s semesters, and manages partner relationships.

The Director reports to the Vice President of Programming & Operations and collaborates regularly and consistently with various departments at Verto to prepare for and execute the London program.

Interviews will be held on a rolling basis

PROGRAMME COORDINATOR

Programme: ITHACA COLLEGE
Location: SOUTH KENSINGTON
Posted: 13/05/2022 12:53:57
Expires: 28/05/2022
Email: [email protected]

Job Description: Programme Coordinator Job Description Posting MAY 2022 - Copy.docx

Ithaca College seeks a Programme Coordinator to join its team administering all aspects of its long-established US study abroad programme in London. This is a year-round position, supporting fall and spring terms as well as summer programs. Applications should include CV with three references and a cover letter detailing the candidate's experience and suitability for the post based on the attached job description.
Send materials in pdf form via email to the attention of Dr Meghan Callahan, Director, at [email protected] by MAY 28, 2022 for best consideration, as we hope to appoint a suitable candidate at the first possible opportunity.
The ideal candidate will have strong communication skills, thrive in a busy academic office setting, show initiative and attention to detail, and have experience working as a member of a team, dedicated to the success of students and the overall academic program. Experience with student visas (CAS), and daily operations of study abroad in the UK a plus.
Only applicants with a right to work in the UK will be considered. See accompanying Job Description for further information.
Check out our website: https://www.ithaca.edu/academics/london-center

Internship Placement Manager

Programme: EUSA Academic Internship Experts
Location: London - South Kensington
Posted: 13/05/2022 00:28:58
Expires: 20/05/2022
Mailing Address: All applications should be submitted online. To apply please submit your CV and cover letter here: https://eusainternships.app.box.com/f/c14c581cf7734fb4a30ad2ab3e0f5981
Email: [email protected]
URL: https://eusainternships.box.com/s/15tl1y8ozkg8pbymrkvfeedvr68xv5g4

Job Description: Placement Manager Job Description May 22.docx

EUSA Academic Internship Experts is seeking to appoint three Placement Managers to our London team based in South Kensington.

Placement Manager: Permanent

EUSA Academic Internship Experts works with universities, departments, and individual professors to create and deliver customized, academically directed internship programs in London, Dublin, Madrid, Paris, and Prague.

Responsibilities
- Internship placement: set up and manage academic credit bearing professional internships for undergraduate and graduate students
- Assess student internship and career aspirations through one-to-one consultations
- Guide and support students from initial interview through successful completion of internship
- Create relationships and maintain a strong rapport with employers through research, cold calling, site visits, and ongoing communication
- Track timesheets and supervisor agreements for work placements and ensuring compliance with UKVI regulations
- Database management, expand and manage the database of London internship opportunities
- Participate in the delivery of student orientations sessions and workshops as appropriate
- 24 hour emergency care on call duty shared with other London team members

Please see full job description attached.

Student Affairs (Orientations) and Customised Programmes Manager

Programme: IES Abroad London
Location: Bloomsbury
Posted: 12/05/2022 12:37:42
Expires: 01/06/2022
Mailing Address: Please apply as soon as possible; we will be conducing rolling interviews and reserve the right to close the application process if we find a suitable candidate before the deadline
Email: [email protected]

Job Description: Student Affairs and Customised Programmes Manager (Orientations).doc

Institute for International Education of Students (IES Abroad) is one of the leading and diverse Study Abroad service providers in the US. As a non-profit organisation, over the past 75 years we have helped 100s thousands of students fulfil their dreams through spending a semester abroad.

We are working hard to welcome students again and as such we are keen to grow our high calibre team. We have got an exciting opportunity within Academic Services. Please refer to person specification and job description for a broader overview of responsibilities and the profile of candidate we are seeking

About IES Abroad London:

- We are a non-profit education organization passionate about the growth of students, faculty, and staff.
- We are fully operational and expect to see rabid growth with a return to pre-pandemic numbers (or higher).
- We are looking for new colleagues who are passionate about international education, and who share our belief in education as a tool for social change.
- We are seeking individuals who thrive in an environment of excellence, and for whom work is more than a payslip.
- We treat our employees well. This includes occasional theatre tickets, meals and activities/events; always respecting the non-profit nature of our organisation.
- We are a disciplined and highly functioning team but also believe people should approach each workday with enthusiasm and with a sense of genuine belonging to the team. Whilst work-related stress cannot be prevented, we aim to nurture our employees with a supportive and comfortable working environment
- IES remains a leader in the field of study abroad; with the singular focus of providing the best international education experience possible. Our academic standards, health & safety protocols, and support for students have become the industry standard.

Staff benefits:
- Competitive salaries which consider market rates, individual experience, and qualification
- Opportunities for overtime
- A generous annual leave allowance (23 days; for each year of service one day is added up to 28 days) plus a further 8 bank holidays
- Staff development and professional learning opportunities
- Ad hoc access to free confidential advice on a range of practical issues such as family matters, wellbeing, personal development
- Enhanced Pension Scheme (available after 1 year of employment)

Please email your CV and cover letter to Zosia Rutkowska at [email protected] Please apply as soon as possible; we reserve the right to close the application process before the deadline if we find a suitable candidate before

Various Faculty Positions

Programme: Verto Education
Location: London
Posted: 12/05/2022 11:21:05
Expires: 01/07/2022
URL: https://vertoeducation.org/careers/?gh_jid=4502565004

Job Description: Verto London Faculty Fall 2022 .docx

Term(s): Fall 2022 Semester (4-month contract) and/or Academic Year 2022-2023 (9-month contract) (Varies by location)
Minimum Experience: 2 years of teaching experience
Division: Academic Affairs

Faculty are invited to apply to teach as part of the Verto Study Abroad Experience, which focuses on immersive learning and experiential education for first-year college students. Students earn college credits and a pathway to postsecondary education through one of Verto?s Academic Providers, the University of New Haven (Connecticut, USA) or Richard Bland College (Virginia, USA). Verto is on a mission to help change higher education in positive, student-focused ways, creating new pathways to help students access college.

Position Description

Faculty will teach dynamic, engaging and experiential courses for all students participating in the Verto Experience. The successful candidates are highly motivated, student-oriented educators who will bring courses to life for students through a combination of active classroom learning and experiential field activities. Faculty must possess a strong commitment to undergraduate experiential education and be prepared to work with diverse students who are beginning their higher education journey.
Course assignments are typically 45 hours (3 US credits) or 60 hours (4 US credit) courses, depending on the course and discipline. Faculty will typically teach multiple sections of the same course, and/or multiple courses directly related to their academic field of expertise, if related courses are available. Course syllabi are developed and approved by the relevant Academic Provider, along with specific information regarding course learning outcomes, academic policies, assessment of learning, and overall expectations. Faculty will develop their own course materials, including readings, assignments, experiential learning activities, and develop and manage a course site via the Learning Management System, Canvas.
The successful candidates are highly collaborative. They work closely with team members in each Verto location including the Program and Academic Director(s), Academic Managers, and Academic Success Coordinators to provide comprehensive student care and excellence in teaching and learning to a diverse student body. Faculty are an integral part of helping new college students build appropriate academic skills and will integrate academic skill building into courses and help identify growth opportunities for learners.
Candidates must be dynamic teachers who are motivated by working with a diverse student population and building professional relationships with students and peers to support student engagement and academic success. Faculty will participate in academic and professional development training prior to, and throughout, the semester to support teaching and learning. Faculty are required to utilize the established academic policies and daily reporting tools for attendance, as described below. All faculty will develop and lead experiential learning activities as part of the curriculum.

Position Duties

Experiential learning is a key element of teaching. Faculty will work with program staff to embed experiential activities into the course prior to the start of each term. During the semester faculty teach in settings that include traditional classrooms and beyond. Faculty accompany students on academically-focused excursions.
Faculty will have opportunities to regularly meet with the local Academic Director to discuss ideas, successes, and areas where further support will aid faculty, staff, or students, and resolve any challenges that might arise. The Director of Academics will help ensure unity across instructors, conduct classroom observations and evaluations, offer feedback and coaching, and provide a selection of course materials.
Faculty are required to provide daily class attendance records, regularly input grades in the learning management system (Canvas) following the established parts of the academic term, provide mid-term grades, and maintain highly accurate academic information related to the course and provide assessments of student learning. Faculty must also verify academic rosters at the beginning of the term and following the course withdrawal deadline. Faculty typically have 72 hours from the end of term to submit grades following the requirements of the Academic Provider(s). Additional information is provided during training and in the faculty handbook.
Enrolment and Course Sections:
Class enrolment by section varies by program location, scheduling, student enrolment, and classroom size. Specific information will be provided by the local program staff.
Language courses: Approximately 15-18 students
Non-language courses: Approximately 20-30 students
Lab courses: Typically less than 25 students

Course Offerings for Fall 2022:
Course offerings vary by location. See below for location-specific offerings. Additional details can also be found on the Verto website by location.
Course Offerings for Fall 2022 by Location: This is an initial overview of Fall 2022 course offerings, this will be updated in Summer 2022 and is subject to change based on Academic Provider course approvals and student enrolment.
London
Rhetoric and Research I (3 credits)
Introduction to Theatre (3 credits)
Introduction to Business (3 credits)
Pre-Calculus I (3 credits)
Western Civilization (3 credits)
Introduction to Psychology (3 credits)
Principles of Communication (3 credits)
Calculus I (4 credits)
International Relations (3 credits)
British Literature II (3 credits)
Social Problems (3 credits)
Principles of Microeconomics (3 credits)
Art History I (3 credits)
Comparative Religion (3 credits)

More information can be found on the Verto Education website. https://vertoeducation.org/careers/?gh_jid=4502565004

Timetabling Administrator

Programme: Northeastern University (London)
Location: London
Posted: 04/05/2022 23:46:10
Expires: 22/05/2022
URL: https://share.hsforms.com/1p3G6XPo_QD-X7V9aRnSTYQ2peji

Job Description: Timetabling Administrator 29.4.22.pdf

Working in a small Timetabling team which sits within the Operations Department and reporting to the Timetabling Manager, this role will support the administration of planning, delivery and maintenance of the academic timetables, examination scheduling and general room bookings for the College.
This role requires excellent organisational and administration skills, and the ability to work with high volumes of data, paying close attention to detail. The role works closely and collaboratively with other staff members in the Operations Department, Registry and Examinations colleagues across the College. This opportunity would suit a candidate who has experience in an administrative role in the education sector and is looking to gain experience and develop a career in academic timetabling.

Duties and Responsibilities
Timetabling
-To offer an efficient and courteous first line support service to key stakeholders on matters relating to timetabling and room bookings
-Support and contribute to the timetabling team in planning and delivery of the academic timetables, including gathering information on courses, student groups and optionalities
-Support the timetabling team with timetable maintenance using the Celcat database
-To maintain and adapt the timetable to adjust to internal and external requirements and pressures and regularly clashing checking the timetable and resolving problems accordingly
-Monitor registers taken by faculty, making sure they are up to date and making necessary amendments as required
-Monitor the use of timetabled and other College space and contribute to space management activities
Examinations
-To focus on scheduling examinations, resit examinations and make the appropriate room bookings
-To ensure the examination schedule in Celcat is accurate and the correct students and student groups are scheduled appropriately
-To ensure the examination durations and special arrangements are scheduled accurately

Room bookings
-To liaise closely with other faculty and departmental administrators with room booking requests for events, student union, widening participation and ad hoc requirements
-To anticipate and work to prevent timetable-related problems that could have serious consequences, such as negatively impacting the student experience
-To provide advice and support to students and staff on their timetables
-To ensure room resources adequately meet the requirements of the mode of delivery, which may be subject specific, but may also relate to the individual needs of the faculty and students, such as technologies in classrooms
-Ensure that College protocols and policies in relation to timetables are adhered to

Other Duties
-Providing support (including cover support) to the wider Operations Department, to work flexibly and responsibly undertaking other duties relevant to the level of the role as assigned by management
-Foster a positive work environment with a good team spirit, including the wider professional departments, with quality student services and student experience at the forefront of all efforts
- To undertake appropriate staff development and training in line with organisational objectives

Please see job description for person specification and application details.

Head of Admissions

Programme: Northeastern University (London)
Location: London
Posted: 04/05/2022 23:39:53
Expires: 20/05/2022
URL: https://share.hsforms.com/1p3G6XPo_QD-X7V9aRnSTYQ2peji

Job Description: Head of Admissions 4.5.22.pdf

As the Head of Admissions, you will be responsible for the success of the College?s admissions function. You will lead the admissions team and manage the overall delivery and ongoing development of our student application processes to support the College?s growth ambitions.

You will work closely with other members of the London marketing, admissions, recruitment and visa compliance team, academic colleagues, Northeastern University?s (NU?s) Global Campus Network, and NU?s admissions teams, using well developed influencing skills to deliver an exceptional and fully compliant applicant experience.

Duties and Responsibilities

- Manage the development and delivery of the College?s application and admissions processes in accordance with the evolving needs of the College, individual applicants, and in accordance with UK higher education sector best practice.
- Lead the admissions team, ensuring that they have the sufficient knowledge, training and support to deliver an exceptional application and admissions experience from pre-applicant to enrolment, which adheres to regulatory requirements and best practice.
- Manage the planning, delivery and evaluation of admissions-related recruitment and conversion activities, including, but not limited to, personal statement workshops and interview days.
- Manage the ongoing development of the College?s admissions policies, procedures and terms and conditions, to ensure that they are efficient and transparent, complying with UCAS, fair admissions, GDPR and all regulatory requirements.
- Engage with stakeholders and undertake training to be recognised within the College and across Northeastern University?s Global Campus Network as the subject matter expert for all regulatory, best practice, and legal requirements that relate to UK admissions, including UKCISA, UCAS, GDPR, CMA, UKVI, APP, OfS, while ensuring that all admissions related activities comply with these.
- Undertake data analysis to inform recommendations to the College?s Academic Board and Senior Management Team that will support the achievement of target student numbers for different programmes of study, including enhanced processes, offer levels, contextual admissions, scholarships, alumni discounts, etc.
- Manage and develop the applications and admissions platform (currently Common App, Hubspot, Logiforms, PandaDoc and UCAS) to meet the needs of prospective students, internal stakeholders and the College?s growth ambitions - including, but not limited to, the coordination of admissions systems in the UK and US for students studying dual award programming.
- Lead the College?s activities relating to the annual confirmation and clearing period, ensuring that sufficient human and technical resources are in place to deliver an efficient and effective service that will meet the needs of applicants and the College.
- Oversee the College?s presence on the UCAS website and accountable for the accuracy of admissions information, applicant guidance, and entry requirements across all digital platforms deployed by the College and NU in relation to UK and dual programmes.
- Offer high quality customer service to all applicants, at all stages of the application process.
- Liaise with the Registry Team, academics and external stakeholders to ascertain recognition of prior learning where required.
- Prepare and brief other committee members and the wider team regarding bursary and scholarship awards.
Other Duties
- Provide support to the team with internal recruitment events, such as - Open Days and Taster Days/Lectures.
- To undertake any other duties commensurate with the level of responsibility of this post, for which the post holder has the necessary experience and/or training.

Please see the job description for person specification and application details.

Student Support Coordinator

Programme: Syracuse University London
Location: Holborn, London
Posted: 04/05/2022 15:27:28
Expires: 20/05/2022
Email: [email protected]

Job Description: Student Support Coordinator May 2022.pdf

Syracuse University London forms part of the global network of study abroad programs overseen and supported by Syracuse University, Syracuse, New York, U.S.A. The Syracuse University London centre hosts around 600 students per year in fall and spring semesters; employs 20 permanent administrative staff members and 60 adjunct faculty members; offers 50-60 Syracuse University-approved courses/modules each term across 35+ disciplines; and runs 200+ class field trips and a robust internship program, in addition to an intensive summer session.

The full-time, permanent position of Student Support Coordinator is responsible for providing general administrative coordination for a busy student support office in a study abroad context. It is part of a four-person student support team. Full description attached.

To apply, please send CV and cover letter by close of business on 20th May 2022 to Jo Reeves, Assistant Director for Finance & HR, [email protected]

Syracuse University London values a diverse workforce and welcomes applications from all qualified candidates.

Student Services Officer

Programme: Arcadia University -The College of Global Studies
Location: London
Posted: 03/05/2022 17:23:36
Expires: 27/05/2022
Mailing Address: [email protected]
Email: [email protected]

Job Description: Student Services Officer April 2022 (1).pdf

The College of Global Studies at Arcadia University (based in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA) provides over 100 study abroad programs in 10 countries to students from over 300 institutions of higher learning in the United States. Currently, the University is ranked #1 in the USA for the number of students that study abroad through its short-term, summer, semester and full-year programs. With over 30 programs offered at UK universities, in addition to its London Centre, the College of Global Studies offers a diverse range of study abroad options, including first year programming, internships, and undergraduate research opportunities. Arcadia's London Centre is based in Bloomsbury where classes, academic programs, student life services and other forms of comprehensive support are offered to participating students.

Job Outline

The Student Services Officer provides support to students as part of the Student Life team based in our London Center. The postholder has particular responsibility for advising first year and custom program students on concerns and issues related to student life and adjustment. The postholder will work with the Associate Director of Student Services, the Assistant Director, Custom Programs (based in the US Office) and the London Academic team with regard to the organisation and delivery of these programmes.

The nature of the role means that unsocial hours may need to be worked, some evenings and weekends during term time. Arcadia London operates a hybrid working policy to enable staff to work from home as work allows.

Eligibility:

Applicants should have the right to work in the United Kingdom and be able to demonstrate the following qualifications, experience, skills and attributes.

To apply, please send your CV of no more than 2 pages and a covering letter of no more than 500 words setting out your suitability for the post to [email protected]

Kensington Campus Coordinator

Programme: FIE:Foundation for International Education
Location: South Kensington, London, England
Posted: 29/04/2022 11:53:35
Expires: 01/06/2022
Mailing Address: Foundation for International Education Foundation House
114 Cromwell Road
London
SW7 4ES

Email: [email protected]
URL: https://www.fie.org.uk/about-us/employment/87-aboutus/1027-kensington-campus-coordinator-2022

Job Description: Kensington Campus Coordinator 2022-Job Description. 2022.pdf

FIE is currently seeking qualified, enthusiastic and confident applicants for the following full-time, permanent position within the Administration Team.

Please note that this role requires flexibility, including evening work (e.g. 1:30pm ? 9:30 pm), during Spring and Fall semesters, as well as changeable hours throughout the year. This role requires the incumbent to work on site.

Instructor in Biology

Programme: FSU London
Location: 99 Great Russell Street London WC1B 3LH
Posted: 25/04/2022 09:28:42
Expires: 31/05/2022
Email: [email protected]

Student Life Coordinator

Programme: Verto Education
Location: London
Posted: 21/04/2022 18:57:03
Expires: 31/05/2022
URL: https://vertoeducation.org/careers/?gh_jid=4458660004

Job Description: London-- Student Life Coordinator Job Description.pdf

VERTO EDUCATION?S MISSION (PURPOSE):
Verto prepares global leaders and transforms access to higher education through a coming-of-age first-year start to college abroad.


VERTO EDUCATION?S VALUES:
Verto Education was founded to make travel the path of least resistance to a college education (and degree). We believe in inclusion, transparency, access, equity and, above all, the power of travel to foster empathy and kindness across cultures.


Continuing to diversify our students, high school counsellors, independent educational consultants, and partner institutions to promote accessibility within higher education through presenting merit scholarships and need-based grant opportunities

The Student Life Coordinator is ultimately responsible for Verto participants? wellbeing and development, and helps plan participant engagement activities throughout the experience. Through one-on-one coaching and mentorship, the Student Life Coordinator ensures participants feel safe, supported, and engaged during their Verto experience. Student Life Coordinators work to create community and foster a sense of belonging for each participant. Collaborating with Verto?s local partners, Student Life Coordinators help participants immerse themselves in the local community and culture, and serve as role models for participants.

Student Life Coordinators report to the Student Life Manager and Program Director, and work closely with Verto staff in each location, and Verto partners (where applicable) to deliver the highest-quality experience for Verto participants.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES
Community Building
Welcome participants on arrival and, alongside local staff and partners, deliver Student Life Orientation.
Be responsible for being the primary contact of participants in case of questions or concerns and display a proactive attitude in order to address any participants? concerns in the most timely manner.
Meet with participants in one-on-one discussions helping them set goals, manage conflicts, and recognize growth over the course of the experience.
Facilitate the completion of roommate agreements and mediations when required.
Build community amongst the participant cohort through intentional engagement and connecting like minded participants.
Encourage and model mindfulness.
Accompany participants on both academic and non-academic excursions, optimizing engagement, participant safety, and logistical support.
Organize optional weekly and weekend participant activities and get-togethers to explore their program locations, and facilitate cultural immersion.
Help create updates for parents/guardians and families by collecting, creating, and managing written content and photos for our blog, social media sites, and email updates
Build personal trust with participants and maintain open lines of communication with them throughout the experience
Facilitate positive group dynamics, and foster inclusivity and respect
Role model positive behavior and navigate living in proximity to participants
Health and Safety
Play a proactive and reactive role to safeguard and monitor the health and wellbeing of participants and other staff through mandatory reporting and documenting behaviors and creating incidents reports as needed or directed.
Use paraprofessional counseling skills to help participants navigate non-serious mental health issues such as homesickness, and discern needs for professional counseling.
Assist participants with making appointments with local health professionals, occasionally attend appointments and arrange follow-up appointments as needed.
Enforce Verto's Code of Conduct and behavioural expectations as outlined in the Student Handbook.
Collaborate with Student Affairs/Manager, Program Directors, and the Dean of Students in the US on any behavioural correction steps, probationary processes, or dismissals if warranted.
Bring forward participants of concern to Care Team meetings and collaborate with Academic Success Coordinator on support and interventions.
Participate in an 24-7 ?on call? rotation to respond to participant emergencies, and support care of medical, mental health, and behavioral issues.
Facilitate a holistic participant experience in collaboration with faculty, Academic Success Coordinators, and program logistics coordinators.
Other duties as reasonably assigned. This may include staffing the program office, and working hours longer than standard office hours.
QUALIFICATIONS:
1-3 years of experience in a student-facing position involving university students or young adults
BA/BS from an accredited college or university
Experience working in a mentorship capacity
Must be 22 years of age or older by experience start date
Must have a valid passport.
Fluency in English
Effective communicator with the ability to show empathy and compassion
Demonstrated ability to manage rapidly evolving priorities.
Ability to work independently or with minimal supervision
Preference will be given to candidates who already live in London or who have previously lived in London for a minimum of 6 months.


WORK AND ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS:

The work pace is continually fast-paced and work is required for more than 4 hours at time.

EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
At Verto Education we value voices of all backgrounds and experiences. We know that creating a diverse environment takes dedication and intentional hiring practices. We are cognizant of the gap between our current state and our commitments. In order to bridge that gap, we have to humbly evaluate where we are today.
Verto sincerely appreciates candidates providing anonymous answers to our EEO questions. You are helping us be better.
Verto Education is an Equal Opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex including sexual orientation and gender identity, national origin, disability, protected Veteran Status, or any other characteristic protected by applicable federal, state, or local law.

To apply please go to our careers page: https://vertoeducation.org/careers/?gh_jid=4458660004

Resident Assistant - Intersession Programmes

Programme: NYU London
Location: Bloomsbury, London
Posted: 08/04/2022 16:27:18
Expires: 26/05/2022
URL: https://www.nyu.edu/london/about-us/working-for-nyu-london.html

NYU London is currently looking for a Resident Assistant - Intersession Programmes (fixed term) for our forthcoming summer semester. Please see URL for further details.

Program & Student Services Coordinator

Programme: CAPA The Global Education Network
Location: London
Posted: 06/04/2022 16:44:44
Expires: 31/05/2022
URL: https://bit.ly/3JeJV38

CAPA: The Global Education Network is seeking a Program and Student Services Coordinator to join our London team. This is an exciting opportunity combining program and event planning with student advising.

Justice, diversity, equity, and inclusion are fundamental to the mission, structure, and operations of CAPA. We strive to provide a work environment that celebrates difference and is free of implicit and explicit bias and seek to hire employees representing diversity in all forms.

Please follow this link to join our team! https://bit.ly/3JeJV38

If this opportunity is not right for you, we hope you will share it within your network. Please feel welcome to reach out directly with any questions.

Mary Pederson
Vice President of Human Resources
[email protected]

Sessional Lecturers to teach business and economics

Programme: FIE: Foundation for International Education
Location: London
Posted: 22/02/2022 16:31:44
Expires: 01/06/2022
Mailing Address: 114 Cromwell Road
London SE6 4EJ
Email: [email protected]
URL: https://www.fie.org.uk/about-us/employment/87-aboutus/1017-sessional-lecturers-to-teach-business-and-economics

FIE London is currently seeking to contract qualified, enthusiastic, and confident sessional instructors to teach undergraduate courses in Business and Economics.

The ideal instructor will have a relevant postgraduate degree, doctorate preferred, in a directly related field and have experience of teaching at the undergraduate level. Experience teaching American undergraduates at a range of levels is preferred as FIE classes are delivered to undergraduates from a variety of institutions, predominantly American universities. Faculty are responsible for all aspects of course preparation, teaching, and assessment.

FIE's courses are designed so that students can actively participate in their host country's culture. All courses are supported by co-curricular activities (field trips, site visits, guest speakers, interactive experiences) that foster community connection and understanding. By discovering and experiencing knowledge beyond the classroom students shape their own perspective of the world. Anyone who teaches for us must be willing and eager to use the location of London in creative ways, incorporating experiential components as part of their teaching delivery strategy.

To apply please send your CV and a cover letter (detailing your teaching philosophy and background) to [email protected] In your covering letter, please indicate which of our London Courses you would be interested in teaching.

For further information on FIE please visit our website.

Chair & Trustee (Director)

Programme: The British American Drama Academy
Location: Primarily London, with possible meetings in Oxford
Posted: 16/02/2021 15:42:33
Expires: 06/06/2022
URL: http://www.bada.org.uk/trustees-application/

Job Description: BADA Trustees 2021 Application Pack.pdf

We particularly encourage application from candidates who have previously been underrepresented at BADA and in the industry due to barriers linked to ethnicity, class, disability, gender, sexuality, socioeconomic status, or any other disadvantaged characteristic.

The British American Drama Academy (BADA) was founded in 1984 to enable students from across the world to study classical theatre with leading actors and directors of the British theatre.

BADA runs the following programs:
? The London Theatre Program in association with Sarah Lawrence College; a full-time conservatory acting program, over one semester.
? The Midsummer in Oxford Program; an intensive acting program held over four weeks at Magdalen College, Oxford in association with the Yale School of Drama.
? The Midsummer Conservatory Program for high school students held over three weeks at St John?s College, Oxford.
? The Shakespeare in London Program in association with Sarah Lawrence College; a full-time semester long program from Spring ?22.
? Greek Theatre - From the Ancient World to the Modern Through Theory and Performance. A four-week program launching in June ?22, exploring the performance and reception of ancient drama.
? Black British Theatre. A four-week program to be launched in June ?23, it will provide an overview of contemporary Black British theatre and performance.

We are seeking a new Chair and up to three Trustees. The Board of 12 Trustees oversees the company?s strategy, finances, operations, and governance, working with the artistic and operational company management and leadership. Like most institutions at this time, BADA is reassessing future opportunities and ensuring that the organisation has the maximum flexibility to meet the likely challenges ahead.

We want our Chair and Trustees to share our passion for theatre and British theatre training and to have a strong empathy with our vision to enable US and other international students to participate fully in our courses, irrespective of any potential barriers associated with protected characteristics.

Of particular interest will be candidates with skills and experience in the following areas:
? Theatre and/or drama sector
? Academia, in particular study abroad programs
? Finance and accountancy
? Fundraising
? Oxford knowledge, connections and contacts

How to apply:
For further information, and to apply, please visit our website at http://www.bada.org.uk/trustees-application/.
The deadline for applications is 5pm Monday 6 June 2022.