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Head of Summer School
Programme: Queen Mary University of London
Location: Mile End (London)
Posted: 17/02/2020 08:59:14
Mailing Address: Queen Mary University of London
Email: [email protected]
Job Description: QMUL21597.docx
Adjunct Professor - the Business of Fashion - Fall 2020
Programme: Fordham University London Centre
Posted: 14/02/2020 13:54:16
Email: [email protected]
Job Description: Job Ad - Business of Fashion.pdf
Applications will be considered on a rolling basis until the position is filled.
RESIDENT LIFE ASSISTANT (RLA)
Location: Central London
Posted: 12/02/2020 13:25:56
Job Description: Resident Life Assistant Job Description.pdf
The Arcadia London Center is seeking suitable candidates for the Resident Life Assistant post to start as soon as possible.
This is a part-time, fixed-term, live-in position in central London, responsible for a student residence. Suitable applicants will have previous relevant experience, an enthusiasm for education and cultural exchange.
You will receive a salary of 504 GBP per month. Full training will be provided. You must have the right to work in the UK with no restrictions.
To apply, please send your CV and covering letter to [email protected] Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis.
Posted: 11/02/2020 14:57:42
Email: [email protected]
Job Description: AD Job Ad Feb 2020.docx
Academic Director, CIEE Global Institute London
Summary of Position
The Academic Director manages the quality and coordination of all educational programming at the Global Institute. It is the job of the Academic Director to provide intellectual leadership and to ensure a rigorous, engaging and supportive learning environment.
Student services (various roles)
Programme: NCH NU various
Location: Bloomsbury, London
Posted: 10/02/2020 23:17:05
Job Description: JD - Student Services roles (various).docx
The administrative department at New College of the Humanities is responsible for providing a wide range of support to our students throughout their time at the College. We have a diverse range of students who have opportunities to study one-semester, one-year, three-year undergraduate and one or two-year postgraduate programmes.
New College of the Humanities is looking to grow the support provisions and invites expressions of interest from potential applicants for roles that include one or more of the following responsibilities:
? platforms and software administration: Virtual Learning Environment (VLE), such as Blackboard, Moodle, Canvas etc., Student Information System/s, Microsoft Office suite etc.
? timetabling: including planning, scheduling, room bookings, attendance, and reporting
? organisation of program events: excursions, extra and co-curricular, service learning, orientation organisation and delivery
? student housing: room allocation, student conduct, mediation, collaboration with site-staff, and collaboration with housing providers
? general administrative support: managing the flow of incoming queries, and fielding and directing appropriately, facilities support, producing grade sheets, formatting of documentation, drafting of communications etc.
We are looking for candidates to join an existing team and who will play a key role in the College?s student support provisions, necessitating ongoing communication and positive relationships with students, professional staff, faculty and external contacts to ensure students are provided with the best possible support and guidance.
Please refer to the attached job description for further details of these opportunities.
Finance & Operations Manager
Programme: NYU London
Location: Bloomsbury, London
Posted: 07/02/2020 11:51:15
Job Description: Job advert - Finance & Operations Manager FEB 2020.pdf
NYUL is currently recruiting for a Finance & Operations Manager. For full details about the role and the application procedure, please follow the link included in the attachment.
Theology Teaching Position for Fall 2020 semester
Programme: University of Notre Dame (USA) in England
Posted: 03/02/2020 17:35:06
Mailing Address: Ms Alice Tyrell,
Director of Academic Programs,
University of Notre Dame in England,
1 Suffolk Street,
London SW1Y 4HG
Email: [email protected]
Job Description: FA20 Theo job advert.doc
Student Life Coordinator
Programme: Bader International Study Centre
Location: Hailsham, East Sussex
Posted: 27/01/2020 14:33:37
Mailing Address: Kayleigh Erickson
Bader International Study Centre
Email: [email protected]
Job Description: BISC SLC JD&PS Jan 2020.pdf
The Bader International Study Centre (BISC), the UK-based campus of Queen?s University (Canada), is seeking Student Life Coordinators for an 11-month term commencing 1 May 2020 until 30 April 2021. The Student Life Coordinator (SLC) is a key member of the professional service offered by Student Services. The SLCs play a major role in defining student life at the BISC and promoting a positive student experience.
For full details of this opportunity, job description, person specification and how to apply, please visit https://www.queensu.ca/bisc/about-us/employment.
Posted: 14/01/2020 09:34:50
Job Description: Associate Dean - JD - 2020-01-13.pdf
Job Title: Associate Dean
Location: Hult International Business School
Office / Campus address: 35 Commercial Road, London E1 1LD
Reports To: Dean of London Undergraduate
Applications only through Jobvite here please: http://app.jobvite.com/m?3PdbTkwV
Hult International Business School offers MBA, Executive MBA, Master, and Bachelor business-focused programs. With its global campus network in Boston, San Francisco, London, Dubai, Shanghai, and a rotation center in New York, Hult provides students with an unrivaled global perspective.
The Associate Dean is a critical position in managing the academic experience of undergraduate students. This role, however, is principally faculty-facing and focuses on liaising with faculty to ensure a quality design and delivery of the curriculum. The Associate Dean works reports into the Campus Dean and works with the whole Academic Team assisting in:
? Implementing academic quality assurance processes as defined by the global team and enforcing global academic policies in the campus
? Overseeing the effective day-to-day operation and administration of all aspects of the program
? Working with faculty to ensure the quality of the teaching and learning environment of the Program
? Assisting the Dean in strategic planning for the Program.
Duties and Responsibilities
? Maintains an overview of the student experience and the faculty experience.
? Strong ability to navigate the Learning Management Systems (LMS) and other systems, coaching faculty on the platform when necessary and using it to check consistency across approximately 100 courses running simultaneously and up to 300+ assessments every semester.
? Advises students on academic performance, course work and study strategies
? Implements and administers policies relating to academic quality assurance, and oversees compliance; assists the Dean in preparing academic documentation for periodic accreditation reviews.
? Assists the Dean in developing and planning the execution of the curriculum including course planning and scheduling.
? Assists the Dean with faculty hiring and provides orientation and ?onboarding? for new faculty, covering everything from the LMS to grading and attendance policies, from compliance and other HR issues to ensuring faculty work collegially within and across disciplines.
? Oversees ongoing professional development of faculty, including managing informal PD sessions and resources, faculty meetings, faculty summits and administers faculty annual performance reviews
? Coordinates and supports faculty activities, including student advising, new course proposals and the faculty maintenance of academic records
? Collects and reviews 100+ course syllabi per semester to assure assure cross-campus consistency and compliance with NEASC, QAA, and AACSB accreditations
? Works with the Academic Teams in Boston and San Francisco to ensure consistency across campuses.
? Reviews and approves final grades each semester, and oversees faculty/course evaluations
? Serves as a member of the campus management team, representing faculty issues and concerns
? Serves as a member of faculty-related committees, potentially chairing at least one of the committees (such as the Academic Integrity Committee).
? Ability to teach up to two courses (6 credits) per year either in the General Education or Business areas.
Work Experience and skills
? Experience in academic governance.
? An almost obsessive attention to detail
? A PhD or in progress of pursuing a PhD in an appropriate discipline
? Senior level experience with students and faculty is essential
? Academic operations experience with a private academic institution would be an advantage, as well as with the US and UK HE sectors.
? Extensive proven track record of successful academic achievements
? Crucially a track record of leadership, organizational, and managerial skills, acknowledgeable by students and faculty alike.
? Proven and evidenced track record of performing at speed whilst retaining a focus on high quality.
? Creativity, flexibility, and a willingness to test new ideas
? Excellent communication skills, written and oral, in day-to-day dealings with faculty, staff, and students
? An ability to communicate across cultures
? Excellent skills in Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and use of databases such as SalesForce and Canvas
? Successful track record in working for a business school or university with a strong distributed network of campuses.
? Independent leader, who can drive best practice.
? Able to maintain composure in a fast-paced environment.
? Diplomatic tendencies combining tact and firmness to manage faculty from a range of cultural, academic, and professional backgrounds
? A high energy and enthusiastic individual who thrives under pressure
? Exceptionally well organized.
? Passion for high standards of customer service.
? Proactive, results-oriented with a positive approach.
? A natural strategist and forward planner.
Start date: as soon as the post is filled.
Please note that you must have the right to work in the UK to be considered for this position.
Hult International Business School, Inc. is a non-profit corporation organized in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and accredited by the New England Association of Schools & Colleges. Hult is a global institution with campuses in Boston, London, Dubai, San Francisco & Shanghai. The School's mission is to transform lives by providing an exceptionally valuable and enduring education. Hult is affiliated with EF Education First.
Hult is an equal opportunity employer. Hult offers competitive salaries and benefits in a global, deeply multicultural working environment. If you are motivated by the prospect of an international career with a dynamic and forward-thinking school, we want to hear from you.
Please note: Due to the high volume of applications received, only successful candidates will be contacted.
Director, Geneva Programs, Study Abroad
Posted: 13/01/2020 15:17:30
Mailing Address: Please apply by email [email protected] or contact Mary Thames at that address.
Email: [email protected]
DIRECTOR, GENEVA PROGRAMS, Study Abroad
The Director of Boston Universitys Geneva Program oversees all aspects of the Universitys study abroad programming delivered in Geneva, including management and recruitment of staff, program budgets, internship placements, student life and excursions, housing/office operations, immigration, student emergency response, health and safety, and curriculum development/revision. The Director also builds and maintains relationships with institutions and organizations in Switzerland that directly relate to program operations, including academic partners and international organizations. The Director takes an active role in the Universitys effort to publicize BU Study Abroad, a division of BUs Global Programs office, and reach enrollment goals for the Geneva Program. Working in close collaboration with Global Programs leadership and other BU colleagues, the Director will also support as appropriate the Universitys effort to build its global engagement. This may include a variety of efforts to advance the profile of Boston University in Switzerland by facilitating collaborations with organizations and academic institutions, assisting BU faculty and staff in Switzerland, and supporting the planning of strategic BU events in Switzerland. The position reports directly to the Executive Director of Study Abroad. This position is based full-time in Geneva, Switzerland, and appropriate permit/authorization to work in Geneva is required for consideration.
Key Areas of Responsibility
Finance and Operations:
?Oversee the operating budget for the program and review and approve monthly expense reports submitted to BU Global Support Finance Team.
?Manage the program's bank accounts, with signatory authority on any local accounts.
?Manage relationship with local accountant and coordinate with Global Support and Study Abroad to ensure proper tax reporting and filings are met.
?Manage housing operations and facilities for student dormitory with 50+ beds, including oversight of repairs and other building work.
?Oversee the operational needs of the program as they relate to office space, equipment, furniture, etc.
?In coordination with Global Support and Study Abroad, ensure compliance with local laws, including registration of the program, employee taxation, property regulations, and any other legal policies and procedures as they affect the program. Keep BU Global Programs leadership informed of changes in local legislation and national regulations as they pertain to the program.
?Oversee all aspects of health, safety, and student life for the program as a first responder, including housing, excursions and other cultural activities, potential health and safety concerns with hosting US students in close consultation with the Director of Operations, Study Abroad and the Associate Director, Health, Safety and Security on the Global Support team.
?Lead cultural & academic excursions, orientations, and other extra-curricular activities.
?Respond to student emergencies and provide appropriate support and resources.
?Liaise between students and their internship providers when needed throughout the semester, in particular where issues are elevated from other staff members.
?Build and maintain collaborative and strong relationship with the University of Geneva to develop and oversee curricula and ensure the academic integrity of the program as well as the academic success of the students.
?Build and maintain collaborative and strong relationship with the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN), UN and other multinational organizations, and IGOs/NGOS for research and training opportunities.
?Ensure the program is in compliance with all academic policies and procedures of Boston University, working in conjunction with BU Study Abroad and its Director of Academic Affairs.
?Report on the academic progress of the program, keeping the Study Abroad Director of Academic Affairs updated on all issues related to grades, student progress, course appropriateness.
?Develop, expand and nurture the network of internship providers essential to the success of the internship component of the program.
Personnel and Human Resources:
?Work with Study Abroad and Global Support teams on all staffing change requests and employee hiring matters.
?Supervise all full- or part-time staff members of the program, including, where relevant, student employees, to include instructing, planning and assigning work, maintaining standards, coordinating activities, acting on employee problems, selecting new employees. Review and evaluate work for effectiveness, accuracy and adherence to department policies.
Recruitment and Marketing:
?Participate in and contribute to the Universitys effort in publicizing BU Study Abroad.
?Work closely with the Study Abroad Executive Director and Associate Director, University Relations and Campus Outreach, and other members of Global Programs in branding the program.
?Foster alumni relations with graduates of the program and assist in the efforts of Boston Universitys Office of Development and Alumni Affairs as needed; assist other University offices as needed.
Strategic Planning & Program Development:
?Work with the Study Abroad Executive Director, Vice President and Associate Provost for Global Programs, and other Global Programs staff on the development of new program initiatives, their development and implementation.
?Participate in the strategic planning process and review for the program. Analyze the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats of the program from an operational, financial, legal and academic perspective.
?Update the Executive Director on the presence of other study abroad providers in the area, make recommendations on areas of development.
?Submit a report at the end of each calendar year outlining the highlights and issues of the program as well as areas of development.
Please DO NOT APPLY THROUGH THE HR WEBSITE! Applicants should submit CV and cover letter to Mary Thames at [email protected]
Job Requirements Qualifications, skills and attributes required for the role:
?Minimum Bachelors degree required; postgraduate qualification desirable;
?5-8 years professional work experiences in higher education and/or international education administration;
?Experience working with American students traveling abroad and strong understanding of American higher education administrative and academic practices;
?Experience in Geneva, including interactions with international organizations and NGOs, strongly desired;
?Excellent managerial, communication and organizational skills in a cross-cultural environment, the ability to work cooperatively with administrators, faculty, students and staff on- and off-campus; the ability to communicate professionally and clearly in writing and orally; the proven ability to manage people and projects effectively; must be able to multi-task and manage competing priorities;
?Proven ability to manage people and projects effectively;
?Exercise of sound judgement and appropriate response in emergency situations involving students;
?Must manage expectations with diplomacy and manage competing priorities;
?Travel to the US for meetings and recruitment, and within Switzerland for program activities.
?Proficiency in written and spoken French and English.
?This position is based full-time in Geneva, Switzerland, and appropriate permit/authorization to work in Geneva is required for consideration.
Academic Services Advisor- Job-Share
Programme: Academic Affairs
Posted: 09/01/2020 15:48:04
Mailing Address: 146 Cromwell Road Kensington
Email: [email protected]
Job Description: Academic Services Advisor- Job Share (London).pdf
CAPA is currently seeking an Academic Services Advisor to provide administrative support within the Academic Management Team (AMT) based in London. This position will report to the Associate Director for Academic Affairs in London. This is a fixed-term (6 months), part-time position, 3 days per week.View full job description above.
How to Apply
Join our team! To apply, please submit a cover letter and resume following the URL or email application to [email protected] (include Academic Services Advisor in subject line). Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis.
* CAPA: The Global Education Network is an equal opportunity employe*