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University Relationship Manager

Programme: Arcadia University -The College of Global Studies
Location: London
Posted: 17/10/2021 13:49:44
Expires: 04/11/2021
Email: [email protected]

Job Description: University Relationships Manager Job Description -7 Oct 2021.pdf

The College of Global Studies is now seeking to appoint someone to the role of University Relationships Manager in England and Wales. This crucial role based in Arcadia?s London Center will maintain and develop the links between Arcadia and our partner institutions in England and Wales, working to support students studying with Arcadia at partner campuses. The postholder will be expected to liaise with staff within institutions at a senior level and to that end with staff on the main campus at Arcadia University in the USA. It is expected that the postholder will dedicate a substantial amount of time for in person liaison with staff and students on campus at partner institutions in England & Wales
Applicants should have the right to work in the United Kingdom and be able to demonstrate the following qualifications, experience, skills and attributes.

Essential:
Bachelor?s degree
3 years experience working in Higher Education
Strong administrative experience and organisational skills; the ability to plan and prioritise.

Desired:
Experience working with US StudyAbroad students
Knowledge of US higher education system
Knowledge of Salesforce, Google Suite and Canvas

Salary of 36,000GBP
Non-contributory 8% Pension & 28 days annual leave excluding bank holidays.

Director, Winston House

Programme: University of North Carolina
Location: Bloomsbury, London
Posted: 15/10/2021 14:12:06
Expires: 30/10/2021
Email: [email protected]

Job Description: Winston House Director Job Spec 2021.docx

The Carolina Trust is looking for a terrific new member of staff to lead our team working with programmes for the University of North Carolina in Bedford Square.

Winston House, the College of Arts and Sciences? European Study Centre in London serves as a hub for the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill's study abroad programs and research initiatives across Europe. The Winston House Director will supervise the Winston House Programme Coordinator and coordinate with the Honors Carolina Director of Global Education and Fellowships to fulfil the responsibilities listed in the attached job spec.

Please forward a copy of your CV/resume and a cover letter detailing your qualifications for the role to [email protected] All applications should be addressed for the attention of Erin Tschupp. Position will be open until filled, with initial review of applications starting 30 October by 5 pm GMT/12pm EST.

Should you wish to speak informally about the post, feel free to email Erin Tschupp on [email protected]

Unfortunately, the organisation is unable to sponsor a Skilled Worker visa for this position. As such, it is expected that the successful candidate will have legal right to work in the UK.

Good luck and hope to hear from you soon!

Adjunct Instructor, Earth Science

Programme: Pepperdine University
Location: South Kensington, London
Posted: 15/10/2021 13:51:12
Expires: 07/11/2021
Email: [email protected]

Job Description: Pepperdine Earth Science Instructor Description_Spring 2022.pdf

Pepperdine University seeks an adjunct instructor to teach an undergraduate course titled ?Earth Science: A Way of Knowing? for Spring Semester 2022. The semester runs from 10 January through 14 April 2022.

Classes will be held in-person at the Pepperdine University facility in South Kensington. Class meetings will be scheduled for a total of 3 hours of lecture and 2 hours of laboratory per week. Lab sessions should draw on the resources available at the nearby Science Museum and Natural History Museum.

The ideal candidate will have a PhD in a relevant discipline as well as previous teaching experience. Experience working with US study abroad students is desirable.

To apply for the position, please send a CV and covering letter addressed to Heather Pardee, Director of the London Programme, at [email protected] Applications will be accepted until Sunday 7 November, although shortlisted candidates may be contacted prior to the application closing date to arrange an interview.

Finance / Economics Teaching Position

Programme: University of Notre Dame, London Undergraduate Program
Location: London, SW1Y 4HG
Posted: 14/10/2021 20:10:52
Expires: 25/10/2021
Email: [email protected]
URL: https://www.jobs.ac.uk/job/CJV927/finance-economics-teaching-position

The University of Notre Dame?s London Undergraduate Program seeks an instructor able to localise and deliver an existing core course on Managerial Economics, covering areas including Supply, Demand, and Equilibrium; Optimization Theory; Statistical Analysis; Production and Cost Analysis; Consumer Demand Analysis and Forecasting; Competitive and Strategic Pricing Techniques; Uncertainty and Game Theory.

The proposed class will require two 75-minute blocks of teaching per week over the 14 teaching weeks of an academic semester. Duties include the creation of course materials to meet the defined learning goals, delivery of in-person teaching, regular assignments and assessment of student work, and allocating time for assisting students outside of scheduled class meeting times.

Programme: IES Abroad London
Location: Bloomsbury
Posted: 12/10/2021 16:08:00
Expires: 31/10/2021
Email: [email protected]

Job Description: FS CM324 Censored Issues and Tensions in Media Censorship in Britain.pdf

Applications are invited from well-qualified university-level lecturers to teach a Film & Media course to upperclassmen US students at IES Abroad London. We are looking for a dynamic, experienced teacher with strong enthusiasm for the subject of organizational behaviour. Experience of working with American students is desirable, as is an understanding of US academic culture. The successful candidate will be comfortable working autonomously and have strong organizational, IT and communications skills.

The course will have up to two sections, which will meet once a week for 2.5 hours per session; for a total of 30/60 paid contact hours, starting in the Spring semester of 2022 (18th January to 30th April). Please see the syllabi attachment for an indication of the course content.

Candidates must be available to teach at the following times to be considered for the position, as the timetable has already been set:

Section 1: Monday 10am - 12:30pm
Section 2: Monday 1:30pm - 4:00pm

IES provides students from U.S. colleges and universities with high-quality academic study abroad programs that foster intercultural development through learning abroad. IES (renamed the Institute for the International Education of Students in 1997), is a global, non-profit organisation based in Chicago with over 30 programmes in 15 countries.

Applications will be accepted until midnight on Sunday 31st October 2022. Interested candidates should email their cover letter and CV to Miss Rohima Ahmed, Academic Co-Ordinator at IES Abroad London at [email protected]

All applicants should be able to lawfully accept employment in the U.K.

For further information about IES Abroad, please visit our website at www.iesabroad.org

Programme: IES Abroad London
Location: Bloomsbury
Posted: 12/10/2021 16:04:06
Expires: 31/10/2021
Email: [email protected]

Job Description: FI355 International Finance.pdf

Applications are invited from well-qualified university-level lecturers to teach a Finance course to upperclassmen US students at IES Abroad London. We are looking for a dynamic, experienced teacher with strong enthusiasm for the subject of organizational behaviour. Experience of working with American students is desirable, as is an understanding of US academic culture. The successful candidate will be comfortable working autonomously and have strong organizational, IT and communications skills.

The course will have up to three sections, which will meet once a week for 2.5 hours per session; for a total of 60/90 paid contact hours, starting in the Spring semester of 2022 (18th January to 30th April). Please see the syllabi attachment for an indication of the course content.

Candidates must be available to teach at the following times to be considered for the position, as the timetable has already been set:

Section 1: Monday 10am ? 12:30pm
Section 2: Monday 1:30pm ? 4:00pm
Section 3: Monday 5:00pm ? 7:30pm

IES provides students from U.S. colleges and universities with high-quality academic study abroad programs that foster intercultural development through learning abroad. IES (renamed the Institute for the International Education of Students in 1997), is a global, non-profit organisation based in Chicago with over 30 programmes in 15 countries.

Applications will be accepted until midnight on Sunday 31st October 2022. Interested candidates should email their cover letter and CV to Miss Rohima Ahmed, Academic Co-Ordinator at IES Abroad London at [email protected]

All applicants should be able to lawfully accept employment in the U.K.

For further information about IES Abroad, please visit our website at www.iesabroad.org

Pathway Programme Coordinator (Live-In Position)

Programme: Northeastern University (London)
Location: London
Posted: 12/10/2021 10:05:42
Expires: 21/11/2021
URL: https://share.hsforms.com/1p3G6XPo_QD-X7V9aRnSTYQ2peji

Job Description: Pathway Programme Coordinator (Spring 2022) (1).pdf

New College of the Humanities (NCH) is hiring for three Pathway Programme Coordinators (PPC) based in Chapter Spitalfields in Central London, for the Spring 2022 semester.

This full-time Coordinator would join a wider team in supporting the physical, emotional, social, and academic needs of first year and study abroad students who are on a programme approved by Northeastern University, Boston, Massachusetts, USA.

In addition to supporting students and colleagues at NCH, PPCs focus on creating positive and valuable experiential learning for students in their academic coursework, the city of London, and the Chapter Spitalfields student residence. PPCs will work collaboratively and are supervised by the Residence Life Manager and Pathway Programme Supervisor. PPCs enthusiastically embody the mission and values of Northeastern University, NU pathway programmes, and NCH while working and living in close proximity to study abroad students.

For the coming term, site staff will reside in Chapter Spitalfields. The studio rooms offer access to a premium residential experience. With elevated views over central London, the rooms have their own private kitchenette, workspace and en-suite bathrooms, offering a homely space to relax and work from. All residential staff enjoy free access to all the amenities on site including gym access, a private 32nd floor bar, cinema room, karaoke space and more.

Please see the job description for more details.

Administration Manager

Programme: FIE: Foundation for International Education
Location: Kensington, London, SW7 4ES
Posted: 08/10/2021 19:05:36
Expires: 31/10/2021
Mailing Address: Foundation House
114 Cromwell Road
London
SW7 4ES
Email: [email protected]
URL: https://www.fie.org.uk/about-us/employment/87-aboutus/1008-administration-manager-fie-london-2021

Job Description: Administration Manager 2021 - JD.pdf

The Administration Manager is tasked with overseeing the Front Office of our main teaching building and coordinating the high-quality delivery of services and ensure its efficient day to day running;
coordinating preparations for arrival, registration and orientation of programs; assisting with and development of FIE?s Virtual Learning Environment (Moodle), as well as advising on e-learning strategy and development. The incumbent will be responsible for issuing, grade reporting and issuing of FIE transcripts and providing leadership on Accessibility across FIE?s programmes and locations

Communications Coordinator

Programme: University of Notre Dame (USA) in England
Location: London - Trafalgar Square
Posted: 08/10/2021 15:39:18
Expires: 20/10/2021
URL: https://jobs.nd.edu/postings/23130

An exciting opportunity has arisen for an outstanding Communications Coordinator to develop the communications at the University of Notre Dame (USA) in England. Based in London, the candidate will have a passion for storytelling and producing engaging content for key audiences across multiple channels.

You will work closely with the Associate Director of Communications and Engagement in London, and collaborate with the communications team in the US to help develop and implement Notre?s Dame?s global communications strategy. You would be joining a small and dynamic team, and you would have the opportunity to help us shape our communications strategy for London.

The University of Notre Dame (USA) in England hosts the services of the London Global Gateway, which forms part of the University of Notre Dame?s global network. The University of Notre Dame, a Catholic research university, ranks in the top 20 American colleges and universities. The Gateways create unique opportunities for Notre Dame to engage the world and the world to engage Notre Dame through scholarly collaboration, undergraduate and graduate study, as well as cooperative programs with governments, foundations, corporations, alumni, parents, and friends of the University.

For full job description and to apply: https://www.jobs.ac.uk/job/CJS263/communications-coordinator

Program Assistant

Programme: UNC Honors Semester in London
Location: London
Posted: 08/10/2021 14:30:12
Expires: 25/10/2021
Email: [email protected]

Job Description: Honors London Program Assistant Job Description.docx

Winston House, the University of North Carolina's European Study Center in London, serves as a hub for UNC's study abroad programs and research initiatives across Europe. The Honors Study Abroad Program Assistant will work under the supervision of the Winston House director, the Honors Carolina director of Global Education and Fellowships, and the faculty directors for Honors London and the Shuford Away Programs to fulfill the responsibilities listed in the attached job description.

Duration of the appointment: January 9 - April 30, 2022
Hourly salary for 20 hours/week for the duration of the program.

To apply, send resume and cover letter explaining interest and qualifications to [email protected] by October 25.

Adjunct Faculty - International Political Economy

Programme: Fordham London
Location: London
Posted: 08/10/2021 13:55:25
Expires: 27/10/2022
Email: [email protected]

Job Description: Job Ad - International Political Economy .docx (1).pdf

Fordham University in London is seeking to appoint an adjunct lecturer for a level three course in International Political Economy (ECON 3245) - for the spring semester starting from 17 January 2022.

The course focuses on the political foundations and consequences of the contemporary world economy. It will survey the evolution of the international economic system since the Second World War, with particular reference to contemporary concerns, debates and issues.

Successful candidates must be experienced and effective teachers, able to cater for the diverse student body and engage students in the subject matter so that they are fully prepared for their journey through the bachelor degree.

Residence Life Supervisors (PT live-in) - 700 per month

Programme: Boston University Study Abroad London
Location: South Kensington, SW7
Posted: 08/10/2021 11:49:36
Expires: 15/11/2021
Email: [email protected]
URL: https://www.bu.edu/london/vacancies/

Job Description: RLS - Job Description - October 2021.pdf

Residence Life Supervisors
3 live-in roles vacant. Fixed-term: From December 2021 to April 2022
Boston University Study Abroad London
South Kensington, London SW7
Salary - 700 GBP per month

Following the successful return of students in London at Boston University this Fall, we currently have opportunities for a further three live-in Residence Life Supervisors (RLS) to help support our undergraduate students in university housing initially for the Spring 2022 semester starting early January through to mid-April 2022. We usually have over 300 students each semester, and the RLS team support students at nights and weekends to help staff ensure the safe and professional running of the programme.

The Residence Life Supervisor is usually part of a small team of 7- 8 RLSs and it is essential that this team works together as a close-knit unit, both for backup and support to students. The RLS team are the first point of contact for students and act as the backbone of the on-call emergency team. They work closely with: students, the maintenance and housekeeping teams, security and the Student Affairs staff. As the first point of contact every RLS should be able to respond well in difficult and emergency situations and have the patience to deal with more minor but sometimes challenging demands.

The RLS will be part of the on-call team which provides out of hours support on a 7-day basis when students are in residence and will be expected to be available during evenings and weekends on a pre agreed rota basis. The RLS role allows flexible working where you may have additional employment or are studying elsewhere on weekdays during the daytime.

You will need recent experience of a similar role, and to be good at communicating with students and creating a welcoming atmosphere whilst being able to maintain discipline. You should demonstrate a mature approach and the ability to make sound judgements, and you will be required to understand and abide by our current rules and codes of conduct.

The RLS team live in single en-suite rooms in our residences in South Kensington with access to shared student kitchens, and all associated bills are covered by the university. You will receive a competitive salary for your variable hours, and full training will be provided. You must have the unrestricted right to work in the UK, without a limitation on working hours.

You will receive a salary of 700 GBP per month

To apply, please send your 2-page CV with a covering letter of your suitability for the role to Meg Cullen - [email protected] Application deadline is Monday 15th November @ 3pm. Successful candidates must be ready to start by Tuesday 4th January 2022 but preferably and, if available sooner, will be able to move in and start from Wednesday 1st December 2021. Successful candidates must also be available for a minimum of 3 work days training over 8th-10th December 2021. Successful candidates moving in early will not be require to be onsite over the Christmas and New Year period.

Sr. Programmes and Operations Manager

Programme: IFSA
Location: 59 South Molton Street, London, Mayfair, W1K 5SN
Posted: 05/10/2021 20:22:39
Expires: 30/11/2021
Email: [email protected]
URL: https://www.ifsa-butler.org/connect-with-us/ifsa-job-openings/

Job Description: Posting - Sr Manager, Programmes and Operations - London.pdf

Are you a life-long learner, curious about the world around you?
Are you ready to bring your unique skills to a mission-driven organization?
Do you enjoy being a part of a student?s journey of personal, academic and intercultural growth?

If so, we would love to welcome you to our global community!

We are looking for an individual to administer core parts of IFSA study abroad programmes in London and throughout England and Wales, including: leading the planning and supporting the delivery of co- and extracurricular activities, orientation, and other events; coordinating enrolment and student support services with local university partners; supporting and ensuring effective academic administration; and engaging with students to enhance their programme experience and wellbeing. In this position, you will work closely with colleagues from our sites in the UK and Europe, the Global Health & Safety Team, Programme Operations, Academic Programmes and Student Engagement teams.

Please visit our careers portal to apply online.

Sessional Lecturers for winter/spring 2022

Programme: FIE: Foundation for International Education
Location: Kensington, London, SW7 4ES
Posted: 05/10/2021 16:38:36
Expires: 30/11/2021
Mailing Address: Foundation House
114 Cromwell Road
London SW7 4ES
Email: [email protected]
URL: https://www.fie.org.uk/about-us/employment/87-aboutus/1006-fie-sessional-lecturers-2021

In preparation for expected increases in enrolments in Winter/Spring 2022 FIE London is currently seeking to contract qualified, enthusiastic, and confident sessional instructors to teach undergraduate courses in a variety of subjects, including Business, Economics, History, Sociology, Humanities, Shakespeare and Creative Writing.

The ideal instructor will have a PhD (or be near to completion) in a directly related field and have experience of teaching at the undergraduate level. FIE classes are delivered to undergraduates from a variety of institutions, predominantly American universities. The ideal candidate will therefore have experience teaching American university undergraduates at a range of levels. Faculty are responsible for all aspects of course preparation, teaching, and assessment.

Interviews will be undertaken on a rolling basis and we would like to hear from interested parties by the end of November 2021.

For more information and to apply please click the link above.

Student Life Administrator (Cultural Programming)

Programme: NYU London
Location: Bloomsbury, London
Posted: 04/10/2021 16:29:36
Expires: 31/10/2021
URL: https://www.nyu.edu/london/about-us/working-for-nyu-london.html

Job Description: Job advert - Student Life Administrator, Cultural Programming - October 2021.pdf

NYU London is currently recruiting for a Student Life Administrator (Cultural Programming).

The position of Student Life Administrator (Cultural Programming) is a full-time, permanent post, reporting to the Student Life Coordinator. The post holder will make a significant contribution to the work of the Student Life team, across a diverse range of areas, and will be supporting students throughout the year on various programmes from pre-arrival through to departure. In particular, the Student Life team provides multiple opportunities for students to engage with the culture of the United Kingdom during their time away, to help them to develop more knowledge about (and direct experience of) the distinctive local culture in which they have chosen to live for a relatively brief period of time, and to complement the site?s academic curriculum.

NYU is committed to being a welcoming campus community that reflects and enacts the values of inclusion, diversity, belonging, and equity that inform academic excellence. We seek candidates who will not only enhance our commitment to these values, but whose experience, competencies, skills, and community engagement efforts contribute to diverse, equitable, inclusive learning and working environments for our students, staff, and faculty.

For full details including job description, duties, and application procedure please follow the link provided.

Adjunct Professor - European Politics

Programme: Fordham London
Location: London
Posted: 04/10/2021 14:06:40
Expires: 22/10/2021
Mailing Address: Fordham University in London
2 Eyre Street Hill
London EC1R 5ET
Email: [email protected]

Job Description: Job Ad - European Politics Adjunct.pdf

Fordham University in London is seeking to appoint an adjunct professor for a level three course in European Politics for the spring semester - starting from 17 January 2022.

Students will be studying post war European integration, the European Union, a comparative study of national politics as relates to Europe, Brexit and the future of the EU; its social policies and external relations.

Successful candidates must be experienced and effective teachers, able to cater for the diverse student body and engage students in the subject matter so that they are fully prepared for their journey through the bachelor degree.

Approximately 600 students study each year at Fordham London from Fordham University's School of Arts & Science and the Gabelli School of Business.

Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis, with a deadline of 22 October 2021.

ADJUNCT INSTRUCTOR RACE, GENDER AND THE MEDIA

Programme: Syracuse University London
Location: LONDON
Posted: 01/10/2021 14:28:56
Expires: 15/11/2021
Email: [email protected]

Job Description: SUL JOB ADVERT RGM.docx

Syracuse University London is looking for an instructor for Spring 2022 for a course on Race, Gender, and the Media.
This is an adjunct position for one semester, with possibility of renewal. PhD students are welcome to apply. The first class will be online asynchronous during the week of 1st February 2022. The first day of face to face teaching will be 14th February 2022. Please email your cv and cover letter to Dr Meghan Callahan, Assistant Director for Teaching and Learning at [email protected] by October 15.

The course description:
Race, Gender & the Media explores sections of British society and their representation via the British print and broadcast media. The course will examine how the United Kingdom?s domestic print and broadcast organisations were established and function today and the influence social and political history has had (and continues to have) on their operation and output. The division of the course into units allows students to explore the chronology of the British media, the evolving composition of the national population and the roots of their contemporary representation. How the representation of the British population ? already divided along lines of social class, gender, race, culture, religion, region, ethnicity and sexual orientation ? is informed, entertained and self-identifies will be examined via related theories. This will solidify student understanding about the relationship that exists between media history, practice, ethics and social and cultural anthropology.

Student Support and Engagement Coordinator

Programme: Harlaxton College
Location: Grantham, Lincolnshire
Posted: 29/09/2021 18:45:40
Expires: 22/10/2021
Mailing Address: Harlaxton College
Harlaxton Manor
Grantham
Lincolnshire
NG32 1AG
Email: [email protected]

Job Description: SSEC.pdf

Harlaxton College, in Grantham, Lincolnshire, is a unique overseas study site of the University of Evansville in Indiana, USA. Our site welcomes students from the USA and other nations to come and live, learn, and grow as they live in a majestic manor house and study multiple different subjects.

Harlaxton College is seeking a Coordinator to join the Student Support and Engagement Office, based in the lively Student Central hub at Harlaxton Manor.

The Student Support and Engagement Coordinator supports the Student Support and Engagement Manager and is vital in providing a robust travel, learning, and growth experience for US students studying abroad at the College.

Programme Support and Student Welfare Officer

Programme: The British American Drama Academy
Location: London; Oxford for the duration of BADA's summer programme
Posted: 29/09/2021 14:43:49
Expires: 31/10/2021
URL: http://www.bada.org.uk/jobs/

We particularly encourage applicants from a wide range of backgrounds and experiences to achieve a more dynamic company.

The British American Drama Academy (BADA) is seeking to appoint a Programme Support and Student Welfare Officer to act as institutional lead for student welfare, pastoral care and extra-curricular experience.

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 aims to provide exceptional, rigorous and immersive theatre training across a range of courses for students aged 16-18, undergraduates studying abroad as part of their Bachelor's degree, and life-long learners.

Working closely with the Managing Director, Dean and staff from our partner institutions, the primary purpose of the role of Programme Support and Student Welfare Officer is to provide outstanding student support, and to ensure a positive, safe and inclusive work, study and living environment for students, that is conducive to social and intellectual growth for BADA's approximately 200 students annually across all our programs.

The position' responsibilities include student welfare and pastoral care, student housing, student conduct, extra-curricular student activities and emergency response.

Essential Experience:
- Minimum 2 years' experience working in a similar position in education and student welfare support, or relevant experience within a healthcare setting

How to apply:
For further information, and to apply, please visit our website at http://www.bada.org.uk/jobs/.

Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis. The position remains open until filled.

Residence Life Supervisor, FIE London

Programme: FIE, Foundation for International Education
Location: Kensington, London SW7 4ES
Posted: 28/09/2021 19:45:35
Expires: 05/11/2021
Mailing Address: FIE Ltd.
Foundation House
114 Cromwell Road
London
SE7 4ES
Email: [email protected]
URL: https://www.fie.org.uk/news-and-events/1007-residence-life-supervisor-fie-london

Job Description: RLS London 2021 -- Job Description.pdf

FIE is currently seeking qualified, confident and reliable applicants for the following part-time, permanent position with a late November start date. The position is live-in, and based in a student residence hall located in the Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, where the successful candidate will be responsible for providing pastoral care to undergraduate students.

Director of Academic Affairs, London

Programme: CAPA: The Global Education Network
Location: London
Posted: 27/09/2021 12:50:14
Expires: 27/10/2021
Mailing Address: CAPA London Centre
146-148 Cromwell Road
London SW7 4EF
URL: https://capaworld.bamboohr.com/jobs/view.php?id=75

CAPA The Global Education Network is committed to academic excellence, integrity, and innovation in learning abroad. Our mission is to provide meaningful experiences that challenge and inspire students to analyze and explore complex political, cultural, and social landscapes within urban environments. Through our commitment to personalized learning, global connections via technology and collaborative learning communities, we prepare students to live and work in a globally interdependent and diverse world. CAPA The Global Education Network is headquartered in Boston and operates programs in Dublin, Florence, Sydney, London and Barcelona.

Justice, diversity, equity, and inclusion are fundamental to the mission, structure, and operations of CAPA The Global Education Network. We are an equal opportunity employer that strives to provide a work environment that celebrates difference and is free of implicit and explicit bias. We seek to hire employees representing diversity in all forms and work to support all employees to achieve at the highest level. Employment is based on a person?s professional qualifications and competence. CAPA does not discriminate against any employee or applicant because of race, creed, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, disability, age, genetic information, veteran status, marital status, pregnancy, or related condition including breastfeeding, or any other basis protected by law.

Job Overview

CAPA seeks a collaborative and strategic leader for the role of Director of Academic Affairs, London. This is an exciting opportunity for an experienced educational leader to lead a team in our flagship South Kensington centre responsible for the gold standard academic programming for which CAPA is known. The Director works collaboratively as a member of the London Centre Team, as well as the Global Academics Management Team.

Responsibilities and Duties

Oversee the operational responsibilities of a busy academic affairs department which serves approximately 1,000 US college students annually, working with more than 30 highly qualified instructors from a wide variety of disciplines

Manage a team responsible for the academic operations of the centre, including supporting faculty and students

In collaboration with colleagues, lead curriculum planning and development efforts, manage quality assurance measures, including but not limited to course evaluations, faculty self-assessment, peer-review, and QAA reporting relating to the London Program

Promote CAPA?s Globally Networked Learning objectives, optimizing use of technology via CANVAS/LMS

As a member of the Global Academic Management Team (GAMT), participate in international academic initiatives, including along with academic leadership from other CAPA centres worldwide

Monitor and plan academic program spending across several budgets

Facilitate the fulfilment of partnership agreements, including agreements with local universities, as well as universities based in the US

Ensure integrity of academic archives and other documents shared across the organization

Ensure all registrar and copyright compliance requirements are administered across the academic affairs team

Lead and oversee the design and implementation of co-curricular learning opportunities

Possible opportunity to teach as a part of the CAPA London Program

Contribute to new academic affairs projects as they arise


Qualifications

A Master?s degree, PhD preferred

Proven experience in academic management and/or higher education administration

Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail

Ability to work independently, whilst simultaneously working as a part of a team

Excellent interpersonal skills

Ability to manage multiple priorities and work well under pressure

A high level of proficiency in computer software particularly Microsoft Office, Salesforce/CRM and CANVAS/LMS

Solid working knowledge of educational technology preferred

The legal rights to work in the UK without restrictions

Hours

This full-time role is based upon 37.5 hours per week. Standard working will be between 9:00am - 5:30pm, Monday ? Friday. Hours may vary depending on schedules. Due to the nature of the study abroad field, additional time beyond regular office hours and work on weekends and bank holidays is to be expected in this role.