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Student Life Manager (live-in) FT

Programme: Boston University Study Abroad London
Location: London
Posted: 08/12/2022 17:00:50
Expires: 12/01/2023
Email: [email protected]
URL: https://www.bu.edu/london/vacancies/

Job Description: Student Life Manager JD - December 2022.pdf

Student Life Manager (SLM)

Salary ~30k GBP depending on experience.
Plus provision of housing in London WC1E (self-contained apartment)

Boston University Study Abroad London is the largest of Boston University's study-abroad programmes, providing the opportunity of study in London for approximately 1,200 students from our US campus each year.

Our South Kensington Academic centre occupies a fine historic building, where we have excellent facilities. Our own student accommodation is within walking distance. BUSA London has recently added another wonderful residential building to its portfolio in Bloomsbury WC1E London. Students take a full academic course load during their semester in London drawn from a wide set of university disciplines, ranging from 15-week semester programmes, to short 6-8 week Summer programmes and courses. These are taught by London-based faculty members and US-based faculty in the Summer. A full social and cultural programme complements the academic elements.

The Student Life Manager (SLM) will support the delivery of student support services at BUSA London, including the day-to-day delivery of a high standard of student resources, engagement activities, welfare and pastoral care, and housing for approximately 1,200 BUSA London students per year. The Student Life Manager will primarily coordinate the daily pastoral care and student engagement in student life activities, whilst supporting the Residence Life Manager and other departments.

The primary responsibilities of the role include:

- manage and expand effective engagement and communication with students.
- work with in house counsellor on providing mental health assistance and support for students.
- manage and expand a positive extra-curricular experience for all students on BUSA London programmes through effective student engagement and provision of high quality social and cultural programmes.
- manage and expand BU London's social media outreach and content to increase awareness and student engagement via platforms such as Instagram, YouTube, TikTok, MailChimp.
- supervise/manage the Student Affairs Assistant, ensuring that the day-to-day provision of the student life department is maintained to a high standard.
- undertake an active role in the wider Student Affairs team, responding to student enquiries appropriately and efficiently, and supporting effective student communication.
- work closely with the Residence Life Manager on a daily basis, escalating issues to the Associate Director, Student Support & Operations as necessary.
- be a primary member of the on-call team, with responsibility for 1 in 2 weeks of on-call coverage whilst students are in residence.

Success in the role requires an active and effective hands-on management style that delivers excellent service through a small team and its activities.

Candidates should demonstrate the attributes which the role demands, including:

- Experience of being on-call, responding under pressure and competent in managing emergency situations following agreed procedures.
- Experience of higher education and student support and services.
- Calm, professional manner, which is flexible, proactive and responsive.
- Excellent attention to detail and enjoying working under pressure, solving problems and identifying serious issues whilst working in confidential situations.

Other requirements:

This is a live-in on-call role, and the University will provide a self-contained apartment in the University student residential housing. The appointee must be willing and available to work at weekends. (agreed in advance, compensated with time in lieu).

Candidates must have the unrestricted right to work in the UK.

To apply, please send your CV with a covering letter to Judy Hart - [email protected] Your letter must explain your suitability for the role in terms of your experience and skills.

The closing date for applications is Thursday 12th January 2023 @ 3pm. 1st round interviews will be held week beginning Monday 16th January, with successful candidates moving onto a 2nd round interview stage from week beginning Monday 23rd January. The position and accommodation will be available to start immediately or after the successful candidates required notice period.

London Student Services Advisor

Programme: AIFS London
Location: South Kensington
Posted: 06/12/2022 11:11:17
Expires: 23/12/2022
Email: [email protected]

Job Description: London Student Advisor Dec 2022.pdf

The American Institute for Foreign Study UK (AIFS) is seeking a Student Advisor to work in its Study Abroad Division based at its central London Global Education Center.

All applications (cover letter and CV) must be sent to [email protected], the deadline is 23rd December 2022

Global Mobility Officer (Widening Participation)

Programme: Queen Mary University of London
Location: Mile End & Whitechapel
Posted: 01/12/2022 15:57:13
Expires: 02/01/2023
Mailing Address: Global Opportunities team
External Relations Directorate
Queen Mary University of London
Dept W, 81 Mile End Rd, London E1 4UJ

Email: [email protected]
URL: https://www.qmul.ac.uk/jobs/vacancies/items/7860.html

Job Description: Global+Mobility+Officer+(Widening+Participation)+Job-Pack Final.docx

IFSA Sessional Instructor: Literature, Spring 2023

Programme: IFSA Study in London
Location: London
Posted: 24/11/2022 17:02:00
Expires: 16/12/2022
Email: [email protected]

Job Description: Fantasy in the Real World_Syllabus.pdf

The Institute for Study Abroad is seeking an instructor to teach a literature course entitled ?Fantasy in the Real World: Literature through the Sociological Len? for the IFSA in London program over the upcoming spring semester.

The course is designed to introduce students to a wide range of fantasy literature, reading them through the lens of creative construct and social issues.

Along with teaching the class, the instructor will also be responsible for assessment and marking as well as the design of at least two co-curricular activities such as guest speakers, museums or performance visits designed to expose students to new perspectives and help them integrate, apply, and synthesise key learning. The syllabus for the course has been approved by our School of Record, however minor modifications can be made in agreement with the Academic Programs Manager.

Please see the job description for further details.

This is a great opportunity for faculty, postdocs, and PhD students. The ideal candidate will have a minimum of a master?s degree in a related subject as well as teaching and assessment experience in a UK or US higher education setting. Experience working with study abroad students is a plus.

Semester dates: 16th January ? 21 April 2023

Teaching hours: 3 hours teaching (plus 30 minutes break) once a week over 14 weeks. Total 45 contact hours. The course is currently scheduled on Wednesdays from 11:30am, but alternative days and times can be considered according to availability.

Interested applicants are encouraged to submit their details as soon as possible. Interviews will take place on a rolling basis.

To apply, please email your CV and cover letter to [email protected]

For any questions or further information please contact Mina Chakmagi, Academic Programs Manager: [email protected]

Monetary Economics instructor

Programme: Global Education Oregon in London
Location: WC1N 3DA
Posted: 16/11/2022 13:10:29
Expires: 31/01/2023

Instructor needed to teach Monetary Economics to a group of business and economics undergraduates this upcoming spring quarter. Draft syllabus will be provided. MA required (PhD preferred). To apply please contact London Director Amanda Milburn on [email protected]

Programme Dates: 3 April - 9 June.

Director of Marketing & Recruitment, FIE London

Programme: FIE:Foundation for International Education
Location: South Kensington, London (on-site)
Posted: 08/11/2022 14:42:54
Expires: 02/01/2023
Mailing Address: Ahmed Said
Foundation for International Education
Foundation House
114 Cromwell Road
SW7 4ES
Email: [email protected]
URL: https://www.fie.org.uk/about-us/employment/87-aboutus/1044-director-of-marketing-recruitment-fie-london

Kensington Campus Coordinator, FIE London

Programme: FIE: Foundation for International Education
Location: South Kensington - London
Posted: 07/11/2022 21:34:05
Expires: 11/12/2022
Mailing Address: Ahmed Said
FIE Ltd
Foundation House
114 Cromwell Road
Lonson SW7 4ES
Email: [email protected]

Job Description: Kensington Campus Coordinator, FIE London.pdf

The Foundation for International Education (www.fie.org.uk) is an international higher education organisation working in partnership with universities and colleges, primarily from the US, to provide immersive study abroad programmes for undergraduate students in London, Dublin, and Amman.

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.


Job Summary: The Kensington Campus Coordinator will be responsible for ensuring the smooth day-to-day running of Foundation House, performing front office duties, and providing classroom assistance and support to teaching staff. They will oversee room bookings and provide assistance with scheduling. They will coordinate visit schedules and provide support for visitors to FIE London, as well as lead on or support the organisation of events and receptions. They will liaise, and coordinate, closely with staff at Metrogate House to ensure the active success of our Kensington Campus.

Student Life Coordinator - Holistic Wellness

Programme: Bader College
Location: Herstmonceux Castle, Hailsham, East Sussex
Posted: 27/07/2022 12:47:26
Expires: 15/12/2022
Email: [email protected]
URL: https://www.queensu.ca/badercollege/about/employment/vacancies

Job Description: SLC JD&PS 2022-2023 Rev Nov 2022.pdf

The role of the SLC provides an exciting opportunity to live and work at an English countryside estate castle. SLCs are critical to the social and professional community within Bader College. SLCs are responsible for dealing with a wide variety of issues facing students, while promoting a sense of belonging and facilitating a positive and respectful community among students. In the role, SLCs will provide advice and support to students, develop activities that promote intellectual development and personal growth, assist in the conduct process and facilitate intentional living and learning experiences that enhance student growth and well-being. The Student Services team delivers a significant amount of social and educational programming on campus that reinforces the university's academic mission and contributes to the students? overall learning experience. SLCs will be pro-active, and work as part of a team in which effective communication and reliability is key. In addition to regular programming duties, SLCs will each get the opportunity to take on one specific portfolio. Each portfolio engages current students and SLCs will be responsible for mentoring and leading them toward a common goal. This is the job posting for the Holistic Wellness Portfolio.

This position requires incumbents to live in the student residence and participate in a 24 hour on-call rotation.

Bader College is committed to employment equity, inclusion and diversity and supports fair treatment and opportunity for all. No job applicant, employee or worker is discriminated against either directly or indirectly on the grounds of age, disability, gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy or maternity, race, religion or belief, sex or sexual orientation.

You can find the full Job Posting, and Job Description and application instructions, on our website: https://www.queensu.ca/badercollege/about/employment/vacancies