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Manager of Program and Student Services

Programme: CAPA The Global Education Network
Location: London, England
Posted: 02/12/2021 15:42:22
Expires: 30/01/2022
Email: https://capaworld.bamboohr.com/jobs/view.php?id=80
URL: https://capaworld.bamboohr.com/jobs/view.php?id=80

Job Description: Manager of Program and Student Services.pdf

About CAPA

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 Buenos Aires, Dublin, Florence, Sydney, London and Shanghai.

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.



Reports To

Director of Program and Student Services

Location

CAPA London Study Centre in South Kensington

Job Overview

This is a highly responsible role with the Program and Student Services team at our flagship London study centre providing key support to the Director of Program and Student Services. Responsibilities include management of custom and direct enrol programs, support with escalated crisis management, and supervision of a busy Program and Student Services team. This role will assure the quality of delivery of CAPA London programmes, and the successful candidate will foreground the integrity of the academic and student experience in London.

Responsibilities

Custom programming:

Co-lead CAPA and CEA Study Abroad (a strategic partner of CAPA) direct enroll programs with the Director of PASS. Work closely with CEA Study Abroad leadership to provide a seamless study abroad experience for direct enroll students.
Collaborate with the Director of PASS and US custom program planning team to create innovative, academically rigorous, and value driven programs in London
Project manages the planning and delivery of custom programs in London with PASS coordinators
Manage contract fulfilment and programme budgets for custom programs
Support the Academic Affairs Team with classroom scheduling and adjunct faculty hiring for custom programs as needed
Provide advice and guidance to visiting faculty prior to arrival and while in-country
Compile detailed programme reports and make recommendations based on multiple feedback sources to ensure quality assurance is exceeded year on year.


Direct Enrol Programming:

Co-lead CAPA and partner direct enroll programs with the Director of PASS.

Maintain key relationships with UK HEIs, representing the needs of CAPA London direct enrol students throughout the life cycle of programmes
Prepare direct enrol programs including, but not limited to, organizing housing, course enrolment, pre-departure orientation, creating a cultural planner, preparations for health and wellbeing accomodations
Facilitate direct enrolment programs, including, but not limited to, providing advising support throughout the program, managing health and wellbeing needs,
Manage contract fulfilment and programme budgets of each direct enrol programme
Hold emergency phone to support direct enrol students out of hours
In collaboration with Director of PASS respond to and manage all in-country crisis situations, communicating effectively with US teams and partners
Management:

Collaborate with the Director of PASS each semester to establish a strategic plan for delivering all aspects of Program and Student Services in London.
Line manages team of Program and Student Services Coordinators, promoting a positive and collaborative work environment
Project manage the workload of PASS Coordinators, spanning custom, direct enrol and My Global City programs, through their life cycle
Implement departmental processes and procedures that ensure consistency and quality of programme delivery, prioritise staff wellbeing and retention, and contribute to a culture of continual improvement
In collaboration with the Director of PASS, manage scheduling, approve holidays, ensure cross training of the team to ensure operational consistency
Lead regular meetings with staff, carry out performance assessments and manage staff concerns as they arise
Represent the organisation at a managerial level, considering the needs of the organisation first in all situations
Regularly review, update and implement the standard operating procedures for PASS coordinators
Student Advising and Crisis Management (at managerial level):

Provide support to PASS Coordinators on day-to-day student advising and escalated student advising cases and incident reports.
In addition to being part of the regular emergency on call rota, act as the backup support to the on-call staff when Director of PASS is on holiday.
Uphold CAPA?s disciplinary and reporting processes in agreement with the Director of PASS.
Undertake regular training in student wellbeing and emergency response best practise
Other

Embed the CAPA ethos and mission across all areas of programming.
Support the Director of PASS with the hosting of site visitors (e.g., administrators from US universities)
Work with US-based marketing, recruitment and admissions teams to provide material for CAPA marketing initiatives. Consider the relationship between on-site operations and US-based marketing needs and make recommendations accordingly
With the Director of PASS, ensure regular assessment of program provision, both formally and informally, to ensure that the quality of our programming and advising is consistently high
Communicate effectively with US institutional relations and enrolment staff to ensure all operations understand the student line of sight
Manage important vendor relationships for programming, including reception venues, hotels, theatre & ticketing agents, academic institutions, museums, galleries, blue badge guides, and student partners
Qualifications

An effective communicator, experienced in project and staff management in a higher education environment
Proven ability to work to tight deadlines and frequently changing priorities, without compromising quality
Demonstrate a keen awareness of the holistic needs of US students and higher education partners and an ability to translate this into detail-oriented program plans
Strong emotional intelligence and the ability to recognize the skills and interests within your team
Demonstrated ability to motivate and inspire greatness from individuals and a team
Understanding of student health & well-being
Experience in crisis management and de-escalation techniques


Bachelor?s degree required; Master?s degree preferred.


Hours

This is a full-time role. Standard hours are 9:00AM to 5:30PM, Monday to Friday. Due to the nature of the study abroad field, additional time beyond regular office hours is to be expected from time to time in this role.

Business instructor

Programme: Global Education Oregon in London
Location: London
Posted: 02/12/2021 13:25:28
Expires: 28/01/2022

Instructor needed to teach Leadership and Communication 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: 28 March - 3 June

Science Instructor

Programme: Pepperdine University, London
Location: South Kensington, London
Posted: 01/12/2021 13:55:37
Expires: 31/12/2021
Email: [email protected]

Job Description: Pepperdine London Science Instructor Description_Spring 2022.pdf

Pepperdine University London seeks a part-time Science Instructor to teach an introductory science course during the term beginning in January 2022. The instructor is responsible for creating and delivering lectures, selecting readings, creating exams & lab assignments, marking assignments, and corresponding with students.

Module Title(s): "Science as A Way of Knowing" or "Earth Science"

Module Description: This course centres on a number of topics of common interest to different fields of science. Emphasis is given to the nature of the scientific process as one way in which humans attempt to describe and explain natural phenomena. Historical examples are drawn from several areas of the natural sciences, with special attention given to the structure of the atom, the functions of living cells, genetics, and evolution. Alternatively, depending on the instructor's field of expertise, the course could be focused on Earth Science, covering concepts in astronomy, geology, meteorology, and oceanography. This module fulfils Pepperdine's undergraduate general education requirements and will include students who specialise in a variety of academic disciplines.

Term Dates: 10 January to 14 April 2022. Class meetings will be scheduled for a total of 3 hours of lecture and 2 hours of laboratory per week.

Location: Classes will be held in-person at the Pepperdine University facility in South Kensington (SW7 2PG). Lab sessions should draw on the resources available at the nearby Science Museum and Natural History Museum. The integration of local site visits and excursions which support the curriculum are welcome and encouraged.

Qualifications:
-Masters degree in a relevant discipline required.
-Previous teaching experience preferred.
-Experience working with US study abroad students is desirable.
-Candidates must have the legal right to work in the UK.

To apply, please send a CV and covering letter addressed to Heather Pardee, Director of the London Programme, at [email protected]

Manager of Finance & Operations

Programme: NYU London
Location: Bloomsbury, London
Posted: 30/11/2021 13:58:39
Expires: 09/01/2022
URL: https://global-nyu.icims.com/jobs/9182/manager-of-finance-%26-operations---nyu-london/job

Job Description: Job advert - NYU London Manager of Finance & Operations November 2021.pdf

NYU London is currently recruiting for a Manager of Finance & Operations. Assisting the Assistant Director for Finance & Operations, the postholder has responsibility for day to day accounting matters at the site and plays a key role in budget oversight. They will hold responsibility for monitoring and reporting NYUL financial planning, processes and overall financial position so that resources are available within budget, and compliant to University policy and protocols; and will work closely with appropriate colleagues in London and New York to ensure smooth delivery. The postholder, like all employees at NYUL, is expected to adhere to University priorities, including affordability, diversity and sustainability.

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

Job Application Deadline ? Sunday 9th January 2022 (11:59pm GMT)

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

Programs Coordinator

Programme: Minerva University
Location: London, UK
Posted: 26/11/2021 17:11:43
Expires: 15/12/2021
Email: [email protected]

Minerva University is searching for a Programs Coordinator to join the Minerva London Student Life team. The role is a 5-month self-employed consultant position, running from early/mid-December, 2021 until May 15, 2022, with the program located in Farringdon. We now expect 110 students in residence in London for the spring semester, mostly third-year undergraduates. The Programs Coordinator supports the Community and Partnership Managers by contributing programmatic, logistical and budgetary support over the course of the semester, including shared emergency phone coverage. Specifically, the incumbent will support the Partnership Manager in working with our UK-based network and community of professional civic partners in designing and implementing experiential/pre-professional programming and projects for our students, and work with and support the Community Manager in designing, managing and implementing Minerva's in-city community programming, including milestone events, during the course of the semester.

The Programs Coordinator will play a key role in the 4-person ground team in London, so experience with all elements of on-site study abroad management is required, as well as an interest in working closely with elite students from over 60 nationalities, ensuring their experience in London is memorable, safe, and intellectually stimulating. Compensation is in the region of US$3,500 per month (commensurate with experience), and applicants must be eligible to work in the UK: visa sponsorship is not offered.

For full details including job description, duties, and application procedure, or for further discussion or with any questions, please reach out via email to Matthew Erskine, Global Director of Student Life and City Director, London, at [email protected]

Minerva University is accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WSCUC) and based in San Francisco, California.

Global Wellness Counsellor (part-time)

Programme: NYU London
Location: Bloomsbury, London
Posted: 26/11/2021 13:21:22
Expires: 09/01/2022
URL: https://www.nyu.edu/london/about-us/working-for-nyu-london.html

Job Description: Job advert - Global Wellness Counsellor (part-time) November 2021.pdf

NYU London is currently recruiting for a part-time Global Wellness Counsellor.

The position is to provide mental health support at NYU London for two days (14 clinical hours) per week, on Thursdays and a 2nd weekday to be agreed, for 11 months of the year.

The post holder reports to NYUL?s Wellness Counsellor and will otherwise collaborate with New York-based colleagues as required; for other duties and administration the post-holder reports to the Associate Director Administration of NYUL. The post holder has responsibility for providing on-site, mental health support and counselling to members of the NYU London community (approximately 500 undergraduate and graduate students during the academic semesters). The post holder works closely both with NYUL colleagues, including the full-time Clinical Psychologist (Wellness Counsellor), and colleagues based at NYU in New York.

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

The closing date for applications is Sunday 9th January 2022.

Internships Manager

Programme: IES Abroad London
Location: Bloomsbury
Posted: 25/11/2021 17:01:11
Expires: 08/12/2021
Email: [email protected]

Job Description: Internship Manager.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 growing 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 Beth Lehlbach 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 8 December

Director of Student Life

Programme: AIFS UK Ltd
Location: South Kensington, London
Posted: 25/11/2021 12:29:36
Expires: 10/12/2021

Job Description: AIFS Director of Student Life November 21.pdf

The American Institute for Foreign Study is looking for a Director of Student Life to work in its London Study Centre This role will be part of a team offering support and guidance to visiting students and faculty, supporting our academic delivery and working as part of a team to deliver AIFS programming in London. For further information please see the attached job description or email [email protected]

London Student Advisor

Programme: AIFS UK Ltd
Location: South Kensington, London
Posted: 24/11/2021 10:36:50
Expires: 10/12/2021
Email: [email protected]

Job Description: AIFS London Student Advisor November 2021.pdf

The American Institute for Foreign Study is looking for a Student Advisor to work in its London Study Centre supporting visiting U.S. students and faculty. This role will be part of a team offering support and guidance to visiting students, arranging social and cultural activities, planning academic visits and speakers and working as part of a team to deliver AIFS programming in London and the U.K.

Facilities Officer

Programme: Northeastern University (London)
Location: London
Posted: 22/11/2021 16:35:59
Expires: 10/12/2021
URL: https://share.hsforms.com/1p3G6XPo_QD-X7V9aRnSTYQ2peji

Job Description: Facilities Officer 16.11.21.pdf

As the Facilities Officer you will provide support to the Facilities Coordinator in the day-to-day upkeep of the campus, ensuring the campus is safe, presentable and equipped for the delivery of teaching and learning at all times.

The Facilities Officer will develop working knowledge across a range of services such as: Health and Safety, heating ventilation and cooling, access control and security, contractor management, facilities administration, and other services.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

- Day-to-day upkeep of the building to a high standard, and ensure all space is suitable for teaching and learning, and for office work.
- The organisation of furniture and classroom setup, in line with timetabled activities and events. This includes manual handling and movement of partition doors.
- Provide prompt support to faculty in the classroom, with AV and other technical aspects.
- Daily cover to security staff on the reception desk and all associated duties, such as access management of staff and students, and visitor management.
- Effective management and maintenance of the general hard and soft service contracts of the campus including cleaning and hygiene, living-plants maintenance, mechanical and electrical etc.
- Support the Facilities Coordinator in the effective management of Health and Safety for the College, including routine inspections of: fire exits, fire equipment, legionella monitoring, proactively identifying maintenance issues, maintaining logbooks etc.
- General administration, including reconciling the facilities credit card, approving invoices, ensuring accuracy of records, budget management, mail handling, stationery and other consumable orders, printing of campus access cards etc.
- Working collaboratively with the Operations and Events teams to support events held on campus, and ensure they are in line with College policies.
- Conduct campus tours for new staff members, giving a detailed walkthrough of campus facilities and providing health and safety information.
- As a member of the Operations team, provide day-to-day support to staff and students on a wide range of matters such as WiFi, signposting to relevant staff/departments, and acting as an educator of policies and procedures.
- Perform the job role to a level that minimises disruptions to teaching and general operations of the campus.

OTHER DUTIES
- Provide high quality customer service to a diverse range of staff, students and visitors and develop good working relationships with all stakeholders.
- Undertake training for and act as a fire warden and first aider on campus.
- Undertaking other duties as assigned by management and in line with the level of this role.
- Foster a positive work environment with a good team spirit, including the wider support teams.
- Occasional flexibility with hours, by undertaking an earlier or later shift.

Please see attached job description for person specification and application instructions.

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

Programme: Boston University Study Abroad London
Location: South Kensington, SW7
Posted: 22/11/2021 14:51:56
Expires: 09/12/2021
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 return of students in London at Boston University this Fall, we currently have opportunities for three live-in Residence Life Supervisors (RLS) to help support our undergraduate students in university housing initially for the Spring 2022 semester. 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 Phil Cable - [email protected] . Application deadline is 9th December 3pm. As we are recruiting multiple positions, assessment of applicants and interviews arranged will be ongoing so you are encouraged to apply early. Successful candidates must be ready to start by 4th January 2022, if available sooner, will be able to move in and start from 1st December 2021. Successful candidates must also be available for a minimum of 3 work days training through either December or January.

Study Centre Coordinator

Programme: CAPA The Global Education Network
Location: London
Posted: 18/11/2021 17:04:55
Expires: 18/12/2021
URL: https://capaworld.bamboohr.com/jobs/view.php?id=79

Job Description: Centre Coordinator London .docx

About CAPA

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 Buenos Aires, Dublin, Florence, Sydney, London and Shanghai.

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.

Reports To
Director of Program and Student Services

Location
CAPA London Study Centre in South Kensington

Job Overview

The Study Centre Coordinator is a key member of the CAPA London team as this person is typically the first-person visitors to our busy London study centre encounter. The Study Centre Coordinator is a cross-functional position, responsible for several important administrative and centre management tasks, interacting with students, faculty, and all teams in the organization.

The successful candidate will manage the position confidently and competently and be the glue that keeps our organization running well. This is a multi-faceted role for anyone interested in developing their experience in both office management and student services in the exciting and rewarding field of international education.

Responsibilities and Duties

Study centre management

Organize and coordinate centre operations, procedures and protocols
Opening the centre Monday ? Friday and ensuring it is ready for the day?s students
Maintain the general upkeep and overall appearance of the premises
Carry out routine checks to attend to general facilities issues, and to ensure safety and security
Liaise with CAPA?s building contractor regarding ongoing building-related projects
Liaise with CAPA?s facilities suppliers to book regular service visits and ad hoc maintenance; maintaining a calendar of all facilities appointments
Review services with suppliers on a regular basis to ensure suitability and value for money
Undertaking any other duties that may be required to maintain the smooth running and appearance of the CAPA facilities


Student and Faculty Support

Staff the front desk and manage front desk rota
Assist students and faculty with questions, referring them to appropriate staff members or external assistance as needed


Office Administration

Manage centre calendars (for teams and meeting rooms)
Maintaining office supplies for centre and all staff
Support the Program and Student Services, Internship, and Academic teams as needed


Hospitality and Events

Greeting visitors and guests
Setting up for receptions/events at the study centre, such as important client visits and on-site conferences
Purchasing food, drinks, and other supplies for events
Ensuring rooms are booked and arranged appropriately for events
Responding to unexpected changes or issues regarding events


Other

Participating in weekly cross-departmental meetings focusing on program updates, scheduling and staffing.
Cross training with other front desk staff and departments to provide cover and support as needed.
During busy times, this role will line-manage an evening Study Centre Assistant role
Other tasks as outlined by the Director of Program & Student Services


Skills and Experience

Required

The legal right to work in the UK
Proven experience working in a professional environment
High standard of customer service and a passion for working with people
Strong attention to detail and superior organisational and problem-solving skills
Ability to assess and carry out basic maintenance tasks (specialist tasks are referred externally); must be practical
Ability to stay calm under pressure and handle difficult situations
Great team player
High proficiency in technology and Microsoft applications
An eye for aesthetics and an ability to keep an environment tidy, organised and looking its best
Enthusiastic and passionate
Preferred

Experience working with students
Knowledge of the US education system a plus


Hours

7.5 working hours per day between 08:00 ? 16:30 Monday to Friday. This position is expected to work all bank holidays that the centre is open with time in lieu. Attendance at evening activities may be required from time to time.





How to Apply

Visit the careers page of our website to apply https://www.capa.org/careers#students

Resident Assistant

Programme: IES Abroad London
Location: London
Posted: 11/11/2021 14:48:30
Expires: 15/12/2021
Email: [email protected]

Job Description: Resident Assistant Job Description Spring 2022.docx

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 over 150,000 students fulfil their dreams through spending a semester abroad.

Our programme operations are growing 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 rapid 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
- Staff development and professional learning opportunities


Please email your CV and cover letter to Josh Trowbridge 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 15 December

https://www.fie.org.uk/about-us/employment/87-aboutus/1011-sessional-lecturer-to-teach-social-psychology-in-a-global-context-spring2022

Programme: FIE: Foundation for International Education
Location: Kensington, London, SW7 4ES
Posted: 10/11/2021 16:05:00
Expires: 10/12/2021
Mailing Address: Foundation House
114 Cromwell Road
London SE6 4EJ
URL: https://www.fie.org.uk/about-us/employment/87-aboutus/1011-sessional-lecturer-to-teach-social-psychology-in-a-global-context-spring2022

FIE London is currently seeking to contract a qualified, enthusiastic, and confident sessional instructor to teach an undergraduate course on Social Psychology in a Global Context in the spring 2022 semester. 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.

This course combines theoretical studies of social psychology with practical and experiential work and the objective is to consider social psychology in terms of international relationships in order to explore how different cultures and continents think and behave (particularly in light of increasing ease of communication via television and the Internet).

This is a dynamic course which attempts to be relevant to current events worldwide including such topics as global demographics in relation to the Earth?s increasingly limited resources, the evolution of national identities, the role of prejudice and discrimination, factors that contribute to social compliance as opposed to social unrest as well as the impact of the Internet and social media. An experiential research project allows students to adapt their major area of interest within a social and psychological context. This study is expected to help students to develop multicultural insights as part of on-going training in the social sciences.

For more information and a course outline please click the link above.

Sessional Lecturer to teach Food, Society, and Culture in Britain: From Traditional Tastes to Contemporary Concerns

Programme: FIE: Foundation for International Education
Location: Kensington, London, SW7 4ES
Posted: 10/11/2021 16:01:43
Expires: 10/12/2021
Mailing Address: Foundation House
114 Cromwell Road
London SE6 4EJ
URL: https://www.fie.org.uk/about-us/employment/87-aboutus/1010-sessional-lecturer-to-teach-food-society-and-culture-in-britain-from-traditional-tastes-to-contemporary-concerns-spring2022

FIE London is currently seeking to contract a qualified, enthusiastic, and confident sessional instructor to teach an undergraduate course on Food, Society, and Culture in Britain: From Traditional Tastes to Contemporary Concerns in the spring 2022 semester. The ideal instructor will have a PhD (or be near to completion) in a directly related field (food studies, sociology, anthropology, and/or history) 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.

This course focuses on the complex relationships between food and cuisine and society and culture and how they shape and influence each other. Drawing from the disciplines of food studies, intercultural communication, anthropology, and sociology, students have the opportunity to engage with food as culture ? in theory and in practice. Using a multi-disciplinary approach, this course examines the critical issues in food today and the interconnectedness of food, culture, and society in modern Britain. The rich and multicultural heritage of London provides a multitude of opportunities to explore the issues herein and use our senses to taste, smell and see the food cultures of this dynamic city.

For more information and a course outline please click the link above.

Director of the London Center

Programme: Ithaca College London Center
Location: Kensington
Posted: 22/10/2021 16:44:54
Expires: 04/01/2022
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This is a year-round, continuing position Though the search committee is now reviewing applications, we will keep the posting open until the job is filled.