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Managing Director- Immigration Services

Texas Tech University Health Science Center El Paso
El Paso, Texas
Compensation is commensurate upon the qualifications and education. Minimum-$76,248
Posted Date
Jan 4, 2023

The successful incumbent will serve as the principal advisor of TTUHSC El Paso's international population (J-1, H-1B, 0-1, TN, F-1) on obtaining and maintaining non-immigrant status in the U.S. while demonstrating the ability to effectively communicate and negotiate with international and external stakeholders, and engaging faculty, staff and students of diverse backgrounds.

Key Areas of Responsibility

  • Manage the advisement of the international scholar population (i.e., J-1, H-1B, O-1, TN, F-1, etc.) and other non-immigrant visas on obtaining and maintaining non-immigrant status in the U.S.
  • Support and promote institutional compliance with state, local, and federal laws and regulations as it relates to the immigration status of international scholars and students engaged in TTUHSC El Paso related academic and/or research activity.
  • Maintain accurate paper and eImmigration (Cerenade) records to comply with regulatory reporting in SEVIS, for J-1 annual report, and related statistical reports.
  • Maintain excellent communication with relevant campus stakeholders in an effort to serve as an advocate for and resource to international scholars and students. Provide ongoing education and training through presentation, seminars, tutorials, etc.
  • Personally demonstrate, display, and act in accordance with TTUHSC El Paso’s values (Service, Respect, Accountability, Integrity, Advancement, and Teamwork).

EEO Statement

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