This position will assist with developing a strategic
international recruitment plan and provide support to the director
and assistant director for the Office of International Admissions.
Responsibilities include developing and implementing a recruitment
plan to include virtual and in-person international events; manage
third party recruitment agencies; manage pre & post admission
related communications; organize and deliver virtual pre-arrival
information sessions; and offer general support for the Office of
International Admissions. This position will serve as a Designated
School Official (DSO) for SEVIS and will require some international
Required Qualifications: Master’s degree in a
related field required. A bachelor’s degree in a related field with
experience and training equivalent to a master’s degree may be
U.S. Citizenship for SEVIS and DSO/ARO certification is a required
condition of employment.
Several years of admissions or higher education experience
required. Experience working with diverse / international
populations required. Previous study / travel / work abroad or
ability to speak a foreign language is required. Must have
excellent written and verbal communication skills. Moderate
computer skills including proficiency in Microsoft applications,
social media, etc. Ability to manage multiple deadlines and work on
Preferred Qualifications: Degree with an
international emphasis is preferred. Experience and knowledge of
current (F-1) student non-immigration / SEVIS policies. Ability to
speak a foreign language.
Conditions of Employment:
Will require some international travel.
Review Date: Initial application review date
will be on 6/06/2022 and will remain open until filled.
To apply, please visit https://jobs.odu.edu/postings/16254.
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employment, educational and social opportunities for all persons,
without regard to race (or traits historically associated with race
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with disabilities are encouraged to apply.