This position will develop and manage study abroad/study away
programs with a focus on faculty-led programs. Other duties
include: educate and advise students and ODU community
(faculty, staff) about study abroad/study away opportunities;
actively promote and market study abroad/study away opportunities;
liaise and collaborate with campus colleagues and partner
organizations; assess and analyze program evaluations to enhance
students’ learning and program effectiveness.
Master’s degree in International Education, International
Relations, International Affairs, International Business,
Education, Higher Education, Foreign Language, Communication,
Counseling, or a related field. Experience coordinating an
educational program or project, or experience teaching, counseling,
or advising students in an academic program setting, or experience
in student programs. Considerable experience abroad either
studying, living, volunteering, and/or working abroad. Working
proficiency in Microsoft Office software applications. Knowledge of
office/administrative procedures including basic computer skills
(Microsoft Office Suite). Ability to communicate, collaborate, and
interact with people from diverse socioeconomic, cultural, and
ethnic backgrounds. Excellent communication (oral, written, and
interpersonal) and presentation skills. Ability to master
information and general concepts and communicate them to others,
particularly to students, parents, faculty, and administrators.
Strong organizational skills and attention to detail.
development, promotion, coordination, and administration of study
abroad/study away programs and budgets. Experience advising
students in a higher education context. Proficiency and experience
with study abroad software applications (such as Terra Dotta,
Studio Abroad, Horizons, etc.), BANNER systems, database
programs, and web design and management. Some foreign language
proficiency. Experience in marketing programs.
Review Date: Thursday, June 23, 2022
To apply, please visit https://jobs.odu.edu/postings/16346.
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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.