Coordinate comprehensive services related to study abroad faculty-led programs in collaboration with stakeholders.
Review faculty-led program proposals. Create and maintain program web pages. Develop marketing materials. Develop and implement webinars and workshops for students and faculty. Offer one-on-one training to faculty. Provide general assistance to faculty on a daily basis. Represent Study Abroad Office in events. Maintain enrollment database. Review and process student applications. Coordinate comprehensive services for Texas State students participating in faculty-led study abroad programs. Collaborate with faculty, Texas State stakeholders and third-party providers. Develop and execute administrative procedures related to faculty-led study abroad programs. Serve as a point of contact during emergencies. Assist the Associate Director with strategic planning and special projects. Perform other duties as assigned.
Professional experience in developing and coordinating education/study abroad programs. Ability to understand, interpret and explain complex regulations or policies and how they apply to specific situations. Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Ability to work under minimal supervision and prioritize work effectively. Superb attention to detail. Experience collaborating with various stakeholders and working effectively in a team environment. Excellent customer service skills. Experience in project management. Experience in budget management.
Preferred Qualifications: Bachelor's degree/Master’s degree. A minimum of 3 years of experience in developing and coordinating education/study abroad programs. Knowledge and experience in Terra Dotta. International travel experience.
Internal Number: 2019348
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