The International Risk Management Coordinator is an integral part of the Ohio State's risk management operation; he/she specializes in operational management of university-wide safety and security policies, procedures and activities that support the safety and well-being of Ohio State students, faculty and staff traveling to international locations for educational, co-curricular or university business.
The international risk management coordinator coordinates the initiative to identify, advise and track Ohio State students' travel to international locations on co-curricular programs, research (undergraduate and graduate), Second Year Transformational Experience (STEP), independent student travel as well as a part of registered student organizations; advises and tracks departmental programming to international locations; verifies completion of the university protocol for Independent Group Travel/Trip form requirements; provides pre-departure resources, advising and orientation to abovementioned groups of travelers; tracks and confirms enrollment in international supplemental insurance and compliance with other university policies and procedures; analyzes relevant security information from the Department of State, Overseas Security Advisory Council, CDC, insurance, to develop comprehensive country reports and distill into actionable items that identify and mitigate risks; assesses proposed travel locations and itineraries to ascertain access to comprehensive medical services; expands pre-departure services and risk mitigation materials to specific campus populations; provides assistance to the International Risk Manager on managing international incidents; be available 24/7 as needed to ensure full response; serves as back-up first responder; the risk management coordinator maintains a Clery compliance database of all international non-campus property addresses and local law enforcement addresses to use when sending Clery letters; manages the annual requirements of the Clery process for Ohio State. Implements outreach to promote safety and security initiatives, including print and electronic materials.
The ideal candidate is self-motivated to take initiatives and has a high sense of urgency, and has the ability to work independently with minimal supervision, to maintain confidentiality and a high level of professionalism and to remain calm under pressure and in crisis situations.
For full consideration, applicants must submit resume and cover letter.
Master's degree in International Education, International Studies, International Relations and Diplomacy, Criminal Justice, Political Science, Security and Intelligence, or equivalent combination of education and experience in relevant field in international education; three or more years of experience in emergency coordination, international travel and security, campus crisis management and/or risk management; demonstrated experience managing international emergencies; excellent written and verbal communication skills to effectively work with various stakeholders; ability to research, analyze and effectively communicate information; detail oriented, ability to multi task and prioritize, team player; experience with project management and proficiency with various information technology tools including data management, and spreadsheets; proficiency with MS office suite; ability to work outside of regular business hours.
Experience working with TerraDotta system software and with GIS mapping and web content management; experience working in complex organizations or higher education institutions; general knowledge of FERPA, civil rights laws, HIPAA; understanding of basic travel insurance coverage provisions, and export control regulations; experience studying/living/working abroad; Microsoft Access and multilingual skills a plus
Target Salary: $22.60 - $24.52 Hourly
Job Category: Administrative and Professional
Job Appointment (FTE%):
The Ohio State University is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation or identity, national origin, disability status, and protected veteran status.
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