Regional Coordinator, Study Abroad, Rutgers University
Posted by on October 17, 2003
Position announcement: Regional Coordinator, Study Abroad, Rutgers University
Anticipated start date: Immediately
Salary: Range 20 – $36,588-$49,762
Description: Reporting to the Associate Director of Rutgers Study Abroad, provides academic and program advising to prospective and enrolled students for more than 40 full- integration programs in 20 countries. The Regional Coordinator is responsible for outreach and retention; enrollment management; the creation of all pre-departure and reentry materials; pre-departure orientations; student visa compliance; and oversight of the paper and electronic student files and processing. The Regional Coordinator also recommends admission decisions and improvements to office technology, as well as evaluates program budgets and program quality. This position supports other international initiatives, events and programs as needed. Requirements: A bachelor’s degree and one to two years’ experience in international education. Must have strong written and verbal communication skills, and a working knowledge of desktop software such as Microsoft Office. Must posses superior interpersonal skills and be able to work in a fast-paced environment. Organizational skills are key. Knowledge of a foreign language and experience living or working in another country is preferred.
Note:Electronic submission of resume and cover letter is encouraged.
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