Assistant Director of Undergraduate Global Programs - Olin Business
Washington University in St. Louis
Location: St. Louis, Missouri
Internal Number: JR74206
The Assistant Director of Undergraduate Global Programs is an integral member of the Undergraduate team that serves around 800 primary business majors and 400 second majors. The Assistant Director will have responsibility for managing a number of Olin Global Programs, assisting with student advising, application processing, program promotion, pre-departure preparations and support students while abroad. This position will help lead the pre-abroad credit bearing course and help develop re-entry programing to support returning students. This position will also serve as a 4 year academic advisor to undergraduate business students.
Primary Duties & Responsibilities
Management of BSBA Global Programs
Assists the Associate Director in the coordination of International Study and Internship Programs; International Study Exchange Programs; short-term faculty led programs and International Immersion Programs.
Serves as primary liaison to assigned overseas partners and program providers; emphasis on signature programs.
Supports students and external partners through international experiences and cultural adjustment following policies, procedures, laws, and health and safety guidelines Troubleshoot post-advising problems for students enrolled in assigned programs.
Maintains good relationships with partners and providers; problem solve issues that arise with them.
Program Evaluation and Development
Arranges and conducts periodic program reviews.
Reviews program and course evaluations; works with program staff and faculty to make appropriate changes and address issues.
Administers student assessment, gathers feedback, and provides suggestions for continued program development and improvement.
Assists the Associate Director with the development of new programs.
Delivers pre-departure and on the ground curricular support through our credit bearing pre-departure preparation courses and orientation as well as academic course work taken while abroad.
Serves as a four-year academic advisor and subject matter expert to approximately 60-80 BSBA degree candidates.
Serves as a second major/minor advisor to non-business degree candidates â“ number will vary.
Masterâ™s degree in higher education, business, or in a related field.
Experience in student or academic advising; ability to interact with, identify and understand the needs of underserved and underrepresented populations.
Ability to demonstrate a thorough understanding of study abroad and exchange programs and student development theory and/or advising philosophy.
Demonstrated success in curriculum development and delivery, including experience designing and facilitating trainings, workshops, and orientation sessions.
Possess both a high level of professionalism and thrive in a demanding work environment and exhibit empathy and enthusiasm in interactions with students, faculty and staff.
Experience designing and facilitating trainings, workshops, and orientation sessions.
Commitment to designing and delivering excellent academic and global programs.
Demonstrated experience working independently with strong attention to detail, resourcefulness, and organizational skills to meet important deadlines in a high-traffic, high-demand environment.
Excellent written and oral communication skills.
Willingness to work flexible hours, including evenings and weekends as necessary.
Willingness to travel up to 15% of time both domestically and internationally.
Bachelorâ™s degree and three years of related work experience.
$50,500.00 - $86,200.00 / AnnuallyThe salary range reflects base salaries paid for positions in a given job grade across the University. Individual rates within the range will be determined by factors including one's qualifications and performance, equity with others in the department, market rates for positions within the same grade and department budget.
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Up to 22 days of vacation, 10 recognized holidays, and sick time.
Competitive health insurance packages with priority appointments and lower copays/coinsurance.
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