Responsible for the strategic planning, development, design, implementation, management, and assessment of international student success services. Develops case management services, programs, and events in support of international student engagement and success. Engages in assessment to seek improvement of key outcomes and make data- informed decisions. Maintains accurate and detailed student records, tracks and communicates regarding student wellbeing. Connects with various campus stakeholders in support of international students, and broader initiatives. Leads the marketing and promotion of all student success programming to both internal and external stakeholders.
Bachelor's degree and at least two years working as a Department of Homeland Security Designated School Official in a higher education international office, working with DHSSEVIS reporting requirements, F and/or J Programs, and case management and advising relating to regulatory compliance; OR the equivalent combination of education and relevant experience totaling at least six years.
Preferred Education and Experience:
Continued Minimum Qualifications: Bachelors' degree in related field and a minimum two years of positions related to international student advising, or student success programs generally. Equivalent combination of education and relevant experience totaling at least six years will be considered. Must have broad knowledge of student services, student success best practices, and understanding of current issues in international education including value of and barriers to a U.S. college education. Must have strong customer service and advising skills. Must have well developed communication and organizational skills, able to keep track of multiple projects and deadlines. Must be willing to occasionally work outside of normal hours for programs/events and student support (approx. 2-3 times per semester).
Preferred Qualifications: Bachelors' degree in related field and three to five years of positions related to international student advising, or student success programs generally. Equivalent combination of education and relevant experience totaling at least six years will be considered.
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