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  • 18 Feb 2020 10:50 AM | Karen Fouts (Administrator)

    To apply: https://jobs.dickinson.edu/postings/5360

    This position includes responsibilities that are critically important to the educational mission and both strategic and daily operations of international student and scholar services at a highly-selective, globally focused liberal arts college. This position also serves a critical role in the College’s strategic plan to institutionalize inclusivity. The Assistant Director (AD) will help to foster a positive, inclusive culture on campus in a variety of ways including supporting efforts to build intercultural skills across our campus community. The AD serves as the campus Primary Designated School Official (PDSO) ensuring that the college and the international population are maintaining compliance with laws and regulations from the Department of Homeland Security and the Department of State. As part of the Center for Global Study & Engagement (CGSE) leadership team, the AD works closely with faculty and administrative offices across campus to develop, provide, and sustain high-quality services and programming for over 300 international students as well exchange students, scholars and international visitors.

    Essential Functions:

    • Oversee SEVIS and other federally required reporting to Departments of State and Homeland Security including J-1 Annual Report, F-1 Re-certification, and all updates to Form I-17 for institutional compliance and lead both F-1 and J-1 documentation issuance and advising services. Serve as DSO and ARO.
    • Coordinate with and be in regular communication with various offices across campus in support of international students and scholars, including: Admissions, Office of Equity and Inclusivity, Student Life, Academic Advising, Multi-lingual Writing Center, Wellness Center, Human Resources, Financial Operations, Registrar, and various other administrative offices and academic departments.
    • Participate in Strategic Planning efforts for CGSE including institutional-wide inclusivity and campus internationalization efforts
    • Lead, participate in, and assess the value of educational presentations, surveys, workshops, programs, and activities related to new student orientation, immigration regulations, cultural adjustment, and intercultural competency
    • Develop resources and practices to improve advising and communications with students and scholars on academic support resources, adjustment issues, personal and family concerns and compliance issues.
    • Supervise Coordinator/Advisor providing management, on-going training and oversight of professional development.
    • Administer international/exchange student and scholar specific tasks such as budget management, exchange balances, transportation, housing (for scholars and visitors) and US related requirements (e.g. Social Security Number, state ID card, driver’s license, etc.)

    Experience:

    • 3-5 years
    • excellent communication skills, ability to tolerate ambiguity and demonstrated empathy
    • experience facilitating intercultural and/or inclusivity workshops and trainings
    • ability to work independently and collaboratively as part of a team
    • supervisory experience
    • experience working with under-represented or marginalized student populations

    Internal Number: S00931

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    About Dickinson College

    Chartered in 1783 (the first college chartered in the newly recognized United States), Dickinson is a highly selective, private liberal-arts college with around 2,300 full-time undergraduate students. Founded in Carlisle, Pa., by Benjamin Rush and named for John Dickinson, its mission is to offer students a useful education in the arts and sciences that will prepare them for lives as engaged citizens and leaders. The 180-acre campus of Dickinson College is located in the heart of historic Carlisle, Pa. Dickinson has an international student population of 13% and over 60% of students study abroad. Dickinson is the only institution to win the prestigious NAFSA Paul Simon Award for Campus Internationalization twice in 2019 and 2003. Dickinson College is an intellectual and social community that values justice, free inquiry, diversity, and equal opportunity. It is a fundamental policy of the college to respect pluralism, civility and mutual understanding within its community. The college does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, religion, age, veteran status, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation or any other protected class.


  • 13 Jan 2020 10:18 AM | Karen Fouts (Administrator)

    Last Updated: 7 January 2020

    Program Coordinator

    Location: Boston, MA

    Position Type: Full-time, Exempt, Salaried

    Department: Program Delivery

    Reporting to: Program Manager

    Direct Reports: None

    Starting Salary: $36,565 (negotiable) additional $1000 premium for Spanish language fluency

    Salary Grade: B-6 to B-14

    About Earthwatch

    For almost 50 years, Earthwatch has connected people from around the planet with world-class scientists to help change environmental policies, achieve critical conservation goals, and produce groundbreaking findings. We support real objective scientific fieldwork while connecting people to the environment in a personal and often profound way. Our participants contribute directly to urgent global environmental issues and have the adventure of a lifetime in the process.

    Each and every staff member genuinely believes in our mission. The work we do isn’t just a job; it’s about ensuring a brighter future for our planet. We are passionate, committed to excellence, and supportive of one another – and we love science! Plus, we occasionally get to go out into the field to collect data, be a part of cutting edge hands-on field science, and experience parts of the world that most people can only dream about.

    Position Summary

    Earthwatch is seeking an organized and adaptable individual, who has an appreciation of science and experience in coordinating environmental, educational, or grant funded programs. The Program Coordinator will be responsible for supporting Program Managers in the creation and delivery of citizen science programs. In particular, they will be responsible for all aspects of preparing participants who are joining public and grant funded programs, coordinating logistics for programs, and stewarding scientists and partners. This position primarily works on Ignite LA – a grant funded program that places Los Angeles high school students on Earthwatch expeditions.

    The successful candidate must possess exemplary customer service skills. The role requires creativity and flexibility in an often fast paced environment. They will work closely with a team of Program Managers, Coordinators, and international staff and programmatic partners to deliver on the Earthwatch mission. 

    Essential Duties and Responsibilities

    Note: Specific tasks, projects and programs are distributed across Program Coordinators as needed for organizational effectiveness.

    Preparing participants for field expeditions

    • Deliver prompt, friendly and consistent high-quality customer service and participant stewardship
    • Field incoming phone calls from general inquiries, potential, and current participants
    • Collect materials and answer questions via email and phone communication
    • Collect, log, and screen participant forms
    • Conduct outreach, coordinate the application process, and review fellowship applications for grant-funded programs
    • Coordinate events, conference calls, and/or webinars for participants
    • Work across departments to resolve participant requests, questions, and overcome programmatic challenges
    • Transmit participant information to scientists
    • Respond to participant feedback and compile reports for programs

    Program & Project Support

    • Assist Program Managers with stewardship of scientists, funders, and partner organizations
    • Organize program logistics such as food, venue, and transport arrangements
    • Coordinate materials to and from scientists and programmatic partners
    • Support the creation and dissemination of key program materials (project briefing, flyers, emails, website, quarterly newsletters, social media and blog posts, etc.)
    • Develop, organize, request, and track documents with research partners, including annual contracts and risk management documents
    • Collect and share evaluation data for program reporting
    • Maintain program and participant data in the CRM database to a high standard
    • Embrace other program delivery and performance roles, as needed.

    Qualifications & Experiences

    • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent life experience; 1 – 3 years of experience in the non-profit sector, environment, education, sustainability, field research, or other related field
    • Commitment to Earthwatch’s mission and values
    • Exceptional organizational skills and attention to detail
    • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
    • Strong customer service abilities
    • Ability to work effectively and collaboratively as a member of a culturally diverse, multidisciplinary team
    • Experience managing multiple priorities and ability to work independently to complete tasks within assigned time frames
    • Demonstrate initiative to improve programs and the organization as a whole
    • Flexibility in responding to the needs of the programs
    • Proficiency with Microsoft Office software (Outlook, Excel, Word, PowerPoint, etc.) and experience with relational databases
    • Understanding of the varying relationships youth may have with science and outdoor programming, based on class, race, and gender
    • Experience or interest in facilitating and developing curriculum for experiential learning, citizen science, or volunteer programs
    • Experience or interest in working with and engaging youth who are underrepresented in science and outdoor education fields
    • Experience with or interest in coordinating programs for high school students
    • Spanish language skills preferred

    Interested applicants should submit a resume and cover letter, including any professional and personal experience that is relevant to this position, via the form on the following page: https://earthwatch.org/About/Job-Details/program-coordinator1.

    Timeline: We will read applications on a rolling basis until February 8th. Role is expected to start in mid March to early April.

    Earthwatch is an equal opportunity employer with a strong commitment to create a diverse and inclusive organization that is reflective of the global communities with whom we work. We actively seek individuals of diverse backgrounds, beliefs, and culture. We encourage applicants from all cultures, races, colors, sexes, religions, national or regional origins, ages, disability status, sexual orientation, gender identity, military, protected veteran status or any other status protected by law.

    No phone calls please.

    Due to limited resources, we are only able to accept applicants who are already eligible to work in the United States.

  • 04 Nov 2019 1:42 PM | Karen Fouts (Administrator)

    Are you a global citizen looking to work with a dynamic organization located in the heart of New York City? RW3 CultureWizard is an intercultural learning organization looking for an enthusiastic and meticulous individual who is passionate about helping professionals learn to work effectively cross cultures and other human differences that define the global workplace. We are a creative, client-focused and collaborative team with a collegial, entrepreneurial mindset.

    We are looking for an intellectual, energetic person to be the Manager of Facilitated Learning within our instructor-led training department, which is branded as CultureWizard LIVE. We design and deliver customized blended learning for clients worldwide. We blend activities on our flagship digital learning platform, CultureWizard, with high impact, live instructor-led workshops and webinars. We deliver busy professionals the learning experiences they need to develop themselves and to be more effective in a changing, global business environment.

    This position may be for either a full-time employee or an independent contractor, depending on the candidate. A full-time employee would most likely be based in our headquarters in the Flatiron area of Manhattan, while an independent contractor may work remotely. These aspects of the role are negotiable for the right candidate.

    Role Responsibilities

    • Represent the CultureWizard brand as a subject matter expert on the topic of intercultural learning, global mindset development, global team-building, global leadership development, diversity & inclusion (D&I) and other related topics. 
    • Support the sales and client service teams in their work with prospective and existing clients, respectively. 
    • Lead workshop design through careful needs analysis conversations with client stakeholders and training participants, all of whom are professionals and senior leaders at multinational companies. 
    • Support workshop delivery through close collaboration with a global network of trainers, facilitators and other consultants with whom we partner in countries around the world. 
    • Develop immaculate slide decks (in PowerPoint) and other materials for trainers / facilitators to use in the delivery of live workshops and webinars. 
    • Build and maintain relationships with a global group of culturally diverse clients, trainers / facilitators. 
    • Travel periodically to observe and support live workshops in the US and beyond.
    • Coordinate and schedule instructor-led training for groups.
    • Demonstrate the CultureWizard online learning platform and the CultureWizard Intercultural Model© to clients, training participants and / or trainers / facilitators. 
    • Report to the Director of Learning.

    Requirements

    • 10+ years of professional work experience.
    • An undergraduate degree in a relevant discipline, e.g. intercultural communication, leadership development, industrial psychology, organizational development, etc. 
    • Global or international education and / or professional experience.
    • Experience living, working or traveling internationally.
    • Impeccable writing and speaking skills (in English), and demonstrable intercultural competencies. 
    • Highly organized, obsessive orientation to detail.
    • Excellent digital skills, especially with Microsoft PowerPoint, Word and Google Drive.

    Preferred Skills & Experiences

    • Experience as a facilitator or practitioner of adult learning in a corporate environment.
    • Experience with training design and facilitation of learning.
    • Experience with learning & development (L&D) and / or diversity & inclusion (D&I) in a corporate or vendor setting. 
    • Knowledge of intercultural communication and management theories or related studies, e.g. anthropology, behavioral psychology, sociology, etc. 
    • Graduate degree in a relevant discipline, e.g. intercultural communication, leadership development, industrial psychology, organizational development, etc. 
    • Experience with client relationship management platforms, e.g. HubSpot.

    RW3 offers generous benefits, and salary will be commensurate with experience. Please submit your resume or CV with two references and a cover letter to annette.messler@rw-3.com.


  • 19 Sep 2019 3:44 AM | Anonymous

    Applications are invited for a PostDoc position (one year) at the Department of Psychology, Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Copenhagen, Denmark. The PostDoc will collaborate with Séamus Power Assistant Professor in Social Psychology at the Department of Psychology. The PostDoc will be part of the newly established and growing research group on Personality and Social Psychology at the Department of Psychology. Other members of the group are Thomas A. Morton, Robert Böhm, Ingo Zettler and Jochen Gebauer (part-time).

    For more information, visit https://employment.ku.dk/faculty/?show=150290

  • 30 Jul 2019 12:03 PM | Karen Fouts (Administrator)

    Peoplism is an end-to-end consulting firm that helps organizations build more diverse, equitable and inclusive organizations where all employees can belong. 

    They are currently in search of a Consultant (Full Time) to join their growing team. To learn more about the position, qualifications required, and the application process, visit: 

    Peoplism - F/T Consultant

    For more information about Peoplism and their mission, visit their website: www.peoplism.com.

  • 22 Jul 2019 2:01 PM | Karen Fouts (Administrator)

    PROGRAM MANAGER

    Location: Boston, MA

    Position Type: Full-time, Salaried, Exempt

    Department: Program Delivery

    Reporting to: Director of Program Delivery

    Direct Reports: 0 – 3 Program Coordinators, dependent on organizational need and experience

    Salary Grade: $47,895-$57,165

    Position Summary

    The Program Manager (PM) role is key to the successful delivery of the Earthwatch mission. The PM is responsible for managing partner relationships and delivering programs to time, budget, global mission priorities and protocols and a high standard of quality. Program Managers hold responsibility for the management and delivery of a portfolio of field research projects, grant programs, or a combination of both.

    The successful Program Manager is responsible and accountable, with an ongoing drive for improvement. He or she is an excellent relationship manager, able to understand the needs of different audiences, with a keen focus on delivering high standards of customer service. He or she communicates priorities effectively and continuously strives to find better ways to support his/her scientists, funders and colleagues. The ability to collaborate effectively, internally and externally, across regions and functions, is essential.  

    Position Responsibilities

    Note: Specific tasks, projects and programs are distributed across Program Managers as needed for organizational effectiveness.

    Grant Management

    For a portfolio of programs, including the Ignite L.A. High School Student Fellowship Program, funded by individuals, foundations, corporations or other partners:

    ·         Provide excellent relationship management with funding partners, in collaboration with the Development team

    ·         Manage all aspects of funded program delivery to a high standard, including:

    o    Establishing clear program goals, objectives, deliverables, and delivery timeline

    o    Agreeing and managing appropriate partner communication and reporting processes

    o    Creating and managing grant budgets; approving and tracking all associated expenses

    o    Supporting the expansion of programs to other audiences including: teachers, students, scientists, NGOs, universities, corporations and foundations

    o    Overseeing successful learning programs for students, teachers and corporate audiences.

    o    Delivering in-field programs, as required and depending on experience.

    ·         Work closely with the Development team on the creation and renewal of funded programs, including:

    o    Supporting or leading the writing of grant proposals

    o    Seeking and applying for alternate funding for existing programs

    o    Seeking ways to align mission and funder priorities for mutual benefit

    o    Providing feedback on new program ideas, particularly in the areas of program cost, resource utilization, and interaction with existing programs

    Field Project Management

    For a portfolio of domestic, field-based research projects:

    ·         Serve as the primary liaison between Earthwatch and the project Scientists, acting as the ‘go to’ contact point and advocate for each project

    ·         Manage all aspects of field project delivery to a high standard, including:

    o    Finances – program/project budgets, scientist and partner payments

    o    Logistics

    o    Health and safety – risk assessments, emergency response plans, etc.

    o    Contract negotiation, including setting annual team dates and budgets

    o    Site visits, as required and depending on experience

    o    Training project and Earthwatch staff on Earthwatch protocols as needed

    ·         Create and annually revise detailed expedition Briefings to disclose risk, describe research and prepare volunteers for fielding

    ·         Develop, renew and retire projects in accordance with Earthwatch protocols and industry standards

    ·         Provide internal evaluation and feedback on each project

    ·         Work closely with the Research, Communications and FRE teams to support each project’s success

    Incident Management

    ·         Serve as an active member of the International Incident Management Team

    ·         Promote a culture of safety internally and externally

    ·         Serve as 24-hour on call Duty Officer 3-6 weeks per year

    ·         Coordinate incident management associated with projects managed; participate in incident management for other programs as needed.

    Line Management

    The Program Manager  will manage two direct reports, such as Program Coordinator(s), consultants, interns or volunteers.  Line management includes recruiting, retaining and developing talent within the team, as well as engaging and inspiring them around Earthwatch’s mission and business goals with clear objectives and constructive feedback.

    Position Requirements

    ·         Bachelors’ degree (science, environmental studies, international business, non-profit management or related field preferred)

    ·         3-5 years of experience in NGO sector, including working globally across regions

    ·         Proven track record in managing complex projects and programs

    ·         Ability to communicate with and develop good relationships at all levels, presenting information in varying degrees of technicality/ detail as the audience dictates

    ·         Experience supervising or managing people, preferably as a direct line manager providing professional guidance and supporting staff development

    ·         Excellent written communication skills in English, and ability to communicate effectively with remote audiences (PIs, partners, and colleagues)

    ·         Experience working with people from diverse backgrounds; preferably high school students and/or families

    ·         Ability to work effectively and collaboratively as a member of a culturally diverse, multidisciplinary team

    ·         Ability to find creative ideas and solutions which overcome obstacles and add value

    ·         Ability to meet deadlines, set priorities and work in fast-pace environment

    ·         A ‘can-do’ positive attitude and collaborative, ‘team-player’ approach

    ·         Commitment to Earthwatch’s mission and values

    Preferred

    ·         Fluency/High level of proficiency in another language

    ·         Demonstrated interest in making science more accessible to diverse audiences

    ·         Experience with presenting information to the public and facilitating groups in a field setting

    ·         Strong interest in learning about and working with individual, corporate, and foundation funders and partners

    Interested applicants should submit a resume and cover letter via the form on the following page: https://earthwatch.org/About/Job-Details/program-manager1

    Earthwatch is an equal opportunity employer with a strong commitment to create a diverse and inclusive organization that is reflective of the global communities with whom we work. We actively seek individuals of diverse backgrounds, beliefs, and culture. We encourage applicants from all cultures, races, colors, sexes, religions, national or regional origins, ages, disability status, sexual orientation, gender identity, military, protected veteran status or any other status protected by law.

    No phone calls please. Due to limited resources, we are only able to accept applicants who are already eligible to work in the United States.

  • 10 Jul 2019 12:57 PM | Karen Fouts (Administrator)

    The International House of Duke University is looking to fill the Associate Director position. Applicants will need to apply online at hr.duke.edu/careers to be considered. To apply, upload a resume, cover letter and contact information for at least three references at Duke career site. References will not be contacted without prior notice to applicant.  The complete job description is on the Duke career site, ID #4408

    Position Title: Associate Director, International House

    Requisition Number/ID: 4408 

    The Associate Director takes the lead in planning, designing, and leading trainings which promote intercultural awareness and skill building within the University and Medical Center.  Additionally, s/he leads the Intercultural Skills Development Program twice a year (Fall & Summer Intensive).  S/he acts as liaison representing International House working with various University and Medical Center centers and academic departments.  S/he supervises two Student Development Coordinators and manages their professional development in all aspects of their work including intercultural training.  S/he counsels international students, scholars and spouses with issues they present and leads new scholar orientation once a week.  Finally, s/he fills in for the International House Director in his/her absence as well as for the employees s/he supervises.

    Minimum Requirements

    • Master’s Degree in a relevant field in International Education, Student Personnel, Higher Education Administration, Counseling, or other relevant discipline.
    • Minimum of three years of experience in program administration, academic/instructional or counseling activities
    • Minimum of three years of experience in intercultural education and training
    • Experience in supervision and performance management
    • Knowledge of and experience working with individuals from diverse national origins; preferred experience living in cultures different from the United States and knowledge of another language other than English

    Additional Job Specific Skills and Competencies

    • Outstanding oral, written and interpersonal communication skills
    • High level planning and organizational skills
    • Experience in the use of technology, especially for delivering programs
    • Ability to work effectively with diverse constituencies
    • Expertise in delivering programs and educational services to varied populations
    • Ability to acknowledge, affirm and advocate for under-represented groups
    • Valid US Driver’s License required to drive 12-passenger van and DMV background check

    Application Deadline: Friday August 2nd 2019

    Applicants must apply online at hr.duke.edu/careers, ID 4408.  Applicants need to upload a resume, cover letter and contact information for at least three references. References will not be contacted without prior notice to applicant. Applicants are kindly asked to refrain from contacting the International House directly to inquire about the status of their application. Applicants needing assistance with the application process should contact the Duke Human Resources.

    Duke University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity employer committed to providing employment opportunity without regard to an individual's age, color, disability, genetic information, gender, gender identity, national origin, race, religion, sexual orientation, or veteran status.

  • 20 Dec 2018 11:06 AM | Glenda Sharp

    IOR seeks a Swedish-speaking intercultural trainer in Dallas, TX who can do a youth program in January. Send resumes to Yulia Carson, Director of Global Talent Development, ycarson@iorworld.com.

  • 05 Nov 2018 12:21 PM | Glenda Sharp

    Global LT (www.Global-LT.com) provides worldwide language, intercultural, and mobility solutions for corporate expatriates. We are looking for an experienced trainer who can deliver a one-day seminar in Commerce Township, MI on living and working in Portugal.


    REFERENCE #: 114436

    SCOPE:  Cultural Training--Living and Working in Portugal

    CLIENT:  Corporate employee (US citizen) relocating abroad

    LOCATION: Client’s home in Commerce Township, MI 48390

    DATE: First preference- Monday, November 12

               Second preference- Friday, November 16

              Third preference- Friday, November 9

    TOTAL HOURS: One-day training session (8 hours)


    The trainer must have previous experience (2+ years) in intercultural/cross-cultural training and coaching. Trainers should also have: prior experience living or doing business in Portugal; strong presentation skills; and experience in designing and tailoring their own program to the client’s needs. This assignment is based in metro Detroit. We can consider candidates from out of state; trainers from the Midwest and East Coast are preferred.


    If interested, please send a resume or bio and rates for 8-hour training to Mary Tablac at MTablac@Global-LT.com. Thank you.


  • 25 Oct 2018 9:29 AM | Glenda Sharp

    Within the framework of the Joint European Commission and Council of Europe ROMACT Programme, the Council of Europe is issuing a call for tenders for consultants for provision of intercultural and mediation trainings within the Transnational Cooperation and Capacity Building Component of the ROMACT Programme. Consultants will be expected to provide:

     - Intercultural trainings (Module A),

     - Mediation trainings (Module B).


    Learn more

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