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  • 04 Jun 2019 5:01 PM | Karen Fouts (Administrator)

    Earthwatch is an international environmental nonprofit organization that engages people in scientific field research and education. To achieve our mission, we offer research expeditions at exciting locations around the globe. Participants on these expeditions assist top scientists as they investigate important questions about how we can better protect our planet.

    LOCATION: BOSTON, MA, UNITED STATES

    POSITION TYPE: FULL-TIME SALARIED 

    DEPARTMENT: PROGRAM DELIVERY 

    SALARY: $47,895-$57,165


    To apply: Program Manager @ Earthwatch

    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.

    RESPONSIBILITIES:

    Grant Management

    For a portfolio of programs 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: 
    • Establishing clear program goals, objectives, deliverables, and delivery timeline
    • Agreeing and managing appropriate partner communication and reporting processes
    • Creating and managing grant budgets; approving and tracking all associated expenses
    • Supporting the expansion of programs to other audiences including: teachers, students, scientists, NGOs, universities, corporations and foundations 
    • Overseeing successful learning programs for students, teachers and corporate audiences.
    • 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:
    • Supporting or leading the writing of grant proposals
    • Seeking and applying for alternate funding for existing programs 
    • Seeking ways to align mission and funder priorities for mutual benefit
    • 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 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: 
    • Finances – program/project budgets, scientist and partner payments
    • Logistics 
    • Health and safety – risk assessments, emergency response plans, etc.
    • Contract negotiation, including setting annual team dates and budgets 
    • Site visits, as required and depending on experience
    • 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

    As needed and depending on experience, Program Managers may have the opportunity to manage 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.

    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
    • Excellent written communication skills in English, and ability to communicate effectively with remote audiences (PIs, partners, and colleagues)
    • 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 
    • International and intercultural experience such as studying, living, or working abroad
    • 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

    To apply: Program Manager @ Earthwatch

    **********************

    Earthwatch is an equal opportunity employer with a strongc ommitment 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.





  • 23 Apr 2019 7:12 PM | Anonymous

    Minerva Schools at KGI Consulting Project Applications due May 1, 2019

    Minerva Schools at KGI

    The Minerva Schools at KGI (the Keck Graduate Institute) prepare students to become innovators and global leaders in a wide variety of disciplines. Our aim is to reinvent higher education at every level, from how we define the curriculum to how we teach. All Minerva classes are seminars, not lecture courses, and use active learning to help students learn to think critically and creatively as well as to communicate and interact effectively with others. Students live together in residence halls, in San Francisco for the first year and then in six different cities. We teach using the Minerva Active Learning Forum, a web-based platform that supports real-time, synchronous seminars (ranging from 15-19 students) with high levels of student-faculty interaction. The majority of our students are undergraduates pursuing four-year degrees.

    You are a good fit for a Minerva faculty position if you are eager to join one of the most innovative institutions in higher education today. As a student-centric program, we focus on learning outcomes, small interactive class sessions, and deep engagement with students.

    Please see minerva.kgi.edu for more information.

    Position

    We are seeking an adjunct faculty member/consultant whose expertise is intercultural competency in a global context. The person appointed will work with a small group that is developing a new course that students will take over the course of their four years of study with Minerva. Students come to Minerva in San Francisco as freshmen from as many of 50 different countries in a class of about 150 and travel to six other countries over their four years of study. This course is intended to build their intercultural competency skills and to deepen their understanding of the cultures that they will experience in their studies, both within their cohort and in the cities where they will study.

    Qualifications

    Candidates must have an earned doctorate in a relevant discipline and a deep knowledge of intercultural competency and the various ICC frameworks and models; experience working with high- achieving college students, especially students from many different cultures and countries; familiarity with the principles of active learning.


    This appointment is for co-development of the first of eight half-credit modules of a four-year, four- credit course. The project is underway now and the candidate must be available to work with the team during May through early July. While the initial appointment will be for that period only, it could lead to additional work as the full course is developed and offered for the first time over the next four years.

    The compensation for this initial appointment is $1500.

    To apply

    Candidates should submit:

    ·         A CV or resume

    ·         A cover letter explaining why they would be a good fit to develop this course.

    ·         The names of three people who can attest to their experience and qualities relevant to this project.

    Please submit no later than May 1, 2019 to be considered for this role. Interviews will be held May 1-10 and the appointment made by May 15.

    If you are interested, please contact Teri Cannon, Chief Accreditation Officer and Chief Student Affairs and Operations Officer directly at teri@minervaproject.com

    EEO statement

    Minerva Schools shall abide by the requirements of 41 CFR §§ 60-1.4(a), 60-300.5(a) and 60- 741.5(a). These regulations prohibit discrimination against qualified individuals based on their status as protected veterans or individuals with disabilities, and prohibit discrimination against all individuals based on their race, color, religion, sex, or national origin.


  • 18 Mar 2019 9:17 PM | Karen Fouts (Administrator)

    POSITION CODE: 4291
    DEPARTMENT: College of Arts and Sciences
    MONTHS/HOURS: Full time, Administrative
    STARTING SALARY RANGE: Commensurate with experience
    INTRODUCTORY PERIOD: 12 months
    AVAILABLE: Application review begins March 29
    POSTING DATE: March 1, 2019
    APPLICATION DEADLINE: Open Until Filled
    DESCRIPTION:
    Reporting to the Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences (CAS), the Director of CAS Study Away administers all parts of CAS undergraduate and graduate study away, including advocating for study away experiences, advising students in program selection, managing the student application process for programs, and marketing programs to students. Among the CAS study away programs are exchanges (both with institutions within the United States and abroad), direct enrollment partnerships, third-party providers, and short-term, faculty-led travel courses.

    RESPONSIBILITIES:
    Duties and responsibilities include but are not limited to:
    • Meeting with current and prospective CAS students to provide tailored study away information meeting their educational goals;
    • Serving as CAS liaison for exchange institutions, direct enrollment partners, and third-party providers;
    • Supporting organization of CAS faculty travel courses by advising budget preparation, travel itineraries, and minimized health and safety risks for study away participants;
    • Supporting CAS educational programs at the University's international campus in Salzburg, Austria, by recruiting students and coordinating visas with the Austrian Consulate;
    • Evaluating study away programs and assessing student learning associated with study away experiences;
    • Communicating administrative and risk management policies, procedures, and deadlines involving CAS study away;
    • Supervising CAS Study Away Office staff, graduate interns, and student workers;
    • Managing the finances and budgets for all CAS study away programs;
    • Conducting general information, orientation, pre-departure, and re-entry sessions for CAS students;
    • Representing the CAS Study Away Office at information sessions, travel fairs, prospective student visit days, new student orientations, and professional meetings;
    • Collaborating with University administrators and CAS faculty on internationalization goals, either through consultation or serving on committees;
    • Maintaining effective communication with administrators in Student Affairs, the Registrar's Office, Student Financial Services, and the Business & Finance Office, as well as international education liaisons in the Provost's Office, the School of Business, and School of Education;
    • Performing other duties and special projects as assigned or directed by the CAS Dean.

    MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS/PREFERENCES:
    • Master's degree in a relevant field of study is required.
    • A minimum of three (3) years of professional experience with study away programs is required.
    • A demonstrated ability to lead a university office dedicated to supporting students' success in study away education is required.
    • Experience with risk management standards; proficiency in interacting with diverse students, faculty, and study away programs; and ability to travel domestically and internationally are necessary.
    • Preference will be given to candidates with international experience, knowledge of a second language, and proficiency in managing complex budgets.

    Successful candidates must have excellent interpersonal and organizational skills, as well as excellent written and oral communication skills. They must be able to work both independently and as a part of a team to handle multiple tasks and responsibilities simultaneously. A willingness to work non-traditional hours, including some evenings and weekends, is essential.

    INQUIRIES: Inquiries can be directed to Kendrick Brown, Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, at mailto:kendrick_brown@redlands.edu.

    In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, if selected for the interview process and accommodations are needed, please call (909) 748-8040.

    To apply: Submit a University of Redlands Administrator application form at https://apptrkr.com/1407880.

    FOR MORE INFORMATION, CALL 909-748-8040 OR VISIT http://apptrkr.com/get_redirect.php?id=1407880&targetURL=http://www.redlands.edu/human-resources/employment/. SUBMISSION OF A RESUME OR APPLICATION INDICATES AGREEMENT THAT THE UNIVERSITY MAY VERIFY ANY AND ALL INFORMATION CONTAINED THEREIN.
    MEMBERS OF UNDERREPRESENTED GROUPS ARE ENCOURAGED TO APPLY.
    AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

  • 18 Mar 2019 7:57 PM | Karen Fouts (Administrator)

    International House, Duke University is looking to fill a Student Development Coordinator position. Applicants will need to submit an application online at hr.duke.edu/careersApplicants must submit an online application 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. 

    Position Title: Student Development Coordinator

    Requisition Number: 401568198

    The Student Development Coordinator at International House plans, coordinates, and administers activities that support international students, scholars, and their families adjust to Duke University and Medical Center as well as the surrounding communities. The Student Development Coordinator also collaborates with various university administrative offices and academic departments and community organizations to develop programs that promote cross-cultural awareness and understanding. S/he also counsels international students, scholars and spouses with issues they present. Complete job description is on the Duke career site.

    Minimum Requirements:

    Master’s Degree. Experience in program administration, academic/instructional or counseling activities. Cross-cultural knowledge and sensitivity. Experience living abroad. Computer literacy including Microsoft Office and skills in social media, video production, Photoshop, and Adobe InDesign.

    Additional Job Specific Skills and Competencies:

    Knowledge of and experience working with international and transcultural populations. Excellent writing, verbal, and interpersonal skills, with a proven ability to work in a team environment.  Outstanding organizational skills with ability to handle multiple projects/priorities and meet deadlines. Fluency in a second language preferred.

    Application Deadline: Friday, April 12, 2019.  

    Applicants must submit an application online at hr.duke.edu/careersApplicants 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.


  • 11 Mar 2019 5:31 PM | Karen Fouts (Administrator)

    The Universidad del Sagrado Corazón in San Juan, Puerto Rico is seeking a dedicated and dynamic new team member for the position of Student Mobility Advisor (Asesor de Movilidad Estudiantil). This position reports to the Director of Internationalization and Inter-University Relations, whose office reports to the Provost, and works collaboratively with other units and departments campus-wide to ensure a seamless experience for students participating in student mobility programs.

    It is essential that applicants be fluent in Spanish. Complete information can be found at www.sagrado.edu/wp-content/uploads/ASESOR-MOVILIDAD-ESTUDIANTIL-1.pdf. Applications should be submitted by March 14 to convocatorias@sagrado.edu.

    Responsabilidades principales incluyen:

    • Investiga, desarrolla y profundiza programas de movilidad estudiantil, incluyendo programas semestrales, de verano, lingüísticos, programas para jóvenes profesionales y programas integrados en el currículo subgraduado y graduado (experiencias internacionales) a través de colaboraciones interuniversitarias y con “study abroad providers” para estudiantes de Sagrado

    • Administra, como coordinador asignado, el programa “National Student Exchange”, asesora a estudiantes de Sagrado y mantiene los canales de promoción al día sobre el programa

    • Desarrolla políticas y protocolos para programas de movilidad estudiantil, incluyendo procesos de propuestas de facultad para experiencias internacionales, solicitudes estudiantiles y procesos de selección, al igual que procesos de pagos, visados, seguridad, entre otros
    • Acompaña y asesora los estudiantes en los procesos de solicitud para los programas de movilidad estudiantil y otros programas administrados por la unidad. 
    • Se mantiene en contacto y acompaña a distancia a los estudiantes participando en programas de movilidad estudiantil fuera de Puerto Rico y sus familias
    • Promociona, en colaboración con el equipo de la unidad, los programas de movilidad estudiantil a través de las plataformas digitales en y fuera de la Universidad
    • Apoya al director de la unidad con la administración de acuerdos interinstitucionales en el área de movilidad estudiantil
    • Desarrolla y administra evaluaciones estudiantiles y colabora con procesos de videos testimoniales 

    • Colabora con el director de la unidad sobre los objetivos en el área de movilidad estudiantil y prepara informes y estadísticas de la movilidad estudiantil según los objetivos establecidos 

    Perfil del candidato: 

    • Grado mínimo de bachillerato de institución acreditada
    • Mínimo de tres (3) años de experiencia en funciones administrativas y de líder de grupo, preferiblemente de institución educativa de nivel superior
    • Dominio del idioma inglés oral y escrito, con excelentes destrezas de comunicación, en persona, a distancia y frente a grupos diversos
    • Conocimiento del uso de los programas de MS Office y habilidad para aprender el uso de otras plataformas, según se requiera; PREFERIDO conocimiento de Terra Dotta
    • Conocimiento sobre los requisitos de inmigración y documentación necesaria para realizar viajes al extranjero

    Complete information can be found at www.sagrado.edu/wp-content/uploads/ASESOR-MOVILIDAD-ESTUDIANTIL-1.pdf. Applications should be submitted by March 14 to convocatorias@sagrado.edu.


  • 22 Feb 2019 4:29 PM | Karen Fouts (Administrator)

    The School of Professional & Extended Studies (SPExS) at American University seeks outstanding applicants for multiple term faculty openings beginning in fall 2019.  Each appointment is for nine months, and will commence in mid-August 2019 and conclude at the end of May 2020.  The positions are full-time, non-tenure track faculty appointments.  Rank and salary will be dependent on experience and qualifications. 

    QUALIFICATIONS

    The School of Professional & Extended Studies (SPExS) is seeking experienced instructors to teach Intercultural Understanding to first year students across a range of programs, including the Washington Mentorship Program (WMP) and the International Accelerator Program (IAP).   Successful candidates may also have the opportunity to teach in other SPExS courses, as needed, including Graduate Professional Studies (online learning) and the Washington Semester Program.  Faculty are expected to teach six courses per year, regularly attend meetings, have a presence in the university community, and collaborate with other faculty and staff to provide outstanding and innovative instruction to students in a range of programs.  Faculty are expected to hold regular office hours and participate in School and University activities and service.  All School of Professional & Extended Studies programs emphasize experiential learning approaches that extend beyond traditional classroom-based teaching.  Classes may be offered in the morning, evening, and/or weekends.  Applicants should share American University’s commitment to inclusive excellence.  

    Applicants should hold a graduate degree (Ph.D. preferred) in a related discipline.  Educational background and teaching experience in the social sciences or humanities is preferred, particularly cross cultural communication, cultural studies, and international studies.  Preference given to applicants with experience teaching undergraduate students, international students, and English language learners, as well as those with mentoring experience.  Applicants should demonstrate a high level of cultural sensitivity and adaptability.  The ability to work well with students intending to major in a variety of disciplines is essential.

    Exceptional candidates will be considered for the position of Lead Instructor.  Lead Instructors are full time faculty members who, in addition to their full time teaching duties, assist the unit with curriculum development, run faculty meetings for their cohort, and mentor approximately 10-15 term faculty teaching Intercultural Understanding in the Washington Mentorship Program, Mentorship Abroad, and the International Accelerator Program.  Qualified faculty should hold a Ph.D. and have research, teaching, and/or professional experience in the field of cross cultural communication, intercultural understanding, or a related field.

    Intercultural Understanding seeks to encourage a better understanding of the dimensions of experience and belief that distinguishes cultures and countries from one another, and conversely, the commonalities that bind human experience together.  The main objective of the course is to improve the intercultural competencies and communication skills of students, and to enhance students’ abilities to think critically and creatively about today’s social challenges.  The course includes field trips, participation in cultural events, and simulation exercises.

    APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS

    Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position(s) are filled, though no later than June 30, 2019, subject to ongoing budgetary approval.  Applications must be submitted electronically via Interfolio at http://apply.interfolio.com/60507.  Include a letter of application addressing relevant teaching interest and experience, curriculum vitae, recent teaching evaluations (when possible), and three recent letters of recommendation specific to this position, uploaded directly by recommenders.  An application will not be reviewed until all application materials have been received, including letters of recommendation.  Applicants interested in being considered for the Lead Faculty supervisory position should indicate interest in their cover letter.  Contact Marie J. Fritz, Assistant Dean for Faculty Affairs, at fritz@american.edu if you have any questions.  Queries about the online application system may be sent to help@interfolio.com.  Hiring contingent upon enrollment and budgetary approval.

    Person(s) hired must be able to provide acceptable documentation of U.S. citizenship or lawful authorization to work in the United States.  Prior to hire, a background check, including criminal record history, will be conducted.

    American University is a private institution within easy reach of the many centers of government, business, research, and the arts located within the nation's capital.  For more information about American University, visit www.american.edu.

    Dedicated to professional and experiential learning, the School of Professional & Extended Studies (SPExS) offers an array of options for lifelong learners spanning the applied social sciences.  Programs range from undergraduate internship-based semester programs to market-driven online master's degrees for professionals at critical junctures in their careers.  Learn more about the School of Professional & Extended Studies at American University at https://www.american.edu/spexs/.

    Equal Employment Opportunity Statement

    American University is an equal opportunity, affirmative action institution that operates in compliance with applicable laws and regulations.  The university does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, sex (including pregnancy), age, sexual orientation, disability, marital status, personal appearance, gender identity and expression, family responsibilities, political affiliation, source of income, veteran status, an individual’s genetic information or any other bases under federal or local laws (collectively “Protected Bases”) in its programs and activities.  American University is a tobacco and smoke free campus.


  • 20 Dec 2018 11:15 AM | Glenda Sharp (Administrator)

    Berlitz is seeking contract consultants who are regional experts for 3 or 5-day programs in 2019 for the following regions: Korean Peninsula, Asia Pacific, Eurasia (mostly Russia), Turkey, Middle East, Latin/South America/Mexico, Northern Africa, Horn of Africa, Southern Africa, Western Africa.

    The programs will take place on consecutive days in either Springfield, VA and St. Louis, MI beginning in January.

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  • 20 Dec 2018 11:06 AM | Glenda Sharp (Administrator)

    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 (Administrator)

    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 (Administrator)

    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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