Job Title: Education Abroad Advisor-Center for International Education-603806
Northern Arizona University
Flagstaff, AZ United States
Education and Library
Education Abroad Advisor-Center for International Education-603806
Come join our team of more than 60 full-time, part-time, and student staff representing five continents and 16 native languages! Be a part of an internationally recognized Education Abroad Office. The Center for International Education at Northern Arizona University (NAU) has received the Paul Simon Award, and the Education Abroad unit within CIE has received the Heiskill Award. Additionally, NAU is ranked in IIE’s Open Doors within the top 20 US institutions for year-long study abroad programs. Our office has over 200 programs in more than 40 countries. We send students abroad for the year, semester, summer, and winter or spring break and offer students opportunities through exchange, provider, intern, and faculty-led programs based on their academic, financial, and personal needs. At NAU you will be able to work with a diverse group of students and partners. Our student body is nearly one-quarter Hispanic with a higher than average Native American population as well. The Education Abroad Advisor will have responsibility for programs in Europe (excluding the UK) as well as working with the departmental scholarships. Currently programs in Europe are divided into two regions: northern and southern. The ideal applicant may have a general familiarity with Europe or a specific country in Europe but will need to be flexible and is expected to accommodate changes in their region based on departmental needs.
To receive full consideration, please 1) complete the standard online NAU application and 2) submit a cover letter and resume, and 3) include a 300-400 word statement on how you have contributed to an environment that includes and respects diversity in your previous positions.
Annual Salary: $40,888 - $49,864
Please see nau.jobs for full job descriptions and details on how to apply online! NAU is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Institution. Women, minorities, veterans and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply.
Qualifications & Requirements
Bachelor’s degree in student affairs, international relations, global studies, higher education administration, or a related field AND three years’ professional experience in international education OR
Master’s degree in student affairs, international relations, global studies, higher education administration, or a related field AND one year of professional experience in international education
Experience living, working, or studying abroad in Europe (excluding the UK) for one or more semesters
Experience advising students
Experience establishing and maintaining international partner relationships
Ability to communicate in a European language in addition to English
Four or more years’ experience working in international education in a university setting
Experience with scholarship processes
Experience with Terra Dotta, SalesForce, and/or PeopleSoft