Student Affairs and Program Coordinator, IES Abroad Nice

Program or University Name: IES Abroad Nice

Job Title: Student Affairs and Program Coordinator

Job Type: French CDD leading to CDI

Location : Nice

Job Responsibilities:

The Student Affairs and Program Coordinator is responsible for promoting students’ learning and development. This staff member should possess the knowledge, skills, emotional stability and maturity to discharge responsibilities as an administrators, advisor, counselor and consultant.  High levels of competence are expected in the performance of his or her duties and responsibilities and guided at all times by the criteria of the IES MAP. The Student Affairs and Program Coordinator reports to the IES Nice Center Director (...).

Administrative Coordinator, Columbia Institute for Ideas and Imagination

Program or University Name: Columbia Institute for Ideas and Imagination

Job Title: Administrative Coordinator

Job Type: French CDD leading to a CDI. Full time, regular 35 hours/week

Location : Reid Hall, Montparnasse, Paris 6

The Columbia Institute for Ideas and Imagination aspires to provide a platform in which a younger generation of scholars and creative artists will work alongside more established scholars under the aegis of the Institute to produce innovative research, writing, and art that will introduce new perspectives into the University and enrich ties between US and non-US institutions of higher learning. The Institute will add strength to the Columbia Global Centers networks. It will also contribute, both directly and indirectly, to the core pedagogic functions of the University, in particular, the Global Core Curriculum.

Job Responsibilities:

The Administrative Coordinator will assist the Deputy Director in running the Institute for Ideas and Imagination daily. The incumbent is responsible for managing the day-to-day operations of the office and develops and implements operational processes that ensure efficiency, organization, and effectiveness in the office.

Coordinateur/trice de la vie en résidences, NYU France

Poste à pourvoir : Coordinateur/trice de la vie en résidences

Type de contrat : CDI temps plein

Lieu de travail : NYU France, Paris

Responsabilités:

Le coordonnateur de la vie en résidence (CVR) est un poste à temps plein au sein du Département de la vie étudiante de NYU Paris (NYUP). Relevant de la directrice adjointe de la vie étudiante, et travaillant en partenariat avec d'autres membres de l'équipe de vie étudiante, les responsabilités principales du CVR concernent le logement (résidences, appartements vérifiés NYU, séjours à domicile) et la vie en résidences à NYUP. Le CVR prend en charge tous les aspects de l'expérience résidentielle étudiante, de la pré-arrivée au départ et s’assure du bien-être des élèves en coordination avec la Psychologue de NYUP. Le CVR supervise et coordonne tous les aspects des programmes et services pour les installations résidentielles de NYUP (développement communautaire et responsabilités administratives telles que la sélection des chambres, la sélection des Peer Mentors / Residence Assistant, les changements de chambre et la transition de chaque semestre). Le CVR apporte son aide dans les situations de crise, notamment en évaluant la nature des problèmes et en participant à leur résolution, il mène des enquêtes sur des violations présumées des politiques universitaires et de résidence, il conseille les étudiants et collabore avec le personnel de NYUP pour créer une communauté vivante et apprenante. Il contribue à enrichir l'expérience universitaire des étudiants, à élaborer et mettre en œuvre des programmes et des initiatives communautaires d'apprentissage en résidence. Le CVR passera une partie de ses heures de travail dans les résidences. Le CVR pourra accomplir d'autres tâches assignées par la directrice adjointe de la vie étudiante ou exigées par le directeur de NYUP.

Program Director - Grenoble, CEA Study Abroad

Job Title: Program Director - Grenoble

Job Type: CDI full time, Management level

Date: end of April or beginning of May 2018

Location : CEA, Grenoble

CEA provides study abroad education programs for domestic (U.S.) university students looking to earn college credit from fully accredited programs in Europe, Latin America, and China.  CEA’s programs combine a student-centered curriculum, global competence, cultural integration, and academic excellence.   Programs include such topics as language studies, cultural competency, liberal arts, social sciences, and international business.  Headquartered in Phoenix, AZ, CEA employs over 140 staff in 12 countries around the globe.

Job Responsibilities:

This position is responsible for the overall, day-to-day management of the CEA Grenoble office and programs, including working with students in all aspects of their experience, managing program academics with local host institutions, managing all program logistics, and managing student and program performance in order to evaluate improvements. The Program Director is also responsible for office administration, financial tracking, and collaboration with all of CEA’s support departments.

Instructor: Literature seminar, Trinity College/CEI Paris

DESCRIPTIF DE POSTE À POURVOIR/JOB DESCRIPTION

Nom du programme/ université/Program or University Name: Trinity College/CEI Paris

Intitulé du poste/Job Title: Instructor: Literature seminar: American Writers in Paris 1920’s-1960’s


Nature du poste/Job Type: Teaching

 

Lieu du poste/Location: Paris, 6th arrondissement

 

Type de contrat/Contract Type: CDD Beginning of September – mid-December 2018 with possibility to renew

Missions et activités du poste / responsabilité/Job Responsibilities:

Develop and teach a third-year seminar in English focusing on the literature of American writers in Paris and the influence of the city on their work. From Pre-World War I, through the Jazz Age, the Depression and the aftermath of WWII, writers will include Lost Generation and Harlem Renaissance writers. The course will take students on site visits to better understand the geography of Paris and to link the writers to other cultural figures of the time.

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