CUPA/PCA - Admissions Counselor for Special Programs

Program or University Name: CUPA/PCA - PARIS COLLEGE OF ART

Job Title: Admissions Counselor for Special Programs

Job Type: French CDI

Location : Paris 10 - 75010

Job Responsibilities:

General Description 

The responsibilities of the Admissions Counselor for Special Programs are two-fold:

- Develop and carry out recruitment strategies to increase student enrollment at the undergraduate and graduate levels.

- Conduct recruitment and logistics of the Special Programs, to include the summer program, faculty-led courses and winter courses.

Responsibilities and Duties


- Recruit domestic and international students for all programs: develop and carry out recruitment strategy to increase student enrollment for undergraduate and graduate level programs
- Plan recruitment travel: schedule individual high school visits and participate in university fairs abroad
- Counsel candidates from inquiry to enrollment stage, review candidate files and participate in admissions decision meetings
- Meet with prospective students: conduct school tours, lead information sessions and review portfolios
- Assist in the organization and implementation of on-campus events such as bi-annual orientation weeks and open houses

Special Programs:

- Manage Summer and other Special programs
- Maintain related web content year round
- Coordinate with Faculty and Dean for curricular planning
- Manage recruitment and enrollment of Summer students
- Coordinate extracurricular activities with Student Life
- In coordination with the Business Office and Human Resources, oversee and control program expenditures based on defined  budget for the Summer program.
- Manage phone/ email inquiries, communication plan and marketing strategies
- Research new partnerships, maintain a network of schools counselors and providers, follow agreement negotiations until signature


- Write, edit and publish news articles destined to the internal and external Paris College of Art community
- Solicit student input and manage intern participation in the publication
- Contribute to content of outbound communications to inquiries, candidates, accepted and incoming students


- Reports to Executive Director of Admissions and Communications, and to Dean (summer program)
- Supervise: Admissions CAP students

Qualifications & Skills:

Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in art preferred

Education and/ or practical experience in Art and/or Design Knowledge of the American educational system preferred but not mandatory

Project Management

Interest in working on a team to promote Paris College of Art

Ability to work a flexible schedule and achieve results in a fast-paced environment

Excellent organizational skills and ability to multi-task

Highly relational and customer service oriented

Quick thinker and ability to troubleshoot

Independent Language

Excellent oral and written communication skills in both French and English

Proficiency in Microsoft Office and an experience with database systems

Work Conditions (Travel, On-call, etc.):

As an indication : 4 to 5 business trips a year

Documents Required from the Candidate:

The successful candidate must be able to legally work in France (E.U Nationality; VISA or Work Authorization)

CV and a Cover Letter

Contact: with the subject line “ADSP”

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Nom du programme/ université : CUPA Paris

Intitulé du poste : Stagiaire(s) en enseignement et conception pédagogique FLE

Type de contrat : Stage à temps  partiel pendant le semestre d’automne ou le semestre de printemps (2 stagiaires) ou un stage temps plein pour un stagiaire.

Lieu du poste : Centre CUPA, 75006 Paris

Missions et activités du poste :

CUPA propose deux stages FLE à temps partiel (ou un stage à temps plein) au sein de son centre qui accueille des étudiants américains de niveau B2-C1 effectuant un séjour d'un semestre ou d'une année dans une université française.

Encadrement du stagiaire et soutien pédagogique assurés, sous la responsabilité du coordinateur FLE. Possibilité pour le/la stagiaire d’intégrer son projet de recherche Master dans le stage.

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Intitulé du poste : Professeur.e de Langue et Culture Françaises

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Missions et activités du poste :

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Nom du programme/ université : New York University in France

Intitulé du poste : Psychologue -  Clinical Psychologist (Wellness Counsellor)

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Lieu : Paris

Missions et activités du poste :


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Program or University Name: NYU Paris

Job Title: Part-time lecturer, Undergraduate Course, Freshman Writing

Job Type: French CDD

Location : Paris

Date: Starts September 2018

Recruitment Close Date: May 31, 2018

Job Responsibilities:

NYU Paris is seeking a part-time lecturer to teach up to two sections of "Writing I", the first of a two-part Freshman writing course. Writing I introduces students to the essay genre and complicates their understanding of its varied forms and functions. The course offers occasions to practice essay writing across disciplines and in several modes, including personal, critical, academic, and journalistic. It also exposes students to writing, reading, and critical thinking skills necessary for undergraduate work as well as writing beyond academic contexts, and introduces them to some of the interdisciplinary and theoretical bases for such practices. The course engages global issues and perspectives through its reading and writing assignments, as well as through the experiential learning it incorporates.  Writing I thus helps students develop an appreciation for the use of writing as not merely a showcase for knowledge and opinion, but more importantly, as a tool for thinking and inquiry.

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