Sep 13

Job: NC State Study Abroad Office- Regional Coordinator position

Posted by Sean Pavlik (Fukui-ken, 2010-12), International Programs Officer for the DC-based Congressional Study Group on Japan. Click here to join the JETwit Jobs Google Group and receive job listings even sooner by email.


An opening in the Study Abroad Office at North Carolina State University for a full-time Regional Coordinator for Latin-America and Sub-Saharan Africa. A full job description can be found at

In designated geographic regions (currently the Americas, Caribbean, and Sub-Saharan Africa), serve as the lead contact and advisor for NC State study abroad programs. Manage student exchange agreements for designated region, including facilitating renewals and initiating new agreements, as well as maintaining balance of enrollment numbers. Research programs and communicate with colleagues at partner institutions and program providers in the United States and abroad regarding academic opportunities, costs, housing options, support services, and exchange agreements.

Coordinate and administer designated NC State faculty-led and other group programs, including: oversight of program budgets; marketing materials; emergency procedures; adherence to University and Office policies; and, in collaboration with faculty, overall program administration.

Coordinate all aspects of the processes and programming for incoming international exchange students from all geographic regions, including: immigration paperwork, registration and records/admissions, course registration, housing registration, health insurance, immunizations, orientations and acceptance materials, and serving on the Global Village Advisory Council. Liaise with the Office of International Services to ensure successful receipt and processing of incoming exchange student immigration documents.
*TO APPLY*Please visit and search for position #00062791, or use the link above. Applicants will need to submit an online job application and attach a resume, cover letter and contact information for at least three references. References will not be contacted without prior notice to applicant. The positions will remain open until *September 23, 2014*.

*Applicants are kindly asked to refrain from contacting the Study Abroad Office directly to inquire about the status of their application.
Applicants needing assistance with the application process should contact the NC State Employment office at emplo…, emplo…> or call (919) 515-2135 <%28919%29%20515-2135>

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