Dec 6

Job: Multiple Positions – Bellevue College (Bellevue, WA, USA)

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Job Title: Administrative Assistant, Assistant Director of International High School Competition and Admissions, and Assistant Director of International Recruitment
Posted by: Bellevue College
Location: Bellevue, WA, USA
Contract: Full-Time

Here are three job openings at Bellevue College via the Pacific Northwest JETAA  group:

Administrative Assistant to the Office of International Education & Global Initiatives – Job Description (#R18342)

Under the general direction of the Dean of International Education and Global Initiatives (OIEGI), the Administrative Assistant 4 (AA4) provides higher-level administrative support to the dean to maximize his effectiveness in administrative and financial management of OIEGI. Higher level administrative duties include, but not limited to, budget monitoring, expenditure control, office space management, equipment purchases, public relations, personnel administration, records management, and report preparation.

The position provides administrative and fiscal management skills to ensure all OIGEI business transactions and contractual agreements with partners around the world are carried out by meeting the state and college’s policies and procedures.  The incumbent must be able to project a welcoming and professional image of the OIEGI to international visitors, business and educational partners, and government official and serve them with keen sense of cultural sensitivities.

Assistant Director of International High School Completion and Admissions – Job Description (#R18324)

Under the general direction of the Director of International Education, the Assistant Director of International High School Completion and Admissions is responsible for daily operations of the International High School Completion program, international admissions, pre-arrival advisement, and front desk intake services in the Office of International Education (OIE). This position supervises five fulltime employees and several student workers.  This position reviews current student lifecycle process from inquiries to admissions to enrollment, identifies critical touch points, designs and delivers compelling and timely admission support services to applicants to ultimately convert the inquiries to actual enrollment in degree and non-degree programs.

The International High School Completion (IHSC) program is a brand-new program launched in Fall 2018. The position builds a solid foundation for an accessible, sustainable, and high-impact dual-enrollment pathway program for academically motivated international students ages 16 and 17. The incumbent evaluates international high school transcripts and external exam results to develop individualized academic plans that satisfy requirements of the Washington State high school and associate credentials while preparing students to apply for admission to universities all around the USA. The incumbent is responsible for the maintenance and growth of the IHSC students by designing and delivering comprehensive academic and culturally responsive support services with end goals to increase the students’ retention, overall satisfaction, and completion rates.

This position serves as a Designated School Official (DSO) and Alternate Responsible Officer (ARO) and may travel domestically and internationally as directed.

Assistant Director of International Recruitment – Job Description (#R18344)

The Assistant Director of International Recruitment (ADIR) reports to the Director of International Education and supervises two to three full-time International Recruitment Managers (IRMs).  Working closely with the dean of international education and global initiatives, director, and IRMs, this position develops and evaluates annual recruitment and communication plans with end goal to increase and diversify the new first-time international student enrollment in degree and non-degree programs. The ADIR strengthens existing partnerships and identifies new opportunities. The ADIR advises the director and other stakeholders to adjust tactics, services, and programs using data and trend analysis. The ADIR assists the director with the annual budget preparation by forecasting new student enrollment, estimating costs for all marketing and recruitment activities, and providing rationales. The position travels domestically and internationally two to four times a year.

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