Arizona State University
Job Title: International Faculty and Scholarship Coordinator
University: Arizona State University
Job ID: 95124BR
The International Faculty and Scholarship Coordinator at Arizona State University’s Tempe campus is responsible for supporting the international faculty and scholars team in immigration application processing and providing assistance based on their knowledge or expertise. This position contributes to the development and implementation of campus internationalization programs and academic success initiatives for the international population.
$42,000 – $46,000 per year; Dependent on experience (DOE)
September 14, 2023
– Manage front desk operations and supervise student employees.
– Serve as an Alternate Responsible Officer (ARO) for the J-1 student exchange visitor population.
– Develop and coordinate resources and materials to support the success of international faculty and scholars.
– Act as a liaison with the community, faculty, scholars, and staff to facilitate university-wide programs.
– Consult with ASU staff and international faculty/scholars to inform them of various academic and leadership activities.
– Lead training webinars for department contacts and beneficiaries regarding different visa types.
– Provide international scholar consultations for services and English language support.
– Conduct program evaluation activities.
– Contribute to action plans for the International Students and Scholars Center.
– Develop compliance workshops, focus groups, and programmatic events based on campus and population needs.
– Create services to meet the support, professional development, cultural adjustment, and immigration needs of international faculty and scholars.
– Establish performance indicators and accountability reports for programs and events.
– Develop tracking and follow-up mechanisms to monitor the progress and engagement of international scholars.
– Possess knowledge of foreign national visa categories (F-1, J-1, H-1B, TN, & PR) to support various application processes.
– Bachelor’s degree in a relevant field.
– Three (3) years of related experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
– Master’s degree in higher education, international education, intercultural communication, or a related field.
– Experience in program budgeting, development, coordination, and evaluation.
– Cross-cultural communication skills.
– Knowledge of trends related to campus internationalization and international faculty and scholar recruitment.
– Ability to analyze quantitative and qualitative data and draw conclusions from student data sets.
– Eligibility to work in the US.
– Primarily office-based work in a climate-controlled setting.
– Daily use of desktop computer, requiring visual acuity and manual dexterity.
– May involve bending, stooping, reaching, and lifting up to 35 pounds.
– May require irregular hours, including evenings and weekends.
About the International Students and Scholars Center:
The International Students and Scholars Center, part of the Division of Enrollment Services at Arizona State University, provides visa and immigration advice and support to visiting students and scholars. The center oversees visa programs, coordinates orientations for international students, and assists with visa and immigration processes for new students, staff, and scholars. ASU currently enrolls over 8,000 international students from 130 countries and hosts nearly 700 international faculty and scholars.
Arizona State University offers a range of employee benefits, including reduced tuition for employees and their families, competitive rates for health and life benefits, a wellness program, disability and leave programs, paid holidays, and retirement options. Visit the ASU HR Benefits website for more details and a video overview of ASU’s employee benefits.
The International Students and Scholars Center is dedicated to providing comprehensive support, advisement, and advocacy for ASU international students, scholars, and faculty while upholding the highest standard of integrity and immigration compliance. The center’s mission is to ensure that ASU remains a top choice for the international academic community.
The International Students and Scholars Center aims to create an inclusive campus environment that welcomes and supports individuals from around the world. By fostering collaboration and common values, the center seeks to inspire international students, scholars, and faculty to create opportunities and transform global citizenship.
About Arizona State University:
Arizona State University is a pioneering institution in American higher education, combining academic excellence, entrepreneurial spirit, and broad access. It is a unified institution with four distinct campuses that positively impact the economic, social, cultural, and environmental health of the communities they serve. ASU conducts research with real-world applications, breaking down traditional disciplinary boundaries. The university serves over 100,000 students in metropolitan Phoenix and embraces intellectual and cultural diversity, welcoming students from all states and over one hundred nations worldwide.
ASU is a tobacco-free university. For more information, visit the ASU Wellness website.
ASU is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer and a VEVRAA federal contractor. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, protected veteran status, or any other basis prohibited by law.
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