Learn International, Naas - Study Abroad Coordinator

Learn International is a study abroad provider offering programmes globally to higher education institutions and students. We serve students who are over the age of 18 from English speaking countries gaining academic experiences in Europe. 

This is a very varied role and you will be contributing to every aspect of the business. 1) You will take ownership of specific projects and be expected to give 100% at all times to deliver on our mission to provide the highest quality Study Abroad programmes to our partner institutions.  2) You will be working with your colleagues in a team environment to meet tight deadlines. 3) You will understand the realities of working in a demanding customer centric environment and have great attention to detail. 4) Flexibility, enthusiasm and dedication to serving students and education abroad.

Applicants will have a minimum  of 3 years experience working in international education and an in-depth understanding of the US Higher Education System.

Autumn Workshop: Community Engagement in Study Abroad

In addition to the significant economic impact Study Abroad has on local communities, it can also serve to form a meaningful connection with the community. Community Engagement and Service-Learning have become important components to many educational programmes in recent years, as they promote a deeper learning experience for students along with benefits to the communities in which they serve.

We will hear from three Study Abroad providers- Duquesne University, University of Notre Dame, and Champlain College- about the positive Community Engagment they have developed and the impact it has had thus far on their students and their communities. There will also be time after each presentation for questions and open discussion on what other types of engagement opportunities might be possible in Dublin and beyond.

Boston University, Dublin - Student Services Administrator

The Dublin Study Abroad office of Boston University has a vacancy for a full-time Student Services Administrator. Applicants should have a minimum of three years relevant experience of working in an international education environment. The ideal candidate will be familiar with both the U.S & Irish university systems. Applicants must be eligible to work in Ireland via citizenship, visa, or work permit. Please send application letter and CV/Resume to marymc@bu.edu. The closing date for receipt of applications is Friday 4 October 2019. 

POSITION FILLED - Duquesne University - Assistant Resident Director (part-time)

Position Description: The ARD works in close conjunction with, and under the supervision of the Director, and assists with Residence Life and Student Life affairs at the campus. The ARD helps to ensure the safety, health and welfare of students, to supervise activities on and off campus, including group excursions. The ARD helps with matters related to the unusual general semester schedule of the program.

POSITION FILLED - CIEE - Global Entrepreneurship Lecturer

CIEE is looking for individuals who are committed to the process of education and the importance of cross-cultural learning. CIEE Dublin will hire an Instructor who is excited to help participants develop a vast array of skills needed in the professional world. By teaching participants specific knowledge on global entrepreneurship, international relations, public speaking, debating, writing, and research skills. The Instructor should have excellent group management skills and experience teaching high school aged students. CIEE will provide guidance on participant expectations, and a brief review of safety, security and risk management. CIEE Site Staff will support the instructor before and during the program. Program leaders will also support instructor once students arrive. For further information , please contact eoconnell@ciee.org

POSITION FILLED - API Dublin - Resident Director

Academic Programs International (API) is a study abroad organisation based in Austin (TX) in the United States.  We offer API students the experience of a lifetime with study abroad and international internship programmes in Europe, Oceania, Latin America and The Middle East.  For additional information view the API website at https://apiabroad.com/.

API programmes in Ireland are located in Dublin, Maynooth, Galway, Cork and Limerick. The Dublin and Maynooth programmes operate during the Fall, Spring and Summer terms. API offers a Resident Director position for the Dublin and Maynooth programmes, based in the Dublin office.

The Resident Director serves as API´s primary liaison for the programme and co-ordinates communication between University partners, students and the API office in Austin. The Resident Director is responsible for undertaking all tasks necessary for the smooth and successful operation of the study abroad programme and assisting when required with the internship programme.

POSITION FILLED - ICOS - Executive Director

ICOS is now seeking a new Executive Director who will offer dynamic leadership to the organisation as it seeks to consolidate and enhance its position as the leading voice for international students in Ireland.

Appointed by the Board of ICOS, the Executive Director will act as representative for policy fora, work collaboratively within their team to enhance the public influence of ICOS, explore potential funding opportunities and strengthen membership engagement.

ICOS require a dynamic, innovative and driven professional with a minimum level 8 qualification. You will have experience working at senior management level with a sound knowledge of the Irish higher education system. Proven experience in advocacy and immigration matters would offer distinct advantage to your application and you will demonstrate an understanding and appreciation of the NGO/Charity sector.

POSITION FILLED - CAPA - Dublin Student Service & Internship Coordinator

This job carries responsibility for supporting the Director of Program and Students Services and the Senior Program Coordinator with student support and administrative assistance for internship, and program related functions. The Student Services & Internship Assistant will provide services for 28 hours per week in the CAPA Dublin Center, plus on call coverage for CAPA’s 24/7 Student Emergency Phone.

POSITION FILLED - Arcadia University - Student Life Officer

This full time, Dublin-based position will suit qualified individuals seeking a dynamic and challenging role in international education.  The successful candidate will join the small Arcadia University, College of Global Studies Dublin-based team in developing and delivering Arcadia University study abroad programmes in Ireland for US university students.

POSITION FILLED - FIE - Student Life Assistant (live in)

The Foundation for International Education is recruiting a Student Life Assistant (SLA). This is a live-in position, which involves living in a shared apartment within a student residence hall located at the Binary Hub Student Residence, Dublin or at University College Dublin:

  • At Binary Hub, the SLA will have his/her own bedroom and en-suite bathroom. Kitchen and common space will be shared with fellow Student Life Assistants.

  • At UCD, the SLA will have his/her own bedroom and will share living, kitchen and bathroom facilities with 3 other UCD students resident in housing.

The SLA is expected to work alongside FIE Dublin staff and assist in all aspects of student life and operational delivery both inside and outside the residence hall. Further information and application instructions available here.


POSITION FILLED - IES Abroad - Student Guide (part-time)

IES Abroad Dublin is seeking a Student Guide to join the Student Affairs team in a heavy student-facing capacity: assisting American university students to maximise their time abroad and to cater to their overall experience abroad (including happiness, health, wellbeing, and safety). For details and application instructions see the full job description.

POSITION FILLED - IES Abroad - Student Services Officer

IES Abroad is seeking a Student Services Officer (SSO) to join the Student Affairs team from April - July in a heavy student-facing capacity: assisting American university students as needed and catering to their happiness, health, well being and safety throughout their duration abroad. See the full job description for more information and application instructions.

AGM & Elections

Date: 24 January 2018Time: 4:00 - 6:00 pm Location: Boston College Ireland, 43 St Stephen's Green, Dublin 2 After: Alfie Byrnes RSVP: rebecca (at) asapireland.org by 12 noon 23 January 2018

We will be electing a new committee and are seeking nominations for all positions: Co-chair (2 positions) Treasurer (1) Secretary (1) Members-at-Large (4 positions, of which one is reserved to represent Affiliate Members; if no Affiliate Member runs, the position may be filled by a Full or Associate Member).

We are accepting nominations until the start of the meeting, but if you intend to run, we'd be grateful if you would let us know as soon as possible. You can submit nominations or request more information by contacting rebecca (at) asapireland.org or thea (at) asapireland.org.

Please note that in order to run for a position on the ASAPI committee and vote for committee members, you must be a member of ASAPI. If you aren't sure if your organization has formally joined, please contact us. If you have joined but not yet paid your annual membership fee, please follow the instructions on your invoice or contact ASAPI.

POSITION FILLED - Full-time and part-time roles at Champlain College Dublin

Champlain College, Dublin, Ireland Campus seeks to hire one full-time, and expects further opportunity to add a part-time staff member, to support our educational community in the student residence, academic center, and internship program. Responsibilities include: serving as the primary liaison to the student residence; supervising student resident assistants; developing and delivering an engaging cultural extra-curricular experience for students; and contributing substantially to the development and oversight of credit-bearing internship placements. The precise assignment of these responsibilities to the full-time and part-time staff members will be determined based on interests and capabilities of candidates.

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Questions? Contact us via: champlaindublin@champlain.edu