CIEE

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

Summer Programme Assistant, CIEE Dublin

CIEE is seeking a Summer Programme assistant to provide administrative, program, and academic support to the Resident Director of the CIEE study abroad short-term and summer programmes in Dublin. Primary Responsibilities:

  • Co-ordinating student arrivals and orientation
  • Organisation of site visits and field trips
  • Support of day-to-day program activities
  • Generating student grades
  • Providing administrative support on the programs
  • Monitoring student progress
  • Managing Social Media

Essential Requirements

  • Third level qualification to degree level
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
  • Excellent computer literacy
  • Good knowledge of the Irish academic environment, knowledge of the US academic system would be an advantage
  • Flexibility in terms of working hours

For full details and application instructions, please see the full job description.

Resident Coordinator, CIEE Dublin

CIEE is seeking a Resident Coordinator to provide administrative, program, and academic support to the Resident Director of the CIEE study abroad programme at Dublin City University. Primary Responsibilities:

  • Co-ordinating student arrivals and orientation
  • Managing academic transition
  • Organisation of site visits and field trips
  • Sourcing and the placement of students in internships
  • Editing of catalogues, updating of course documents / handbooks etc.
  • Generating student grade transfers
  • Contributing to annual reports and newsletters
  • Providing academic advice on course selection
  • Monitoring student progress
  • Managing Social Media

Essential Requirements

  • Third level qualification to degree level
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
  • Excellent computer literacy
  • Good knowledge of the Irish academic environment, knowledge of the US academic system would be an advantage
  • Flexibility in terms of working hours

For full details and application instructions, please see the full job description.

 

ASAPI Attends Meeting of European Study Abroad Assocations

Representatives from European Country Study Abroad Associations in Geneva. ASAPI, represented by co-Chair Stephen Robinson of Champlain College, attended a meeting of European Country Study Abroad associations recently.  The meeting was hosted by Webster University in Geneva, and was attended by representatives of country associations from Spain, Switzerland, Italy, Austria, Germany, and Ireland.  Delegates discussed the development of a Europe-wide study abroad association to share information, provide training, and lobby the EU government, and to provide support for all of those who affect the study abroad experience in Europe.  The group will be presenting at the CIEE Conference in Berlin in November, and will hold another group meeting at the conference.  For more information, please contact Stephen Robinson at srobinson (at) champlain.edu.