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.
IES Abroad is seeking a Student Affairs Coordinator (SAC) to join the IES Abroad Dublin team to support students in their wellbeing during their time abroad.
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.
The CIEE Dublin Center Director is responsible for the quality and success of programs offered at the CIEE Study Center in Dublin, Ireland. The position is responsible for coordinating all aspects of in-country operations as well as for long-range planning, program evaluation, and development.
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.
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.
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.
IES Abroad Dublin is looking for a part time Group Leader to help deliver study abroad, internship, and customized programs for American university students. See the full job description for details and application instructions.
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.
How can study abroad professionals bring our perspective - which particularly values the opportunities presented by discomfort, ambiguity, and struggle in developing intercultural skills - to helping today’s young adults develop the resilience and independence that past generations were given the opportunity to learn at a much younger age?
Academic Programs International (API) is seeking an experienced and highly motivated individual to manage its Study Abroad programmes and Internships in Ireland for University students principally from North America. The role is a full time contractor position based from home. Full flexibility is required including working weekends and being the 24 hour emergency contact for students.
IFSA-Butler is seeking a full-time student advisor. The Student Advisor will be a member of a small team acting as the initial point of contact for North American study abroad students and will provide them with support throughout their time in Ireland. The position is suited to someone with first class customer service skills and an ability to order competing demands in an organised and professional manner. The post requires previous experience of providing administrative support and assistance within a similar working environment. The role requires someone who can work well with others in a friendly, approachable manner. The candidate should be flexible and open to change and able to meet all deadlines, including during busy periods. The candidate will be a third level university graduate and will have played an active part in campus life while studying at university. Further details and application instructions are available here.
ASAPI is partnering with the Embassy of the United States of America to hold an Emergency Services Workshop on Thursday, 27 April from 4-6 pm. Space is strictly limited and invitations and the guest list are managed by the Embassy. If you are interested in attending the workshop, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
CAPA Dublin is seeking a part-time Internship and Student Services Coordinator with 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 Internship and Student Services Assistant will provide services for 20 hours per week in the CAPA Dublin Center, plus on call coverage for CAPA’s 24/7 Student Emergency Phone. For more information and application instructions, click here.
Our colleagues at The Irish Council for Overseas Students (ICOS), an independent, national membership-based organisation that advocates for the rights of international students who choose Ireland as a study destination, have developed a training resource called "Diverse Voices," comprising a video and guide for higher education professionals working with international students in Ireland. The video looks wonderful. It is composed of short, thematic sections exploring topics such as cross-cultural adaptation, culture shock and homesickness; cultural difference and cross cultural communication; adapting to a new academic environment (including language, intercultural classroom, approaches to assessment); and advice on supporting international students. ICOS interviewed over 35 international students and staff (both academics and support staff) from five higher education institutions as part of the video project. It includes a genuinely diverse range of participants.
The resource pack is being made available free-of-charge to ICOS member institutions and also is available for purchase – see www.icosirl.ie.
The workshop will allow members of the study abroad community to discuss a range mental health topics as they relate to study abroad students in Ireland.
Champlain College Dublin are searching for a new Head Resident and Activities Coordinator. This is a full time live-in salaried position for the academic year. http://champlain.interviewexchange.com/jobofferdetails.jsp;jsessionid=06B261AA5957323F8D6914D5E81D3AC7?JOBID=52619