English and Communications Program Coordinator
Deadline: 19 January 2020
Employment term: Permanent
Job type: Full time
The English and Communications (EC) Program Coordinator works closely with the EC Program Chair in the administration of the EC undergraduate program. The EC program coordinator provides a variety of administrative and support services for students and faculty to ensure efficient program operations.
- Assist with scheduling, record-keeping, syllabi and courses, evaluations, student learning assessment and program review, public relations, and communications of EC;
- Maintain records including meeting summary notes;
- Provide course registration and EC advising to undergraduate students;
- Conduct degree audits/graduation check for undergraduate students;
- Provide assistance to EC faculty and others with special needs;
- Liaise with Communications to maintain EC materials on the webpages and other promotional materials;
- Arrange and manage open house, advising and public events for EC;
- Coordinate activities and interaction with other university units. Provide guidance and referrals to other university resources when academic, behavioral, attendance, or other personal problems arise requiring attention (e.g., Office of Admissions, Office of the Registrar, Student Services, etc.);
- Coordinate with the Office of the Registrar and faculty related to exam processes;
- Work closely with the Office of the Registrar on educational transactions (e.g., pre-registration/registration schedule, drops/adds, withdrawals, change of major, graduation requirements, etc.);
- Assist with assessment processes;
- Update and follow standard operating procedures;
- Ensure that intra-program communications are timely and accurate;
- Supervise work-study students at EC events;
- When necessary, proctor EC midterm and final exams;
- Perform other related duties as requested and assigned by the EC Program Chair.
- Degree in Education, Public Policy or related field (master’s degree preferred but not required);
- Experience in an educational/higher education environment will be a plus;
- Experience with assessment of student learning will be a plus.
- Strong knowledge of English and Armenian;
- Advanced computer literacy;
- Strong organizational skills and ability to synthesize information from multiple sources;
- Excellent interpersonal and team building skills, ability to work independently as well as part of a team and with a variety of constituencies;
- Attention to details.
AUA is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to an active non-discrimination program within the institution
Ability to work independently
Written communication skills
Ability to work under pressure
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Please send an updated resume, cover letter, and the names of up to three references to [email protected] with the subject heading “EC Program Coordinator” by January 19, 2020. Only shortlisted applicants will be notified for interview.
The American University of Armenia (AUA) is a private institution of higher learning, offering a global education in Armenia.
AUA is affiliated with the University of California and accredited by the WASC Senior College and University Commission, 985 Atlantic Avenue, #100, Alameda, CA 94501, 510.748.9001.
Founded in 1991, AUA provides a high-quality, graduate and undergraduate education that encourages civic engagement and promotes democratic values, fostering scholarship in a setting that values and develops academic excellence, free inquiry, integrity, scholarship, leadership, and service to society.
AUA’s graduate program offers master’s degrees in eight fields of study: Business Administration, Industrial Engineering and Systems Management, Computer and Information Science, Political Science and International Affairs, Economics, Public Health, Law, and Teaching English as a Foreign Language. These programs are intended to develop critical analysis and depth of knowledge through advanced coursework, independent study, and research.
AUA’s undergraduate program offers bachelor’s degrees in English and Communications, Computer Science, and Business. Through its undergraduate courses, the University offers students depth of knowledge for career preparation and further studies as well as breadth and a foundation of general knowledge and skills for life-long learning.
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