The International Partnerships Coordinator is responsible for coordinating major elements of Colorado State University”s efforts with partners around the world. This position will play a key role in enhancing international student enrollment through dual degree programs and special tuition programs with partners, global faculty mobility, international opportunities for students, and collaborative research with global partners. The position works directly with CSU faculty, senior leadership and administrative staff to develop partnership agreements, and to support the development and implementation of partnership initiatives. The position will also be central in planning and hosting visiting delegations when partner institutions visit CSU. The position will help ensure that CSU meets its strategic goals regarding academic and research initiatives with partners worldwide.
The position is part of the International Initiatives (II) team, which is a unit within CSU”s Office of International Programs. The mission of the II team is to promote intercultural understanding and create opportunities for international engagement throughout the entire CSU community. The II team accomplishes this by developing and supporting international education experiences, and by facilitating and strengthening institutional partnerships to inspire global thinking among CSU students, educators, and researchers, and to make a positive impact on the global challenges we face.
For full consideration, applications must be received by 11:59PM (MST) on Monday, November 22, 2015. A full position description and application instructions can be found at http://jobs.colostate.edu/postings/28487
Bachelor”s degree in liberal arts, education, business, science, public administration, international/intercultural studies, or a related field
Two (2) years of professional work experience that is relevant to this position
Must have a valid Colorado Driver’s License or the ability to obtain a valid Colorado Driver”s License, and be able to pass a motor vehicle record check
Outstanding writing and editing skills
Master’s degree in International Studies, International Affairs, Communications, Business, Higher Education Administration, or another degree that is relevant to this position
Two (2) years of professional work experience in a position that is directly related to international education in a higher education context
Academic or professional work experience that is directly related to a region that is a strategic area of interest for CSU including China, India, Latin America, Southeast Asia, Africa, or Oceania
Demonstrated professional experience writing contracts, grant proposals, or other relevant professional documents
Demonstrated professional experience with event planning
Outstanding interpersonal and verbal communication skills
Strong computer skills, including experience in database management and data analysis
Demonstrated experience working with people from diverse cultures