This position is responsible for the overall administration and support of the International Communication (IC) and Ethics, Peace & Global Affairs (EGPA) Programs. The Program Coordinator serves as a contact point for all prospective/current students in the International Communication Program and the Ethics, Peace, and Global Affairs Program. The incumbent assists Graduate Admissions with several recruiting events each year and outreach efforts to hit program goals. This position maintains daily office operations and a calendar of deadlines and events for the Directors and faculty. The Coordinator helps develop and update course schedules for the program. The incumbent is responsible for planning and coordinating the International Communication Program’s and the Ethics, Peace, and Global Affairs Program’s annual and periodic events including symposia, community-building events, and Program guest speakers.
This is a temporary position for a period of one year.
This position reports directly to the Director of the International Communication Program within the School of International Service, with a dotted line to the Director of the Ethics, Peace & Global Affairs Program
Reporting directly to the position are 2-3 undergraduate Federal Work Study students
Position Type/Expected Hours of Work
Required Education and Experience
Bachelor’s degree plus three years of administrative experience
Knowledge of the Microsoft Office suite and Internet research techniques
Accurate, fast typing skills
Intercultural sensitivity and competence dealing with diverse populations
Strong communication/writing skills
The candidate should be able to perform basic office functions, including the ability to lift items up to 15 pounds
Preferred Education and Experience
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