Company: Brigham Young University
Job title: International Studies Travel Specialist
How many years has your organisation been a continuous member? 4
Which Sector Panel do you fall under? Study Abroad
Years of relevant experience you have for this role: 15
Please indicate any relevant qualifications you have for this role
I have experience in intercultural communication and working in a university environment advising students. I interact effectively with faculty, staff, students, parents and overseas partners. I am also a member of the British Educational Travel Association.
Please give a full outline of your professional and personal experience and skills that are relevant to your application
I coordinate with faculty, staff, administration, and external constituencies in the development of new study abroad programs and the on-going evaluation of existing programs. I collaboratively work with faculty, deans, and other academics leading the planning and coordination of faculty led programmes.
I develop short- and long-range goals and policies for the Study Abroad Student office.
I develop and maintain professional networks with related international organizations and agencies.
I advise students who wish to participate in Study Abroad Programs, including advice on program selection, applications, cross-cultural adjustments and other academic and non-academic issues.
In no more than 25 words please state why you are perfect for this position
I am passionate about Study Abroad and feel like all students deserve the opportunity to experience life in a global setting.