Detailed Job Description
The basic purpose of this staff position is to support and promote all non-academic aspects of student life at the Center (with the exception of European homestay logistical issues).
Responsibilities include a) assistance with non-academic student issues (including cultural discovery and adjustment, as well as European travel tips) b) coordination, marketing, and development of all MUDEC-sponsored activities, and c) collaboration with local stakeholders to establish and publicize community outreach events (includes serving as a liaison to the Miami University Luxembourg Alumni Chapter). The Student Activities Coordinator's primary supervisory duty involves managing all aspects and activity of the MUDEC Student-Faculty Council each term (including open houses, community outreach initiatives, and other co-curricular programming). The SAC also oversees all non-academic student communications and advises the MUDEC Dean to ensure coherent and effective delivery of student activities updates. In this capacity, the Student Activities Coordinator serves as the editor of the Monday Newsletter and official events photographer. The SAC also maintains the official student blog on the program website. The Student Activities Coordinator is recognized as part of the MUDEC Student Affairs unit and reports directly to the Dolibois Center Dean.
A bachelor's degree granted by Miami University or an equivalent institution by the starting date of the appointment, and at least one year of non-university work since graduation. Demonstrated experience in an international setting.
Applicants with at least one semester of study at the Dolibois European Center or through another study abroad program within the last seven academic years (i.e. between 2006/2007 and the 2012/2013 academic year). Proficiency in French and computer literacy (including social media campaigns) is highly desirable.
Special Instructions to Applicants
Postion also includes round-trip airfare (lowest economy price), baggage and relocation allowances, on-campus studio apartment housing (in lieu of rent, utilities at preferred rate paid monthly), foreign-post allowance, Luxembourg-based healthcare coverage. Possibility of renewal for second academic year.
Applicants will be asked to submit cover letter and resume when applying to this position. Cover letter must state why you are interested in the position, and what qualities and ideas you would bring to it. Two letters of reference should be send via email to: Ms. Lynn Butler, Oxford Luxembourg Program Coordinator, E-mail: butlerl3@MiamiOH.edu.