Position responsibilities are shared between N.U.in/GEO and within Student Affairs. This individual will work non-traditional hours including some evenings and weekends, supporting student programming and attending to the safety and wellbeing of students.
Responsibilities during the spring semester and summer include:
• Support enrollment management yield goals by presenting to prospective students and families
• Recruit and assist with hiring new site staff
• Assist with logistical planning of site staff training and student pre-departure orientation for various mobility programs
• Serve on various N.U.in/GEO working groups/committees to improve future on-site operations (such as student conduct, emergency protocols, N.U.in Seminar, finance/programming, etc.)
• Assist with recruitment, selection & training of student alumni ambassadors
• Shadow Student Affairs departments and engage with campus-wide community building efforts to develop skills in programming, crisis management, conduct and conflict resolution, leadership skill building, equity, diversity, inclusion work, identity development and creating a sense of belonging, etc.
• Transition & integration support for N.U.in students re/entering in the spring including providing tools to aid in transition and planning events and programs that connect students to each-other and the university
• Develop programming, support, and resources for students to assist with problem solving, critical thinking, building resilience, etc.
• Work with Student Affairs on managing crisis situations and further develop skills to confidently triage and communicate with families and emergency contacts as situations arise.
• Provide consultations and trainings to colleagues on matters of student mobility, transition and Northeastern affinity
While on site with The N.U.in Program (dates vary based on location), individuals in this role will work non-traditional hours to support the safety and wellbeing of students.
Responsibilities during the fall semester include:
• Act as the primary point of contact for student and staff safety and security during crises and manage escalated emergencies
• Ensure and track quality and diversity of academic and social programs
• Encourage student academic success, respond to student concerns and connect students to on-site academic, medical and mental health resources
• Serve as a conduct hearing officer
• Supervise, support, and evaluate a team of N.U.in Coordinators in all aspects of their professional development and needs
• Serve as a liaison with staff and faculty from the host institution and GEO Program Management Staff through regular meetings and written reports
The Program Liaison will work collaboratively to support the safety and wellbeing of students and contribute to the development and overall success of the students and the program. Responsibilities may vary based on site placement, the needs of students, N.U.in/GEO, and Student Affairs.