Princeton University is seeking an administrative coordinator who will join the Study Abroad Program (SAP), part of the larger Office of International Programs (OIP). Princeton University is a highly selective private liberal arts university with an undergraduate enrollment of approx. 5,200. The Study Abroad office offers a wide variety of intellectually challenging, culturally enriching and socially diverse academic programs abroad. At Princeton, approximately 200 students yearly study abroad for a semester or year. The Study Abroad office also manages approximately ten Exchange Programs with leading universities worldwide. The office provides support and assistance to other departments/centers offering short-term international programs and also advises students for summer study abroad.
The Coordinator works as part of a team of 5 to deliver a rigorous and appealing Study Abroad Program (SAP) to undergraduates. This person provides coordination for all administrative aspects of SAP; supports the study abroad application and approval; assists with the administration of study abroad actions in the Registrar's system; and overall, maintains accuracy of sensitive student records in several data systems.
Additionally, the Coordinator also provides financial-related support, both with regards to SAP's operating budget and individual programs' budgets and operations; assists with researching cost and billing information for 100+ semester-long programs; liaises with numerous offices on campus to distribute student information in a timely and accurate manner; actively contributes to outreach/marketing efforts; co-manages the Study Abroad Fair and all SAP program events; assists with the Global Ambassadors program; recruits and manages student workers; and provides progress reports and data analysis.
Registrar-related duties (assisting the Director, Assistant Director and SAP Advisers with the following Registrar-type functions):
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