The International Internships Adviser will maintain and manage a robust portfolio of internships and advise students, and will be the lead adviser on a portfolio of regional programs for the International Internship Program (IIP) at Princeton. The adviser will review applications and advise students individually or in group on internship opportunities, personal goals, program selection, health and safety issues, inter-cultural competency, etc.; plan marketing, recruiting and coordinate IIP events including but not limited to arranging pre-departure briefings and monitoring student experiences during the summer, assisting students with post-internship presentations, and assessing student evaluations. The IIP adviser will serves as the primary liaison for international partners and employers for the assigned portfolio, and will be managing all programmatic communications with them.
During the 2020-2021 advising and selection season, the adviser will also help facilitate and support remote internships as the IIP office introduces new options to support our students during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Office of International Programs (OIP) staff is currently working remotely, but the adviser position is not a remote work position. The successful candidate for this position will begin remotely and must have the technological infrastructure necessary to work online (e.g., reliable internet). When OIP/IIP returns to the office the adviser will be expected to work full-time in-person in the office.
Please submit a cover letter along with your resume for full consideration.
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