Assistant Director, International Programs, Memorial Student Center
Texas A&M University, Memorial Student Center
Location: College Station, Texas
Type: Full Time
Excellent State Benefits and professional Development
Internal Number: R-059556
POSITION SUMMARY The Assistant Director position is responsible for advising and administering the major international programming areas of the Memorial Student Center which, by nature, requires an experienced staff advisor due to program complexity, fiscal accountability, visibility of activities, risk management, contact with former students, fundraising requirements, student development needs and organizational prioritization. Supervises one Student Development Specialist III, and an Administrative Associate IV. This position will also work with the department’s DEIA training. This position works with an endowment that supports students in international internship programs and independent research. This position requires international travel. It also works with student leaders to produce Also provides input into the decision making and managerial practices of the MSC as part of the MSC Leadership Team (budgeting, strategic planning, staffing, assessment, etc.).
Bachelor’s degree in applicable field or equivalent combination of education and experience.
Six years of related experience with a bachelor's degree
Preferred Education: Master’s degree in student affairs, counseling, or related field.
Related extra-curricular experience and/or student development experiences. Program planning experience and experience working with college aged students. International experiences with students is preferred. Programming on international topics is preferred.
About Texas A&M University, Memorial Student Center
The Memorial Student Center engages students in experiences preparing them to be global leaders through providing campus programs and service opportunities. You may know of the Memorial Student Center as a building, but the MSC is also a department providing students with academic, cultural awareness and arts programs making the student experience at Texas A&M even better. Our vision is to partner with students to develop engaged and empowered global citizens.
From its inception in 1950, the Memorial Student Center has been the hub of campus activity. The MSC Student Programs Office currently sponsors 18 programming committees producing 100+ events annually, with nearly 1,000 student leaders.