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February 15, 2019

North Carolina State University - Director of the Fellowship Advising Office

The Director of the Fellowship Advising Office will work closely with campus partners such as Undergraduate Research, University Honors Program, University Scholars Program, Trio-SSS, Caldwell, Park, and Goodnight Scholars study abroad, department honors programs, etc. to coordinate a campus-wide effort to support NC State students in their pursuit of distinguished scholarships and fellowships. This effort will include publicizing national fellowship, scholarship, and grant opportunities, providing resources, advising students about these opportunities, working with campus partners to identify and cultivate potential fellowship and scholarship applicants, identifying and convening review panels and selection committees, working with alumni, donors and the fellowship advisory committee, and providing support for the competition process.

Essential duties of this position include:

*  Work with campus partners to enhance publicity of fellowship and scholarship opportunities
*  Work with campus partners to provide training and assistance in advising their participants on fellowship and scholarship opportunities
*  Develop a culture of early identification and cultivation of potential scholarship and fellowship applicants
*  Hold information sessions on various opportunities
*  Maintain institutional records of applicants and their success
*  Follow longitudinal progress of fellowship winners in reaching their educational career goals
*  Develop effective on-campus selection processes
*  Develop effective means of communicating the results of selection processes to the campus community
*  Expand faculty involvement in the fellowship process
*  Maintain a dynamic and constantly updated website.

Requirements

*  Require post-baccalaureate credentials or a bachelor’s degree plus alternative or equivalent professional training and experience.
*  Master’s degree preferred
*  Evidence of scholarly interest and accomplishments
*  Excellent oral and written communication skills
*  Ability to interact effectively with a wide range of constituents from diverse backgrounds and academic areas, including students, faculty, staff, administrators and alumni
 

Salary Band: $ 78,000 - $ 85,000
The application and additional details can be found at:  https://jobs.ncsu.edu/postings/112386

To be decided by March 1, 2019
February 8, 2019

Rochester Institute of Technology – Program Specialist

The Program Specialist for Education Abroad and International Fellowships’ supports faculty-led study abroad program development and student development through study abroad, fellowships and student programming.

This person:

*  Will collaborate and communicate with faculty and staff across RIT colleges and administrative departments to develop overseas programs.
*  Will help develop policies and practices that ensure inclusive and quality overseas experiences.
*  Manage advising, marketing, recruiting, events, processing and tracking related to RIT’s prestigious international fellowship applications including Fulbright.
*  Manage the robust Global Ambassador program, which hires returned study abroad students to help with promotion and advising.
*  Participate in in other office events, projects, research, and communication in support of student and faculty mobility.
Major Responsibilities include:
*  Manage the operational and administrative activities required for effective and efficient delivery of RIT Faculty-Led study abroad
*  Manage student application process for all faculty-led programs
*  Provide administrative support and coordination of the marketing, recruiting, events, advising, processing and tracking related to RIT’s international fellowship applications
*  Maintenance of communication materials such as the RIT Fellowships website, brochures, newsletter, and campus-wide notifications. 
*  Coordination of the Global Ambassador program
*  Administer the GPI, analyze data and create programming to support increased cultural competency.
*  Other responsibilities and special projects as assigned.

Required Minimum Qualifications

*  Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience
*  3 years experience

Required Skills:

*  Demonstrated ability to establish productive and professional relationships with faculty and global partners.
*  Attention to detail and complete difficult tasks
*  Demonstrated skills and experience in organization, flexibility, prioritization, problem-solving and time management.
*  Strong interpersonal, communication and presentation skills for a variety of audiences and stakeholders.
*  Highly motivated, energetic and creative.
*  Demonstrated ability to work as a productive and supportive member of a small team.
*  Knowledge of higher education and study abroad environment including topics such as diversity, accessibility, funding, etc.

Other Preferred Qualifications:

*  Preferred Master’s degree in Higher Education Administration, International studies, Psychology, Business, Writing, Anthropology or related field.
*  Preferred 3-5 years’ experience working in higher education environment.
*  Experience in career development or coaching.
*  Marketing, recruiting, sales experience.
*  Knowledge of student advising theories and effective strategies.
*  Skills in data analytics, statistics, and excel.

Required Minimum Education Level

Bachelors or Equivalent Experience

How To Apply

In order to be considered for this position, you must apply for it at: http://careers.rit.edu/staff . Click the link for search openings and in the keyword search field, enter the title of the position or the BR number (4390).

Open until filled
January 29, 2019

Pomona College - Assistant Director of Fellowships and Career Advisement

Position summary:  As a direct report to the Associate Dean and Director of the Career Development Office, the Assistant Director of Fellowships and Career Advisement works closely with faculty members of Pomona College and provides advisement for students seeking guidance on appropriate fellowships and application processes. The Assistant Director sits on and/or convenes fellowship committees (faculty interviewers and screening committees). This position oversees support programs that encourage, guide, and assist students in applying for competitive fellowships.  The Assistant Director designs and produces informational materials, manages the Fellowships’ website, develops relationships with national fellowship offices and with fellowship professionals at peer institutions.  Additionally, the person in this position provides general career advising to all students and conducts outreach including participating in regular Career Development Office programming such as drop-in hours.  The Assistant Director coordinates special programming/projects as designated by the Career Development Office that support student success. 

  Essential Functions: Reporting directly to the Associate Dean and Director, Career Development Office, the Assistant Director of Fellowships and Career Advisement works independently and collaboratively to perform the following essential duties and responsibilities:

*  Serve as the Pomona College point person for many national/international fellowships.
*  Collaborate with faculty who are also advisors to students for fellowships.
*  Support faculty who may be point of contact for certain fellowships (e.g. Goldwater, Truman, Udall)
*  Advise students/alumni through application process.
*  Draft endorsement letters as necessary in support of student/alumni applications.
*  Host advisors who interview fellowships candidates on campus.
*  Provide general career advising to all students and participate in regular office programming.
*  Coordinate special projects/tasks/duties and provide assistance as assigned.
 

Qualifications:  Bachelor’s degree in communications, marketing, journalism, business administration, a liberal arts field, or equivalent combination of education and experience is required. An advanced degree in an academic discipline is preferred.  A minimum of 3 years of experience with increasing responsibility in undergraduate advising (fellowships, academic, or career development) is required.  In-depth experience of the liberal arts college environment is preferred.  Some undergraduate teaching or fellowships advising experience or sufficient practical experience in order to provide comparable understanding of the demands of national fellowship competitions is desired.

The application and additional details can be found at:  https://theclaremontcolleges.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/POM_Careers/job/Alexander-Hall---LC00002/Assistant-Director-of-Fellowships-and-Career-Advising_REQ-1350

Open until filled
January 13, 2019

University of Chicago - Assistant Director of Scholarships and Fellowships

About the unit: 
The College Center for Research and Fellowships (CCRF) offers comprehensive support for students pursuing undergraduate research and nationally competitive fellowships, scholarships, and postgraduate opportunities. As a part of its charge to support undergraduates in their scholarly advancement, it aims to provide a College-wide framework for undergraduate research and scholarship, supporting both student and faculty engagement in such initiatives. An integral part of the College and Office of the Dean of Students, CCRF is committed to providing high-impact advising and support for undergraduate scholarship and is rooted in the research mission of the University and the academic mission of the College.

Job Summary:
The Assistant Director will support the current CCRF leadership in overseeing all fellowship and scholarship initiatives for the College, serve as a primary advisor for first and second year students, help to promote and support students applying for opportunities including the CLS, Boren, Gilman, US-UK Fulbright summer institutes, STEM and research-based awards, and contribute significantly to advancing Fulbright initiatives. The Assistant Director will help to develop and execute outreach programs for University of Chicago students in the College around such opportunities, plan the annual cycle of information meetings, develop targeted workshops and seminars relevant to student development, and collaborate with partner offices and faculty as necessary in order to identify candidates for competitions. Additionally, the Assistant Director will assist in tracking and assessment efforts, help to build a successful communication strategy utilizing an effective web presence, social media and others forms of targeted outreach.

Job requisition number: JR03743

Additional details about the position https://uchicago.wd5.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/External/job/Hyde-Park-Campus/Assistant-Director-of-Scholarships---Fellowships_JR03743

February 2, 2019
January 3, 2019

Yale University - Director, Richard U. Light Fellowship Program

The Office of Fellowships and Funding in the Center for International and Professional Experience at Yale University is seeking a highly organized, student-focused individual with exceptional supervisory, communication, data management and stewardship skills to direct the Richard U. Light Fellowship Program (RUL) and advise on and manage competitions for other internal and national fellowships.  Reporting to the Director of Fellowship Programs, and as part of a dynamic and creative fellowships team, the RUL Program Director will provide the overall vision for and management of this highly successful program now in its third decade of operation.  The RUL Program supports the study of East Asian languages in approved programs in China, Taiwan, Japan and Korea for approx. 135 undergraduate, graduate, and professional students annually. 

Essential Duties

1. Plans and executes admission, financial aid, internship, and career services programs. Prepares and submits recommendations to admissions and financial aid committees. Plans and cultivates new corporate relationships to generate job opportunities both domestically and internationally. 2. Participates in long-range planning; recommends and contributes to the development of career services, financial aid, and admissions policies. 3. Provides guidance, advices and counseling on academic, admissions, financial, and career services matters to students and prospective students. Works with students, alumni and employers to identify existing and emerging employment opportunities. 4. Develops and analyzes statistical data to determine patterns and trends that impact and inform the direction of the admissions or financial aid. Conducts ongoing research on employment trends and evolving industry-specific recruiting and talent management needs. 5. Develops budgets and loan repayment schedules. 6. Develops systems for admissions and financial aid activities. Leads projects to continuously improve use of technology. 7. Writes publications to inform students of developments within financial aid and admissions offices. 8. Organizes and conducts corporate presentations, networking nights, and career fairs. Guide employers in developing and executing on-and off campus strategies for attracting University talent. 9. Supervises and trains a staff of exempt and non-exempt employees. 10. May perform other duties as assigned.

Preferred Education, Experience and Skills:

Masters or Ph.D. with four years or more related experience in higher education administration, fellowship management or study/work abroad environment at the college level, or equivalent education/experience. Two yrs. or more experience studying, working, or researching in East Asia. Extensive experience managing information technology issues. Knowledge of Yale University a plus.

A direct link to the Yale STARS application may be found here: https://bit.ly/2TqO2j3

Open until filled
January 3, 2019

Clemson University-Assistant Director, Office of Major Fellowships

Performs professional duties related to the Office of Major Fellowships (OMF), focused primarily on identifying and advising high-performing and high-potential college students seeking major fellowships. Performs recruitment and outreach to key constituencies. Other duties as assigned.

JOB DUTIES:

40% - Essential - Advising and Mentoring: Meets regularly with potential fellowship candidates, particularly freshman, in one-on-one advising sessions. Provides supplemental advising to students on a wide range of topics including nationally competitive programs and opportunities, campus resources, and opportunities for personal growth and development. Follows up with students throughout their Clemson careers to assure milestones are met.

35% - Essential - Fellowship Application Process: Reviews candidate materials, provides feedback, and conducts assessment activities for assigned fellowship programs. Assists the Director with forming interview committees, schedules interviews and drafts endorsement/nomination materials as needed. Tracks incoming scholarship materials (transcripts, waivers, letters of recommendation).

25% - Essential - Promotion and Publicity: Assists the Director in promoting awareness of major fellowships opportunities among Clemson undergraduate and graduate students, including but not limited to students in the Calhoun Honors College, and across campus constituencies. Activities include general workshops, scholarship info-sessions, advising sessions, promotional materials and social media development.

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS:
A bachelor's degree and experience in student services programs.

PREFERRED REQUIREMENTS:
Master's Degree and experience working in a fellowships office. Knowledge of major fellowships.
 

Job ID: 103830
Standard Hrs: 37.5

Salary Band: 05 ($ 32,838 - $ 50,000)

A direct link to the application may be found here: https://bit.ly/2GVdETM

January 17, 2019
December 7, 2018

Auburn University – Coordinator, Scholarships and Research

The responsibilities for this position fall into three main categories: scholarships, research, and professional development. The coordinator will be responsible for overseeing the National Prestigious Scholarships program, which serves all Auburn University students, as well as coordinating scholarship, research, and professional development opportunities for the Honors College. The individual in this position will report to the Director of the Honors College.

The Coordinator will manage all aspects of recruiting, mentoring, and assisting Auburn University students with applications for nationally competitive scholarships and awards such as Fulbright, Rhodes, Goldwater, Truman, Marshall, and National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowships, among others. The coordinator will plan and execute special engagements and events designed to recruit Auburn University students for these nationally competitive scholarships and serve as the primary point of contact for said events.

The coordinator will also plan, develop, and coordinate specific student development programs to build a pipeline of applicants for nationally competitive scholarships and awards beginning in the students' freshman year. The coordinator will be expected to collaborate with campus partners (ex: deans, department chairs, individual faculty, and advisors, as well as Student Affairs, Undergraduate Research, and Career Services staff) in an effort to identify candidates for nationally competitive awards and to recruit current students to the Honors College.

The coordinator will also manage all scholarship, research, and professional development programming for the Honors College, which includes coordinating all aspects of recruiting, mentoring, and assisting Auburn University Honors College students with scholarships, grants, awards, internships, and research opportunities, including, but not limited to, nationally competitive scholarships and awards.

The coordinator will oversee the participation of administration, faculty, staff, and alumni in events relating to scholarships, awards, research, and internship opportunities, as necessary. The coordinator will also oversee unit-level scholarship, grants, and research funding committees. The coordinator will be expected to maintain a detailed calendar of all deadlines for scholarship, grant, award, research, and internship applications, as well as related files, databases, and electronic records of materials.

The coordinator will also teach relevant 1-credit-hour Honors College participation courses. 

Minimum Qualifications

Entry into this pool requires a Master's Degree from an accredited institution. Plus One (1) year of experience in grant, writing, student advising and counseling or public relations.

Salary Range: $35,000 - $54,000 per year

Application is available at https://www.auemployment.com/applicants/jsp/shared/position/JobDetails_css.jsp?postingId=487780

December 17, 2018
December 6, 2018

Goldwater Scholarship and Excellence in Education Foundation Administrative Officer

The Barry Goldwater Scholarship and Excellence in Education Foundation, an independent agency of the U.S. Federal government with a mission to identify and support college sophomores and juniors who show exceptional promise of becoming this Nation’s next generation of research leaders in the natural sciences, engineering and mathematics, invites applications for the position of Administrative Officer of The Foundation.

The Administrative Officer, who reports to the Foundation’s President, is responsible for overseeing and facilitating the efficient and effective daily operation of The Foundation.   We seek an individual who, among other things, can: 1) interface effectively with a broad array of constituents, including students, campus representatives, parents, members of Congress and their staffs and other interested parties; 2) oversee and maintain the Foundation’s financial records and transactions, including preparation of the annual audit report; 3) maintain all data records; 4) serve as the point of contact with other government agencies; 5) serve as a representative of the Foundation in the absence of the President; and 6) provide input to the President on matters relevant to The Foundation.

A complete job announcement, including a list of required knowledge, skills and abilities, a detailed list of duties, and a description of required application materials, can be found on the Goldwater Scholarship Foundation’s web page (https://goldwater.scholarsapply.org/).

Salary range; $80,000 - $110,000

Inquiries can be sent to Dr. John Mateja, President, Goldwater Scholarship Foundation (Goldwaterpres@goldwaterscholarship.gov). 

Review of files begins December 7, 2018
November 28,2018

Arizona State University – Program Coordinator

Barrett, The Honors College is seeking a Program Coordinator for the Lorraine W. Frank Office of National Scholarship Advisement (LWFONSA).  This position will be responsible for coordinating student outreach programming for LWFONSA.  The ideal candidate will be an outgoing academic professional who is committed to ongoing student development and is particularly committed to serving under-represented student populations.

  Essential Duties

·  Work closely and collaboratively with students, faculty, and scholarship committees to provide information on national scholarships and assist students with award application processes.
·  Create and deliver a series of information sessions for first- and second-year students and under-represented students (including first-generation students, underrepresented students, non-traditional students, and students with high financial need);
·  Develop and maintain institutional partnerships, including student organizations, academic departments, study abroad, career services, and development and alumni relations, among others, to advance the ONSA mission;
·  Assist with the oversight of the ONSA Ambassadors student outreach program;
·  Individually advise students seeking general scholarship and fellowship information, as well as applicants for specific awards, as assigned;
·  Advise and instruct students on the writing of grant proposals, research statements, personal statements, and other application materials;
·  Coach students on general professional development, including interview preparation, resume writing, and professional etiquette;
·  Assist ONSA staff with general event planning, programming, and advising, as requested
·  Participates in College events (convocation, Family Weekend, Homecoming, etc.) and assist other units as needed
·  Other duties as assigned.

Minimum Qualifications

Bachelor's degree in field appropriate to area of assignment AND two years administrative/coordinator program experience; OR, Six years of progressively responsible administrative/coordinator program experience; OR, Any equivalent combination of experience and/or education from which comparable knowledge, skills and abilities have been achieved.

Desired Qualifications

·  Evidence of a Master’s degree in a relevant field preferred
·  Experience in public speaking, student development, and program coordination
·  Experience advising or mentoring special student populations, including first-generation students, under-represented students, and/or students with high financial need
·  Evidence of effective verbal and written communication skills
·  Evidence of initiative, imagination, and entrepreneurial thinking

Salary Range

$32,663.23 - $40,000 per year; DOE

Application is available at https://cfo.asu.edu/applicant

December 20, 2018
November 19,2018

New College of Florida – Prestigious Fellowship Coordinator

Situated on the Gulf Coast of Florida and Sarasota Bay, New College is a nationally recognized, selective public honors college with a 10:1 student/faculty ratio. Students are intellectually independent and highly motivated. Undergraduate research has a central role in the curriculum, and a senior thesis/project is required of all students. Students receive narrative evaluations in lieu of grades. New College is committed to excellence in undergraduate teaching and research and encourages collaborative student-faculty scholarship. www.ncf.edu. The college is currently accepting applications for a Fellowships Coordinator.

The Fellowships Coordinator reports directly to the Dean of Student Affairs and sits on the Student Affairs Leadership Team. The Coordinator is New College's sole administrative staff member responsible for counseling, mentoring, and advising all New College faculty and students who are interested in prestigious national and international scholarships, fellowships, and awards including the Fulbright, Goldwater, Gilman, and Critical Language Scholarship, among others. This position provides overall direction and management of the New College scholarship and fellowship operation, including managing the application processes and requirements, developing criteria and timelines for each program, and guiding students and faculty advisers and recommenders through the varied and complicated application processes.

A detailed position description, non-discrimination statement, and application are available at www.ncf.edu/employment .

Review of applications begin simmediately and continues until the position is filled
November 16, 2018

NYU – Director of Global Awards

Position Summary

Lead all aspects of the University's prestigious national and international scholarship programs (Rhodes, Marshall, Truman, Goldwater, Churchill, Gates, etc.) on behalf of all schools across the University. Plan and direct other Global and school-specific programs that advance the strategic direction of the Fellowship/Scholarship Office. Set strategy and direct function.

Required Education: Masters of Arts degree in Liberal Arts
Preferred Education: PhD in Liberal Arts.

Required Experience: 7 or more years of relevant professional-level experience or equivalent combination. Must include experience with academic advising in liberal arts college.
Preferred Experience: Experience with similar program at a top college/university.

Required Skills, Knowledge and Abilities: Superior communication skills with the ability to communicate effectively with individuals at all levels. Ability to advise diverse student population of a multitude of topics
Preferred Skills, Knowledge and Abilities: Global programs and cultural awareness

For more information: https://uscareers-nyu.icims.com/jobs/5329/job?mobile=false&width=720&height=500&bga=true&needsRedirect=false&jan1offset=-300&jun1offset=-240

Open until filled
November 16, 2018

Tulane University – Senior Program Coordinator

The Honors Program at Tulane University is seeking a Senior Program Coordinator to provide administrative and educational support to the Honors Program. The Senior Program Coordinator reports to the Assistant Dean of the Honors Program and is responsible for the administrative responsibilities and programs in the Honors Residential Learning Communities (Wall Residential College and Weatherhead Residence Hall) and the Office of Admission. These responsibilities include coordinating with the Housing and Residence Life staff on all of the following areas: managing the application process for Wall and Weatherhead and inquiries associated with them; working with the faculty members in residence, Wall Faculty Fellows Program, and faculty speakers in Weatherhead; working with Housing and Residence Life to organize other programs in Wall and Weatherhead; developing an Honors student mentoring program. The Senior Program Coordinator also manages inquiries about the Honors Program from prospective students and works with the Office of Admission related to programs for prospective Honors students. The Senior Program Coordinator also facilitates Honors students’ transition to Tulane by coordinating Orientation programs for them. Finally, this position’s duties include greeting and directing students, faculty, and visitors to Tulane’s Honors Program and handling administrative tasks associated with the office.

  Please see the application here: https://jobs.tulane.edu/position/TRC15700

November 30, 2018
November 12, 2018

Grand Valley State University - McNair Program Director/Associate Director of OURS - Office of Undergraduate Research and Scholarship

Job Summary: As the McNair Scholars Program Director (85%), this position is responsible for all aspects of the McNair Scholar Program, including: program design and implementation, strategic planning and assessment, McNair Scholar recruitment and support, staff supervision and development, budget management, grant preparation, and federal reporting requirements. The Director of the McNair Scholars Program will design, implement, supervise, and monitor program activities and outcomes in accordance with federal regulations and program objectives, serving as fiscal manager for program budgets, including budget planning and expenditures, and budget revisions in consultation with the Director of OURS. Additionally, as the Associate Director of Undergraduate Research and Scholarship (15%), the position coordinates unit assessment, collaborations with GVSU TRiO programs, and advises students interested in research and scholarship. We seek candidates with a demonstrated awareness of and commitment to, diversity, equity, and inclusion. This is a partially grant funded position. A more detailed position description is available at  jobs.gvsu.edu 

How to Apply: Apply online at jobs.gvsu.edu and select "Apply now".  Please include a cover letter that addresses qualifications noted in the position description, CV/resume and professional references.  On the application you will be required to provide names, phone numbers, and e-mail addresses for three professional references. The online application will allow you to attach these documents electronically.  If you need assistance, call Human Resources at 616-331-2215.

Open until filled
November 7, 2018

Goldwater Scholarship and Excellence in Education Foundation Administrative Officer

 The Barry Goldwater Scholarship and Excellence in Education Foundation, an independent agency of the U.S. Federal government with a mission to identify and support college sophomores and juniors who show exceptional promise of becoming this Nation’s next generation of research leaders in the natural sciences, engineering and mathematics, invites applications for the position of Administrative Officer of The Foundation.

 The Administrative Officer, who reports to the Foundation’s President, is responsible for overseeing and facilitating the efficient and effective daily operation of The Foundation.   We seek an individual who, among other things, can: 1) interface effectively with a broad array of constituents, including students, campus representatives, parents, members of Congress and their staffs and other interested parties; 2) oversee and maintain the Foundation’s financial records and transactions, including preparation of the annual audit report; 3) maintain all data records; 4) serve as the point of contact with other government agencies; 5) serve as a representative of the Foundation in the absence of the President; and 6) provide input to the President on matters relevant to The Foundation.

 A complete job announcement, including a list of required knowledge, skills and abilities, a detailed list of duties, and a description of required application materials, can be found on the Goldwater Scholarship Foundation’s web page (https://goldwater.scholarsapply.org/ )

 Inquiries can be sent to Dr. John Mateja, President, Goldwater Scholarship Foundation (Goldwaterpres@goldwaterscholarship.gov). 

Open until filled
November 2, 2018

Florida Gulf Coast University - Director, Office of Competitive Fellowships

The Director will identify, recruit, and develop FGCU students who are competitive candidates for awards such as the Fulbright, Goldwater, Truman, Boren, Gilman, Udall, and the like. This office serves the entire FGCU student population and reports to the Director of the Honors College. The founding Director will create processes, strategies, and partnerships to support competitive fellowship efforts and raise awareness of these opportunities with key campus constituencies.

Duties
Identifies, recruits, and develops students who are competitive candidates for awards such as the Fulbright, Goldwater, Truman, Boren, Gilman, Udall, and the like.
Creates processes, strategies, and partnerships to support competitive fellowship efforts.
Manages the recruitment, screening, and internal application processes for the major scholarship cycles.
Provides intensive hands-on advising to applicants, ensuring that they have every opportunity to develop high-quality applications.
Promotes awareness of major fellowships opportunities among students and faculty;
Teaches one three-hour course for the Honors College per year.
 
Qualifications
An earned doctorate or terminal degree from an accredited institution.
A record of teaching and scholarship sufficient to be hired as a ranked faculty member at FGCU.
Two years of demonstrated experience working with students on competitive fellowship and research opportunities.
 
Preferred Qualifications
Three years of full-time experience in competitive fellowships advising.
A record of success in helping students receive competitive fellowships and research awards.
Experience starting and developing new university initiatives.
Prior administrative experience.

Full description at: https://jobs.fgcu.edu/postings/6238

Open until filled