This is a full-time position that will work in close collaboration with the Associate Dean of the Office of Global and Population Health. The candidates responsibilities will include all administrative duties regarding the International Elective Externship Programs, China Student Exchange Program, and Inter-professional Education Program. This would include but not limited to the following: Assist in development and implementation of an inter-professional education curriculum and provide administrative support to the Inter-professional Education Planning Committee;Develop & implement systems and infrastructure that ensure efficient management of programs that support both visiting international students at BUGSDM and BUGSDM students on elective international and domestic rotations. Conduct student orientation sessions that is developed by the Associate Dean for Global and Population Health for international elective trips; Monitor and document compliance with University and GSDM policies and procedures, and promote international elective opportunities to GSDM students.
Bachelor's degree in global, international or public health or equivalent is required. Master's degree in international, global or public health is preferred. Must have 1-2 years working experience in Global Health such as coordinating or working with international health programs and/or prior experience in the Peace Corps. Bilingual in English and Spanish is highly desired but not required. Competencies/skills include: coordinating/managing a program plan including managing deadlines, working with diverse population groups preferably in developing countries, and experience working with non-governmental organizations. Strong communication skills both written and verbal. Must be a self-starter with the ability to work independently as well as reach out to other members of the Office of Global and Population Health, and departments of the dental school and university; Must have strong time mangement and organizational skills
Boston University - 11 months ago