DepartmentOffice of VC Student Affairs The position reports to the Director of International Relations andis a vital member of the International Relations team. He/she willprimarily be responsible for ensuring good flow through theadmissions pipeline via various modes of consistent communication.The candidate will be responsible for ensuring the University staysin good standing with USCIS and Homeland Security concerning F andJ visa regulations. This person will be responsible for creatingand executing holistic programing to help with studentacculturation, development and success. Quick Link for Positionhttps://jobs.uafs.edu/postings/1826 Working TitleInternational Outreach & Admissions Coordinator Anticipated start date06/14/2021 Position Number Monday-Friday 8am – 5pm. Some weekends and nights. Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities * Do you understand that failure to complete the EmploymentHistory section of the application will result in automaticelimination?YesNo License(s)/Certifications * Do you understand that failure to upload your unofficialtranscript(s) may result in an incomplete application packet?YesNo Posting NumberNC00151P About the University Preferred Qualifications • Assist with recruitment of new international students with afocus on regional target areas. This includes but is not limited toprocessing applications, running reports, working with socialmedia, emailing prospective students and families, working withlocal high schools, community colleges, and domestic/overseasagents.• Assist the Primary Designated School Official ( PDSO ) andResponsible Officer (RO) in insuring our immigration compliancewith U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services by initiating theHomeland Security paperwork flow and maintaining SEVISaccounts.• Provide advisement and assistance with Study Abroad opportunitiesand procedures to students, staff and faculty. Additionally, thisrole will be responsible for communicating to partner universitiesconcerning deadlines, application procedures, insurancerequirements and immigration information.• Organize special events such as Orientation Week, InternationalEducation Week, International Festival, campus tours, local travelevents, workshops, etc.• Help to oversee student workers and manage the day-to-dayrequirements of the office such as processing invoices,requisitions, and ordering daily office supplies.• Provide holistic advisement and programming to all internationalstudents.• Assist the Executive Director with clerical and administrativesupport and other daily tasks.• Responsible for maintaining a positive work atmosphere by actingand communicating in a manner to foster teamwork and to provideleadership for subordinates.• Requires consistent on-time attendance.• This description is not designed to cover a comprehensive listingof activities, duties and responsibilities that are required of theemployee for this job. Duties, responsibilities and activities maychange at any time, with or without notice.• Other duties as assigned. Posting Details Benefits For more than 6,000 students each semester, the University ofArkansas – Fort Smith offers a dynamic and diverse learningcommunity with a student-centered approach focused on the successof the individual. Small class sizes combine with innovative,hands-on learning and research experiences alongside expert facultyto ensure students receive a future-focused education at the mostaffordable tuition rate in the state. The University has undergonesignificant changes since its founding in 1928 and now offers 51bachelor’s and associate degrees, two master’s degrees, and 36certificate programs, all aimed at preparing students for successin the global workforce. UAFS is one of 21 academic institutionsand affiliates governed by the University of Arkansas System.The second-largest city in the state, Fort Smith is located on theArkansas-Oklahoma border in the heart of the Arkansas River Valley.Established in 1817 as a frontier military post, Fort Smith is nowa vibrant and growing city featuring a variety of culturalactivities and entertainment options, including a thriving downtownarts and entertainment district. Outdoor enthusiasts willappreciate the Natural State’s plentiful trails, mountains,forests, parks, and waterways, both within the city limits andthroughout the surrounding area. The city is also within easydriving distance of Tulsa, Kansas City, Dallas, Oklahoma City,Little Rock, and Memphis.The UAFS campus is comprised of 77 buildings and facilities locatedon 170 beautifully-manicured acres and crowned with the Donald W.Reynolds Campus Plaza, Tower, and Campus Green. Students who chooseto live on campus may do so in one of two residence hall complexes,complete with a full-service dining center, or the on-campusapartment complex for married students and upperclassmen. Campusinvolvement is encouraged by participation in more than 100registered student organizations, which includes academicsocieties, a dynamic Greek life system, intramural sports, andcultural/special interest groups. The UAFS Lions compete in theNCAA Division II Lonestar Conference in men’s baseball, women’svolleyball, and men’s and women’s basketball, golf, cross country,and tennis. Competitive benefits package Special Instructions to Applicants Does this position require a background check?Criminal Background Check and Motor Vehicle Registry (MVR)Check. Position requires employee complete Arkansas MandatedReporter training prior to employment. Special Job Dimensions Open Until FilledNo Work Schedule Organizational and interpersonal skills are required. Work isprimarily performed in an office setting. Occasional extendedwalking, bends and lifting of up to 50 pounds may be required. Theindividual must be able to work independently and finish tasksaccurately and on time. May be required to work additional eveningor weekend hours. The University of Arkansas – Fort Smith is an equal opportunity,affirmative action institution, dedicated to attracting andsupporting diverse student, faculty, and staff populations. TheUniversity welcomes applications without regard to race, religion,color, sex (including pregnancy, gender identity, and sexualorientation), parental status, national origin, age, disability,family medical history or genetic information, politicalaffiliation, military service, or other non-merit based factors.Persons must have proof of legal authority to work in the UnitedStates on the first day of employment. All applicant information issubject to public disclosure under the Arkansas Freedom ofInformation Act.UA Fort Smith provides equal employment, admission, and educationalopportunities without regard to race, color, gender, age, nationalorigin, religion, disability, veterans’ status, sexual orientation,or gender identify. The University abides by all applicableemployment laws.As an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer, the Universityis committed to provide equal employment opportunities for allapplicants and employees with regard to recruitment, hiring,transfer, promotion, compensation, training, fringe benefits andall other aspects of employment. OIR provides information on a wide range of topics, includingadmissions, immigration issues, financial questions, social andcultural differences, study abroad, student affairs, and resourcesat the University of Arkansas Fort Smith and in thecommunity. Position Summary For full consideration, apply by May 12, 2021. Master’s Degree, 1-3 years experience in admissions; experiencewith SEVIS and processing F-1/J-1 documentation; proficiency inwritten and oral Spanish, Hindi, Bengali, Telugu, orVietnamese. Close Date To perform the job successfully, the following competencies arerequired for the essential functions of this position:• Ability to prepare, present and review oral and writteninformation and reports.• Ability to meet regulatory eligibility to be a DSO / ARO .• Ability to develop, interpret and apply policies andprocedures.• Ability to organize and maintain filing and scanningprocedures.• Ability to operate various computer programs and CRMs.• High level of cross-cultural communication with employees,students, and the general public, maintaining confidentiality indaily operations, and to conduct daily duties in a professionalmanner.• Ability to prioritize and plan work activities; use timeefficiently; and develop realistic action plans.• Ability to handle multiple projects and duties as assigned; andto adapt to changes in work environment, manage completing demands,and deal with frequent changes, delays or unexpected events. * Did you complete the Employment History section of theapplication?YesNo * Did you upload your unofficial transcript(s)?YesNo Open Date04/27/2021 Applicant DocumentsRequired DocumentsResumeCover LetterUnofficial College TranscriptsOptional DocumentsProof of Veteran StatusAdditional DocumentSupplemental QuestionsRequired fields are indicated with an asterisk (*). Minimum Qualifications EEO Statement Background Check / Pre-Employment Screening Salary$28,000-$30,000 Bachelor’s degree. Summary of Job Duties About the College / Department This position may be subject to a pre-employment criminalbackground check, sex offender registry check, financial historybackground check, and/or drug screening. A criminal conviction orarrest pending adjudication and/or adverse financial history aloneshall not disqualify an applicant in the absence of a relationshipto the requirements of the position. Background checks and drugscreening information will be used in a confidential, non-discriminatory manner consistent with state and federal law. * Have you ever been fired or asked to resign from a job?YesNo If yes, please describe.(Open Ended Question)* How did you learn of this employment opportunity?(Open Ended Question)
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Travel Diary // Vietnam 2017 DAMIEN COMOLLI believes the coronavirus crunch will spell the end of football’s big-money transfers – with the swap deal making a comeback.The former Liverpool and Tottenham director of football is also predicting a cut in agents’ fees and Premier League squad sizes.Ex-Tottenham and Liverpool chief Damien Comolli says transfer swap deals will become the normCredit: Sky SportsAnd he has warned stars coming to the end of their contracts they may have to slash their salaries if they want to continue playing.⚠️ Read our coronavirus in sport live blog for the latest news & updatesComolli, one of the most experienced administrators and negotiators in world football, believes the landscape of the game in this country will look very different when it is finally able to resume after the current Covid-19 lockdown.He said: “Everything will change. I think we are going to be in a situation we’ve never seen before.“The whole business model of football will be changing. There will be a situation where clubs will have a little bit of cash and be able to sweep the market by investing in young players. And there will be clubs which have no money at all.“For the first time we will see something on a global scale that we have only seen recently in Italy – where clubs will swap players with maybe a little bit of cash going one way.”Comolli, 47, is also tipping a rise in the number of loan deals as clubs look to balance the books by clearing wage bills.He added: “I also think there will be an interesting trend with free transfers. The free transfers at the top 20 clubs in the world will become hot property because they will have no transfer fee attached to them.“They will probably be able to achieve the same level of remuneration or maybe increase it.“But players at the end of contract on June 30 or whenever Fifa decides this season ends – and who are on a lower tier – will see their remuneration decrease significantly.”Football in this country has been suspended since March 13 and with no matchday revenues and TV payments to rely on, club owners throughout the land are predicting a doomsday scenario for the game’s finances.Comolli believes the days of £100m signings are over.Speaking on Sky’s Football Show, he said: “There are two issues – the first is cash availability.“The chairman of Brighton said last week they could lose £50million in this crisis. And previously the chairman of Burnley said they were forecasting to lose £55m.“It’s not rocket science to understand that is their transfer budget.“So if they are losing that kind of money the transfer budget will be used to cover those losses.“This means they will only be able to buy if they sell but it will be a vicious circle and they won’t be able to sell so they will not be able to spend.“The second aspect is there are two or three clubs in the Premier League and half a dozen around Europe with a lot of cash. Then you have a PR thing to worry about.“If you a chief executive in that in a time of crisis, when there are a 100,000 people dying and more people losing their jobs with the economy going downhill, will it be right and morally correct for a club to spend £100m on a player?“I’m not sure it will be the case.”Comolli added: “Clubs are asking government bailouts and furloughing staff and asking not to pay tax for a while, but at the same time are planning to spend £40m on a player, what will the taxman say?“They will say ‘You asked us to bail you out and then you want to spend £40m on a player – it doesn’t make sense.’ “So all of those aspects will make the market interesting but rigid as well.”CORONAVIRUS CRISIS – BE IN THE KNOWGet the latest coronavirus news, facts and figures from around the world – plus essential advice for you and your family.To receive our Covid-19 newsletter in your inbox every tea time, sign up here.To follow us on Facebook, simply ‘Like’ our Coronavirus page.And Comolli warned players and clubs will not be the only ones hit in the pocket by the fallout from the current global health emergency.The French transfer guru believes agents will also suffer.He said: “Fifa have said they want to change the way agents are paid and being capped at a much lower percentage than it is now.“I think if players remuneration goes down then agents’ fees will automatically go down. And if transfer fees are going down, agents fees paid on transfers will go down as well.“I think cleaning up this side of the business is very important and current circumstances could help. But I think it will be automatic if clubs and players have less money.”But Comolli reckons there is one group of players who could benefit from all of the inevitable belt-tightening – youngsters.He said: “I think another trend we will see is much more smaller squads. Twenty-five man squads in the Premier League – should they be that big.“I think clubs will look at it and say ‘We’ll take 15, 16, 17, 18 seasoned professionals and the rest will be youngsters. Even the bigger clubs.“I think we will see a massive decline in squad numbers, but a trend of big clubs signing young players.“I cannot see clubs spending big money on players over 25 or 26. But I wouldn’t be surprised to see clubs spend north of £100m on a spread of five, six, seven players who could be the core of their team for the next five to eight years.”Give now to The Sun’s NHS appealBRITAIN’s four million NHS staff are on the frontline in the battle against coronavirus.But while they are helping save lives, who is there to help them?The Sun has launched an appeal to raise £1MILLION for NHS workers.The Who Cares Wins Appeal aims to get vital support to staff in their hour of need.We have teamed up with NHS Charities Together in their urgent Covid-19 Appeal to ensure the money gets to exactly who needs it.The Sun is donating £50,000 and we would like YOU to help us raise a million pounds, to help THEM.No matter how little you can spare, please donate today herewww.thesun.co.uk/whocareswinsappealPerry Groves blasts Gary Neville’s ‘ridiculous’ suggestion that the Premier League finishes 2019-2020 season abroad Rebekah Vardy scores an impressive penalty in six-inch heels Top 5 Best Budget Hotels In Dubai under AED 400 a night.