INTERNATIONAL PROGRAM COORDINATOR
The International Program Coordinator provides administrative support to the International Education Program and Program Administrator and may be required to act in the role in the absence of the Administrator.
The International Program Coordinator maintains the international program database, promotes and oversees applications including the collection of elementary documentation; processes applications and provides necessary correspondence.
As the International Program Coordinator, the incumbent will be responsible for maintaining and reconciling complex medical benefits for all international students; collecting personal and confidential information, including Canadian Immigration documents needed for provincial medical services; processing and monitoring medical information with medical service providers and updating and renewing with each student change; distributing medical cards and materials.
This position includes invoicing and reconciliation of all international student fees; including tuition, medical and application fees. The International Program Coordinator oversees all invoices and monies received; works closely with Accounts Receivable to reconcile all funds and provides the financial department with a monthly batch payment report. The coordinator is also responsible for providing cheque requisitions for international education events, agent commissions, refunds, international scholarships and medical service providers.
In the Program Administrator’s absence, the International Program Coordinator will be acting in a supervisory capacity, assisting, supporting and assigning work for co-workers; including the authorization of correspondence, liaising with department and school staff while updating and communicating directly with Program Manager.
The International Program Coordinator will provide direction to two administrative assistants regarding database queries, agent discussions and assisting with problem solving; and ensuring all detailed information is processed accurately and in a timely fashion. This role includes meeting with parents and students when necessary.
The ideal candidate will have excellent public relations skills, post-secondary training in office administration, including database experience, exceptional organizational skills, strong accounting or other relevant education and a minimum of 5 years of relevant experience. The key to success in this role includes the ability to relate to all levels of staff, students and parents and to build strong working relationships while taking initiative and managing multiple priorities and deadlines. Other qualifications include exemplary written communication and editing skills as well as the ability to communicate effectively both verbally and in writing.
HOURS OF WORK: This is a 35 hour per week, 12 month, exempt position, to start immediately.
TO APPLY: Please visit www.makeafuture.ca/north-vancouver or www.sd44.ca
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