Join our community of intercultural advisors – a dynamic team dedicated to empowering people to become globally engaged citizens and delivering meaningful intercultural experiences that provide the knowledge and skills needed to help create a more just and peaceful world. Our workplace is in the heart of the Financial District with breathtaking views of the Brooklyn Bridge and Pier at the Hudson River.
The Seasonal NSLI-Y Advisor and Interview Coordinator will support a range of program planning and wrap-up components for the NSLI-Y program. In November, focus will shift toward preparing, coordinating, and conducting remote and in-person candidate interviews and interview events nationwide for high school applicants to the NSLI-Y and the YES Abroad scholarship programs, together with several Seasonal Interview Coordinator peers. Together with your Seasonal Interview Coordinator peers, you will train, guide, monitor, and assist AFS-USA volunteers around the country in interviewing over one thousand candidates as part of the selection process for these merit-based scholarship programs. You will also conduct virtual candidate interviews.
The primary responsibilities of the Seasonal Advisor and Interview Coordinator is to:
EXPECTED HOURS OF WORK:
This position has an end date of March 2023. The average work week is 35 hours. The standard workday for this position is typically separated into two shifts, 9:00am – 5:00pm or Noon – 8:00pm Eastern, as assigned. You must be available for the entire duration of the position. We welcome candidates from throughout the U.S. for remote work however, candidates located in New York City are preferred.
Bachelor’s degree in a relevant field of study (Education, International Studies, Communications) or experience in a field relevant to this position
AFS-USA is committed to a work environment in which all individuals are treated with respect and dignity. AFS-USA prohibits all forms of unlawful discrimination, harassment and retaliation, including behavior which targets an individual or group based on perceived or actual characteristics, such as but not limited to: race, color, religion, creed, sex (including pregnancy, childbirth and related medical conditions), national origin, age, disability, military service, veteran status, marital status, partnership status, sexual orientation, familial status, gender identity, gender expression, transgender status, genetic predisposition or carrier status, alienage, citizenship status, caregiver status, status as a victim of domestic violence, sex offense or stalking, unemployment status, status as a certified medical marijuana patient or any other legally protected classification.
Join our community of intercultural advisors – a dynamic team dedicated to empowering people to become globally engaged citizens and delivering meaningful intercultural experiences that provide the knowledge and skills needed to…