Henry Ford College International Admissions Associate III in Dearborn, Michigan

Job Title: International Admissions Associate IIICompensation Range: $16.41 - $19.25Schedule: 8-4:30/10-6:30. Regular departmental hours are 8-6:30 Monday-Thursday, and 8-4:30 on Friday. Occasional weekend and evening.Henry Ford College (HFC) is a comprehensive public college located in Dearborn, Michigan that serves 19,042 students annually. Founded in 1938, it continues to be dedicated to preparing students for a rapidly changing world and workplace by offering more than 120 associate degree, career and university transfer programs and a Bachelor Degree in Science in Culinary Hospitality Studies.Henry Ford College offers competitive compensation packages including comprehensive benefits for full-time faculty, administrative, and staff positions. Please see collective bargaining agreements for details at a href="https://hr.hfcc.edu/employee-groups"https://hr.hfcc.edu/employee-groups/a.The International Admissions Associate III will assist current and prospective international students in navigating both U.S. government regulations related to non-immigrant visas and Henry Ford College policies to enable students to meet their educational goals. The person in this position will advise prospective students on the steps to take to be issued an initial I-20 and enroll as an F-1 student, and will advise current students on federal regulations to help ensure they continually meet requirements to maintain their F-1 status with regards to course enrollment, work authorization, travel/re-entry, etc. This position will serve as a Designated School Official (DSO) in maintaining the Student and Exchange Visitor Information System (SEVIS) in monitoring, certifying and updating student records.Responsibilities ulliServe as the first point of contact for walk-in advisement, phone calls, e-mail and in-person inquiries./liliServe as a Designated School Official (DSO) in maintaining student records in the Student and Exchange Visitor Information System (SEVIS)./liliAdvise students with immigration policies and processes related to the issuing of I-20’s (initial, continued attendance, change of educational level, transfer,program extension, reinstatement, reduced course load authorizations, change of status, economic hardship employment authorization, etc.)/liliReview eligibility for employment authorization and process Curricular Practical Training (CPT) and Optional Practical Training (OPT) for F-1 students./liliIdentify and proactively communicate with students who appear to be at risk of failing to meet the requirements of their F-1 student status./liliAs part of a team, assist in planning and execution of international student programming events including international new student orientation, cultural programming and other sessions designed to enhance the internationalstudent experience./liliServe as a student advocate while working with other college departments on matters relating to international students./liliCultivate and maintain effective working relationships with Admissions, Registration, Enrollment Services, Student Accounts, Counseling and Advising,Career Services, and the English Language Institute./li/ulKnowledge, Skills and Abilities: ulliAbility to manage multiple tasks, meet deadlines, be flexible and adaptable in a rapidly changing environment./liliMust work well under pressure while maintaining a strong attention to detail./liliAbility and desire to provide excell