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Director, International

Full Time


Prince George, BC

Deadline: 2020-11-02

Posted: 2020-09-14

The Institution: College of New Caledonia

The College of New Caledonia (CNC) has been dedicated to helping meet the adult and post-secondary educational needs of northern British Columbians since 1969. Serving an area approximately 117,500 square kilometers in size, or 12% of the province, CNC plays an important role in training and educating students in health sciences, trades and technologies, social services, business and university studies. CNC is a pillar in its communities and has six campuses across BC’s Central Interior – Prince George, Burns Lake, Fort St. James, Mackenzie, Quesnel and Vanderhoof. Across all campuses, 5000 students in 90 distinct programs are enrolled each year.

To learn more, please visit CNC’s website.

The Opportunity: Director, International

Reporting to the VP, Student Affairs, and serving as a key member of the Student Affairs Team, the Director, International (“DI”) provides leadership at institutional and community levels (locally, nationally, and internationally). The DI provides strategic leadership in advancing CNC’s international recruitment, internationalization initiatives, and expansion of international programs and services including: business development strategies, setting international enrolment targets with the academic teams, creation of memoranda of agreements with other institutions, agent and in country representative management, achievement of annual revenue targets, implementation of a global marketing plan, procurement of international contracts / partnership agreements, and the development of study abroad programs.

The ideal candidate will possess the following qualifications and experience:

• A Master's degree in a relevant field of study, or equivalency, with at least five years relevant post-secondary experience, along with proven administrative experience in International Education.

• Extensive experience recruiting in a range of international student markets, and deep post-secondary international development experience with a wide array of professional networks within the industry.

• Excellent communication, interpersonal, problem-solving, entrepreneurial, administrative, financial and risk management, project management, and advocacy skills, with a desire to collaborate and cooperate across the institution and with its partners.

• Proven expertise building engaged, high-performing teams within a public institutional culture; experience leading in a unionized setting is a strong asset.

The complete opportunity profile can be viewed:

Contact: James Laing or Tony Kirschner

Leaders International Executive Search

#880 – 609 Granville Street

Vancouver, BC V7Y 1G5

Phone: (604) 688-8422