Program Coordinator, MS in Environment and International Affairs

The Program Coordinator fulfills student services and administrative responsibilities of the MS in Environment and International Affairs (MS-EIA) program, a joint venture among the Graduate School of Arts & Sciences (GSAS), the Earth Commons Institute (ECo), and the Walsh School of Foreign Service (SFS). Duties include but are not limited to commitment to student success as part of an equitable and diverse community; academic planning, and administration; providing admissions support to applicants as well as academic affairs / student services to enrolled students; co-curricular and faculty support; event planning and execution; and general administrative operations for the program.

The Program Coordinator serves as the primary point of contact for all students and is responsible for day-to-day, on-the-ground activities to manage and maintain a successful and vibrant program; and works closely with the program team to implement policies and procedures and to evaluate initiatives designed to enhance the student experience.

Specific duties include but are not limited to leading the MS-EIA registration process; auditing students’ degree progress; preparing grade reports and class ranks; and developing and executing program events, including New Student Orientation. Because the Program Coordinator interfaces interface with – and provide comprehensive support and resources to – all students, they also serve as the primary liaison between the students and university support (e.g., Office of Financial Aid, Student Accounts, Office of Global Studies, GSAS, ECo, SFS, University Registrar, Academic Resource Center, Counseling and Psychiatric Service).

The Program Coordinator also works closely with other academic units and participates in program review.

Please note that in order to be considered an applicant for any position at Georgetown University you must submit a resume for each position of interest for which you believe you are qualified. Documents are not kept on file for future positions.