The University Of Iowa is seeking an Assistant Director, International Evaluation that will be responsible for reviewing, analyzing, and evaluating international graduate and undergraduate student admission application data and information. The Assistant Director will make routine decisions based on established criteria, and counsel and advise prospective, current, and former students, parents, faculty, and staff concerning admission policies, procedures, application materials, and transfer credit issues. The Assistant Director will also have supervision over two P & S employees. Please visit the
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The selection process will include a criminal background and credential check on final candidates. To apply, please visit:
and reference the position by Requisition 72306. Please note applicants will be required to provide resume and cover letter with their application.
$42,000 to Commensurate. The University of Iowa offers a full array of benefits that add considerable value to your total compensation. The flexibility allows you to select the option that best suits your personal needs. More detailed information is available on the Benefits Office website:
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