IE University (IEU) is a private university with campuses located in Segovia and Madrid (Spain). IEU programs are run in English and Spanish, and are compliant with the terms of the European Higher Education Area (Bologna Accords).
IE School of Global and Public Affairs
The IE School of Global and Public Affairs (IEGPA) is dedicated to teaching, researching and reflecting on world affairs. The mission of the School is to shape internationally oriented professionals for excellence, achievement, and leadership in an increasingly complex and multipolar world. Our undergraduate and graduate programs are fully taught in English and combine a multidisciplinary approach to professional education with the application of theory to practical issues in global affairs.
The IE School of Global and Public Affairs has been running for several years a Bachelor in International Relations (BIR) and dual degrees with Law (LLBBIR) and with Business Administration (BBABIR). The Bachelor in International Relations prepares students for a career on the international level, in a wide variety of fields spanning public, private and non-profit sectors. It is a multifaceted, cross-sector program that equip them with the necessary hard and soft skills to influence policy on a global level and impact change in society. In addition, in collaboration with the School of Human Science and Technology, the School has recently launched a Bachelor in Economics (BIE) for students who want to drive economic transformation, efficiency and growth in the digital era.
The Position: Program Assistant for Undergraduate Programs
The Program Assistant is the first point of contact with students and professors on a day-to-day basis. The Program Assistant will carry out all administrative tasks necessary for the smooth running and delivery of current programs, as well as for the development and launch of new ones. He/she will also assist other related programs and activities within the School of Global and Public Affairs when required.
The Program Assistant will give support to the Program Coordinatorss and will also report to the Executive and Associate Directors for Undergraduate Programs.
Key Action Areas
The candidate must feel comfortable working in a busy environment that will require multi-tasking and the ability to manage a high volume of work. The successful candidate should be detail-oriented, enjoy interacting with students and be a team player. The most relevant tasks managed by the Program Assistant include, but are not limited to, the following:
Candidates must be EU citizens or possess a valid EU work permit.