Bunker Hill Community College, located in Boston, Massachusetts, is looking for a Director of Immigrant Services to work with immigrant and undocumented students on campus.
“Reporting to the Interim Associate Dean of Advising, LifeMap and Assessment, the Director of Immigrant Services will be a point of access for students at BHCC for immigrant services, outreach and advocacy. The Director will establish liaisons with immigrant-facing organizations within the Greater Boston community and work in collaboration on developing programs and services for students. They will help ensure that the College is ready to support the needs of immigrant students, can expedite the delivery of community resources, in order that the college experience for immigrant students is conducive to success and completion. The Director of Immigrant Services will design efforts that prioritize the acquisition of resources the students need to achieve their educational goals, including directing and participating in advocacy efforts designed to impact social policy.”
Salary is $90,000 to $100,000.
Visit this webpage for more information about the position and to apply.
Deadline to apply is October 7, 2022
Please note that this job opportunity was first posted by Bunker Hill Community College. The link to this opportunity may not work after the deadline has passed.
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