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Đại học Fulbright Việt Nam  được truyền cảm hứng bởi mô hình giáo dục khai phóng của Hoa Kỳ và cam kết phụng sự xã hội Việt Nam thông qua những đổi mới trong lĩnh vực giảng dạy, nghiên cứu và sáng tạo.

Trường có trụ sở tại TP.Hồ Chí Minh, cung cấp trải nghiệm giáo dục đẳng cấp quốc tế cho các sinh viên đại học và cao học ở Việt Nam và trên thế giới.

Chúng tôi tìm kiếm những giảng viên và nhân viên xuất sắc để gia nhập đội ngũ đang không ngừng mở rộng của chúng tôi. Đội ngũ Fulbright phát triển dựa trên nhiệt huyết đối với việc giáo dục các thế hệ tương lai; chúng tôi là những người sáng tạo, có khả năng thích nghi cao, quyết đoán và một chút hài hước!

Nếu bạn muốn được chứng kiến các bạn trẻ Việt Nam khám phá và phát triển hết tiềm năng cá nhân, hãy tham gia với chúng tôi!

Khuôn viên của trường đặt ở Crescent Plaza, Phú Mỹ Hưng, Quận 7, TP. Hồ Chí Minh. Đây là nhà của Fulbright trước khi Trường hoàn tất xây dựng trụ sở chính ở Quận 9 và khai trương trong vài năm tới.

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  • HR Specialist

    We are seeking a Human Resource Specialist (HRS”) who will be focusing on compensation and benefits; compliance and reporting; and employee relations.  The position will report to the Director of Human Resources.

    Scope of Work

    Joining us as an HRS, you will contribute to the development of and be responsible for implementing and administering compensation and benefits policies; maximizing the effectiveness of our HR Information System (HRIS”) and minimizing manual processes; ensuring the university’s adherence to labor laws, personal income tax regulations and in-house policies; and participating in a range of activities related to employee relations and staffing functions. 

    This is an exciting opportunity through which you will gain loads of experience in an environment where all opinions are valued and encouraged to be shared.  You will have a unique opportunity to roll up your sleeves together with your colleagues to build processes, systems and practices from the ground.

    If you possess a sound knowledge and solid experience of the above-mentioned areas and are professional at issue resolution, calm under pressure, a great collaborator and skilled at communicating, we’d like to talk to you!

     Roles and Responsibilities                         

    1. Compensation and benefits (C&B”)
    • Manage payroll-related activities in compliance with statutory requirements and the university’s policies and frameworks
    • Administer various benefit schemes as approved and introduced by the leadership
    • Conduct market trend analysis, analyze salary survey’s results and review best practices in C&B to ensure successful execution of HR initiatives, and contribute to the development of compensation strategies
    • Deliver benefit orientation to new joiners, and existing employees as and when required
    • Support and provide information to relevant people in the events of audits, checks and controls following a proper authorization
    • Other C&B related tasks arisen from time to time
    1. Compliance and reporting
    • Organize an effective filing system and adhere to the university’s requirements on compliance
    • Review incoming inquiries and requests from internal and external parties in respect of various HR information and provide accurate and complete responses as appropriate on a timely basis
    • Process and/or oversee HRIS transactions related to the employee life cycle including (but not limited to) onboarding, job changes, promotions and terminations; and generate needed outputs such as contracts, statutory reports and management reports
    • Work closely with IT department and vendor to build, operate and maintain an effective HRIS, specifically, personnel data, payroll, leave management, employee self-service modules; and fully utilize the HRIS to the university’s advantage
    • Continuously review HR processes, systems and procedures to ensure that they are up to date, relevant to faculty and staff’s needs and cost effective
    1. Employee relations
    • Coordinate a full spectrum of HR services for employees from their employment confirming date to their contract end such as contracting, initial registrations, change updating, and coordinating exit procedures
    • Be responsible for annual performance review process for all units including, but not limited to, establishing schedule, following up on the progress, and preparing reports, and incorporate the performance review results into salary review
    • Maintain in-depth knowledge of relevant laws and regulations (e.g. labor, personal income tax, statutory insurance, trade union, etc.), partner with in-house legal counsel and be able to address various questions/concerns from management and employees in an accurate and timely manner
    • Ensure accurate, up-to-date and easily accessible HR information on all appropriate platforms
    • Contribute to the development of various HR solutions as and when required

    Other duties

    • Maintain confidentiality and professionalism in all situations
    • Contribute to team effort by welcoming new and different work requirements; explore new opportunities to enhance the services of the department; help others accomplish related job results as and where needed.

    Qualifications 

    Education

    • Bachelor’s degree in Human Resource Management, Business Administration or Law

    Experience

    • Minimum five years of experience working in C&B (including operating an HRIS), or as an HR generalist (with working experience with an HRIS) at foreign-owned organization(s) 

    Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

    • Proficiency in both English (IELTS 6.5 or TOEFL iBT 80 at least) and Vietnamese languages
    • Knowledge of Microsoft Office 365 and advanced knowledge of Excel
    • Strong knowledge of Vietnamese labor code, personal income tax regulations and statutory insurance laws and their application at work
    • Experience building and improving workplace policies and practices
    • Proven ability to manage multiple tasks concurrently, prioritize accordingly and maintain exceptional attention to detail
    • Ability to track and analyze data and report data in a clear, organized format
    • Value and commit to integrity and confidentiality
    • Strong customer service, communication and interpersonal skills, including tact, discretion, empathy and cooperation.

    What we offer

    • A full network of supportive colleagues
    • A dynamic, innovative and professional working environment
    • Intensive English-speaking environment
    • Competitive salary and high-end insurance schemes
    • Generous annual leave entitlement
    • Opportunities to participate in public talks, workshops, seminars, as well as other fun activities at Fulbright
    • Opportunity to be one of passionate team members who share the same belief in the transformative power of education and see the unique opportunity in creating a new university.

    How to Apply

    Please email a cover letter explaining your interest in the position and resume to jobs@fulbright.edu.vn. The position will remain open until filled. Applications must be received by May 24, 2019 for fullest consideration. Only short-listed applicants will be contacted for further process.

  • Intern (Finance and Accounting)

    We are seeking two full-time interns who will assist Finance and Accounting team in activities related to ERP system for three months. The position will report to the Director of Finance and Accounting.

    Scope of Work

    Joining the Finance and Accounting team at this stage, the interns will have an opportunity to work closely with the team to support the analysis and implementation process of a newly-built ERP system, and will gain in-depth experience working with top-rated platforms in data management, data visualization and team collaboration, including: Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operation (D365FO); MS PowerApps; MS Power BI; MS Teams, etc.

    Being a part of the Finance team, the interns will also find strong collaboration among team members and an environment where all opinions are valued and encouraged to be shared.

    Roles and Responsibilities

    The intern’s duties and responsibilities include:

    • Compose and input journal entries into the ERP system
    • Support the payment processing team
    • Be part of the month-end closing process and help with monthly reconciliations
    • Assist with our annual statutory audit
    • Assist in the testing and implementation of process changes for greater automation
    • Adhere to University standards, maintain compliance with all policies, procedures and U.S. Federal grant rules & regulations
    • Assist in documentation of procedures
    • Perform other ad-hoc tasks as assigned

    Qualifications

    Education

    • Final year university student, or fresh graduate in Finance or Accounting

    Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

    • Have strong computer skills and good command of English
    • Value and adhere to integrity and confidentiality
    • Demonstrate great attention to details, and ability to maintain high standards of data integrity
    • Exhibit proactive attitude and strong work ethics
    • Must be a team-oriented individual
    • Be able to take initiatives and effectively adapt to changes
    • Be able to commit full-time during the internship

    What we offer

    • A full network of supportive colleagues to ensure you have an incredible internship experience
    • A dynamic, innovative and professional working environment
    • Monthly internship allowance
    • Opportunities to participate in public talks, workshops, seminars, as well as other fun activities at Fulbright

    How to Apply

    Please email a cover letter explaining your interest in the position and resume to jobs@fulbright.edu.vn.

    The position will remain open until filled. Applications must be received by May 20, 2019 for full consideration.

    The expected start date of this position is June 3, 2019. Only short-listed applicants will be contacted for further process.

  • Intern (full time)

    We are seeking a full-time intern who will assist in providing English language and academic skill support to students enrolled in the Fulbright Bridge Program during Summer 2019. The position will report to the Director of English Bridge Program and Learning Support.

    Scope of Work

    The Intern in English Language Development will work closely with the Director of English Bridge Program and Learning Support to ensure that all Bridge Program students are supported, engaged, and prepared for the rest of their academic journey at Fulbright.

    Bridge Program students are those who have been identified by Fulbright or have identified themselves as in need of additional English language support before beginning their studies, and often come from more vulnerable populations such as minority groups or first-generation college students.

    Equity and accessibility for these students are core values of the Bridge Program. The ideal applicant for this position possesses a passion for working with underserved students. 

    Roles and Responsibilities

    The intern’s duties and responsibilities include:

    • Assist in the development of the Bridge Program curriculum, including both large-scale curricular goals and small-scale daily lesson plans and materials
    • Teach occasional classes or workshops related to English language or academic skill development
    • Organize student study groups and/or meet with students individually to provide tutoring and feedback on English language and academic skills
    • Assist with the planning and supervision of student community-building activities and events
    • Support with various administrative tasks as needed.

    Qualifications

    Education

    • Bachelor’s degree in a related field,

    or

    • Bachelor’s degree in addition to completion of some Master’s level courses in a related field (e.g. TESOL, Applied Linguistics, Second Language Studies, Education, English).

    Experience

    • Teaching, tutoring, mentoring, or academic advising is preferred

    Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

    • Fluency in both English and Vietnamese languages
    • Interest in language education
    • Passion for supporting underserved or minority students

    How to Apply

    Please email a cover letter explaining your interest in the position and resume to jobs@fulbright.edu.vn. The position will remain open until filled. Applications must be received by May 13, 2019 for full consideration. Only short-listed applicants will be contacted for further process.

  • English and Academic Skills Instructor

    We are seeking a full-time English and Academic Skills Instructor who will be responsible for providing English language and academic skill support to the student body. The position will report to the Director of English Bridge Program and Learning Support.

    Scope of Work

    In joining our start-up university for its inaugural year, the English and Academic Skills Instructor will have the opportunity to develop curriculum within the English Bridge Program and Learning Support from the ground up.

    The English and Academic Skills Instructor is primarily a student-facing position, but many opportunities to collaborate with teaching faculty and other staff members will be available.

     Roles and Responsibilities

    The English and Academic Skills Instructor’s duties and responsibilities include:

    • Teach intensive English and academic skills focused classes as part of the summer Bridge Program
    • Work closely with individual Bridge students to create individualized learning plans” for continuing study during the academic year
    • Provide ongoing learning support during the academic year, including embedded learning support workshops for core courses, 1-1 advising support, organizing and supporting study groups, peer mentoring, or other forms of peer-to-peer support
    • Work closely with the Director of English Bridge Program and Learning Support to develop and implement English language and learning support curricula and programming, develop authentic English learner assessment materials, and perform other duties related to English language and academic support, as needed

    Other duties

    Contribute to team effort by welcoming new and different work requirements; explore new opportunities to enhance the services of the department; help others accomplish related job results as and where needed.

    Qualifications

    Education

    • Master’s degree in TESOL, Applied Linguistics, Second Language Studies or other related field (e.g. MFA Creative Writing, MA in Education or English Literature)

     Experience

    • 3 years of experience English as a foreign language instruction, English writing instruction (e.g. composition), academic advising, or learning/academic skills support.

    Preference will be given to candidates with education or experience in both English language instruction and learning support.

    Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

    • Fluency in English language
    • Knowledge of authentic methods of language assessment is preferred
    • Demonstrated ability of working with a wide variety of individuals and teams
    • Strong alignment with Fulbright’s educational mission and a passion for education and learning process

    How to Apply

    Please submit a cover letter explaining your interest in the position, resume and one-hour lesson plan for the ideal class you would dream to teach (dream big!) on https://fulbright.submittable.com/submit. Applications that do not include a lesson plan as part of their portfolio will not be considered. The position will remain open until filled.

    Applications must be received by May 1, 2019 for fullest consideration. The expected start date of this position is June 24, 2019. Only short-listed applicants will be contacted for further process.

    Fulbright University Vietnam is dedicated to building a pluralistic learning community that in its composition reflects the diversity of Vietnam and the world. Our commitment to diversity is rooted in our respect for the dignity of the individual and in our dedication to fostering mutual understanding.

    We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, citizenship, age, sex, physical or mental disability, status as a protected veteran, marital status, changes in marital status, pregnancy, childbirth or related medical conditions, parenthood, sexual orientation, gender identity, political affiliation or belief, genetic information, or other legally protected status.

     

     

  • Learning Specialist

    We are seeking a full-time Learning Specialist who will be responsible for providing English language and academic skill support to the student body, focusing particularly on students with learning disabilities. The position will report to the Director of English Bridge Program and Learning Support.

    Scope of Work

    In joining our start-up university for its inaugural year, the Learning Specialist will have the opportunity to develop accessible and effective curriculum within the English Bridge Program and Learning Support, as well as to influence the accessibility of curricula and teaching in other areas, from the ground up.

    The Learning Specialist is primarily a student-facing position, but many opportunities to collaborate with teaching faculty and other staff members will be available. 

    Roles and Responsibilities

    The Learning Specialist’s duties and responsibilities include:

    • Teach intensive English and academic skills focused classes as part of the summer Bridge Program
    • Work closely with individual Bridge students to create individualized learning plans” for continuing study during the academic year
    • Provide ongoing learning support during the academic year, including embedded learning support workshops for core courses, 1-1 advising support, organizing and supporting study groups, peer mentoring, or other forms of peer-to-peer support
    • Work closely with the Director of English Bridge Program and Learning Support to develop and implement English language and learning support curricula and programming, develop authentic English learner assessment materials, and perform other duties related to English language and academic support, as needed
    • Coordinate testing for learning disabilities (with school psychologist or outside provider) and provide recommendations for educational accommodations for students with learning-related disabilities
    • Provide specialized support for students with learning-related disabilities, including working closely with teaching faculty to implement learning accommodations and provide recommendations for inclusive pedagogy

    Other duties

    Contribute to team effort by welcoming new and different work requirements; explore new opportunities to enhance the services of the department; help others accomplish related job results as and where needed.

    Qualifications

    Education

    • Master’s degree in educational psychology, special education, higher education administration, counseling, social work, psychology, or related field.

    or

    • Master’s degree TESOL, Applied Linguistics, Second Language Studies or Education and 2 years’ experience working with students with disabilities.

    Experience

    • 3 years of experience in educating and supporting students with disabilities, English as a foreign language instruction, English writing instruction (e.g. composition), academic advising, or learning/academic skills support

    Preference will be given to candidates with education or experience in all three of the following areas: English language instruction, academic/learning support, and disability education.

    Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

    • Fluency in English language is required
    • Fluency in Vietnamese language is preferred
    • Demonstrated ability of working with a wide variety of individuals and teams
    • Strong alignment with Fulbright’s educational mission and a passion for education and learning process
    • Knowledge and understanding of assistive software/adaptive technology are preferred
    • Knowledge of disabilities legislation in Vietnamese and/or North American context is preferred

    How to Apply

    Please submit a cover letter explaining your interest in the position, resume and one-hour lesson plan for the ideal class you would dream to teach (dream big!) on https://fulbright.submittable.com/submit.  Applications that do not include a lesson plan as part of their portfolio will not be considered. The position will remain open until filled.

    Applications must be received by May 1, 2019 for fullest consideration. The expected start date of this position is June 24, 2019. Only short-listed applicants will be contacted for further process.

    Fulbright University Vietnam is dedicated to building a pluralistic learning community that in its composition reflects the diversity of Vietnam and the world. Our commitment to diversity is rooted in our respect for the dignity of the individual and in our dedication to fostering mutual understanding.

    We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, citizenship, age, sex, physical or mental disability, status as a protected veteran, marital status, changes in marital status, pregnancy, childbirth or related medical conditions, parenthood, sexual orientation, gender identity, political affiliation or belief, genetic information, or other legally protected status.

     

     

  • Legal Counsel

    We are seeking a Legal Counsel who will be responsible for providing a wide variety of legal services to the institution’s executives. The position will directly report to the President.

    Scope of Work

    The Legal Counsel will be expected to provide representation and advice in areas including, but not limited to, business, finance, regulatory compliance and risk management, litigation management, policy formulation and training, contract review and drafting, intellectual property, and other areas of higher education law.

    The employee in this position will be expected to exercise a high degree of independence, excellent judgment, communicate effectively with high-level officials and stakeholders, address programmatic and operational issues, and advance the mission of Fulbright to foster diversity, equity, and inclusivity in access to opportunities throughout the Fulbright community.

    Given the start -up nature of Fulbright, the position encompasses a wide range of roles from front-line services to behind-the-scenes processing.

    The Legal Counsel is also required to effectively communicate the risks and legal issues involved in any decision to management.

    This enables the Executive Committee to make informed strategic choices within an acceptable legal risk profile.

    Roles and Responsibilities

    The Legal Counsel’s duties and responsibilities include:

    • Steer, lead, and coordinate in-house matter management

    Ensure, monitor and oversee compliance with general NGO and Education law, as well as Corporate, Tax, and Employment law requirements.

    Draft, negotiate, maintain, and oversee contracts, including professional service agreements, non-disclosure agreements, facility use agreements, and independent contractor agreements for all areas of Fulbright.

    Review corporate documentation and approvals to ensure the compliance.

    Ensure legal awareness training and legal subject-specific training for all employees. Effectively communicate the importance of legal documents such as contractual. requirements, preservation notices, etc.

    Have a comprehensive contract view and traceability of all contracts embedded in each project.

    Play a key role in negotiations and managing costs with law firms and experts.

    • Provide legal mater management

    Provide accurate and timely counsel and guidance on legal implications of matters involving Fulbright, including contractual matters, legal compliance, dispute resolution, coordination with auditors, and supervision of outside counsel.

    Work collaboratively with Executive Committee, and/or outside counsel to define a strategic plan to any and all legal matters involving Fulbright.

    Assist in the planning and strategic development process by providing legal advice relating to the operation of Fulbright.

    Counsel Executive Committee to determine and decrease risk; and monitor the performance of risk management plans to comply with regulations and Fulbright values.

    Direct activities of staff in the investigation and management of potential risks.

    Communicate and negotiate with external stakeholders.

    Other duties

    Contribute to team effort by welcoming new and different work requirements; explore new opportunities to enhance the services of the department; help others accomplish related job results as and where needed.

    Qualifications

    Education

    Master’s degree in law

    Experience

    Minimum 5 years of experience working in a law firm, in-house or legal practice at foreign organization(s)

    Member of a local bar association

    Familiarity with construction approval process is preferable.

    Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

    Proficiency in both English and Vietnamese languages

    Clear and concise verbal and written communication skills

    Knowledge and understanding of alterations in legislation and technical insights in education

    The ability to work independently and to be self-motivated while handling multiple assignments in an array of substantive areas with moderate supervision

    Proven experience applying, interpreting, and implementing policy, technical and legal concepts to a wide variety of situations

    Ability to create legal defensive or proactive strategies

    High ethical standards that reflect honesty, integrity, and reliability

    Good judgment, patience, calm demeanor under pressure, and even temperament in the face of adversity and conflict

    Have acumen sense and ability to make decisions analytically and strategically Expertise in legal matters applicable to higher education is a strong advantage

    How to Apply

    Please email a cover letter explaining your interest in the position and resume to jobs@fulbright.edu.vn.

    The position will remain open until filled. Applications must be received by April 29, 2019 for fullest consideration. Only short-listed applicants will be contacted for further process.

     

     

     

  • Registrar

    We are seeking a founding Registrar who is expected to lead the broad array of activities related to development and management of student enrollment and learning. As the founding member in the department, the position will interact with a variety of constituents and report to the Chief Academic Officer.

    Scope of Work

    The Registrar will provide leadership, creativity and strategic direction in a broad array of activities that support the development and management of student enrollment and learning at Fulbright University Vietnam, including: course registration, scheduling course offerings, grade records and transcripts, degree progress assessment and final degree audit, advising of students, managing student leaves, policy creation and administration, institutional research, student record maintenance, and related functions.

    Given the start-up nature of Fulbright, this position encompasses a wide range of roles, including creation and implementation of several new processes, oversight and planning, front-line service, behind- the-scenes processing, research and reporting, as well as administrative tasks.

    The Registrar interacts with a variety of constituents at the University, providing reports and recommendations to the President and Executive Team; providing information for institutional assessment to the Chief Institutional Culture, Innovation, and Assessment Officer; working closely with the faculty on academic and advising matters; collaborating with other staff members across all areas of the university; serving as a principal source of information on academic and procedural matters to students (prospective, current, and former) and parents; networking with counterparts at other universities; and coordinating with external agencies.

    Roles and Responsibilities

    The Registrar’s duties and responsibilities include:

    Student enrollment and learning:

    • Work closely with faculty members to develop and implement academic policies, taking into consideration the individual needs of students and the unique nature of Fulbright’s academic programs.
    • Work with the Chief Academic Officer and Deans for longer term course planning.
    • In conjunction with the Deans, create the teaching schedules for academic classes and schedule classroom assignments.
    • Carry out degree audit and verify degree completion for graduating students.
    • Monitor student records to ensure compliance with academic regulations and program requirements for graduation.
    • Administer the student evaluation of instruction process at the conclusion of each course period.
    • Manage the transfer credit application, routing, and posting process.
    • Process transcript and enrollment verification requests.
    • Participate on faculty and other internal administrative committees.

    Reporting & System:

    • Assume leadership in the development, implementation and supervision of student information systems.
    • Take leadership in developing new systems and processes for supporting student information tracking, course scheduling, and learning experiences for all members of the community.
    • Create and maintain systems for course registration and course offerings.
    • Create a system to facilitate student leaves of absence and withdrawals.
    • Implement a management system to collect and maintain Fulbright’s student records, ensuring the integrity and privacy of student information, and that all records are kept current and accurate.
    • Create a system to collect and archive student grades and course syllabi.
    • Manage and maintain a Registrar’s Office portal page and all associated information, forms and documents.
    • Collect, compile, and analyze institutional information and generate internal and external reports on student data.

    Developing and managing the Registrar’s Office:

    • Oversee the hiring, training and supervision of new team members who join the Registrar’s Office, including the Student Accounts Coordinator.
    • Track lieu and vacation for the Registrar team, conduct performance reviews, provide guidance, give periodic feedback and be a source of support.

    Other duties

    Contribute to team effort by welcoming new and different work requirements; explore new opportunities to enhance the services of the department; help others accomplish related job results as and where needed.

    Qualifications

    Education

    • A Bachelor’s degree (or beyond) is required.

    Experience

    • 5 years of progressively responsible experience in either a Registrar’s Office or a similar record-management position, including direct supervision and development of staff.

    Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

    • Proficiency in Vietnamese and English communication skills (both verbal and written)
    • Efficiency in using Microsoft Excel, Sales Force, and data management and/or customer relations management software
    • Value challenges, and demonstrate ability to come up with ways to create or improve processes
    • Demonstrate ability of working with a wide variety of individuals and teams
    • Strong alignment with Fulbright’s educational mission and a passion for education and learning process
    • Value a creative and start-up work environment
    • The ideal candidate will have a background in project management and process design.

    How to Apply

    Please email a cover letter explaining your interest in the position and resume to jobs@fulbright.edu.vn. The position will remain open until filled. Applications must be received by April 22, 2019 for fullest consideration.Only short-listed applicants will be contacted for further process.

     

     

  • Tình nguyện viên

    Fulbright được hậu thuẫn tích cực bởi tâm huyết của rất nhiều tình nguyện viên, những người đã hỗ trợ cho Trường một cách vô tư, không tính toán bằng năng lực về chiến lược và quản trị của mình.

    Chúng tôi luôn chào đón mọi tình nguyện viên ngắn hạn hoặc dài hạn. Nếu bạn quan tâm, xin gửi CV và một bức thư ngắn nói rõ mong muốn và lĩnh vực chuyên môn của bạn về địa chỉ: jobs@fulbright.edu.vn.

  • Multiple Open Faculty Positions: Fulbright Undergraduate Program

    Who we are: We are Fulbright University Vietnam, Vietnam’s first independent, non-profit, liberal arts university. We are an expanding international team of educational innovators, with deep roots in Vietnam, strong political and financial backing, and connections to educational institutions around the world.

    We believe in the power of collaboration, transdisciplinary thinking, and risk-taking, and we understand that effective education requires putting students at its center.

    What we are doing: We are embarking on the project of a lifetime: building an entirely new, non-profit university in Ho Chi Minh City. With substantial financial support from the US State Department, USAID, and a variety of private donors, we are designing and building Fulbright University Vietnam’s flagship undergraduate program: a 21st century liberal arts education that spans engineering, arts and letters, and the sciences.

    We seek to create an institution that can transform the lives of young people, address the pressing needs of Vietnamese society, and ultimately point the way toward a new approach to high quality education in developing countries. You can learn more about our institution at www.fulbright.edu.vn.

    The opportunity: Join Fulbright as a Founding Faculty Member for a once-in-a-lifetime chance to help imagine a new approach to education from the ground up. With the help of a select cohort of undergraduates, we have just embarked on an inaugural Co-Design Year to develop Fulbright’s core curriculum and institutional principles in preparation for our first full academic year in Fall 2019.

    As we continue to grow, Fulbright seeks scholars and educators who care deeply about developing students as whole people and citizens, kindling their curiosity, and preparing them to lead in an uncertain world. Our diverse body of students is exceptional, both within Vietnam and internationally.

    The admissions process is highly competitive, with students selected on the basis of academic excellence, community-mindedness, eagerness to learn, independence, innovation, and autonomy.

    Located in Ho Chi Minh City, our institution is in one of Southeast Asia’s most rapidly developing and dynamic cities, offering a blend of traditional and modern cosmopolitan life.

    To apply: If you share our values, have creative energy and great ideas, and have or expect to have a terminal degree or equivalent experience in the arts, humanities, social sciences, physical sciences, or engineering, we would love to hear from you.

    Applications are welcome on a rolling basis, however those received before November 15 will receive primary consideration for the next hiring cycle. Please apply at this website: https://fulbright.submittable.com/submit Visit https://fulbright.submittable.com/submit for more information.

    Fulbright University Vietnam is dedicated to building a pluralistic learning community that in its composition reflects the diversity of Vietnam and the world. Our commitment to diversity is rooted in our respect for the dignity of the individual and in our dedication to fostering mutual understanding.

    We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, citizenship, age, sex, physical or mental disability, status as a protected veteran, marital status, changes in marital status, pregnancy, childbirth or related medical conditions, parenthood, sexual orientation, gender identity, political affiliation or belief, genetic information, or other legally protected status.

  • Multiple Faculty Positions, Open Rank: Fulbright School of Public Policy And Management

    Fulbright University Vietnam (Fulbright) seeks applications and nominations for two faculty positions in the Fulbright School of Public Policy and Management (FSPPM). The positions are open with respect to rank and field. Preference will be given to applicants in the following three broad categories:

    1. public management, administration and leadership (including negotiation and communication);
    2. macroeconomics;
    3. international trade policy.
  • Residence Advisor

    We are seeking applications for the Residence Advisory (RA”) position from recent graduates of liberal arts and science colleges. 

    The RAs support students’ personal growth through structured and intentional learning opportunities, foster intercultural community building in the dormitory, and cultivate interconnectedness among students, staff and faculty through associate work and program development

    Scope of Work RAs are guides, mentors, and advisors for the Fulbright student body. RAs serve as a role model for students while contributing to the development of the University’s programs and initiatives.

    The RA position requires a high level of responsibility and flexibility; RAs should expect to have evening, weekend and holiday commitments when students are in residence. 

    They will live in the residences together with students, speak English all the time, inspire and take care of these students, supporting life in the residences and other extracurricular activities in arts, sports, culture, etc.

    Roles and Responsibilities Essential duties include, but are not limited to:

    • Full-time residence in the dormitory of Fulbright.
    • Providing intentional programmatic and tailored support for students.
    • Helping students to practise English language, learning and life skills everyday
    • Participation in the on-call duty rotation schedule and providing assistance to students in cases of
    • Collaborating across campus to engage in community development within and between the dorms, including advising student organisations, college councils and student
    • Work 8-16 hours per week in various Associate positions* in offices across
    • Assisting with University-wide programs and events throughout the
    • Attending regular team meetings with other RAs and student support staff.
    • Administrative duties as assigned
    • Participating in on-going professional development and training as and when required

    * Associate Positions – In addition to advising and providing residential support to students, RAs also hold Associate Positions in which they are matched with an additional office in the University. The Associate Position is intended to offer RAs the opportunity to pursue their professional and intellectual interests in such a way that contributes to the broader work of Fulbright. Associate roles include research assistance, wellness, intercultural engagement, residential life, admissions, communications and outreach. Other duties Contributes to team effort by welcoming new and different work requirements; exploring new opportunities to enhance the services; helping others accomplish related job results as and where needed. Qualifications We are seeking applicants who have held leadership roles as undergraduates and/or invested themselves in their own college communities. Specific eligibility requirements include:

    • Proficiency in all English language skills (speaking, writing, listening and reading)
    • Recent college graduate with 0-3 years of professional experience. Vietnamese students graduating from universities overseas in Spring 2018 are encouraged to apply
    • A strong interest in the liberal arts and sciences
    • Prior experience with student life and residential life (i.e. Residential Advisor, Freshmen Counselor, Athletic Teams, etc). Being familiar with wellness / health / clinical techniques is a big advantage.
    • Demonstrated leadership experience and an ability to mentor/advise students
    • Eagerness to engage with a diverse community across different nationalities, cultures, religions, ethnicity, and beliefs
    • Creative and flexible thinker who brings a proactive approach to problem-solving
    • Prior international experience is very helpful
    • Ability to work independently and as part of a team to meet expected deadlines and schedules
    • Knowledge and interest in working in a college environment is preferable.

    Benefits & Support RAs are hired on an 11-month contract (July-May). Each RA receives competitive compensation, shared housing in a furnished suite with students, use of University facilities, and a comprehensive health insurance plan. RAs are also eligible for a phone allowance.

    How to Apply Please email a cover letter explaining your interest in the position and resume to jobs@fulbright.edu.vn. The position will remain open until filled. Applications must be received by October 8, 2018 for fullest consideration.  Only short-listed applicants will be contacted for an interview.