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  • Multiple Open Faculty Positions: Fulbright Undergraduate Program

    Who we are

    We are Fulbright University Vietnam, Vietnam’s first independent, non-profit, liberal arts, sciences and engineering 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, active learning, transdisciplinary thinking, and risk-taking, and we understand that effective education requires putting students at its center.

    What we are doing

    We are creating Fulbright University Vietnam’s flagship undergraduate program: a 21st century liberal arts education that spans engineering, arts and letters, and the sciences.  Fulbright’s undergraduate program is currently in its first year of operation, with a founding class of 115 students.

    The program is being developed with a spirit of co-design,” where teams of faculty, staff and students enhance features of the university in processes of user-centered design.  We are creating an institution that transforms the lives of young people, addresses the pressing needs of Vietnam, and ultimately points 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 Faculty Member to be part of the team building a new approach to university education from the ground up.  Fulbright seeks scholars and educators who care deeply about developing students as engaged learners and citizens, working in a transdisciplinary environment without traditional departments, and participating in a student-centered start-up university environment. 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.

    How to apply 

    If you share our values, are up for the rewards and challenges of working in a non-traditional environment, and have or expect to have a terminal degree or equivalent experience in the arts, humanities, social sciences, natural sciences, computational sciences or engineering, we would love to hear from you. We are particularly seeking applicants with the disciplinary backgrounds listed below, but will consider all qualified applicants.

    computer science • a social science field with an emphasis on Vietnam or Southeast Asia • mechanical or electrical engineering • art history and/or curatorial studies • applied mathematics • general humanities

    Applications are welcome on a rolling basis, however those received before December 8 will receive primary consideration for this hiring cycle. Please apply at this website:

    https://fulbright.submittable.com/submit

  • Faculty positions: Fulbright School of Public Policy and Management

    Who we are

    Located in Ho Chi Minh City, FUV is Vietnam’s first private, not-for-profit university announced by President Barack Obama on May 24, 2016 and given substantial financial support from the US State Department, USAID, and a variety of private donors. We aim to create an institution that can transform the lives our students, address the pressing needs of Vietnamese society, and ultimately point the way toward a new approach to high quality education in developing countries.

    What we are doing

    The FSPPM builds upon a two-decade long initiative of Harvard University to incubate a center of public policy research and teaching, the Fulbright Economics Teaching Program (FETP). In the fall of 2016, Harvard transferred the people and programs of FETP to FUV. In 2019, FSPPM be-comes the first public policy school in Southeast Asia accredited by NASPAA. Among FSPPM’s activities are a full-time Masters in Public Policy (MPP) program with two concentrations – Policy Analysis and Leadership & Management; and the Vietnam Executive Leadership Program – a high-level policy discussion forum with the Vietnamese government with FUV and Harvard.

    FUV’s Board of Trustees has adopted an ambitious mandate for FSPPM to become an internationally recognized graduate professional school that prepares students for positions of leader-ship in all sectors of society and contribute to the resolution of the grand challenges facing Vietnam, the region, and the world through policy engagement, analysis, and research.

    The opportunity

    Fulbright University Vietnam (FUV) seeks applications for a faculty position in the Fulbright School of Public Policy and Management (FSPPM). Preference will be given to applicants in the following two broad categories: (1) public management, leadership, and negotiation; and (2) urban economics, planning, and development.

    Qualifications and How to Apply

    Candidates will ideally take up the position in the 2020-2021 academic year. Remuneration and benefits will be internationally competitive. A PhD (or equivalent terminal degree) in a policy-relevant field is required. Relevant teaching and research experience in policy issues are desired. Experience or interest in Vietnam and Southeast Asia will also be appreciated. Vietnamese lan-guage skills are valuable, but not required. Applicants are invited to send a letter of interest, a CV and the names of three professional references to jobs.fsppm@fulbright.edu.vn. The positions will remain open until filled; please apply by August 15, 2020 for fullest consideration.

  • Accreditation and Assessment Manager

    We are seeking an Accreditation and Assessment Manager to join Fulbright University Vietnam team. The position is expected to report directly to the Dean of Fulbright Undergraduate Studies.

    Scope of Work

    The Accreditation & Assessment Manager (AAM) provides leadership and support for institutional accreditation and ongoing assessment activities. The AAM reports to the Dean of Fulbright Undergraduate Studies and oversees institution-wide assessment as well as institutional and specialized accreditation initiatives to support the university’s commitment to continuous improvement and the goal of being qualified for the regional US accreditation. The AAM provides leadership and guidance in the areas of accreditation, institutional effectiveness, assessment, and strategic planning accountability.

    The AAM is responsible for organizing, overseeing, and developing accreditation documentation, visits and reports required by regional and international accreditation agencies. This position will coordinate across key institutional units and support with decision making that based on data-driven assessment.

    Roles and Responsibilities
    • Oversee the development and implementation of institution’s regional US accreditation plan
    • Ensure that the University follows best practices of assessment in conducting assessments and complying with accreditation standards
    • Support the institutional strategic planning process with data to track progress
    • Maintain assessment resources, including course evaluation and faculty assessment
    • Manage the University’s plan to assess student learning and institutional effectiveness
    • Support curriculum development process to ensure appropriate assessment methods are embedded in the program outcomes
    • Work with the Registrar’s Office on academic policy and assessment related matters
    • Provide inputs on academic, curricular and faculty evaluation review
    • Summarize findings, write annual assessment reports and executive reports, present assessment results to executives and large groups
    • Collaborate and provide assessment support for faculty with course materials, and staff members with programming at their unit level to foster student learning and enhance student experience
    • Promote campus-wide the awareness of an assessment culture and evidence-based practice
    • Work on special programs as assigned, serve on departmental and campus-wide committees as appropriate, and participate in activities that enhance the campus community and/or larger community to further University services.
    Qualifications 

    Education and experience

    •  Master’s degree in a related field, doctorate preferred
    • 5-7 years of experience in higher education administration with a broad understanding of current practices and frameworks around learning and assessment or equivalent combination of education and experience
    • Demonstrated experience in quantitative data management and advanced statistical analysis
    • Demonstrated experience in US higher education accreditation standards and processes
    • Demonstrated experience in representing an institution with international accrediting bodies and other commissions
    • Experience working with multiple faculties, students, and staff, as well as external visitors.

    Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

    • Demonstrable record of discretion regarding confidential information and ability to manage detailed reporting and multiple deadlines
    • Ability in qualitative data collection and analysis techniques including focus group interviews and survey design
    • Strong analytics and problem-solving skills for identifying needs, conducting research, and developing innovative proposals, solutions, and programs
    • Strong project-management and office management skills; administrative expertise with abilities to set priorities, organize and coordinate on office operation, anticipate needs, work under the pressure of deadlines and exercise good judgment, particularly with sensitive or confidential matters
    • Excellent interpersonal skills to promote effective collaboration and demonstrated ability to lead, collaborate, and support a community of diverse perspectives and cultures in an inclusive environment
    • Excellent oral and written communication skills, including the ability to explain assessment processes and outcomes that are easy to understand by non-specialists.
    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. Only short-listed applicants will be contacted for further process.

  • Corporate and Foundation Relations Officer

    We are seeking a Corporate and Foundation Relations Officer. The position is expected to report directly to the Director of Strategic Initiatives and Development.

    Scope of work

    The Corporate and Foundation Relations Officer manages the partnership and fundraising efforts for corporations and foundations with multiple interest areas across the University; provides professional guidance for goal setting and leadership in identifying and executing strategies that are most likely to be achieved through corporate relations, and foundation relations; develops annual goal setting and partnership and fundraising plans and directs related activities in support of these goals and objectives; manages a portfolio of major organizational prospects and leads the staff to identify, cultivate, solicit and steward companies and foundations in support of University partnership and development goals; works collaboratively with administrative and academic leadership, trained committed volunteers and University Development staff to ensure fundraising success; works to engage department heads and faculty in the development enterprise.

    Roles and responsibilities
    • Proactively build relationship with Corporations and Foundations in Vietnam and abroad
    • Proactively identify prospects to evaluate, develop and implement plans for partnership and solicitation strategies; travel to visit prospects
    • Assist in the development and operation of partnership and development programs designed to identify and enhance major corporate and foundation support to the University
    • Maintain liaison with appropriate staff and executives to strengthen existing relationships
    • Assist and/or advise and/or lead efforts with University Development staff and others in the process of identification, solicitation, and stewardship of corporate and foundation prospects
    • Match University strengths and interests with prospective corporates, foundation, and donor interests to support
    • Prepare, review, edit and package formal proposals; collate and interpret available research data pertinent to development of relationships with potential donors
    • Lead or assist in the development of policies, procedures, and systems
    • Prepare and present reports for University officials and external audiences

    Other duties: 

    • Assume responsibility for office operations, as necessary
    • Identify, cultivate, recruit and train volunteers for designated projects
    • Develop for the Director of Development and Strategic Initiatives’ approval and execute plans for the evaluation, cultivation and solicitation of funding, cooperation, foundations prospects
    Job requirements

    Educational level

    • Bachelor minimum, Master or above preferred.

    Working experience

    • 2-4+ year related experience
    • Specialties in Foundations, Corporations relationship and fundraising preferred
    • Experience working for Foundations or University Development office preferred
    • Proven track record in developing relationship, securing grants and corporate gifts, preferably in a higher education environment.

    Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

    • Excellent relationship management
    • Excellent written and oral communication in English.
    • Demonstrated knowledge of cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship strategies.
    • Ability to maintain a high level of poise and professionalism in all circumstances.

    The successful candidate will be energetic, ambitious, goal-oriented and creative, with the ability to work both independently and collaboratively, with a talent for building strong and productive relationships across constituencies.

    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. Only short-listed applicants will be contacted for further process.

  • Career Coach

    About Career Development

    Mission

    We strive to foster opportunities, experiences, connections, and skills to help all Fulbright students and graduates find professional and personal fulfillment across diverse areas of study, interest and career paths.

    Vision

    • We envision the continued positive influence of Fulbright students and graduates on their respective industries, workplaces, communities, Vietnam, and the globe, as well as their continued individual growth.
    • We envision meaningful disruption” in the current higher education and employment landscape in Vietnam, demonstrating how an adaptive liberal arts education adequately prepares students to tackle the most pressing challenges of Vietnam,  the region, and the world.
    • We are seeking a Career Coach for Fulbright’s Career Development team. The position is expected to report directly to the Manager of Partnership Development, Undergraduate Program.
    Scope of Work

    The Career Coach has a unique opportunity to shape the lives of our students through career coaching sessions, programming, and providing the overall support and resources necessary for a high-quality student learning experience. This means the Career Coach can expect a significant portion of their time engaging with our students.

    The Career Coach will also work with internal departments and external partners to diversify and enrich the student learning experience. The Career Coach, and indeed all Fulbright faculty and staff, offer their active and empathetic listening, creative problem-solving skills, and dedication to Fulbright’s mission of building the next generation of Vietnamese leaders equipped with the competencies to tackle global challenges.

    Roles and Responsibilities

    The position’s duties and responsibilities include:

    • Leading individual student coaching sessions, guiding students to better understand and identify their interests, skills, values, and strengths, how they relate to their academic, professional, and personal development, and overall happiness in life.
    • Sourcing and promoting professional and post-graduate opportunities, supporting students through relevant application and interview processes, and providing letters of recommendation or support as appropriate.
    • Addressing any obstacles (academic, professional, or personal) that students may be facing in relation to their career development.
    • Researching, proposing, and executing new initiatives or programs that contribute to the career development of students, enriching their academic, social, and emotional well-being of our students.
    • Developing and maintaining relationships with partners who support the career development of students through programming (e.g. skills workshops), and on occasion, represent Fulbright in these contexts.
    • Working with the Career Development team to develop new and innovative proposals / performance reports to understand efficacy of programs and services offered, ensuring the mission and vision of Career Development is upheld.
    • Willingness to roll-up metaphorical sleeves and support Fulbright not only in Career Development, but more broadly.
    Qualifications
    • Bachelor’s degree, with a preference for majors in education, career development, psychology, student affairs, or related fields.
    • Coaching certification and career coaching experience preferred.
    • Ability to work in an English-speaking environment, with strong written and verbal communication skills.
    • Experience working in active, collaborative, and diverse environments (where diverse represents both modes of thinking and individual backgrounds).
    • Experience with managing projects.
    • Previous experience in a student services/student affairs position would be an advantage.
    • Candidate who demonstrate:
      • Innovative and Creative Thinking: Candidates demonstrate the capacity to combine or synthesize existing ideas, images, or expertise in original ways characterized by a high degree of innovation, divergent thinking, and risk taking. Candidates are prepared for a certain level of uncertainty.
      • Critical Thinking: Candidates demonstrate a habit of mind characterized by the comprehensive exploration of issues, opinions, ideas, and events as a mechanism for formulating a conclusion.
      • Reasoning: Candidates demonstrate a systematic process of exploring issues, questions, or objects through careful analysis of evidence resulting in informed conclusions or judgments.
      • Effective Communication: Candidates demonstrate strong and clear interpersonal speaking and writing skills that foster understanding, can communicate with diverse populations, and actively listen to those they serve.
      • Collaboration: Candidates demonstrate behaviors to successfully function in a team, including ability to interact with difference, engage with new ideas, and can actively listen to other’s opinions.
      • Ethical Reasoning: Candidates have a high-level of integrity and are aware that one of the primary stakeholders they face are our students. Thus, they conduct thorough assessment of personal values and the social context of problems, recognizing ethical issues in a variety of settings, dilemmas, and ramifications of their own actions.
      • Lifelong Learning: Candidates demonstrate a high degree of intrinsic motivation, have a capacity to learn quickly, and can engage in a variety of tasks from start to finish with the aim of enhancing their experience, knowledge, and skills.
    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. Only short-listed applicants will be contacted for further process.

  • Financial Aid Officer

    We are seeking a Financial Aid Officer to support the establishment and operations of Fulbright’s need-based financial aid program. This is a unique opportunity to help craft Vietnam’s first fully need-based financial aid program, an integral component of Fulbright’s educational mission. The position will report directly to the Director of Admissions and Financial Aid.

    Scope of Work

    The Financial Aid Officer is expected to work collaboratively with colleagues in the admissions and financial aid teams, as well as colleagues from other teams such as outreach, communications, and academics and student life.

    The Financial Aid Officer’s main responsibility is supporting the life-cycle of Fulbright’s need-based financial aid program. In addition, the Financial Aid Officer will also support other teams as needed in projects and tasks related to student outreach and admissions.

    Roles and Responsibilities
    • Support the life-cycle of Fulbright’s need-based financial aid program including:
      • Communicate Fulbright’s financial aid approach to prospective students, families, and the public through school visits, public events, and social media
      • Analyze financial aid forms and interviewing families to assess applicants’ financial circumstances
      • Manage data confidentiality and security
      • Provide reporting to philanthropic donors
      • Conduct post-mortem reviews of the financial aid process to identify ways to improve subsequent cycles
    • Support other teams as needed, especially on projects and tasks related to student outreach and admissions.

    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

    Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

    • Excellent Vietnamese and English communication skills (both verbal and written), especially the ability to communicate effectively with students and families
    • Strong alignment with Fulbright’s mission and a passion for working with students
    • Effective project and process management skills
    • A good understanding of the socioeconomic context within Vietnam
    • Ability to analyze complex qualitative and quantitative data to assess financial need
    • Willingness to travel extensively to meet with prospective students and families
    • Willingness to work collaboratively and flexibly on projects beyond their work scope
    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. Only short-listed applicants will be contacted for further process.

  • Finance Business Partner

    We are seeking a Finance Business Partner to join our Finance team. The position is expected to report directly to the Budget and Financial Controller.

    Scope of Work

    Working closely to create a real and active partnership with Business Units’ operation and management. Provide real time support and analysis, advice and add value to assist Business Unit Management in decision making.

    Roles and Responsibilities
    1. Finance Business Partner:
    • Work closely as a partner with Business teams to analyze the short and long-term financial consequences of strategies, goals, and decisions; offer insightful advice, assess historic & current business performance, highlight areas of opportunity for improvement and ad-hoc as business required
    • Demonstrate strong financial management skills to, evaluate and analyze financial data. Keep pace with changing relevant regulations, standards, and business factors that may impact financial performance
    • Partner with Business Management to build the annual budget, tracking actual expenses, manage effort allocation of each personnel in Business Units. Notify Business Management in case of any foreseen budget shortfall and providing solutions
    • Analyze revenue & expenses of programs and consult leaders on improvements in terms of finance
    • Identify key issues in current earnings & spending and offer solutions on building a sustainable development
    • Build standard cost structures for expenses, such as standard costs for Outreach projects, normal events, networking events, …
    • Identify reasonable price for new classes, researches and outreach projects, reasonable % financial aid rate.
    2. Management Reporting and Decision Support
    • Stay alert to internal and external business development and trends
    • Balance profit margins and objectives to maximize financial results
    • Turn financial expertise into clear, compelling recommendations
    • Make certain that solutions are financially sound, and that decision-makers understand the facts before taking any action with a potential impact on the bottom line
    • Understand the interaction of key business drivers
    • Understand the key elements of Fulbright’s financial strategy
    • Articulate key financial concepts and information to both financial and non- financial audiences
    • Provide leadership and partner with other functional teams to establish the ongoing development of financial/management reporting that support the business decisions and strategic goals. Lead standardization, rationalization, and simplification of management reporting for the university
    • Drive reporting improvement through using of technology tools
    • Provide input and identifies opportunities to improve data integrity and usefulness for effective management reporting and implements as appropriate to enhance reporting
    • Partner effectively with Budget & Planning team for reporting and data needs, defining which performance indicators will be needed to explain/measure business performance and the frequency – design and deliver the report with the right level of analysis
    • Control and manage accounts department to ensure it meets company requirement
    • Monitor and manage all aspects relating to cost of classes, initiate and implement any area for cost reduction
    • Collect and analyze financial data to support business decision, provide explanations of deviation to budget and actual
    • Respond to complex ad-hoc requests with constructive and high-quality solutions.
    Qualifications

    Education and experience

    • Bachelor’s degree in Accounting/Finance
    • Mastery in Excel & Power point
    • CMA/CPA certificate is a plus
    • 2-3 years working in Financial Planning & Analysis, especially in a university is an advantage.

    Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

    • Analytical and Logical deduction skills
    • Growth, Lean and Business First mindset
    • Ethical, passionate, and committed
    • Good English language skills
    • Curious, flexible, and open-minded
    • Independent critical thinking
    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. Only short-listed applicants will be contacted for further process.

  • Manager of Partnership

    We are seeking a Manager of Partnership to join Strategic Initiatives and Development. The position is expected to report directly to the Director of Strategic Initiatives and Development.

    Scope of Work
    • Manage and develop relationships with existing partners of FUV
    • Lead on establishing new partnerships in the Vietnam and abroad with industry and private organizations
    • Manage and extend commercial arrangements with other non-delivery partners (e.g. professional bodies).
    Roles and Responsibilities
    • To lead and/or assist the building of FUV’s institutional sustainability plan and other partnership related strategic initiative under the university
    • To lead in identifying target organizations for partnership, matching their needs to the FUV offerings (including research, consultancy, support in scholarship, etc.)
    • To establish external networks relevant to FUV strategic plans to allow representing and promoting FUV and its offer, and to use these channels toidentify potential strategic partnership organizations
    • To identify opportunities for growing the business and maximizing revenue streams from strategic partnership projects, working closely Delivery Partners, university partners and other professional bodies
    • To develop FUV’s university partnerships in line with its strategic plan
    • To identify pain points and challenges for partners/partnerships and provide market guidance and feedback to the relevant internal teams to ensure that high quality of service of FUV with external stakeholders
    • To lead in presenting collaboration opportunities, including in-country delivery projects. To coordinate or drive the delivery of such project plans, working closely with Development and Academic team, to ensure that the offering matches the business needs of the prospective collaboration partner
    • To participate in appropriate working groups and discussion forums; attending and speaking at conferences and reporting back; and contributing to the FUV business plan
    • To provide timely market feedback on program, product, and value-added services opportunities to contribute towards FUV plans and development to support growth
    • To work within the allocated budget and assist the Development Director in setting, evaluating, and managing the annual budget.
    Other duties
    • To assume responsibility for office operations, as necessary
    • To identify, cultivate, recruit and train volunteers for designated projects
    • To undertake any other duties commensurate with the status of the post, as deemed necessary by the Director of Development and Strategic Initiatives
    • To develop for the Director of Development and Strategic Initiatives’ approval and execute plans for the evaluation, cultivation and solicitation of funding, cooperation, support from corporations and foundations.
    Qualifications

     Education and experience

    •  Master’s degree or above preferred
    • 4-6+ year related experience
    • Track record of management capability
    • Specialties in Corporations relationship and external engagement preferred
    • Experience working for Corporations, Foundations or University Development office preferred
    • Proven track record in developing relationship, securing grants and corporate support, consultancy, and research program preferably in a higher education environment.

    Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

    •  Excellent relationship management
    • Excellent written and oral communication in English
    • Demonstrated knowledge of cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship strategies
    • Ability to maintain a high level of poise and professionalism in all circumstances.
    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. Only short-listed applicants will be contacted for further process.

  • Procurement Specialist

    We are seeking a Procurement Specialist to join our Finance team to help build the entire procurement process and support procurement activities at Fulbright University Vietnam (FUV). This individual will organize, control and analyze all Procurement activities and introduce Procurement strategies targeting maximum contribution to the operating result. This position will work with our Finance Team to support the procurement and bidding activities. The position is expected to report directly to the Director of Finance.

    Roles and Responsibilities
    • Build the procurement system based on the existing policies, local regulations, grant policies and regulations;
    • Support contractual and pricing negotiations;
    • Responsible for coordination, implementation and communication of project procurement strategy and activities;
    • Focus on process improvements with operations excellence attitude;
    • Perform procurement activities in line with prioritization and requirement;
    • Define, track and report on scheduling, risk, change, opportunities and resource management;
    • Manage with suppliers and vendors;
    • Support and track procurement activities of the FUV Campus Development Project in District 9, Ho Chi Minh City.
    Qualifications

    Education and experience

    • Bachelor’s degree
    • 5+ years relevant work experience in Strategic Procurement or Project Management

    Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

    • Knowledge of the U.S. Rules and Regulations preferred;
    • Broad supply chain knowledge;
    • Strong knowledge of Excel;
    • Project management skills;
    • Experience leading cross-functional teams;
    • Excellent communication skills.
    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. Only short-listed applicants will be contacted for further process.

  • Registrar and Academic Affairs Officer, FSPPM

    We are seeking a Registrar and Academic Affairs Officer to join Fulbright School of Public Policy and Management (FSPPM). The position is expected to report directly to the Academic Affairs Manager.

    The deadline to apply is 30/9/2020.

    Scope of Work

    The Registrar and Academic Affairs Officer (R-AAO) has the overall responsibility of providing support to Fulbright School of Public Policy and Management (FSPPM)’s academic operations. In particular, the R-AAO assists the Academic Affairs Manager in carrying out the School’s activities relating to admission, teaching, thesis and graduation.

    Roles and Responsibilities

    Admission

    In supporting the admission process, R-AAO will undertake the following responsibilities.

    • Assist the Academic Affairs Manager in the preparation of the FSPPM
    • Brochure and application packages
    • Send out application packages and online newsletters
    • Answer telephone and email inquiries regarding the admissions
    • Receive, check, and verify online applications, including management and preparation of application packages for the selection committee
    • Send entrance exam invitation letters
    • Send out acceptance letters and keep track of confirmation
    • Prepare and send out orientation package
    • Work with IT team in publishing the student picture book.

    Teaching

    As a registrar, R-AAO will undertake the following responsibilities.

    • Prepare and distribute course materials
    • Determine translation needs and receive translation requests from faculty
    • Manage registration and enrolment for elective and optional courses
    • Track class attendance
    • Receive student request for leave of absence
    • Track faculty’s submission of course materials
    • Track student problem set submission
    • Get student feedbacks
    • Prepare transcripts
    • Maintain student academic records

    Thesis and Graduation

    In supporting the thesis and graduation activities, R-AAO will undertake the following responsibilities.

    • Track the students’ submission of thesis proposal, outline, draft, and final reports
    • Provide administrative support to students during thesis preparation
    • Prepare paperwork for thesis defense committees
    • Track and maintain thesis grades
    • Work with the administrative assistant to provide support to the graduation ceremonies

    Academic Affairs

    • R-AAO will work with the AAM to ensure that the programs comply with all relevant regulations and requirements of the University and the Ministry of Education and Training
    • Under the guidance of the AAM, R-AAO will prepare reports and other documentation requested by the School
    • R-AAO will work with the AAM to organize FSPPM’s annual academic calendar, administer admission and graduation activities, and provide academic support to second year students and their faculty advisors
    Qualifications

    Education and experience

    • Bachelor’s degree in relevant fields such as business administration, or education management
    • At least 4-5 years working experience, especially in international education institute is a plus

    Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

    • Excellent written, oral communication & consultancy skills, including preparing and editing reports, policies and procedures
    • High level of English proficiency, equivalent to IELTS 6.5
    • Excellent customer/student services
    • Proactive, must have a can-do” attitude
    • Excellent knowledge of MS Office
    • Ability to perform multiple tasks at one time
    • Excellent organizational skills for paperwork and data management
    • Further education in bookkeeping and scheduling is helpful, but a keen eye for detail is essential
    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. Only short-listed applicants will be contacted for further process.

  • Research Assistant to Dean, FSPPM

    We are seeking a Research Assistant to Dean to assist the Dean of the Fulbright School of Public Policy and Management (FSPPM) of the Fulbright in his academic and policy research. The position is expected to report directly to the Dean of FSPPM. This position involves work on theoretical and empirical research related to economic development, institutional economics, public finance, and international trade.

    Roles and Responsibilities

    The position’s principal duties and responsibilities include:

    • Literature survey and summary of theoretical and empirical findings
    • Designing research, conducting field surveys, and compiling data
    • Performing quantitative and qualitative analyses.
    Qualifications

     Education and experience

    •  Master’s Degree in Law, Economics, Public Policy, or related disciplines by start date

    (required)

    Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

    • Strong analytical and quantitative skills, including coursework in research methods, statistics, and econometrics (required)
    • Being familiar with statistical software like STATA, SPSS etc. (strongly preferred)
    • Being interested in pursuing an academic career in the field of law, economics, or public policy (strongly preferred)
    • Ability to work independently and as part of a team (strongly preferred)
    • Willing to travel and work with local governments and institutions (strongly preferred).
    How to Apply

    Please email a cover letter explaining your interest in the position and resume to jobs@fulbright.edu.vn & jobs.fsppm@fulbright.edu.vn. The position will remain open until filled. Applications must be received by October 15, 2020 for fullest consideration. Only short-listed applicants will be contacted for further process.

  • Research and Outreach Associate, FSPPM

    We are seeking a Research and Outreach Associate to coordinate the Fulbright School of Public Policy and Management’s resources to develop, deliver, and evaluate policy research and outreach activities. The position is expected to report directly to the Dean of FSPPM. This position involves work on applied and empirical research related to economic development, urban development, and public governance at both central, regional, and local levels.

    Roles and Responsibilities
    • Participate and support senior instructors in teaching activities
    • Design and conduct policy research, particularly at the regional and local levels
    • Support and maintain the FSPPM’s reputation for excellence in policy research and engagement
    • Participate in the FSPPM’s teaching activities at both fulltime and executives education programs
    • Generate innovative public engagement activities in order to disseminate informed knowledge and get understanding from the FSPPM’s research to a wider community of public policy makers and analysts
    • Assist the Directors of MPP and AA in student recruitment activities. 
    Qualifications

    Education and experience 

    • Master’s Degree in Law, Economics, Public Policy, or related disciplines by start date (required)
    • Strong background and experience working with the government, both at central and local levels.

    Knowledge, Skills and Abilities 

    • Ability to mobilize institutional resources, including faculty, alumni, and academic/professional networks for developing, delivering, and evaluating policy research
    • Strong analytical and quantitative skills, including coursework in research methods, statistics, and econometrics (required)
    • Being interested in pursuing an academic career in the field of law, economics, or public policy (strongly preferred)
    • Ability to work independently and as part of a team (strongly preferred)
    • Willing to travel and work with local governments and institutions (strongly preferred).
    How to Apply

    Please email a cover letter explaining your interest in the position and resume to jobs@fulbright.edu.vn & jobs.fsppm@fulbright.edu.vn. The position will remain open until filled. Applications must be received by October 15, 2020 for fullest consideration. Only short-listed applicants will be contacted for further process.

  • Senior Financial Accountant

    We are seeking a Senior Financial Accountant to join Finance team. The position is expected to report directly to the Internal Controller.

    Roles and Responsibilities

    The position’s duties and responsibilities include:

    1. Income Management 
    • Manage all sources of income including tuition, project/research income, donation, and other sources.
    • Process accounts receivables transactions such as billing, posting, invoice issuance, customer payments, revenue allocation and analyze income information.
    • Collaborate closely with Admission, Registrar and Billing teams as well as with variety of other internal departments to keep track of all customer information, incoming payments in Salesforces system.
    • Provide 1st tier billing support and effective resolution through investigation and analysis of customer’s concerns or issues and ensure customers are provided accurate and complete resolution in a timely manner.
    • Administer customer and donor data information in many facets of billing cycle, fundraising process, etc. in Accounting system.
    • Manage Accounts Receivable mailbox to attend to inquiries and gather documentations such as payment instructions, contracts, gift agreements, award agreements, etc.
    • Prepare monthly income reports required by management such as AR ageing, clearing account status, donation, incoming payment projection, etc. Prepare and issue statutory forms for donation acknowledgement.
    2. Statutory Financial Management and Analysis 
    • Ensure that all business transactions have been properly accounted for and reflect the company’s accounting process, completeness and accuracy of trial balance.
    • Prepare bank reconciliation reports on a regular basis by comparing book and bank balances to ensure integrity of company’s finances.
    • Generate risk management reports based on existing system data to ensure regulatory compliance.
    • Perform other general ledger functions: accounting for prepaid expenses, accrued liabilities, fixed asset tracking, depreciation and amortization, equity, and interest income and expense, etc.
    • Responsible for Financial Reporting and its analysis and focal point for coordination with Auditor, Tax Agent and other Reportorial Requirements of 3rd parties.
    • Ensure that month end financial reports are properly prepared.
    • Prepare Statutory management reports by collecting, analyzing, and summarizing account information and trends such as employees’ fringe benefits, fund usage, cash flow management, etc.
    3. Process Improvement and Others
    • Ensure law compliance to avoids legal challenges.
    • Spot errors and suggest ways to improve efficiency and spending
    • Review and recommend modifications to accounting systems and procedures
    • Develop and document business processes and accounting policies to maintain and strengthen internal controls.
    • Communicate process objectives, steps, and changes to ensure processes are performed in compliance with company close schedule.
    • Ensure compliance with VAS principles and have knowledge about GAAP, IFRS is a plus.
    • Keep abreast with and disseminate rules and regulations of U.S Federal (CFR – Code of Federal Regulations) affecting accounting, financial and tax matters for better compliance
    • Liaise with Internal Controller to improve financial procedures.
    • Ensures that all confidential information is secured and only disclosed in accordance with Company policies.
    • Contributes to team effort by accomplishing related results as needed.
    Qualifications

     Education and experience 

    • Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting or Finance
    • At least 2 years’ working experience in the related field required

    Knowledge, Skills and Abilities 

    • IFRS or GAAP knowledge preferred
    • Well versed in Invoice, Tax regulations, Accounting Standards, Financial Analysis
    • Possess a competitive analytical and solving problem skills and keen attention to details
    • Advanced Microsoft Office skills and good working knowledge in accounting systems (MS Dynamics for Finance and Operation – D365FO is a plus), billing systems
    • Fluent in English
    • Integrity and Honesty
    • Good time management, organizational and work prioritization skills
    • Good attention to details and analytical abilities
    • Willingness to learn, openness to new ideas, as well as ability to innovate new processes are all pluses.
    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. Only short-listed applicants will be contacted for further process.

  • Strategy and Operations Officer

    About the Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation

    The CEI is Fulbright’s very first university center, established in summer 2019 to empower future entrepreneurs and innovators to go after Vietnam and the region’s greatest challenges and opportunities. The CEI’s mandate is to work with future entrepreneurs and innovators broadly, including but not limited to Fulbright’s full-time student body. Link to the CEI’s website.

    As the youngest unit of Fulbright, the CEI is still very much a startup within a startup university, and there is near unlimited potential for growth and impact. Since its inception in 2019, the CEI has made rapid progress in cultivating entrepreneurial talent, both in terms of Fulbright students and the broader youth population in Vietnam. The CEI has, in the past year, organized:

    • An entrepreneurial work-study program called the Venture Fellows Program, where we selected, trained, placed, and supported undergraduate students to intern at Vietnam’s leading startup and technology companies
    • An entrepreneurship bootcamp with Reactor School, a leading entrepreneurship education organization out of Singapore
    • A two-day nationwide hackathon with AngelHack, Amazon Web Services, IBM, and VietnamPost
    • Seminars on venture capital investing with Hustle Fund, a global venture capital firm
    • A corporate training workshop pilot program in collaboration with a University of Michigan Ross School of Business marketing professor, John Branch
    • Numerous panels and workshops on entrepreneurship and venture capital by startup founders and venture capitalists in the region

    The CEI has also engaged over 50 companies, investors, and educators in Vietnam and across the region to bring expertise to our students and community.

    In the upcoming year, the CEI is seeking to accelerate its growth further. Priorities are likely to include, but are not limited to, the following initiatives:

    • Expanding the Venture Fellows Program to include new geographies and/or new focus tracks
    • Establishing an international-standard professional education program for Vietnam and Southeast Asia’s rising leaders, with a focus on entrepreneurship, technology and innovation
    • Establishing a formal undergraduate curriculum offering for Fulbright students
    • Conducting intensive immersion experiences such as entrepreneurship bootcamps and hackathons
    • Organizing a region-wide conference for rising Southeast Asian leaders on the future of education

    In time, as Fulbright matures as an institution, we envision the CEI to incubate and accelerate startups and innovative projects – especially those that tackle Vietnam’s most important challenges.

    The Team

    The CEI is led by Spencer Ton. As the CEI’s Director, Spencer leverages his 12 years of experience building and scaling startup initiatives to establish and lead the CEI’s student programs, develop executive education, foster partnerships with the private sector and other institutions, as well as design alternative revenue generation activities. In addition, Spencer also supports Fulbright’s fundraising and strategic priorities.

    Prior to joining Fulbright, Spencer was the Vice President of Strategic Initiatives at the African Leadership Group, a Partner at Vitrum Capital, the Founding Executive Director at the Cordes Foundation, and a Director at the Global Center for Social Entrepreneurship at the University of the Pacific. Spencer serves on a number of boards including Educate!, Design Capital Asia, and was formerly a Trustee at the Ashesi University Foundation, an American style liberal arts University in Ghana.

    The team is also supported by Chien-Teng Chia, who serves as the current Officer. Over the last year, Chien-Teng has helped transform the CEI from an idea into a thriving center, including developing and executing on the Venture Fellows Program and various other immersion experiences. Prior to Fulbright, Chien-Teng was a consultant with McKinsey & Company, serving public and private sector clients in Europe, North America, and Asia.

    Fulbright is seeking a high-potential Strategy and Operations Officer who will support the planning, execution, and improvement of CEI initiatives. In particular, Fulbright is seeking an officer with an all-rounded toolkit (e.g., analytical and critical thinking skills, project management, stakeholder engagement and management, and program development) who is ready to roll up their sleeves and roll with the punches to establish Fulbright’s ambition for the CEI. The role is flexible, there are plenty of opportunities for the responsibilities to be scaled up to meet the needs and capabilities of the officer.

    In the upcoming year, the CEI is seeking to accelerate its growth further. Priorities are likely to include, but are not limited to, the following initiatives:

    • Expanding the Venture Fellows Program to include new geographies and/or new focus tracks
    • Establishing an international-standard professional education program for Vietnam and Southeast Asia’s rising leaders, with a focus on entrepreneurship, technology and innovation
    • Establishing a formal undergraduate curriculum offering for Fulbright students
    • Conducting intensive immersion experiences such as entrepreneurship bootcamps and hackathons
    • Organizing a region-wide conference for rising Southeast Asian leaders on the future of education.
    Roles and Responsibilities

    The specific scope of work for the Strategy and Operations Officer includes but is not limited to:

    • In partnership with the CEI Director, establishing an ambitious vision and plan for the CEI, building off of the progress made to date and at the same time putting one’s own mark
    • Ideating, building, executing, and continuously improving CEI programs, such as expanding the Venture Fellows Program internationally and creating new initiatives for the CEI
    • Building a strong and motivated team to execute the CEI’s ambitious vision in a high-quality way
    • Engaging and mentoring students who are interested in entrepreneurship and innovation
    • Cultivating a strong network of entrepreneurs, innovators, and corporations in Vietnam and the region
    • Developing strong partnerships with academic institutions and faculty members, especially overseas
    • Ensuring the CEI’s financial health, both by building revenue-generating programs and by fundraising with donors, government agencies, and foundations
    • Working effectively with the broader Fulbright team, including students, faculty, staff, and trustees, to secure support for the CEI, and support the establishment of Fulbright University Vietnam more broadly.
    Qualifications

    Education and experience

    • At least Bachelor’s degree
    • At least 2 years of work experience in related fields such as management consulting (e.g., MBB, Big 4) and education management (e.g., Minerva, Teach for All). Other related fields include venture capital, investment banking, or product management

    Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

    • Strong leadership and management skills, including the ability build lasting external relationships, engage and mentor students, lead teams, and work cross-functionally with colleagues across Fulbright
    • Sharp problem-solving, including the ability to react quickly and creatively to unexpected changes
    • Excellent communication skills, including the ability to speak credibly to both industry and academic audiences, and serve as a bridge between the two
    • Alignment with Fulbright’s mission and a passion for entrepreneurship, innovation, and education
    • Fluency in the Vietnamese language is a plus, but not required
    How to Apply

    Please complete application form here.  The position will remain open until filled. Only short-listed applicants will be contacted for further process.