Collections Officer

 

Collections Officer is responsible for collections through telephone and personal contact in an office setting, by written and electronic correspondence and relevant legal action. Collections Officer negotiates repayment schedules and creates repayment agreements and settlements. She/he maintains collection records in both an electronic and paper format. She/he is capable of clearly explaining Anatolia’s policies and legal requirements; and she/he performs related duties as required.

 

Reports to Vice President of Finance and Human Resources

 

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Director of Security and Cleaning (DOSC)

 

Anatolia College, one of Greece’s oldest American educational institutions, seeks a Director of Security and Cleaning (DOSC) who will lead the security and cleaning team to enhance and develop security and cleaning services for the entire institution.

The DOSC is responsible for programming, organizing, coordinating and guiding the employees in security and cleaning matters. The DOSC is responsible for monitoring all activities that take place on campus, and campus security within the school’s buildings. The DOSC is also accountable for the security system, the surveillance cameras, the safety equipment and the boiler room, and gives guidance and instructions on cleaning matters for the whole institution.

Reports to the Vice President of Operations and Planning

 

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Director of International Programs

 

ACT has a diverse multicultural student body, a good percentage of which includes degree seeking students, mostly from Southern European countries and a large number of study abroad students from U.S. colleges and universities. The International Programs Office (I.P.O.), founded in 2008, develops and oversees all study abroad programs, develops and maintains partnership agreements, aspires and maintains best practices in providing study abroad services to non-local students. Its mission is to provide a safe and productive living/learning environment for all non-local students studying at ACT.

 

With over 40 partner schools in the U.S., the College runs -often in close collaboration with its partners, study abroad semester long programs, freshman and pre-freshman programs, summer programs, faculty led and custom tailored programs,  thematic programs, intensive graduate and undergraduate special programs which may include internships and/or  community service/ service learning modules. 

The projected number of U.S. students at ACT during the 2014-2015 academic year is approximately 450 students.

 

Required skills and experience for the position include: 

  • College degree (preferably in education)
  • Fluency in English and Greek (both oral and written language)
  • Working knowledge of the American Higher Education System
  • Administrative experience in developing, supervising and executing educational programs
  • Good management skills
  • Experience in supervising people
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Pre-active and solution oriented thinking and professional stance

 -Three years of experience in the relevant field will be desirable.

While applications will continue to be accepted until the position is filled, interested applicants are encouraged to submit their credentials by November 21, 2014.

 

Interested applicants should submit their credentials in English including up-to-date curriculum vitae and a letter of interest focusing on the goals and responsibilities of this position to hr@act.edu  titled “Director of International Programs”

 

Anatolia College Libraries Director

 

Anatolia College, one of Greece’s oldest American educational institutions, seeks a Library Director who will lead the library team to enhance and develop library services and collections for the American College of Thessaloniki, a four-year college regionally accredited in the U.S. by NEASC, Anatolia High School a 6-year Greek high school and Anatolia Elementary School, a 6 year Greek Primary School.

The Library Director is responsible for the operations of the two Anatolia Libraries, both located on the institution’s campus in Pylaia at Thessaloniki, Greece.  In addition to collection management, evaluation and assessment of both print and non-print resources, the Director is responsible for the training, supervision and evaluation of library staff who function as one team.  The Director also works closely with faculty and with information technology staff to deliver an information literacy/research skills program that is integrated into the curriculum. The Anatolia College Library Director reports to the Vice President for Operations and Planning and works closely with the ACT Provost, the Vice President for the Secondary Education and the Elementary Principal.

 

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Chair, Anatolia School of Business

 

The Anatolia School of Business of the American College of Thessaloniki (ACT) seeks a dynamic educator/leader to fill the position of Chair. The School of Business at ACT offers undergraduate programs in Finance, Management, Marketing, and International Business. Additionally, the School of Business offers an MBA program.

 

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