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    Texas A&M University at Qatar

    Education, Training, and Library
    Qatar - Doha
    Employer (Public Sector)
    500 Employees or more


    Texas A&M University at Qatar

    Research emphasis areas include environmental issues, advanced water treatment technologies, chemical process safety, petroleum reservoir studies, mathematical modeling, machinery and controls, telecommunications, transportation and roads, electric power generation, distribution and machinery, chemistry, and physics.

    155 graduates since December 2010.

    Student body of nearly 400 comprising students from more than 20 countries.

    The inaugural class of Texas A&M at Qatar began on September 7, 2003, with 29 students, of whom 24 were Qatari and 15 of these were female students.

    Texas A&M at Qatar has more than 20 student organizations and clubs representing students’ diversified interests that range from academic activities to entertainment. Clubs activities range from hosting lectures and art exhibitions to organizing sports activities and environmental awareness activities.

    A student leadership exchange program takes place in the spring of each academic year where 10 students from College Station visit the Qatar campus for a week over spring break and in return 10 Texas A&M at Qatar students visit the College Station campus for a week over their spring break.

    For more information: visit :http://www.qatar.tamu.edu/


    The Program Coordinator in the Office of Development, Engagement and Outreach at Texas A&M University at Qatar is responsible for providing broad communication, administrative and logistical support for programs, activities and events associated with the Dhia: Engineering Leaders initiative. This position requires exceptional Arabic- and English-language communication skills to support and enhance outreach efforts and events designed to stimulate learning among Qatari students through pre-college academic enrichment programs. This position is funded by limited-term grant money and is eligible for a one-year appointment with the possibility for a one-year renewal.   Program Communications Duties (60% effort) Liaises with sponsors, university administrators and other stakeholders to identify messaging priorities and publicity opportunities across a range of electronic and print media in Arabic and English. Researches, writes and edits media advisories, news releases and talking points for events and programs in the sponsorship portfolio. Coordinates with sponsors and the Office of Marketing and Communications to ensure accurate and timely dissemination and publication of news releases and advertising. Tracks media coverage and prepares monthly reports on exposure and publicity related to sponsored programs and activities. Coordinates with sponsors, external vendors and the Office of Marketing and Communications to develop, design and produce printed and digital collateral and communication media to support and promote events and programs in the sponsorship portfolio. Coordinates Arabic- and English-language social media to promote and build awareness for sponsored programs and activities.   Program Administration Duties (20% Effort) Supports sponsored programs and activities through administrative tasks including but not limited to correspondence, photocopying and scheduling. Liaises with Qatar schools to apprise administrators, teachers and students of opportunities to engage in academic enrichment programs. Coordinates stakeholder engagement activities including planning meetings, specialized activities, ad-hoc projects and long-term initiatives. Assists with recording and tracking participation and attendance data for schools, teachers and students involved in academic enrichment programs.   Event Support Duties (15% Effort) Coordinates among faculty and academic support staff to plan, schedule, organize and evaluate logistics for sponsored programs, activities and events. Identifies and books event venues and space in consultation with the events team in the Office of Marketing and Communications; ensures proper setup of facilities and audiovisual systems. Liaises with the events team in the Office of Marketing and Communications to ensure compliance with policies and procedures related to events, catering, protocol and visitor relations. Provides Arabic-English translation assistance when required.
    Job Role: Administration Company Industry: Education, Training, and Library Career Level: Mid Career
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