Graduate Law Program Coordinator

Location:  Phnom Penh, Cambodia
Schedule:  Full-time
Department:  Academic Affairs
Supervisor:  Associate Vice President of Academic and Student Affairs

Job Summary

The Graduate Law Programs Coordinator will provide advising and administrative support to the graduate law programs. He/she will build effective relationships with AUPP faculty, staff, administrators, students, and alumni in relevant areas as well as community relationships. Assist the Dean of School of Graduate Studies with advising and registration of graduate law students. This is a twelve-month position that has a teaching load of up to two classes fall/spring and summer semester.

Job Responsibilities

Coordinate and facilitate the recruitment and admissions of prospective graduate law students and participate in campus open house events.
Maintain master records for all program student, metrics to track student’s enrollment targets, program progression through retention, and graduation requirement for graduate law students in coordination with the Dean of School of Graduate Studies and the Office of Academic Affairs
Manage program related files not limited to course descriptions, syllabus and documents related to the curriculum for graduate law programs
Oversee the program curriculum to ensure the relevance with the market needs by establishing Advisory counsel with relevant industry partners.
To assist with advising and registration of graduate law students in the absence of their assigned Faculty advisor(s).
Participate in business and social community events to promote the graduate law programs and to build a connection between industries and the graduate law program
Work closely with the Dean of Graduate Studies and Undergraduate Law Program to maintain synergy from undergrad to graduate law
Monitor non-compliant students for further action and counselling by Dean, AVPASA, and VPASA as needed.
Assign/re-assign advisors as per students’ academic year and progression
Collaborate with the Dean with forecasting of courses as per graduate law study plan on a semester basis through SIS audit for submission to Academic Affairs office.
Assist the academic advisors training as needed along with participation with recruitment activities.
Work with the Dean of School of Graduate Studies, AVPASA, and VPASA as needed on faculty recruitment and retention.
Provide orientation for new graduate law student and ongoing opportunities for academic and professional development
Manage communications among the graduate law department, the students, and relevant stakeholders within the university
Ensure college compliance with all accreditations, ministries, and regulatory agencies
Provide support to students by encouraging them to use all facilities provided by the university, i.e., Learning center, library, UA office etc.

Minimum Requirements

Master’s degree in law and/or a relevant field
Professional working experience in legal education in the Kingdom of Cambodia is preferred.
Excellent communication skills in English are required (additional skills in Khmer are preferred but not required).
Ability to take initiative,work independently, and think critically is a plus.
Excellent attention and organizational skills are needed.
Experience with technology and analytics in a student information system
Ability to work successfully with diverse populations and understand the unique challenges faced by diverse populations.
Ability to work a flexible schedule, as needed; this may include occasional work on evenings or weekends.

How To Apply

To apply, please submit the following documents to the Human Resources Office via [email protected] or our online job application form:

Curriculum Vitae & Cover Letter
Statement on Leadership, Teaching and Research Philosophy
COVID-19 Vaccine Card & ID Card/Passport

Chat to Recruitment team via t.me/tphauppcareer (098888742)

We would appreciate it if you could use the designation: “[Graduate Law Program Coordinator] – Applicant Full Name” in the subject line.

Note: Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted for interviews. Inquiries can be directed to the email provided.