Job no: 498224
Department: Center for Career Exploration and Success
Location: Oxford, OH
Work type: Student
Categories: Career Services
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Advertised: 07 Jan 2021 Eastern Standard Time
8.95/hr - 9.80/hrJob Summary:
Center for Career Exploration & Success Mission
This Center empowers undergraduate and graduate students to engage in career exploration and experiential learning to optimize their professional and personal potential through connections with employers and the Miami career community. This engagement also deepens self-knowledge, enabling students to choose meaningful career paths and excel in a diverse, global society.
Peer Career Coaches Team
The objective is to elevate and foster substantive engagement for career exploration. The Peer Career Coaches are a dedicated team of students who have specialized training in career development and a passion to support students on their career and professional journey.
Position - Student Mock Interviewer
Center for Career Exploration and Success is offering paid mock interviewer positions to individuals of current junior status and graduate-level students who are interested in providing feedback and coaching about interviewing techniques to students. Additional responsibilities include facilitating resume reviews, facilitating career development workshops, and presentations on the topics relevant to career development including Basic Interviewing Skills Workshop.
Remuneration is $8.85/hour (includes training and meeting times) as a Student Associate.
Become an expert interviewer. A great experience for anyone who will interview others as part of a future job/career.
Sharpen listening and feedback skills.
Gain personal satisfaction from helping other Miami students.
Interested candidates should apply via PageUp by submitting a resume and cover letter no later than Monday, February 22nd.
Lead students through a 45-minute interview process with questions provided by CCES
Provide student feedback using the standards provided by CCES and rating on key areas as identified on CCES forms provided
Facilitate Basic Interviewing Skills Workshops
Participate in a training program held the week before classes start in Fall Semester 2021
Conduct 12 - 15 hours per week of mock interviewing and critiquing and facilitating career development workshops and presentations.
Attend a one-hour (1) weekly meeting.
Dress professionally when acting in the capacity of an In-person and virtual Mock Interviewer or facilitating workshops and presentations.
Be able to work and attend training in BOTH Fall and Spring Term.
Evening hours available.Minimum Qualifications:
Junior class in good standing (senior class standing in the fall) or graduate student.
Seeking individuals with maturity, motivation, and commitment.
Show a commitment to diversity by accepting and learning from others while creating and maintaining an atmosphere of positive engagement.
Demonstrate strong leadership and collaborative skills.
Willing to serve in a role model capacity to other students.
Sincere interest in the interview process and in providing constructive feedback to students.Special Instructions to Applicants:
Interested candidates should apply via PageUp by submitting a resume and cover letter no later than Monday, February 22nd.EO/AA Statement/Clery Act:
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