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Relationship Manager, MBA Career Management, Wharton SchoolJob Profile Title
Coordinator BJob Description Summary
Reporting to the Sr. Associate Director of Employer Engagement, the Relationship Manager (RM) manages entire life cycle, from initial outreach and cultivation, to year-over-year expansion and partnership development of relationships with a diverse set of employers by serving as primary contact for all aspects of engagement across mature and enterprise sectors, in support of Wharton MBA students internship and full time job searches, both domestic and international. With recruiting and talent pipeline management changing rapidly, this role is expected to fully understand the current landscape as well as anticipate and adapt to trends in MBA talent acquisition. This knowledge is mission critical to the success of our stakeholders, by making it seamless and easy for employer partners to work with the MBACM office to identify talent as well as offer proactive, value-add service levels at every point in the recruiting calendar. This role works in significant partnership with Senior Associate Directors on Industry Team(s) to add insights to employer conversations from student advising, and vice versa, to foster data-driven, company specific, recruiting strategies. This position requires creativity to draft custom tailored employer engagement plans, attention to detail to plan and executive employer strategies as well as adapt and iterate to changes, and a genuine interest in working to deliver best-in-class service for companies recruiting at Wharton.Job Description
This highly collaborative role sits at the intersection of students and employers and plays a significant role in driving student offer success and larger MBACM Team satisfaction. This position may include some or all of the following responsibilities for their assigned industries that will fluctuate over the academic year:
- Researching, drafting, and overseeing planning and implementation of all recruiting initiatives and sharing best practices with MBACM colleagues and feedback to employers, in both virtual and in-person formats with a goal of making recruiting at Wharton as simple as possible to deliver leading satisfaction.
- Inviting and cultivating connected communities of employers, recruiters, alumni and students in an ever-expanding set of industries, geographies, and interests with the goal meeting and exceed stakeholder expectations.
- Work to plan and deliver personalized recruiting plans based on the unique talent and timeline needs of the employer including hosting both small-scale intimate and large-scale comprehensive events such as informational panels, small group lunches, and enterprise insights events that support employer brand and educate students to make informed choices on experiential and educational opportunities and for students to learn more about industries and roles.
- New business development, both virtually and in person, within their industries including outreach to new companies and increasing the Wharton hiring footprint across companies where relationships currently exist including existing recruiting partners and developing new employer relationships, connecting to alumni within our employer firms, and outreach to Wharton colleagues such as External Affairs, Research Centers, Faculty, and others that could offer insight and value to the employer relationship.
The RM serves as a co-liaison with student professional clubs and MBACM advisor(s) to support club adoption and usage of career management tools, supporting club business development and partnering with club leaders to identify target companies and contacts to institutionalize relationships and grow engagement. In addition, the RM may help to plan and attends treks, club-sponsored career events, and support year-over-year club leadership succession and transition of knowledge sharing.
The RM manages the recruiting platform (CareerPath) utilized by all recruiters and students, including requests for in-person and virtual engagement, such as job postings, events, interview schedules, coffee chats, ‘CM OpportunityWeeks’ and ‘Enterprise Insights’ events across mature and enterprise recruiting. The RM is responsible for scheduling interviews and signups for employer recruiting and student-to-alumni connectivity events, with a high degree of attention to detail to ensure success as well as working to support post event survey outreach and review with an improvement mindset.
The RM serves on various, integrated internal project teams to build out best-in-class initiatives across marketing, events, business development, and technology improvements, including MAP, Wharton Alumni Career Chats platform, Enterprise Recruiting Lab, Peer Career Chats program, Alumni Supporting Careers program, and enhancing CareerPath features.
The RM is responsible for staying up-to-date on key recruiting statistics and trends, educating students and staff on industry hiring trends, company-specific updates, and the recruiting processes for various industries, using channels such as CareerPath recruiting platform, MyWharton, Salesforce platform, and our proprietary ‘My Action Plan’ (MAP) platform.
Lastly, the RM provides input and information for planning each upcoming recruiting year by month and forecasted budget needs by month; analyzes and recommends policy changes related to the recruiting process as part of an office team such as offer deadline and policy non-compliance; solicits student and employer feedback through various means, such as surveys and focus groups to make data-driven decisions; develops and executes communication strategies that are on MBACM brand and templates to stakeholders along with senior administration.Job Location - City, State
Bachelor’s degree required. A minimum of three to five years of prior work experience in MBA recruiting services or direct industry experience preferred; or equivalent combination of education and experience. A strong customer service mentality and client management skills including solid presentation and outstanding inter- personal skills as well as ability to manage multiple tasks. Excellent organizational capabilities, attention to detail, and demonstrated ability to work independently or as part of team in order to support both students and employers. A solid understanding of career development and recruiting process or related areas in either business or in an academic setting. Good knowledge of business and business careers along with strong written and oral communication skills. Highly skilled at using PC-based systems/applications and prior experience with internet based research. Intermediate Microsoft Excel skills desired. Must be flexible and respect confidentiality.
Philadelphia, PennsylvaniaDepartment / School
Wharton SchoolPay Range
$42,953.00 - $77,315.00
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