Provides career assistance, occupational research and guidance to undergraduates, graduate students and alumni on a one-on-one and small group basis. Manages campus internship program, including employer development as needed. Provides instructional and administrative support as assigned by the Director of Career Services.
Bachelor’s Degree required; master’s degree preferred.
At least three (3) years of experience required.
Required experience must be in areas such as recruiting, student affairs, career counseling, or other closely-related fields.
Familiarity with federal employment laws, workforce development issues, strategies for job seekers, career counseling and advisement strongly preferred.
Strong people skills. Excellent written and oral communication skills, including presentation skills; strong time, organizational, and project management skills; strong marketing and computer skills. Ability to work as a part of a team.
Ability to establish rapport with students, faculty and employers, and to handle multiple tasks and projects on a short deadline. Must be able to maintain a professional demeanor.