Regional Dean’s Office (Hamilton & Middletown Campuses): Regional Assistant Director of Career Development to work collaboratively with the Career Services & Professional Development director and staff to deliver career coaching services and programs strategically devised for students of the Miami University Regionals campuses. Conduct career coaching appointments to assist students with career exploration, and choosing a major or career path; plan/implement career development programs; provide in-class presentations; and prepare students for successful job search readiness prior to graduation. Serve as a liaison to faculty and staff, assist with planning, and implementation of career development events (e.g., career fairs, majors showcase, career communities, and etiquette dinners). Enhance individualized career development for all students on the Miami Regionals campuses. Position reports to the Regional Director of Career Services & Professional Development.
Develop career advising structures, mentoring opportunities, job shadowing and programmatic ways to support all Miami Regionals students with career exploration and decision making
Provide 1:1, group, and in class career coaching
Interpret career assessment results and coach students toward making informed decisions about choosing a major and/or a career path
Equip students with developing their job search readiness tool box:
Engage with students in-person and virtually for career coaching sessions
Train and supervise student Career Ambassadors
In collaboration with supervisor and the Career Services Center mission, execute career development strategy including career advising, programs, and services to students based on NACE competencies and standards
Serve as a liaison to designated academic departments, communicating regularly with faculty, staff, students, student groups, and alumni regarding career development activities and programming
Collaborate with career community advisory groups to plan and implement career development programming
Support programming and outreach to underserved student populations and alumni
Teach career development courses as needed (e.g., EDL 100)
Assist in the planning and implementation of career development special events, programs, labs, career fairs, and other events as needed
Develop new content and maintain the career services website
Maintain social media sites for career services to promote services, resources, and events
Serve on appropriate campus committees and engage in regular professional development
Assist with collecting and reporting assessment data for career services
Other duties as assigned
Require: Master’s degree, by date of appointment, in student development, workforce education, psychology, social work or a related field of study; one year of experience in career development, student development, workforce development, education or a related field (experience and education may be gained concurrently). This position is available to persons who are currently authorized to work in the United States on a full-time and indefinite basis. (Persons authorized to work on such a basis include US citizens, lawful permanent residents (“green card” holders), asylees, refugees, and temporary residents under IRCA.)
Desire: Proven knowledge of career development theories; effective interpersonal skills, including verbal and written communications, management and training/teaching abilities; advanced project and program management abilities; proven ability to advise students; knowledge of job search preparation and strategies in a variety of career fields; website and social media content development experience.
All applicants must apply online and submit cover letter and resume to http://jobs.miamioh.edu/cw/en-us/job/496305/. Direct inquiries to Doug Reichenberger at firstname.lastname@example.org. Review of applications begins on December 2, 2019 and continues until position is filled.
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