1) Utilize first-hand knowledge and skills gained from recent industry experience to successfully counsel and advise Fried students interested in a career in a variety of fields, including public policy, law, non-profits, government and advocacy organizations.
2) Assist students with professional resumes/cover letters, general career guidance and industry exploration discussions.Â
3) Plan, design and support the execution of student workshops, student competitions, and immersion programming.
4) Collaborate on the administration of the selective Public Policy Leaders Program and assist the Fried Public Policy and Service Program Director in recruiting speakers, delivering workshops, and advising students participating in this program.
5) Manage and administer employer treks.Â This includes (but not limited to) connecting with firms/offices and alumni and developing the trek schedule and logistics.
6) Maintain efficient methods to track student data, quantify student engagement, and report on student outcomes as needed.
7) Collaborate with the Employer Relations and Development team to identify and conduct outreach with employers that lead to on campus recruiting for both internships and full-time opportunities.
8) Develop and maintain relationships with campus partners as well as with a variety of Registered Student Organizations (RSOs).
1) Deep commitment to customer service and the ability to multitask, meet deadlines, and work successfully in a fast-paced environment.
2) Experience developing and delivering presentations.
3) Experience working with college-aged students and/or new recent college graduates strongly preferred; experience developing and managing an internship program a plus.
4) Expertise in program development, or a related area.
5) Demonstrated success in maintaining collaborative relationships with diverse constituencies.
6) Strong coaching or counseling skills.
7) Excellent verbal and written communications skills. Strong interpersonal, quantitative, and networking skills.
8) Ability to communicate to large groups as well as one-on-one with students, senior management, faculty, and alumni.
9) Ability to thrive in a dynamic environment and respond to change positively.
10) Interpersonal skills; strong customer service focus and a high level of professionalism when interacting with internal and external clients.
11) Outcomes-driven and action-oriented attitude.
12) Ability to handle sensitive matters with tact and discretion and maintain confidentiality.
13) Ability to prioritize work and meet deadlines.
Working ConditionsÂ 1)Â Ability to work evening hours and weekends on an occasional basis (generally 1-2 days per month). 2) Willingness and ability to travel (generally two or three times per year)
Education 1)Â Bachelorâ™s degree ,
2) Masterâ™s Degree in Public Policy, or a related field Â
Experience 1)Â Minimum of three years of professional experience working in a law firm, legal advocacy organization, or public policy organization.
Technical Knowledge/Skills 1)Â Microsoft Excel and PowerPoint.Â 2)Â Â Â Expertise in counseling, program development, or a related area. 3)Â Â Â Knowledge of career development theory and strong coaching or counseling skills.
Required Documents 1)Â Resume 2)Â Cover Letter 3)Â References
NOTE: Â When applying all documents MUST be uploaded under the RESUME/CV section of the application. Â
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