The Gleacher Career Resource Center (CRC) is embedded within the Career Services department at Chicago Booth dedicated to career research and data analysis. The Associate Director, Career Resource Center is part of a global Career Services team providing career management and research support to Chicago Booth MBA students and alumni as well as sound analysis, synthesis, and packaging of employment reporting and survey projects. This role, based at the Gleacher Center (downtown Chicago), focuses primarily on students in the Evening, Weekend, and Executive MBA programs as well as alumni. PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Oversee and operate the physical and virtual research facilities resource access, and program delivery across Gleacher Center, Hong Kong, and London campuses. Assess resource collection (e.g. books, periodicals, research databases) and programming, vet and implement potential resource additions, and develop new programming and support tools.-- In collaboration with peers at the Harper Center, develop policies and procedures for resource development, database vendor selection, management, and negotiations as well asbest practices that benefit alumni, Evening, Weekend, Executive, and Full-Time MBA populations. -- Resolve student database issues by working with vendors and Booth Information Technology department.Acquire, maintain, and apply expert knowledge of resources and share that knowledge to relevant constituencies through one-on-one coaching appointments, live and virtual presentations, and online and print guides.-- Develop and maintain fluency in current trends in MBA careers and job market, industries, and specific companies. -- Train staff in using the resources available and support the efforts of the corporate-facing teams by providing insight into industry trends, companies hiring/laying off, and overall target list, and research resources to streamline their efforts. -- Develop and deliver instructional programs and presentations to students and staff on overall resource collection, and function-, industry-, and geography-specific search tools. Develop online and print instructional materials (resource guides, how to's, presentation slides, etc.) for live delivery as well as webinar/webcast or pre-recorded video, or web publication. Coordinate resources and relationships amongst the Harper and Gleacher Center Career Management team, Regenstein Library, Computing Services, Faculty, other Booth departments/centers and Career Services team. Drive analytics to develop insights and test hypothesis, ultimately inform Career Services strategies and tactics.-- Develop and design surveys and data gathering tools to inform student and alumni support programs, projects, and initiatives.-- Analyze existing data to understand trends in employment and opportunities to better support students.
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