Job Requisition Number: 23677. The Career Center is a student service unit that is part of the Division of Student Affairs. The Career Center educates undergraduates, graduate students, and faculty about the career planning process, job search and professional/graduate school strategies, and promotes connections among students, employers, alumni and professional/graduate schools. The Career Center fulfills its mission by providing the highest level of customized quality services supported by state of the art technology that maximizes accessibility to our resources and services.
This position provides seasonal support to the On Campus Recruiting program during the Fall and Spring semesters approx. dates (Sept. 1 ? Nov. 15 and January 25 ? March 30).
Provide individualized assistance to employers, students, alumni, post-docs, faculty and staff regarding Career Center programs and services and specifically the On Campus Recruiting program. Duties will include a broad range of tasks not limited to: ?Reception ? in person, telephone and email ?Client needs assessment and referral ?Policy and procedure guidance ?Provide specialized administrative support for unit to include recordkeeping, program support and data management related to Career Center programs and services and specifically the On Campus Recruiting program ?Generate daily activity reports within established framework, e.g. interview attendance, no show, cancellations ?Provide related information management, troubleshooting and administrative support. ?Perform other duties as assigned as necessary?2+ years previous work experience is a customer service and administrative support capacity. ?Proven experience working in a fast paced, diverse front-line, problem solving environment. ?Demonstrated computer skills sufficient to competently and efficiently utilize database systems and PC-based software applications, including customized database software, Microsoft Suite, Adobe Suite and Google products ?Demonstrated verbal and interpersonal skills to communicate effectively with all levels of clients, staff and employers, both verbally and in writing. ?Demonstrated ability to exercise sound judgment when researching and resolving situations in which a routine answer will not suffice. ?Demonstrated ability to work independently, establishing priorities with minimal supervision. ?Developed organizational skills, attention to detail, and ability to work under deadlines with conflicting demands Last Day to Apply is: August 18, 2017
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