The Associate Director will hold one-on-one career advising appointments on career management and lead a team to success for the undergraduate business student population. Lead and supervise a team of career coaches to enhance the overall student experience through building strong relationships and developing undergraduate students for career success. Collect, track, and maintain student career outcomes data, while analyzing and reporting key findings from data collection. Teach seminars, workshops, and a required 1-credit career course for undergraduate students. Act as the leader for the career coaching component for the Office of Career Management.
1.Career Coaching: Provide career coaching to students within the Accounting, Business Economics, Business-Prelaw, and Finance communities by advising students on self-assessment, career and major exploration, resume and cover letter development, networking skills, interviewing and full-time and internship job search strategies. Plan and present career education workshops, responding to workshop outreach requests from eight Accounting/Finance/ Business Economics student organizations. Attend professional development and other conferences on behalf of office and travel as needed.
2.Supervision: Directly supervise two Assistant Directors, and a part-time Assistant Director of Career Management (2.5 total FTE), to drive the vision and strategy for the coaching components for the Office of Career Management (including 4 Graduate Assistants and 6 Peer Consultant student employees). Recruit and assist in hiring and onboarding of coaches needed to balance the coaching portfolio of current and incoming students.
3.Assessment: Evaluate coaching effectiveness and oversee all service analytics (e.g. appointment volume and ratings). Using statistical data, prepare usage and engagement reports on OCM on an end-of-semester and end-of-year basis. Collect, track, and maintain student career outcomes data. Create career outcome reports in compliance with NACE Standards. Analyze and report key data from first destination data collection. Take a leadership role in collecting and preparing data shared with guidebooks, with particular responsibility for Bloomberg BusinessWeek student career information reporting.
4.Teach Career Courses: Design, train, lead, and teach up to 8 University (COB) BA 2000 career courses (a requirement of the business curriculum), with a maximum annual enrollment of 600 undergraduate students; each course is delivered in face-to-face formats—specific duties include the training/mentoring of instructors, assistance with curriculum development and lesson planning, and developing and accessing learning outcomes and other course logistics. Consider alternative timeframes, delivery methods, etc. to ensure the most effective/efficient delivery options to students.
5.Specialty Programming (Mock Interviews & Diversity): Help students become more comfortable in various interview situations (phone, Skype, and in-person) through the development and implementation of a mock interview program. Recruit, assist in hiring and onboarding of two mock interview program student coordinators. Provide oversight to daily operations of mock interview program. Assist the Assistant Director of Diversity and Inclusion as needed in representing the College of Business in a variety of settings such as high school presentations, college fairs, and college night programs. Collaborate with Assistant Director of Diversity and Associate Director of Employer Relations to equip diverse students for internships and scholarship programs.
-Master’s degree in a related field
-At least 3 years of related work experience
Planning Unit: College of Business
Department: CBA Student Services
Applicants may contact this person if they have questions about this position: Jennifer Murphy, email@example.com
Employment Type: Full-Time Regular
Competitive salary with outstanding benefits including, among others, generous paid time off, comprehensive insurance, and educational benefits for employee and eligible dependents.