The career advisor supporting the Trinity’s Office of Career Services is a professional staff member who provides career guidance to students. The person in this role assists the team by providing services to students, alumni, employers, and faculty. This individual must be committed to Career Services’ mission, vision, and core values.
Our mission is to empower Trinity students and alumni with career resources, connections and coaching in preparation for successfully launching into a personalized career path.
Our vision is to be a dynamic, innovative center recognized by Trinity students, alumni, faculty, and employers as a place where students are equipped to actively explore, strategically plan, and successfully launch into their career journey.
Core Values: Guide discovery and clarification of career goals; Connect students to and prepare them for Life After Trinity; Teach strategic planning for the job search and career management; Collaborate across campus and beyond to support the above values, vision, and mission
Partner with faculty to offer career, job search, and internship readiness programs and resources
Serve as Career Services liaison to the School of Business by establishing and maintaining relationships within this academic area to keep faculty abreast of employment trends, resources, and opportunities for students
Provide coaching to students and alumni on job-search resources and strategies including resume writing, interviewing, networking, professionalism, researching employers, and personal branding
Collaborate with fellow Career Services team members and other colleagues across campus to develop and implement career events and programs
Market career-related services and programs to students and alumni
Other duties as assigned by the Career Services director
Trinity is an Equal Opportunity Employer dedicated to excellence through diversity. The University provides reasonable accommodations to qualified applicants with disabilities upon request.
Basic: Bachelor degree and related work experience with demonstrated effective oral, written, presentation, and basic computer application skills
Preferred: Basic qualifications in addition to Master’s degree in student affairs in higher education, human resources, community affairs, business, or a related field; at least 2 years of related, work experience in human resources, recruitment, career services, or internship programming; experience working in a corporate environment; and great communication skills
Competitive: Preferred qualifications in addition to ability to establish rapport with a variety of audiences including students, alumni, faculty, and business professionals; experience with Career Services data management systems, e.g. CSO Interfase, Simplicity, or Handshake; excellent computer application skills; and demonstrated ability to design and implement high impact career programs