Career Services, Human Resource/Staffing, Recruiting/Talent Acquisition
Career Services Representative is responsible for the delivery of services and outcomes that support the primary objective of the Career Services Function. Primary functions are a student- graduate job search, interviewing guidance, employer relationships and meeting placement goals. Career Services Representative works directly with students, alumni, and employers with the purpose of successfully attaining their career aspirations and employment goals.
Maintain regular contact with employers to develop partnerships including, but not limited to, identifying viable job opportunities, externships, and marketing opportunities.
Match appropriate resumes to job orders and distribute resumes promptly.
Assist employers in facilitating the hiring process: contacting students, graduates for interviews.
Advise students, graduates and alumni on career services issues including job search strategies, resume development and interviewing.
Work with students to educate and prepare them for their future careers utilizing career advising techniques, career development strategies and career education and preparation techniques.
Conduct workshops on resume writing, interviewing, job search techniques and other career-related topics.
Research and communicate current job postings to active candidates on a regular basis.
Create, coordinate, and facilitate student engagement and job readiness related educational opportunities in the form of industry information sessions.
Ensure student and graduate employment information is maintained up to date in the official student database system.
Ensure appropriate documentation is collected to support reported graduate employment or waiver statuses for accreditation.
Ensure regular use of official student database system to report student/ graduate contact activity, employer contact activity, job opportunities, externship opportunities, and employment.
Upload regulatory career services documents into the official student database system.
Assist in collection of graduate surveys, employer surveys, and employment verifications.
Assist in the coordination of Career Services events.
Skills Required: Strong ability to adapt to changing technology requirements. Flexibility to meet and assist students via technology-based applications. Excellent organizational, time management and attention to detail skills. Proficient with Microsoft Office, Google Apps, CVue. Excellent and effective verbal and written communication skills. Ability to manage and adapt to working with individuals of various backgrounds. Ability to think creatively and provide solutions with available resources. Provide excellent customer service and attention to accurate record keeping. This position requires the flexibility of working evening and weekends.
Job Type: Full-time
Remote work Requirements: Laptop or Computer Phone may be cellular phone High-speed Internet
About Escoffier School of Culinary Arts
Auguste Escoffier School of Culinary Arts empowers students to achieve their potential in the culinary and pastry arts through small class sizes and individual, modernized instruction in the techniques developed by King of Chefs, Auguste Escoffier. Located in beautiful Boulder, CO, this campus offers students the chance to study culinary arts in a thriving restaurant city and the heart of the organic and natural food movement.
In addition to a commitment to excellence and culinary fundamentals, our students learn the importance of sustainability and develop a respect for local foods through our unique 6-week Farm To Table® Experience. In addition to our culinary and pastry arts programs, this campus also offers students an accredited online certificate program designed for those who cannot attend a brick and mortar campus.
Boulder's Culinary Arts Diploma Program
Boulder's Pastry Arts Diploma Program
Boulder's Online Culinary Arts Fundamentals