The Kelley School of Business at Indiana University welcomes applications for the Executive Director of Undergraduate Career Services. This position, which reports to the Chair of the Undergraduate Program, and leads the strategic direction of the center, manages a team of 20, that develops and maintains strong employer relations, provides innovative employer and student networking opportunities and coaches and develops student career success skills. The Kelley School of Business Undergraduate Career Services office is consistently ranked one of the top centers in the nation. The center oversees 8,000+ students and 1000+ employers. For more information, visit our website: http://kelley.iu.edu/UCSO/index.html.
Key Responsibilities are:
Provides dynamic leadership and oversight of the Undergraduate Career Services (UCS). Leads the development of the strategic plan.
Ensures that day-to-day operations provide outstanding customer service and state of the art technology to elevate the profile of the office.
Creates and implements innovative programming to expand career opportunities for students and builds and maintains connections with employers. Works in partnership with Kelley faculty, staff and alumni to expand Kelley student opportunities.
Works in partnership with GCS director to hire and support the regional employer development directors to provide new employers to recruit Kelley students.
Oversees and implements an effective campus-recruiting platform for employers to recruit talent needs and for students to engage employers and find resources to achieve desired career outcomes.
Employs marketing strategy, social media and web communications to enhance student and employer engagement.
Oversees data collection and reporting systems to collect needed metrics for rankings, accreditation purposes and data analysis needed to support the Kelley School of Business and the IU Bloomington Provost.
Manages the offices budget and other resources and reallocates funds as necessary to ensure that the office remains within budget and advocates for additional funds when warranted.
Serves on a variety of internal and external committees; collaborates with Compass and undergraduate program to build common language, communications and skills to support engagement of students; and represent the school at the local, state and national professional organizations.
Minimum Education: Business degree required and masters preferred in business, higher education, counseling or relevant field experience.
Minimum Experience: A minimum of 8 years of experience in career services or business with senior management experience required. 10 or more years preferred.
Required knowledge, skills, and abilities:
Extensive knowledge of career services, job markets, employment trends and all business majors is needed. Strategic planning, budgeting and excellent interpersonal skills to build relationships with employers, students, faculty and staff. Excellent communication, organizational and collaboration skills are needed. Needs strong Word and Excel skills and comfortable with learning new technology.
Indiana University is an equal employment and Affirmative Action Employer and a provider of ADA services. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to age, ethnicity, color, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, genetic information, marital status, national origin, disability status or protected veteran status. Indiana University does not discriminate on the basis of sex in its educational programs and activities, including employment and admission, as required by Title IX. Questions or complaints regarding Title IX may be referred to the U.S. Department of Education Office for Civil Rights or the university Title IX Coordinator. See Indiana University’s Notice of Non-Discrimination here which includes contact information.
Internal Number: 10548
About Indiana University - Kelley School of Business
The Kelley School offers a top-tier business education focused on guiding you toward your own true success.
At the Kelley School of Business, we are in the business of creating career momentum. Our students have the talent to succeed, the humility to grow and the tenacity to persevere. That ?spirit—combined with an education that only the elite Kelley School can deliver—results in graduates with the knowledge and skills needed to meet new challenges, to make positive change possible and to contribute to their organizations from day one.
We have our roots in the first business course offered at Indiana College in Bloomington in 1830. Indiana College grew to be Indiana University, and the School of Commerce and Finance, established in 1920, grew to be the Kelley School of Business. We’ve offered business courses on our Indianapolis campus since 1916, implemented executive education in 1952 and advance business education on a global scale. Our timeline showcases more than 100 years of business excellence.
Recruiters tell us they seek out our students and graduates for their positive, hardworking attitude and their confidence that comes from the real-world, applicable education... our faculty deliver at every degree level.
Our faculty members demand, and get, the best out of our students. Kelley students learn how to drive results. This quality is reflected in our exceptional student job-offer rates, the reputation of our career services and our global position as a top business school.