Provide career, job search, and graduate school counseling for a diverse student and alumni population including the interpretation of assessment instruments (e.g.Strong lnterest Inventory, MBTI).
Provide full range of job and internship search services.
Critique resumes and cover letters, review drafts of graduate school essays, and perform mock interviews.
Use social media to market services and programs to students, alumni, employers, faculty, and staff.
Design and deliver workshops and programs either independently or in collaboration with academic/student service departments and student groups.
Outreach to first generation, undeclared etc. populations, and support recruitment and retention programs and initiatives.
Participate as a member of the CDC team in selected office programs, career and job fairs, and special events such as Graduate School Fair and Orientation.
Plan and execute career development programs in collaboration with a variety of on/off campus partners.
Edit and/or develop instructional/informational materials and write new materials for both print and web as needed.
Some evening and weekend work required.
Required: Master’s degree in Student Affairs, Higher Education, Counseling or related counseling field. Counseling experience working with students from diverse backgrounds in college career services, counseling or student affairs. Knowledge of career development theory and practice. Demonstrated evidence of excellent oral and written communication skills, including experience with group presentations. Experience with the administration and interpretation of a variety of career inventories and related assessment instruments. Experience and ability in the use of social media both as a tool to engage and support as well as market services/programs to students, alumni, faculty and employers.
Preferred: Ability to effectively communicate with faculty and staff. Experience in program development and marketing. Experience providing outreach services to support retention efforts. Experience teaching students to effectively use technology. Experience in planning career related events and activities.