Develop and direct programs and services for the Graduate Student Career Development unit within the Wasserman Center for Career Development. Create and implement programs designed to facilitate and enhance graduate student career development on and off campus. Develop and implement a strategic plan to establish, strengthen, and maintain relationships between the institution and employers. Identify and cultivate unique employment opportunities for MA and PhD students. Direct development and implementation of various events (University-wide, school/department based, industry based, etc.), publicity and publications. Advise graduate students. Oversee administration of the office and supervise staff.
Required Education: Master's degree in human resources, career counseling, higher education, or related field.
Preferred Education: PhD
Required Experience: 7 years' career services, counseling, student personnel, human resources or equivalent combination of education and experience. Must include experience developing and administering programs, seminars, events and training materials, managing staff and budgets, and developing policies.
Preferred Experience: Understanding of graduate student populations.
Required Skills, Knowledge and Abilities: Career planning, assessment, job search expertise. Excellent communication, presentation, writing skills. Leadership, hiring, and training experience. Ability to deal with a diverse population at all levels.