The Assistant Director for University Career Services (UCS) is responsible for providing career counseling and support to students when selecting a major and career direction, planning for their career goals, learning effective job search skills and strategies, and finding part-time jobs, internships and post-graduation employment. The Assistant Director will work with alumni, employers and potential employers of UNC students, and also assist graduate students to find part-time jobs, internships and employment. UCS services include helping students learn about career fields, career planning, career assessments, resume and cover letter writing, interviewing, networking, job searching, and graduate school planning. The position may serve as an instructor of EDUC 111, EDUC 211, or EDUC 311 as appropriate, accomplished through a secondary faculty appointment. The Assistant Director reports to one of the two Associate Directors of UCS. The position may be located in either Hanes Hall or in the Hardin Hub for Career and Academic Advising, and required to adjust work hours to meet student and organizational needs.
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The Director of Career Center oversees the operations of the UNCW Career Center and provides leadership, vision and direction to attain the university’s strategic goals through Career Center student support programs focusing on student success with career exploration, employment searches and graduate school applications. This position plays a central role in helping produce the successful career outcomes higher education promises and society now increasingly demands.
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Our team is expanding! We’re hiring a new Assistant Director for the Engineering Master’s Career Services & Professional Development Team at Duke University. This person will focus on helping students in career exploration and as they prepare for and execute successful searches. They will provide career coaching in 1:1 and group settings, create and facilitate learning opportunities in-person and on-demand, and contribute to a positive student experience in many other ways. For more complete details, view the posting at https://bit.ly/2k32DoY.
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