Associate Director for Employer Development

• Leads the design and implementation of an employer development plan to increase internship and employment opportunities for students and alumni. • Identifies and recruits representatives for employer events. • Provides leadership for developing, implementing and refining employer programs and events such as job fairs, etiquette dinners, information sessions, on-campus recruiting, classroom presentations, industry panels, site visits and networking events that will expose students to the wide range of post-graduate employment options. • Strengthens the recruitment pipeline to employers through innovative techniques; market recruiting and employment services to employers, students and alumni, including the development of appropriate marketing materials. • Leads the Employer Advisory Board which consists of representatives from external companies/organizations spanning a wide variety of industries. • Develops and maintains effective contact with business, industry, and government employers in order to support and expand opportunities for internships and full time employment for UNCW students and alumni.

For more information and to apply, visit UNCW’s website here.

Director of the Student Professional Development Center

The Director of the SPDC provides visionary and strategic leadership while overseeing the development and delivery of programs and resources. The Director drives the enhancement of the highly successful and nationally ranked career services at Elon. This position is SPDC’s chief ambassador and collaborates with a variety of internal and external stakeholders, including academic affairs, student affairs, admissions, alumni relations, corporate relations, faculty, alumni, trustees, parents, and employers to foster effective relationships and partnerships. The Director maintains a student-centered, forward-thinking operation, oversees assessment functions and the articulation of outcomes to internal and external stakeholders, and serves as a spokesperson for Elon on career-related issues of students. Leading a talented team of 18 full-time career professionals in a collaborative style, the focus of this position is to ensure continued delivery of high-quality career services in support of the university’s mission.

For more information and to apply, visit Elon’s website here.

Executive Director of University Career Services (UCS)

The Executive Director of University Career Services (UCS) provides strategic leadership and vision for UCS staff who assist undergraduate students with developing a Four Steps to Career Success plan that includes self-awareness, career exploration, experiential learning and high impact experiences, and self-marketing and professional branding, in addition to engaging in industry and graduate school exploration and finding part-time jobs, internships, and employment.

For more information and to apply, visit UNC Chapel Hill website here.

Career Coach

The Career Coach provides career coaching to meet students’ and alumni career development needs. The Career Coach contributes to outreach efforts with faculty to integrate Career Education into the curriculum to impact all UNC Asheville students. The employee develops and teaches career development workshops and classroom modules to help students and alumni achieve their career goals. This position oversees the Career Peer educator program, developing undergraduate students to provide first-line career education for peers within the Career Center. The employee is expected to utilize career development theories and best practices to expand the scope of the program. The Career Coach develops and implements outreach and marketing plans for the Career Center to engage in career education to students underserved and not currently impacted by present initiatives.

For more information and to apply, visit the website here.

Integrated Advising Coach I

Warren Wilson College is seeking an Integrated Advising Coach I with the right aptitude, education and experience to provide effective and student-centered academic and career advising to students. The Integrated Advising (IA) Coach will work closely with students, both through one-on-one advising and campus-wide programming, to help them reflect on their experiences and develop future plans guided by their academic and professional goals. Specifically, IA Coaches will help students maximize opportunities available to them by integrating academic plans and applied learning experiences, including hands-on community engagement opportunities, work crews, research, professional internships, student life opportunities, and study abroad courses or programs.

For more information and to apply, visit Warren Wilson’s website here.

Assistant Director of Career Development and Employer Relations

The Assistant Director (AD) for Undergraduate Business Career Development and Employer Relations is responsible for the execution of many critical functions within the UBP including, but not limited to a) student career coaching, b) career development programming, c) employer relations, d) student club advising, and e) special initiatives to support both students and employers in their pursuits. The AD will serve as a generalist and thus must develop an understanding of a variety of internship and entry-level job markets as well as recruiting timelines and requirements. The AD will be expected to contribute to a professional, safe, inclusive, and equitable space for students, employer partners, other staff, and faculty. This position will report to the Associate Director for Career Development & Employer Relations.

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Career Coach, Part time

Queens University of Charlotte seeks an experienced part‐time Career Coach to support its university‐wide career development office. Reporting to the Assistant Director of Internship Programs in the Vandiver Center for Career Development (VCCD), the Career Coach provides professional guidance to students and alumni from various majors and programs. The Career Coach will work 15 hours a week.

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Assistant Director, Internship Programs

Queens University of Charlotte seeks a full‐time, experienced Assistant Director to support its university‐wide career development office. Reporting to the Executive Director of Vandiver Center for Career Development (VCCD), the Assistant Director assists with the development, implementation, and execution of internship programming (curricular and co‐curricular) that supports student and alumni professional development.

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