Assistant Director of Career and Professional Development

High Point University is currently seeking a full-time Assistant Director of Career and Professional Development. The Assistant Director assists students in their career and professional needs including one-on-one or group career counseling, internship and job-search advising, developing and presenting workshops and classroom presentations. The assistant director also is a key person in creating, developing, and nurturing positive relationships with students, employers, faculty, staff, alumni, and parents. In addition, the assistant director serves as primary administrator for the internship for credit process, management of the Peer Career Advisors, technology systems such as Purple Briefcase, and provides leadership and assistance in data collection, management, and reporting.

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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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Career Counselor

This 30-hr/week position will include individual student counseling, group training, and oversight of counseling interns and student career coaches, among other duties. It’s an all-around career services role that will give the successful applicant a stimulating variety of responsibilities in a positive team atmosphere.

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Associate Director, Career Services & Professional Development

The Associate Director of Career Services & Professional Development (CSPD) in the Pratt School of Engineering leads the team providing exceptional career services and professional development opportunities for all engineering master’s students (Master of Science, Master of Engineering, and Master of Engineering Management). Major responsibilities include setting strategy, managing the team’s work, and assessing outcomes focused on career coaching and events, employer development and relations, and professional development training opportunities. The Associate Director will assess constituent needs and interests; provide institutional expertise within assigned program areas; develop programs that provide a bridge between academic interests and professional goals; provide expertise and direction for outreach efforts involving alumni, employers and other external constituents; offer direct coaching services; manage the delivery of high quality, consistent programs and services for students, employers and alumni; and lead CSPD assessment activities to ensure data-driven decision making and continuous improvement.

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Associate Director for Career Development

Responsible for the strategic planning, implementation, coordination, and control of activities within comprehensive career development functions. Develops strategic vision and planning for career development, including internal and external initiatives and programs. Strategic direction will be based on career, economic and workforce conditions, current trends and issues in today’s- and tomorrow’s- work world, and benchmarking our programs and services with key educational institutions. Goals and initiatives will be aligned with overall department, division and campus strategic goals. Manage multifaceted relationships with staff, faculty, alumni, and students. Serve on divisional and institutional committees as assigned. Serve as active member of Career Center’s leadership team. Oversee the day-to-day operations of the Career Center. In the absence of the Director, serve as the point person for overall Career Center matters.

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Career Development Coordinator

The Career Development Coordinator will work in the Career Development Center and serve as the career liaison for a number of functional areas in Student Affairs including the departments of University Housing and Student Engagement and Leadership via student clubs and organizations. The Career Development Coordinator will support the mission of the Center by delivering comprehensive career exploration and planning services with specific attention to the needs of “deciding” students through one-on-one career counseling, workshops/presentations, and outreach and programming. Due to the nature of the position, the successful candidate will be required to live in a furnished, on-campus apartment. The successful candidate must be able to work in a team oriented, collegial environment.

For more information and to apply, visit Appalachian’s site.