1) Implement the vision of the dual careers services, housing, and relocation program by managing the creation and actualization of the processes and tools necessary for dual career partners, which may require consideration of internal and external resources, such as a dedicated dual career website, intake forms and tracking databases.
2) Leverage internal University resources and external resources (executive search firms, recruiters, local employers, etc.) to support the program and individuals.
3) Conduct initial intake sessions. Refer qualified individuals for opportunities within the University and, where possible, make attempts to connect with other external employers.
4) Provide dual career support during faculty searches as needed.
5) Direct University faculty and their partners to other support resources including benefits and work/life programs to facilitate smooth transitions into the University community.
6) Help new faculty families become familiar with the Hyde Park, Woodlawn, Kenwood, and Bronzeville communities including resources, businesses, and activities to support relocation.
7) Create social and informational events for non-faculty partners.
8) Refer new faculty to housing resources (e.g., real estate agents, University housing services).
9) Initiate and manage partnerships with schools, community agencies, corporations, and other organizations.
10) Other duties as assigned.
1) Strong relationship skills and ability to work collaboratively with University partners and other stakeholders.
2) Excellent project management, analytical, and organizational skills.
3) Work collaboratively and proactively, while balancing a variety of priorities.
4) Handle complex and confidential information with discretion.
5) Demonstrated experience using data to understand trends and develop programs that lead to measurable impact on an organization.
6) Outstanding written and oral communication skills.
7) Demonstrated ability to work on multiple projects simultaneously.
8) Self-motivation and initiative.
1) Bachelor's degree.
1) Knowledge of the Hyde Park, Kenwood, Woodlawn, Bronzeville neighborhoods, their resources, and services necessary for relocation.
2) Experience with helping individuals identify housing and knowledge of the Chicago housing market.
3) Proven ability to influence without authority and lead strategic priorities through to results.
4) Knowledge of higher education and working with faculty around issues of housing and relocation.
5) Successful track record of building relationships with external partners such a local businesses and community leaders, the chamber of commerce, real estate developers and employment recruiters.
1) Cover Letter
3) Reference Contact Information
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