Business Title: Assistant Director of Career Communities - Humanities & Sciences
Division/School: Vice Provost for Student Affairs
Appointment Duration: One Year Fixed Term Application: Submit a cover letter explaining your interest in the position and highlighting your strengths as they relate to the job description and a current resume. Priority review date is February 21, 2020
School/Unit Description: BEAM, Stanford Career Education is accepting applications for an Assistant Director of Career Communities, with a focus on Humanities and Sciences. Career Communities is one of BEAM's four collaborative units. Additional information about BEAM, Stanford Career Education is available at: http://beam.stanford.edu.
Position Summary: Reporting to the Assistant Dean and Associate Director of Career Communities, the Assistant Director of Career Communities is responsible for developing dynamic career communities, engaging students in career programs and resources, and cultivating meaningful connections on behalf of students and alumni in the School of Humanities and Sciences. This role is responsible for developing programs as well as providing coaching in one on one and group settings.
In this role, you will: Community Development and Programming
Develop career community for undergraduate and Master's students within the School of Humanities and Sciences with a focus on students in the Social Sciences.
Collaborate and develop relationships with academic departments, key personnel, and faculty to connect students and recent alumni with relevant resources, programs, and opportunities.
Develop and facilitate workshops and programs to address the career needs of students and recent alumni.
Establish meaningful connections between students, alumni and employers through networking events and career programs.
Utilize technology to increase awareness of career resources, programs, opportunities, and meaningful connections for students and recent alumni.
Develop and share print, web, and mobile resources relevant to students and recent alumni.
Provide career coaching to students and recent alumni in the School of Humanities & Sciences, as well as master's students in the Graduate School of Education.
Assist students and recent alumni with career and job search needs.
Connect students and recent alumni to resources and opportunities.
Participate in administrative meetings and professional development.
Collaborate in BEAM-wide initiatives, such as open houses, career events, labs, and programs for various constituent groups.
Serve on and/or lead committees and task force groups to design, implement, and evaluate programs.
Other duties as assigned by supervisor.
To be successful in this role, you will bring: Education & Experience:
Bachelor's degree and five years of relevant experience, or combination of education and relevant experience.
In addition, preferred requirements include:
Demonstrated experience coaching/advising/counseling and group facilitation in higher education.
Master's degree in Counseling, Education, Student Affairs, or related field is preferred,
Entrepreneurial, creative, and innovative spirit; comfort with change, ambiguity, and risk.
Multicultural awareness and competence; ability to work in a diverse environment and serve constituents from a wide variety of backgrounds.
Proven ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with a variety of internal and external constituents in a complex system.
Organizational abilities and effective communication.
Experience and comfort with technology, social media, and digital communication.
Demonstrated passion and experience in community development, program planning and execution, group facilitation and engagement, and advising college students and alumni.
Deep understanding of career education related concepts and trends (job searching, networking, resumes & cover letters, career exploration, economic trends, finding meaningful work)
Knowledge of career assessments and web resources.
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The job duties listed are typical examples of work performed by positions in this job classification and are not designed to contain or be interpreted as a comprehensive inventory of all duties, tasks, and responsibilities. Specific duties and responsibilities may vary depending on department or program needs without changing the general nature and scope of the job or level of responsibility. Employees may also perform other duties as assigned.
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Job Title: Student Services Officer 3
Job Code: 7503
Salary Level: GradeI
Schedule: 50% FTE
FLSA Status: Exempt
Location: Vice Provost for Student Affairs, Stanford, California, United States Schedule: Classification Level:
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