Assistant Director - Undergraduate Career Services for Engineering
University of Notre Dame
The University of Notre Dame (http://ND.jobs) is accepting applications for a Assistant Director - Undergraduate Career Services for Engineering.
Applications will be accepted until 5/24/2018.
The Assistant Director strategically participates in student programming across functions for the department, involving Employer Engagement team, program directors, and Operational team as appropriate. Leadership of specific student programming initiatives will be expected - usually this will be in regard to the industry area of expertise, though it is not restricted to it. Currently the industries for this particular opening are but could change depending on need: Engineering- Aerospace, Automotive, Biotechnology, Chemicals, Construction, Civil/Environmental, Energy, and Manufacturing. The incumbent will serve as one of the liaisons to the College of Engineering which includes regular meetings with the Faculty and Staff of the College. Conducts individual student appointments related to all career development topic needs, while serving as an industry focus leader in the College of Engineering. Connects with career counseling colleagues within the department to successfully partner on programs, workshops, and other career events. Participates in regular Career Counseling meetings and large departmental events, maintains up to date appointment notes, and provides leadership in industry focus area. Covers walk-in hours as needed. Participates in employer development related to area of expertise, collaborating with Employer Engagement team for priorities.
Bachelor’s degree required
Related experience in Engineering and/or STEM fields and/or with related field experience in complex career services office.
Appreciation for centralized undergraduate career services model. Understanding of NACE professional standards and career development theory.
Exhibits strong ethical standards in an effort to advocate for all students.
Advanced communication, program evaluation, and outcomes development skills.
Desire to contribute ideas toward the success of the overall undergraduate career services program essential.
Masters in Career Counseling; Counseling and Human Services; Student Affairs; or related programs; and experience in career counseling with an emphasis on Engineering and/or STEM fields. Certifications for specific career assessments also preferred.
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