The Pamplin Career Advisor services as a full-time administrative/professional faculty member in the Undergraduate Programs Office in the Pamplin College of Business. The position will serve as a member of the Pamplin Career Services team and aid in the achievement of team goals, including increasing and maintaining career placement rate and increasing and maintaining the number of students having career related experience upon graduation. The position will play an integral role in educating students on the career development process and opportunities that exist through career advising. The primary components of this role include career advising/coaching, program development and delivery, relationship development and management, resource creation, along with administrative duties.
The position will be divided as follows:
1. Career Coaching/Career Advising for undergraduate business students: 65%
2. Program Development and Delivery: 25%
3. Administrative and other special projects represent the remaining 10%.
This is a hybrid position with a set rotation of in the office and remote days.
• Bachelor’s degree in business, education, counseling, human resources or a related field coupled with training and/or experience which may equate to an advanced degree.
• Experience in higher education, corporate recruitment, or related business industry segment.
• Experience advising college students and/or young professionals on career-related topics.
• Exceptional communication skills.
• Demonstrated proficiency in designing and delivering presentations.
• Ability to effectively manage multiple priorities, programs, and projects.
• Ability to collaborate cross-functionally in the office environment and to interface with employers, students, alumni, faculty, and university administrators.
• Demonstrated experience working in and fostering a diverse faculty, staff, and student environment or commitment to do so as a team member in Pamplin.
• Ability to work independently and collaboratively.
• Flexibility to work some evenings.
• Master’s degree with emphasis on counseling, student affairs, education, business, or related business industry segment.
• Significant experience in higher education, corporate recruitment, or related field.
• Experience working within business fields or in providing advising to populations interested in pursuing careers in business.
• Ability to use relevant database systems, (e.g. Handshake, Google Suite, Canvas, Canva, Microsoft Excel).
• Project management experience.
• Awareness of trends within higher education, career services, and the business workforce.
• Member of NACE of similar professional organization.
Commensurate with Experience
This position is eligible for hybrid telework
The successful candidate will be required to have a criminal conviction check.
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