The Career Services Manager supervises all aspects of career services.
The Career Services Manager counsels students in career planning skills and job search strategies. Most importantly, this position will focus on establishing and maintaining relationships with placement professionals.
The Career Services Manager will be responsible for planning and implementing marketing strategy for identifying potential employers and for developing and maintaining a database as well as web-based program for students.
Develops annual goals and objectives for Career Services ·
Maintains up-to-date information on careers, occupations, current employment opportunities and trends, entry-level occupational requirements. Publishes this information in a format that can be used by the school for Marketing· & Admissions, faculty, and other offices
Tracks and prepares reports on Career Service’s activities, accomplishments or problems on a regular basis ·
Assists student in job search activities including resume preparation, interview skills ·
Develops relationship with employers and secures job leads for students in positions that meet the program objective ·
Tracks placement outcomes and ensures compliance ·
Maintain sufficient amount of job leads for qualified employment to meet the demands of all graduates ·
Actively and routinely seeks employer feedback and researches industry trends; Shares this information with appropriate personnel within the school to aid in the development/enhancement of curriculum and successful outcomes for graduates.
Arranges and makes site visits to local companies that are employing and providing in.
Arranges and makes site visits to local companies that are employing and providing internship opportunities to students and alumni ·
Attends trade· show conferences of various disciplines relating to core degree programs to recruit companies to participate in hiring graduates of Sollers that meet the program objectives .
Holds workshops and classes on various career related topics (i.e. resumes, cover letters, Dress for Success, Etc.) ·
Serves as a spokesperson to campus administrators, faculty, staff and student groups and to the community at large about the fields that our graduates and alumni are working through public speaking events, trade show contacts, and direct calls on campus ·
Candidates should send a resume, cover letter and three reference names to firstname.lastname@example.org