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The Miami University Center for Career Exploration and Success (CCES ) is seeking three Career Advisor/Assistant Director positions to deliver career exploration and development strategy for the Colleges of Arts and Science, Creative Arts, and Farmer School of Business/Pathways to Business. Additionally, these roles will create and maintain relationships with faculty and employers in assigned areas and with collaboration with the Center's Employer Relations Team. This role will seek out, promote and effectively complete career consulting appointments with students, lead presentations, and plan events designed to help students become career-ready. The Career Advisor/Assistant Director will advance programming and services related to Career Cluster(s) and serve on the Career Development Team within CCES. The annual full-time salary is $46,000-$55,000. Occasional weekend and evening obligations are a component of this position. CCES is a growing office with an ambitious strategic plan designed to situate students for lifelong professional success. Our efforts in collaboration with Miami's Career Community, extend beyond the typical career center offerings as we strive to be the most immersive and comprehensive 4-year career development experience in the nation. This position is campus-based but may have the option to work remotely on a hybrid basis (1-2 days/week) following an introductory period. Remote work is not a right, but a working arrangement that can be modified or revoked by Miami University at any time for any reason. Candidates meeting the preferred qualifications will be considered for the position title of Assistant Director. Candidates with a Bachelor's degree and a minimum of 4 years of transferable experience or a Master's Degree with one year of transferable experience will be considered for the Assistant Director title. All other candidates will be considered for the title of Career Advisor.
Plan, deliver, catalyze and scale career exploration and development strategy including career advising, event planning, and services to students as needed based on priorities. Develop consulting structures, mentoring opportunities, and programmatic ways to support and scale students' career goals. Support CCES efforts to work with career community stakeholders to develop academic and co-curricular pathways for student access into various careers. In tandem with CCES Employer Relations Team, cultivate new and extend relationships with current employers and other external stakeholders (e.g. alumni and families). Communicate and collaborate between the Center for Career Exploration and Success and assigned liaison areas for students and student groups. Lead programs and communications for Career Cluster(s). Position One: Liaison to the College of Creative Arts and lead the Arts, Communication, Media and Design Career Cluster Position Two: Liaison to the College of Arts and Science and lead the Economics and Data Analytics Career Cluster. Position Three: Liaison to the Farmer School of Business and lead Pathways to Business initiatives for non-business majors. Also lead the Accounting and Financial Services and Students Exploring Career Clusters. In solidarity to Miami University and CCES goals, support Inclusive Excellence by providing programming and outreach to high priority student populations as assigned and in collaboration with Career Center staff focused on this initiative. Teach first-year and/or career development courses as needed (Masters required) Assist in the coordination of office-wide special events, programs, workshops, and career fairs, and other events as needed. Occasional evening and weekend obligations. Other duties as assigned.
Bachelor's degree with relevant experience. To be considered for the Assistant Director title: Bachelor's degree with four years of relevant experience or a Master's Degree with one year of relevant experience.
Master's degree and one year of transferable experience.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
Strong teamwork, communication, and project/program management skills. Ability to build effective relationships with students, staff, faculty and external stakeholders. Demonstrated competence working with diverse stakeholders and constituents. Able to fulfill some evening and weekend duties.
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