Boston, Massachusetts - Posted on: Tuesday 11/19/13
1. Manage and provide strategic leadership and guidance for the Office of Career Services including: supervising professional staff and student workers, budgeting, coordinating communications strategy, maintaining office website, and managing internal and external partnerships
2. Coordinate the internship program for all baccalaureate students by teaching IS210, providing career-related events, mock interviews, and instructional support; connect students to employer partners, and ensure all administrative aspects are completed properly
3. Oversee career aspects of the Fisher for Your Future program which incorporates career readiness components into curriculum throughout each degree program
4. Meet with students and alumni to provide career counseling and other support across all College sites and via email and telephone
5. Manage the College-wide federally funded work study program in collaboration with Financial Aid and Payroll
6. Build relationships with external audiences including employers, internship providers, guest speakers, field trip sites, alumni and mentors
7. Plan and run all career programming such as classroom visits, internship/career fairs, Life After Fisher College Speaker Series, and workshops
8. Perform and compile results from the Post-Graduation Survey every 6-months.
- Masters degree.
- Between three and five years of progressively more responsible experience.
- A relatively high level of analytical ability is required in order to find solutions to difficult human, technical or administrative problems.