Founded in 1842, the Indiana University Maurer School of Law is the oldest public law school in the Midwest. It is the highest-ranked public law school in Indiana and in the top 20 among public law schools nationally. The law school's programs in tax, intellectual property, and business law are ranked among the top 25 in the nation.
The Career Services Coordinator-Mastery is an integral part of the Maurer School of Law Career Services team. Primary duties include: Marketing law school students to employers through outreach initiatives, visits to employers, participation in conferences and receptions, alumni dinners and other means deemed appropriate. Maintaining relationships with various constituencies in the legal community for recruiting and network. Creating and managing external programs in cities outside of Indiana where our students regularly search for jobs. Supporting students attending various career conferences and job fairs and counseling students in a one-on-one setting to prepare them for success in their job and externship searches. Developing and participating in workshops, career expos, and employer campus visits to connect students with legal employers and expose them to practice settings and practice areas. Coordinating or participating in a range of office-wide projects, including new student orientation, special events, and other projects on an as-needed basis. Participating in professional associations to continue to develop professionally.
High school diploma or GED and four years of experience in a related field.
Resourceful leader who embraces change and uses strategic thinking and planning. Excellent communication and listening skills. Ability to work well under pressure while maintaining a sense of humor. Possess the high energy necessary to support the mission of the Career Services Office to provide our constituents with the best services possible. Demonstrated ability to work with alumni and employers locally, regionally, and nationally to market and promote career services, the law school and its students while maintaining a high level of customer service. Demonstrated ability to counsel students on career-related topics. Excellent presentation and computer skills. Experience in project management.
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