This Career and Professional Development Specialist is responsible for the development, administration, and management of educational and career-related programs and experiential activities that are linked to the academic mission of the graduate programs within the Bryan School. This full-time, leave earning position is primarily internally-focused on student engagement (in-person and virtual formats), and will work closely with the members of the Office of External Affairs to align support from external audiences.
Bachelor’s degree preferably in higher ed counseling, student affairs, human resources, or business.
Two years’ experience in higher ed career counseling, corporate recruitment, or related fields.
Proficiency with productivity tools such as M/S Word, Excel, and presentation tools (Powerpoint, Prezi).
Master’s degree (or working towards) in business, counseling, human resources, communication or student affairs.
Broad knowledge and experience in career counseling processes in a variety of business and/or academic fields.
Internal Number: 999590
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