The short-term casual is an integral part of the fast-paced OCS team providing administrative, project management, customer service support to wide variety of stakeholders including student, employers, faculty, staff, and alumni.
Manage and respond to emails from general OCS email inbox from a range of stakeholders including students, employers, and alumni, faculty, and staff (20%)
Post relevant jobs and employer contacts into CareerLink database (20%)
Assist with employer outreach initiatives, including prospect research, outreach emails, scheduling employer meetings, data gathering/synthesis (20%)
Database management and clean-up, to ensure the most current information is available on employer contacts (20%)
Contribute to student-facing career materials such as tip sheets, handbook, or Canvas/Courseworks page (20%)
Excellent interpersonal, communications, teamwork, and project management skills; ability to communicate well in person, by phone and by email; cultural competency when working with diverse populations
Must have strong knowledge of Excel, including cleaning data
Accuracy, attention to detail and organizational skills
Ability to handle strictly confidential information and answer questions with diplomacy and tact
Experience with career services, HR or employer outreach and customer service
Experience with, or interest in, public health or healthcare
Experience with database management
Some knowledge of LinkedIn
Experience with statistics and data visualization a plus
Equal Opportunity Employer / Disability / Veteran
Columbia University is committed to the hiring of qualified local residents.
Internal Number: 514833
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