Coordinate and assess internship and employment programming/curriculum. Work with students and community members to promote career development and job readiness skills. Work with area employers to increase awareness of Career Services and the services that are available.
Description of Essential Functions:
1. Coordinate activities and assessment of programming related to student internships and employment, such as Cooperative Work Study Program (CWSP) and Work and Learn Program (WLP) 2. Participate in development and implementation of new projects and special initiatives related to student employment 3. Develop and implement comprehensive internship resources and training materials. 4. Communicate with students, employers and visitors regarding Career Services and related programming 5. Collaborate in development and implementation of marketing activities for programming 6. Collaborate with other college departments to identify, develop and provide services to aid in student career development 7. Develop, implement and teach workshops and seminars on career development and job readiness 8. Explain and train students and community members on the use of career development systems, such as Career Cruising 9. Proofread and correct resumes and other job search materials 10. Present job readiness curriculum to community members and students in collaboration with faculty, club advisors and/or coaches 11. Other related duties as assigned.
Specific Functional Job Requirements
Education: Bachelor’s degree in related field. Experience: Prefer related community college and/or human resource experience. Knowledge: Local labor market information, employment trends, career development, job search readiness skills, business etiquette, student development, general office procedures, grant compliance. Skills: Excellent interpersonal, oral and written communication, teaching, presentation and organizational skills; Microsoft Office; multi-user calendar system. Personal: Detail-oriented, self-starter who enjoys relating to a diverse population of students, staff and public in a fast-paced work environment with multiple interruptions. Demonstrated ability to work independently and as a team member. Enthusiastic and committed to students, with strong orientation toward customer service and community college philosophy. Ability to work a flexible schedule. Interest in working with students, staff and business and industry. Physical: Ability to access computer screens and electronic student records in software packages currently used by the college; ability to input data; ability to lift and transport 20 pounds; ability to verbally present information in a workshop or seminar setting; ability to travel to businesses to meet with employers and/or student interns. Other: Commitment to student success
Machines & Equipment Used: College mainframe software, PC Client Server environment, Windows 2000 platform, Microsoft Office 2010/2013, Outlook, Internet Explorer, presentation equipment/software, facsimile machine, multi-line digital phone system, flatbed scanner and copy machine.
General Employment Statement: A. Length of Training and Probationary Period: 90 days B. Hours of Work Week: Maximum of 29 hours per week in combination with any other contract C. Group Affiliation: Part-time D. Conditions of Employment: Board Policy E. Position: Non-Exempt, Part-time
Lake Land College - 10 months ago