1. JOB PURPOSE
Plan and oversee all major recruiting events for the career center. Manage expenditures and receipts for events. Serve as a resource to students needing career planning assistance. Market event opportunities to students, employers, faculty and staff.
2. JOB FUNCTIONS
CAREER EVENT COORDINATOR
Plan, produce, and manage career fairs and other related events for the Michelin Career Center as follows:
- Coordinate and promote the campus-wide career fair each semester. Resolve logistical issues and address participate concerns quickly and tactfully. Maintain records and ensure receipt and expenditure reports are accurate. Prepare reports and publications related to the event.
Supervise Graduate Assistant for events.
- Coordinate and publicize the annual UPREP fair for education majors. Prepare reports related to the event.
-Assist with planning annual Corporate Partner Retreat. Manage registration and site arrangements. E/50%
Provide assistance to Director of Employer Relations & Recruiting on recruiting functions as needed. Assist in design and implementation of programs to bring employers on campus to connect with students. E/25%
Provide career counseling and workshops to undergraduate and graduate students. Assist students with communicating their abilities, experiences, and leadership skills in order to procure career-related opportunities. E/10%
Serve on Career Center Assessment Team and other committees as assigned.
Assist with departmental marketing efforts, including general marketing strategy for the office and specific marketing for events and recruiting. E/10%
Performs other duties as required. E/5%
A bachelor's degree and experience in student services programs.
PREFERRED IN ADDITION TO THE MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS:
A Master's degree in marketing, counseling, student personnel services, human resources, or a related field. At least two years professional experience in higher education or corporate setting. Experience in planning large events and managing expenditures and revenue related to events. Marketing, recruiting, public relations and career counseling experience would be advantageous.
PAY & WORK SCHEDULE:
Standard Hrs: 37.5; Band: 06 ($ 37,945.00 - $ 70,204.00)
This position requires a person who represents the department in a positive and professional manner, who can collaborate with a wide variety of constituents, and who possesses exceptional organizational and communication skills.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES:
The person in this position must have demonstrated skills in planning and executing large events, preparing and managing budgets related to events, marketing programs and events to multiple constituents, and presenting workshops. The person must be detail-oriented and extremely organized.
Must be able to work independently and with minimal supervision and take initiative to develop and operate programs and events successfully. Must also effectively interface with employers, students, faculty and staff.
Michelin Career Center
March 1, 2013
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