President for Diversity and Inclusion
Iowa State University is the most
student-centered public research university in the nation. It is a place where
adventurous minds are encouraged to accomplish amazing things. As a major international
university ranked in the top 50 among public universities by U.S. News & World Report and a
member of the Association of American Universities, Iowa State offers a student
experience rich in social and academic diversity. Over 34,000 students choose
from 100 majors, study with world-class scholars, and hone their leadership
skills in more than 800 student organizations. Students from all 50 states and
more than 100 countries converge on one of the nation’s top 25 most beautiful
campuses. Big 12 sports and a tradition of cultural and popular performances
make campus life fun and memorable. Iowa State is a land-grant university and
has set enrollment records the past five years and is the largest university in
the state of Iowa. Iowa State is located in Ames, a community of 60,000 ranked
as the second-best college town (under 250,000 population) and among the top 10
best places to live in America.
Reporting to the President, the Vice President
for Diversity and Inclusion is a new position that serves as the university’s
Chief Diversity Officer and advises senior leadership about strategic diversity
planning efforts that advance Iowa State’s mission and vision. The Vice
President collaborates with key university stakeholders to enhance the coordination
of current cultural and educational programs that increase awareness,
appreciation, and engagement with diversity and inclusion for students, staff,
faculty and residents of Iowa. In addition, the Vice President develops
initiatives to increase institutional diversity of faculty, staff, and students
through recruitment, retention, and development of underrepresented
populations; serves as a centralized resource for students and student
organizations about diversity and inclusion; and serves as an advocate for
diversity, equity and inclusion within the university, the Ames community and the
State of Iowa.
The successful candidate must possess a master’s
degree with a minimum of ten years of experience leading programs related to
diversity and inclusion in a complex environment. A doctorate is preferred. The
ideal candidate will also possess experience in strategic planning for
diversity and inclusion and the creation, implementation, and assessment of
diversity and inclusion programs; a proven record of managing collaboration
between individuals and groups; ability to understand and analyze complex
situations and effectively develop and communicate action plans; ability to
effectively manage multiple competing priorities and coordinate complex
administrative operations. In addition,
the ideal candidate will have an open, transparent leadership style; superior
interpersonal skills; knowledge of the culture of higher education and the
unique needs of students, faculty, staff and administrators as it relates to
diversity and inclusion; and respect for and an understanding of shared
governance within a decentralized institution.
Review of applications will begin June 12, 2015
and will continue until the position is filled. A resume with an accompanying
cover letter may be submitted via SJG at www.spelmanandjohnson.com under
the Current Searches tab. Nominations for this position may be emailed to Mark
A. Hall at email@example.com.
SJG – The
Spelman & Johnson Group
Iowa State University – Vice
President for Diversity and Inclusion
Mark A. Hall, Senior
ISU website at www.iastate.edu
information about the Vice President for Diversity and Inclusion search
available at www.president.iastate.edu/more/cdo2015
University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified
applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race,
color, age, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic
information, national origin, marital status, disability, or protected veteran
status, and will not be discriminated against.
University of California, Riverside
Under the general direction of the
Associate Director, provide advising and support services to promote the
success and wellness of international students at one of the most diverse
universities in the nation. Serve as a campus Designated School Official
and/or Alternate Responsible Officer, providing expert immigration services
and regulatory advising to international students. In collaboration with the
international student advising and support team, design and deliver
professional intercultural and support programs that facilitate the
educational, professional, and personal success of international students at
UCR. Contribute to outreach and campus training that provides faculty, staff,
and domestic students with the resources and skills they need to effectively
contribute to an increasingly international campus. Work collaboratively with
on and off campus partners to improve and maximize support services for
1. Must be a U.S. citizen or
permanent resident as required by federal regulations for those who serve as
a Designated School Official and Alternate Responsible Officer.
2. Bachelor's degree in international relations, intercultural
communications, and/or equivalent education and experience in a related
3. Experience working with international students in a college/university
setting and demonstrated knowledge of their adjustment and support needs.
4. Experience developing, facilitating and evaluating support programs for
5. Knowledge of SEVIS reporting requirements, as well as federal laws and
regulations pertaining to international students in F-1 and J-1 status.
Demonstrated ability to research, comprehend, analyze and apply complex
6. Experience in counseling and guidance techniques; advising students to
help them resolve multi-faceted issues (e.g. cultural, social, health,
academic) and making appropriate and sensitive referrals.
7. Excellent written, verbal, presentation and intercultural communication
skills and the ability to interact professionally, effectively and
sensitively with on and off campus clients and partners.
8. Experience organizing and prioritizing competing tasks, completing
assignments with accuracy, and meeting deadlines.
9. Ability to thrive in a fast-paced, constantly changing environment.
10. Demonstrated familiarity and comfort using the technology necessary to
satisfactorily perform the duties of an international student advisor and
student affairs professional.
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The Associate Director of
Wellness/Director of Sexual Assault Prevention & Response Services is
responsible for the development, implementation and evaluation of a
comprehensive empowerment-based and trauma-informed violence prevention program
for Babson to include educational programs, intervention services, consultation
regarding policy initiatives, and support for students who have experienced
sexual harassment, stalking, intimate partner violence, and sexual
• Provide leadership and vision for
a comprehensive violence prevention program focused on education, intervention,
policy development, and support for students who have experienced harassment,
stalking, intimate partner violence, sexual assault and/or rape.
• Develop, implement, and evaluate comprehensive support services for survivors
of sexual assault and intimate partner violence to include on-call crisis
response services (including nights and weekends), advocacy regarding medical,
legal, administrative and academic options, and case management.
• Develop campus-wide training for students (undergraduate and graduate),
faculty, and staff related to gendered violence and bystander intervention.
• Collaborate with Title IX Coordinator on the development, implementation, and
evaluation of campus policies, procedures, and practices related to the
prevention of gender-based misconduct.
• Ensure compliance with local, state, and federal laws.
• Implement best practices in
accordance with Massachusetts law (civil and criminal) and campus policies in a
non-judgmental manner, maintaining confidentiality as defined by applicable
professional codes, laws, and policies.
• Partner with Wellness Department colleagues (Health Services, Counseling
Services, and Health Promotion) in the development of holistic approach to
health and wellness at Babson College.
• Assumes additional responsibilities as required.
Minimum Level of Education Required Master’s degree in Counseling, Social Work,
Public Health or related field plus certification as a rape crisis counselor in
the Commonwealth of Massachusetts
Position Knowledge/Skills &
• Requires 6-8 years of similar
experience including a strong history of assisting survivors, victims, and loved
ones affected by experiences of gendered violence
• Strong verbal and written communication skills
• Ability to build relationships and establish collaborative partnerships
across the institution
• Ability to work in a culturally diverse environment and interact with
culturally diverse individuals at all levels of the organization
• Demonstrated ability to work discreetly with sensitive information.
• Ability to establish creditability and confidence with stakeholders
• Demonstrated technological competence with an appreciation and skill to apply
technology in departmental operations and proficiency in Microsoft Office
(Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint)
• Strong presentation skills
• Strong organizational and interpersonal skills, and must be able to maintain
a high degree of confidentiality at all times
• Broad knowledge of the dynamics of power, privilege, and oppression, gendered
violence, and sexual and intimate partner violence on campus
• Demonstrated experience effectively using independent judgment and making
professional decisions and recommendations in situations that require highly
individualized planning in effectively advocating for the complainant
• Experience working independently and as a collaborative team member
• Knowledge and understanding of Title IX, CampusSave, Clery, and related
Additional Required Skills &
May require some late
Interested candidates should apply
via our website https://babson.peopleadmin.com
Babson College is an Equal
Opportunity/Access/Affirmative Action/Pro Disabled & Veteran Employer
committed to enhancing diversity and inclusion across all levels of the
College. Candidates who believe they can contribute to this value are strongly
encouraged to apply.
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Faculty, Administrative Faculty and
Academic Professionals Vacancy Announcement Request
PO Box 4113
of Hotel & Restaurant Management
School of Hotel & Restaurant Management in The W. A.
Franke College of Business
Special Information (This section
includes information such as a notation if the position is subject to the
availability of funding, the location of the position if other than the
Flagstaff Campus, and tenure track eligibility).
Position in Hotel & Restaurant Management. The School of Hotel & Restaurant Management (SHRM) in The W.A.
Franke College of Business (FCB) seeks applicants for one full-time,
non-tenure-track position at the lecturer level with a focus
in hospitality finance and accounting to begin in August 2015.
- Teach 12 credit
hours (4 courses) of undergraduate courses in each of the fall and
spring semesters; possible opportunity to teach in summer for additional
income. Typically, this will entail teaching at least two sections of food
& beverage cost control, and hospitality finance, or hospitality
- Participate in SHRM,
FCB, and NAU service activities;
- Engage in a
program of intellectual activities or professional development
activities to maintain faculty qualification in accordance with FCB and
- Graduate degree
(master’s degree, or higher) from an accredited institution (AACSB or
similar accreditation organization) with a concentration in hospitality
management/administration, finance, accounting, or a related field.
excellence in teaching as documented by a pattern of strong teaching
- Prior experience
teaching food & beverage cost control, hospitality finance, or hospitality
accounting at the undergraduate level;
- Willingness and
ability to teach food & beverage cost control, and hospitality
finance or hospitality accounting courses at the undergraduate level;
evidence of currency in the accounting/finance field in the hospitality
management experience in the hospitality industry (experience in
accounting/finance preferred), or 5 yrs of professional hospitality
management experience (accounting/finance experience preferred).
- Willingness and
ability to teach resort, and club management courses at the
- Ability to
communicate effectively and proactively with a diverse student
General Information (This section includes
information about the University or the specific department or program, and
background checking requirements. All
job duties should be included in the Job Description section)
Northern Arizona University has a student population of about 26,000
at its main campus in Flagstaff and at 30 sites across the state. Committed to a diverse and civil working
and learning environment, NAU has earned a solid reputation as a university
with all the features of a large institution but with a personal touch. NAU
carefully balances teaching, scholarship and service with a faculty and staff
dedicated to each student’s success. All faculty members are expected to promote student
learning and help students achieve academic outcomes.
While our emphasis is undergraduate education, we offer a wide
range of graduate programs and research that extend to such national concerns
as forest health and bioterrorism. Our institution has carefully integrated
on-campus education with distance learning, forming seamless avenues for
students to earn degrees.
Flagstaff has a population of about 67,000, rich in cultural
diversity. Located at the base of the majestic San Francisco Peaks, Flagstaff
is 140 miles north of Phoenix at the intersection of Interstate 17 and
With its elevation of 7,000 feet and four-season climate,
Flagstaff is ideal for year-round outdoor activities. Nearby attractions
include the Grand Canyon, Lowell Observatory, Oak Creek Canyon, Sedona,
Monument Valley, Sunset Crater, Meteor Crater, and Arizona Snowbowl.
Arizona University requires satisfactory results for the following: a
criminal background investigation, an employment history verification and a
degree verification (in some cases) prior to employment. You may also be
required to complete a fingerprint background check. Additionally, NAU is required to participate in the
federal E-Verify program that assists employers with verifying new employees'
right to work in the United States.
with experience and qualifications
position will be open until filled or closed.
We will begin reviewing applications May 1, 2015.
apply for this position go to http://www.nau.edu/careers.
Your application must be submitted on line to be reviewed and should include
a single attachment that contains (1) a cover letter addressing the job
description and preferred qualifications, (2) a current resume’ or curriculum
vita, (3) recent teaching evaluations
(if applicable) and (4) contact
information of at least three professional references including mailing and
email addresses and phone numbers.
Save all items, in the order stated, and attach them in a single PDF or Word
If you are an individual with a disability and need reasonable accommodation
to participate in the hiring process please contact the Affirmative Action
Office at 928-523-3312/TDD - 928-523-1006 or PO Box 4083, Flagstaff AZ 86011.
questions about the position should be addressed to Dr Paul Wiener, Paul.Wiener@nau.edu.
University is a committed Equal
Opportunity/Affirmative Action Institution. Women, minorities, veterans and
individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply. NAU is responsive to the
needs of dual career couples. Form A-1
Assistant or Associate Professor
Department of Education
Department of Education is seeking a candidate for a full-time tenure track
position at the rank of assistant or associate professor.
faculty position is a nine month appointment and responsibilities include
teaching elementary methods courses and general education courses and methods
courses depending on content specialization. The position also includes
responsibility for serving as the Assessment Coordinator with duties of
managing the development and implementation of a comprehensive program of
assessment for the purpose of program improvements in the Education
assessment coordinator provides ongoing support for assessment activities,
assists with the analysis of assessment methods and results, and reports such
results to both internal and external stakeholders. Additional
duties include collaborating with faculty on assignments and assessments,
including the CAEP accreditation process; supervision of field experiences in
K-12 public school settings; participating in WVSU campus events; advising; and
participating in outreach activities with local schools and communities, and
other duties as assigned. Employment contingent upon a successful background
earned doctorate in an educational specialty aligned with the position
and administrative leadership will be given preference. A minimum of three years of full-time
classroom teaching experience in an elementary, public school setting with
state licensure in an elementary or related elementary education field is
required. Public school experience should demonstrate the ability to integrate
technology into the curriculum. College
or University teaching experience is preferred. Demonstrated experience with
CAEP standards and National SPA Review process, with knowledge of assessment
systems and databases in public schools and higher education settings is
Closing Date: for full
consideration is June 1, 2015. Position will remain open until filled.
cover letter, current vita, copies of academic transcripts, and copies of
professional licenses, and three professional references (name, address, phone
number and email address) once final candidate is selected official transcripts
will be needed.
Assistant or Associate Professor/ Department of
West Virginia State University
Department of Human Resources
P.O. Box 1000 / 105 Cole Complex
Institute, West Virginia 25112
304-766-3156 – Phone
WVSU is an Equal Employment Opportunity
/ Affirmative Action Institution and does not discriminate against any person
because of race, sex, color, religion, national origin, or disabilities. Minority applicants are encouraged to apply.
of Iowa’s Chief Diversity Office is seeking a qualified candidate for the
Director of the Center for Diversity & Enrichment (CDE) position to further
the University of Iowa’s diversity goals by providing services to eligible
students. This position will lead the development, implementation,
administration, and activities of the Center for Diversity & Enrichment
(CDE). CDE provides precollege student development, assists with facilitating
the enrollment process, and provides programs and activities that support the
ability of underserved students to increase their skills to thrive and succeed
at the University of Iowa. This position is responsible for ensuring data
retention and submission of annual reports;
developing and maintaining departmental budget; supervising professional
staff, which includes project directors of TRiO Student Support Services and
Upward Bound programs, as well as temporary and student employees; maintaining
professional relationships with administration, faculty, community, and
students; building and maintaining professional relationships, as well as
collaborating, with key areas on campus in order to promote and advance the
student experience at the University of Iowa; promote healthy relations to
enhance the team environment with Center for Diversity & Enrichment, and
other departments on campus. The
director will work closely with the rest of the Chief Diversity Office
executive team on strategic planning.
University enrolls more than 30,000 students, has 1,700 tenured and tenure
track faculty, and more than 22,000 full time equivalent employees This Big Ten Conference university is located
in Iowa City, a vibrant college community that provides affordable housing,
quality K-12 education, and an active cultural community, all located within
the scenic rolling hills of Iowa. Frequently named to several "Best Small
Cities" lists, this community is a warm and welcoming place for visitors
and newcomers alike.
Master’s degree or equivalent combination of
education and experience;
3-5 years of experience serving students with disabilities, U.S. ethnic
minority, first generation, LGBTQ, military/veteran, and/or low-income students
in a higher education student support setting, or experience in counseling or
advising, college/university students from these same populations;
proficiency in the following competencies:
Knowledge of, and ability to apply, policies and
practices for planning and administering a budget.
Ability to work with a
variety of individuals and groups in a constructive and civil manner while
appreciating the unique contribution of individuals from varied cultures, race,
creed, color, national origin, age, sex, disability, sexual orientation, and
Knowledge and application of the communication
techniques and relationship building skills that develop the ability to work
with a variety of individuals and groups in a constructive and collaborative
Understanding of the
issues related to the decision-making process; ability to analyze situations
fully and accurately, and reach productive decisions.
Ability to work
developmentally with students; ability to promote student learning,
development, and success by applying advising approaches to diverse individual
Ability to contribute to
operational (short term), tactical (1-2 years) and strategic (3-5 years)
planning in support of the overall business plan.
Ability to form and
manage effective teams, while applying performance management practices and
tools to develop and improve individual, team, and organizational performance.
of student focused grant programs, such as Department of Education TRiO
of assessment and evaluation methods;
of policies, procedures, regulations, and programming pertaining to
college/university admissions, scholarships, financial aid, student services,
alumni affairs, university relations and media, campus facilities, university
community, advising and academic/collegiate degree programs.
For a complete
job description, visit our web site: http://diversity.uiowa.edu/employment-opportunities. To apply for this position, visit our website
at http://jobs.uiowa.edu/ and search for
Requisition #66438. All applications
must be completed online via this website; however, if you need an
accommodation in order to apply for this position, please contact Ms. Sharon
Beck by phone at (319) 384-3435 or send
an email to firstname.lastname@example.org .
The University of Iowa values diversity among
students, faculty, and staff and believes that a rich diversity of people and
the many points of view they bring serve to enhance the quality of the
educational experience at the University of Iowa.
of Iowa is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer. All qualified
applicants are encouraged to apply and will receive consideration for
employment free from discrimination on the basis of race, creed, color,
national origin, age, sex, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity,
genetic information, religion, associational preference, status as a qualified
individual with a disability, or status as a protected veteran.
background checks (e.g. criminal background and credential checks) will be
Jackson State University
NOTICE OF VACANCY
POSITION: Assistant or
Associate Professor Criminal
DEPARTMEMT: Justice and Sociology August 15, 2015
START DATE: August 15, 2015
SALARY: Commensurate with experience
University's Department of Criminal Justice
and Sociology invites applications for a tenure-track assistant or associate professor.
The Department of Criminal Justice and Sociology invites applicants for a tenure-track
position beginning August 15, 2015. Applicants should have a terminal degree in Criminal
Justice, Criminology, Administration of justice or Juvenile
Justice. Areas of specialization desired are law enforcement, research methods, and statistics. Teaching load is between 9-12 credit hours per semester,
depending on faculty status and advising responsibilities of graduate
students. All faculty are expected
to participate in delivering college-wide first and second year core courses that emphasize writing, speaking, and the
use of technology. For tenure track positions, the successful candidates will provide evidence of
excellence in teaching, ongoing scholarship, grantsmanship,
and professional development that will enable them to meet the criteria
for promotion and tenure at the appropriate time in the Department of Criminal Justice and Sociology.
Submit a letter of interest, curriculum vitae, evidence of
of teaching effectiveness, a writing sample, research
agenda, academic transcripts, and three letters
of professional references with names, email addresses, and telephone numbers,
who may be contacted. Materials should be addressed to Dr. Etta F. Morgan, Chair and are to be
submitted via online at https://jsums.peopleadmin.com. Although
this position will remain open until filled, review of candidates' materials will begin immediately.
Jackson State University is an equal
opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration
for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, age, national
origin, disability status, protected
veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.
Cornell University College of
Ithaca, New York
Director, Cooperative Education and Career Services
Cornell University is seeking
candidates for the position of Director, Cooperative Education and Career
Services in the College of Engineering.
Cornell University's College of Engineering, the preeminent engineering
school in the Ivy League, has a rich history of experimentation, innovation,
and leadership. Consisting of almost 3,000 undergraduate students, 1,700
graduate students, and over 200 faculty members, Cornell Engineering is
recognized as a global leader in the discovery of new knowledge and the
creation of transforming inventions. Cornell Engineering students and
faculty members possess an independent spirit that allows for the development
of innovative interdisciplinary research, the creation of exciting new
programs, and the education of students who will better the future.
The Director of Cooperative
Education and Career Services provides leadership for a dynamic team of
motivated and experienced professionals engaged in all aspects of career development
of engineering undergraduate and graduate students at all stages of their
Reporting to both the Assistant Dean
in the College and the Executive Director of Cornell Career Services (CCS), the
Director works in partnership with academic departments, CCS and other Student
Services offices in the College and at the University. The Director represents
the College of Engineering to key constituents including employers, graduate
schools, alumni, and parents.
The successful candidate will have a
proven record in strategic planning, recruitment and relationship building with
a diverse set of employers, advising students on career exploration and job
searches, data and trend analysis and assessment, and the creative use of
technology in communication and marketing efforts.
The position requires a skilled
professional with the ability to communicate and maintain relationships with
multiple, high-level stakeholders vital to the success of the College and the
University. The Director of Co-op and Career Services plays an integral role
within the College's team of Student Services Directors and the University's
Career Services staff.
- Master's degree and a minimum
of three to five years of progressive experience in career services or
equivalent combination of education and experience. Familiarity with
engineering and technical career fields a plus. Strong
communication, leadership, and management skills are essential.
- Strong communication,
leadership, and management skills are essential.
- Demonstrated track record of
accomplishment as a leader.
- Organized and detail-driven;
strong inter-personal and relationship building skills; good public
speaker who can effectively represent Engineering to a variety of
- Willingness to travel.
- Proven ability to work in a
team context and to set priorities, manage competing demands and provide a
timely response to urgent issues.
- Ability to sustain ethical
workplace practices and confidentiality.
- Ability to set priorities and
manage competing demands.
To apply, please go to: https://cornellu.taleo.net/careersection/10164/jobdetail.ftl?lang=en&job=27470. Please include a cover letter and résumé in your online
application. The review of materials will begin immediately and continue until
the Director is selected. Background check may be required. Relocation
assistancemay beprovided for this position. Visa sponsorship is not
available for this position.
Diversity and inclusion are a part ofCornell
University’sheritage. We’re an employer and educator recognizedfor
valuingAA/EEO, Protected Veterans, and Individuals with Disabilities. In
keeping with Cornell University’s commitment to building a culturally-diverse
community, nominations of and applications from underrepresented groups are
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The Associate Director will have primary responsibility for
the advising and career education of undergraduate students. Specifically
responsible for working in collaboration with the entire Center for Career
Development team to build strategies that support the office’s integrated and
holistic approach to career development; taking a leadership role in supporting
and assessing employer partnerships; and providing key thought leadership in
the area of counseling and resource offerings. Provides overall management,
strategic planning, and decision making in one or more of the following
areas: Career Assessment, Counseling/Advising, Career
Education/Curriculum Development, Employer Engagement, Corporate Relations,
Recruitment, Program/Project Management, Systems and Technology.
individual and group student advising on career development and job search
strategies which includes supporting students in order to develop and
continually refine a job search strategy/marketing plan for both
internship and full-time employment; as well as guiding, assisting, and
holding students accountable in the achievement of set goals.
student preparation for job search by critiquing marketing materials and
conducting mock interviews; developing effective educational programs and
tools for domestic and international career searches; and researching key
industry trends and opportunities affecting undergraduate hiring and
providing that information to students.
with CCD team to design and deliver workshops, experiences, and other
programs that focus on relevant career topics, including industry and
function-specific issues. This includes working closely with student
clubs to improve their effectiveness in educating students about specific
career paths; co-developing programs as necessary; and engaging with
communities of interest related to assigned areas of focus (including
with the Associate Director, Corporate Relations, Manager, Corporate
Relations, and Assistant Manager to stay current on industry and employer
trends; provides informational programming to ensure students are prepared
to succeed; and monitors employer and student satisfaction and implement
improvements as necessary.
benchmarking research to support continued development of best practices
for counseling program, resource utilization, and service
improvements. This includes coordinating assessment efforts to
determine effectiveness of administrative processes and service delivery;
participating in developing, administering, and interpreting surveys
regarding student utilization and satisfaction; and managing assessment
reporting for counseling as it relates to student engagement.
Babson College at external functions related to student needs, alumni,
business, and professional development; represents CCD on various
committees, and serves as liaison to specific departments. As
industry expert, shares Babson best practices with external community
through presentations, publishing, and event attendance.
to the marketing of the Center for Career Development to increase the
visibility and brand of the office and to inform the College community
about career initiatives. Authors and edits department publications
and electronic correspondence to internal audiences.
responsibility for the ongoing development, management, and execution of
special projects and programs as determined by the Director.
additional responsibilities as required.
Minimum Level of Education
Bachelor’s Degree with equivalent experience
Position Knowledge/Skills & Abilities Requirements:
least 6-8 years of experience, combination of corporate and higher
education environments preferred
with and appreciation of career development principles and practices
to track, measure, and deliver value-added program results
to work across internal and external programs/departments/constituencies
and to handle multiple tasks
oral and written communication skills
presentation, marketing, and counseling skills
supervisory skills and ability to influence and motivate
self-motivated, entrepreneurial spirit
be a team player
computer skills including proficiency in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel,
Evenings (average 1/week) and occasional weekends
Additional Experience, Skills & Abilities:
development exposure and professional development experience desirable.
management/event planning experience preferred.
unrestricted U.S. Driver’s License, with an insurable (as determined by
Babson’s insurers’ criteria) or a satisfactory driving history.
Business Career Advisor
Office of Career Resources
Reporting to the
Associate Director of Career Development and Campus Outreach and working
closely with the Associate Director of Jobs and Internships and the Director
of the Career Center, the Business Career Advisor is responsible for
providing guidance to students interested in careers in finance, consulting,
marketing, entrepreneurship, and other business fields.
The career advisor may
also support the general advising team as needed in both student advising and
- Provide one-on-one
advising, mock interviews, and application support to students
participating in On Campus Recruiting (OCR) with business employers.
- Develop targeted
programming aimed at preparing students for rigorous interviews with
banks, investment firms, consultancies, and other business employers.
- Provide advising, mock
interview, and application support for alumni seeking entrance into
- Work with students in the
general advising pool as needed to help them communicate their
career-related values, skills and interests to networking contacts and
potential employers through resumes, cover letters and personal
- Participate in the
implementation of programs and events (employer information sessions,
alumni visits to the Career Center, etc.) as needed throughout the year.
- Support the outreach
efforts of the Associate Director for Jobs and Internships and the
Director as needed.
Bachelor’s degree and
demonstrated interest in and knowledge of career development as well as the
hiring practices of entry level candidates in business, investment banking
and management consulting or an equivalent combination of education and
related work experience.
Must be flexible and
willing to adapt to the needs of the office as they arise.
Proven ability to work
as a member of a high-functioning team.
Knowledge of career
development within the fields of consulting and investment banking, including
the interview process for entry level hires.
Must be flexible and
willing to adapt to the needs of the office as they arise.
Proven ability to work
as a member of a high-functioning team.
Master’s degree in a
Ability to articulate
how a liberal arts education can lead to a successful business career.
Customer focus, Interpersonal skills/savvy, Oral communications, Respects
diversity, Results-oriented, Service to the Wesleyan community
candidates are invited to apply online at http://careers.wesleyan.edu/postings/4376
Wesleyan University is an Affirmative Action/Equal
Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color,
religion, sex, national origin, disability, protected veteran status, or other
legally protected status. To learn more
about Wesleyan’s promotion of equity and inclusion throughout the University
community, please visit http://www.wesleyan.edu/inclusion/. The following person has been designated to
handle inquiries regarding the non-discrimination policies: Antonio Farias, VP Equity and Inclusion,
Title IX and ADA/504 Coordinator:
Director manages all aspects of relationships with international students
(clients) and with US students interested in working abroad. Provides
counsel and career education for international students and alumni in the
career decision-making and employment search processes which includes the
creation of workshops, online resources, and an overall strategy for working
with international students. Also responsible for generating employment
opportunities; establishing a strong working relationship with the
undergraduate students, administration, Global Advisory Board and faculty; and
assuming liaison responsibilities with student club department/program as
designated by the Director.
- Design and execute a career
services education strategy for international students in collaboration
with other members of the Career Education Team.
- Responsible for the management of
international student (client) book of business with overall
responsibility for career preparation and advisor services. Specific
advisor services to include, but not limited to: self-assessment analysis,
career evaluation, resume services, cover letter development, career
strategy action plan, interview preparation, and negotiating skills.
Collaborates with other key Babson stakeholders, including but not
limited to Undergraduate CCD, Alumni Relations, Alumni Advancement, Global
Leadership Marketing, Office of International Programs, and faculty to
design and deliver industry specific educational workshops.
- As a member of the Corporate
Outreach Team, create and execute a corporate outreach strategy for
companies who hire international students. Communicate regularly
with the Corporate Outreach team, in domestic markets as well as globally
to share trends in the employment interest of the international student
body and to gather industry specific information.
- Manage career education
co-curricular programs and workshops specific to international students.
- Generate internship and
post-graduate employment opportunities for international students.
Review opportunities and ensure that appropriate communication of the
opportunities is achieved.
- Maintain a current knowledge of
trends and activities in international student issues.
- Design and coordinate
career-related print and on-line curricular and program materials to
support the delivery of Career Management and other programs and workshops
pertaining to international students.
- Serve as CCD departmental liaison
to other campus functions, the Graduate School, and at external functions
as designated by the Director.
- Provide assistance to employer
representatives during recruiting visits. Meet with employer to
ensure positive campus visits, to understand needs, and to receive
feedback regarding student performance.
- Assist with special events such as
the annual recruiter conference, employer information sessions, and Fall
Kick Off events.
- Responsible for being involved with
off-campus professional organizations and initiatives.
- Undertake special projects, as
requested by the Director.
- Assume additional responsibilities
Bachelor’s Degree required (Business background strongly preferred)
Knowledge/Skills & Abilities Requirements:
- At least 4-6 years corporate
experience; additional experience in higher education and/or counseling
preferred; and international experience both living and working outside of
- Requires proficiency in at least
one foreign language
- Customer service orientation (students,
employers, and faculty)
- Strong project management/program
- Strong understanding of the unique
needs of international students
- Strong understanding of
undergraduate curriculum and program
- Proactive, self-motivated,
- Strong career advising/counseling
- Excellent oral and written
communication, presentation, and interpersonal skills
- Good supervisory skills and ability
to influence and motivate
- Ability to work with all
- Team player
- Strong computer skills including
proficiency in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint)
- Evenings (average of 1-2/week) and
occasional weekends; some domestic and international travel required.
- Valid unrestricted U.S. Driver’s
License, with an insurable (as determined by Babson’s insurers’ criteria)
or a satisfactory driving history.