Miami Hamilton Campus: Regional Director Work+ to Oversee and direct the development of the Work+ program including onboarding process for students and Work+ program policies, procedures, and processes. Onboard new employers including establishing records on position specifics, hiring practices, and execution of the Work+ Employer agreement. Coordinate and supervise advising and coaching of Work+ students, including maintenance of student outreach and meeting records.
Duties include and are not limited to:
Provide updates/summaries of the Work+ program to internal partners on a regular basis and upon request.
Liaise with and recruit new employers in consultation with eCampus and CSPD (Career Services and Professional Development)
Promote the program internally and externally in collaboration with Admission and Marketing
Update Work+ student banner records for third party billing and priority registration at the beginning of each term
Execute the signing of student agreements at the beginning of each term
Supervise third-party billing, invoice generation and student bursar bill reconciliation at end of each term
Develop an online orientation for new Work+ students
Develop and maintain a program of professional and career development tasks that are required of Work+ students
Develop the creation and rollout of partnerships with area high schools to prepare high school seniors for matriculation at MUR and entry into the Work+ program.
Required: Master’s degree in Higher Education or related field and 3-5 years of full-time work experience in Higher Education. This position is not eligible for H1-B sponsorship.
Consideration may be given to candidates with experience in academic advising, academic support, or student life, knowledge of career development best practices, experience working with external partners.
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About Miami University
Miami University, established in 1809, is a public university located in Oxford, Ohio. Ranked among the top 50 "Best Values in Public Colleges" by Kiplinger, Miami is recognized as one of the nation's most outstanding undergraduate institutions. With a student body of nearly 19,000, Miami effectively combines a wide range of strong academic programs with the personal attention ordinarily found only at much smaller institutions.