The Career Counselor is a member of the Career Counseling Team that works with undergraduate and graduate students, including international students and historically underrepresented student populations, as well as alumni, on the career management process. The Career Counselor must be fluent in current career development practices, career readiness competencies, labor market information, interview skills, resume and cover letter techniques, and strategies to secure internships and jobs. This position will support, guide, and train students and alumni through individual appointments, as well as through the development, coordination, and delivery of student workshops and class presentations. The Career Counselor must also understand pedagogics as they will be part of a team of instructors teaching multiple sections of BUS100 (Introduction to Business) taken by over 400 first-year Business Administration majors annually. BUS100 is offered in fall and spring semesters.
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• Master’s degree in a relevant area such as career counseling, student affairs/administration in higher education, business, human resources or other related field • Minimum of 2 years professional experience (may include internships) • Demonstrated experience in career development, or career services activities in higher education, with knowledge of career counseling and student development theories.