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Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) seeks applications and nominations of innovative, collaborative, and experienced candidates for their next assistant dean of global careers. I appreciate you taking a moment to consider this exciting leadership opportunity for yourself or a talented individual in your network.
Reporting to the vice dean for education and academic affairs and serving as a member of the executive leadership team at SAIS, the assistant dean of global careers develops the vision, strategy, and implementation plan for enhancing professional development, career advancement, alumni connection, employer engagement, mentoring opportunities, and outcomes for all SAIS students and alumni. They lead a team of seven and leverage data-informed decision making and deep knowledge of employment trends to empower students to pursue their professional ambitions and maximize career advancement opportunities.
An advanced degree and progressively responsible experience leading and managing organizations are required. Candidates must possess substantial relevant experience, a demonstrated track record of advancing diversity and enhancing equity and inclusiveness, and extensive knowledge of pertinent labor market trends.
The full announcement, qualifications, and application instructions: https://www.spelmanandjohnson.com/position/assistant-dean-of-global-careers/
Please email Kara Kravetz Cupoli at email@example.com to nominate an individual and/or utilize the following link to schedule a time to discuss this opportunity: https://calendly.com/karakc/20-minute-informational-call-sais
Reporting to the Vice Chancellor, the Associate Vice Chancellor of Cooperative Education is responsible for maintaining, growing & improving the cooperative education experience for Northeastern University’s co-op community across all colleges and campuses. The Associate Vice Chancellor act as a leadership liaison between the Office of the Chancellor and co-op directors and assistant deans overseeing the college co-op communities. The Associate Vice Chancellor engages with the college co-op teams to strategize growth and improvement for co-op, identify issues and problem-solve, and engage with and support employer partners participating in co-operative education and other experiential pathways.
The Associate Vice Chancellor acts as a central point-of-content for all things co-op for students, employers, and academic partners. This includes leading broad communications initiatives for co-op with students and employers to ensure consistent processes and procedures, continuous improvements and optimization. The Associate Vice Chancellor also works in collaboration with the Registrar’s Office, Office of Global Services, Office of General Counsel, and the Career Design and Employer Engagement Office, as well as other university stakeholders, to support daily operations of the co-operative education program and the long-term strategic aims for the program.
Link to the full position description: https://northeastern.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/careers/job/Boston-MA-Main-Campus/Associate-Vice-Chancellor—Cooperative-Education_R116015
The Employer Relations Coordinator will work with the Directors of the Internship and Career Development programs to engage a wide range of employers seeking to hire Berea students and alumni. The Employer Relations Coordinator will manage the planning, logistics and implementation of in-person and virtual career fairs, Lunch with the Recruiter events, networking events, on-campus interviews, workshops, and special events. The Coordinator will support, enhance and build on the existing recruiter connections in the career management database, including recruiters for internships, gap experiences, full-time positions and graduate & professional schools. The Coordinator will work in conjunction with the ICD team to organize promotions and provide assistance to employers for on-campus branding and advertising opportunities for career development and internships. Salary range in the low-to-mid $50,000’s.
Berea College is a highly-ranked liberal arts college where no one pays tuition. It is located in Berea, Kentucky, about 40 miles south of Lexington. It’s a great place to work, with an amazing mission, and the Office of Internships and Career Development has an excellent team.
Link to full position description: https://myberea.csod.com/ats/careersite/JobDetails.aspx?site=1&id=1272
Reporting to the Assistant Provost for Cooperative Education and Career Development, the Director will oversee and manage daily activities of Co-op and Career Advisors. Conduct regular supervisory meetings with all advisors and prepare and facilitate annual performance reviews. Approve time off requests and payroll. Assist in resolution of complex student and/or employer co-op situations, elevating the most complex to Assistant Provost when necessary. Facilitate regular Advisor group meetings. Participates as part of the Leadership Team to continually assess student programs and services portfolio. Support international and domestic graduate students through development of career marketing tools, advising, and activities related to their internship and/or post-graduation job searches.
To apply, go to https://jobs.wit.edu/postings/6615