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University of Maryland

Program Coordinator, Engineering Career Services

The Engineering Career Services Office assists all engineering students and employers in finding or filling internships, co-op jobs, and entry-level positions. We offer comprehensive career development opportunities for our students and a wide-range of recruitment programs for our employers. This position exists to ensure a quality experience for students seeking to connect with employers and make career decisions that align with their goals. This role will include advising students on resumes/cover letters, performing mock interviews, assisting with internship course registration, presenting workshops, providing outreach to student groups, career event assistance, designing handouts, and doing social media posts.

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Maryland Institute College of Art

Director for Career Development

Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA) seeks applications and nominations of visionary, strategic, and student-centered individuals for their next director for career development.   Reporting to the associate dean for student integrated learning, the director provides leadership and strategic vision for the nationally recognized Joseph Meyerhoff Center for Career Development (JMCCD), establishing the overall vision for professional development at MICA. In addition to providing direct service to students and alumni, the next director will manage a highly collaborative team of six staff members and serves as the primary advocate for the priorities of the center. This is an in-person role; the anticipated start date is late spring of 2023.

Minimum qualifications include a master’s degree in a related field, e.g., student affairs, arts administration, art education, art or design, and progressive professional experience in career services, teaching, advising, student affairs, entrepreneurship, or arts administration enterprises. The successful candidate will have a comprehensive knowledge of the professional environment and competencies for fine and commercial artists/designers and related fields, as well as an understanding of the issues surrounding integration of academic and career preparation.

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Review of applications will begin on April 5, 2023, and continue until the position is filled.

University of Cincinnati (OH)

Visiting Assistant Professor (Req 92201)

At the University of Cincinnati’s College of Cooperative Education and Professional Studies, we believe that experiential learning and career education are essential components of higher education.  In support of this, we develop and deliver innovative, high-impact courses, programs, and services that foster students’ personal and professional development as dynamic, thoughtful, global citizens.

As a visiting assistant professor on the Multidisciplinary Initiatives team, 100% of the assigned workload is teaching career education/professional development courses. A full teaching workload consists of 12 credit hours in fall and spring semester. Assigned courses primarily serve students in the College of Arts and Sciences, including courses designed for specific and mixed populations (i.e. first-year exploratory students, mid-collegiate students with declared majors, and pre-health students). In response to provost-level goals related to retention, many of our first-year career education courses are coordinated. Faculty assigned to teach coordinated career education courses are required to participate in additional training and work with a teaching team to deliver common curriculum and assignments.

This position will support growth in first-year career education courses and mid-collegiate career education courses tailored for target partnerships including but not limited to exploratory students, psychology, pre-engineering, media production, sport administration, and political science. Because students in these majors may pursue a wide range of professional paths, ideal candidates must exemplify an adaptable, resourceful approach to career development that centers on student agency and success. All ten unique courses taught out of the Multidisciplinary Initiatives team satisfy one of UC’s three career education learning outcomes.

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Lawrence University (WI)

Dean of the Career Center & Center for Community Engagement and Social Change

Reporting to Provost Peter Blitstein, the dean will work closely with faculty on intentionally linking career readiness with general education and major courses of study, grow and strengthen relationships with employers, and improve undergraduate preparation for graduate and professional schools. The dean provides leadership to a team of eight professional staff members and oversees an operating budget of approximately $90,000 and an additional $250,000 in funding for student experiential learning. This is an in-person role, and the anticipated start date is May/June 2023.

Minimum qualifications include a bachelor’s degree (master’s preferred) and at least five years of progressive leadership experience in career services for undergraduate students, alumni, and employers. Candidates with experience in corporate university relations, human resources, alumni affairs, institutional advancement, and professional services are equally welcome.

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University of Missouri

Associate Director of MU Service-Learning/Community Engaged Learning

The University of Missouri-Columbia is seeking an Associate Director of MU Service-Learning/Community Engaged Learning to lead the development and coordination of opportunities and academic credit for experience-based learning to promote lifelong commitments to social responsibly and public service.  This position will report directly to the Vice Provost for Undergraduate Studies.  The focus of this position will be centered around Innovation, Policy, On-going Program Support, and Teaching to promote student success and excellence.  This position requires a Doctoral degree, minimum of 2 years of experience in Educational Development and a minimum of 5 years of teaching experience. 

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Grinnell College (IA)

Assistant Director of Employer Engagement and Internships

Grinnell College seeks applications and nominations for an Assistant Director of Employer Engagement and Internships.
This position will provide the leadership, structure, and overall coordination of the College’s internship program, including the grant funding process as well as the internship course (INT -300). In doing so, the Assistant Director will work collaboratively with college staff and faculty, members of the administration, alumni, employers, and students in promoting internships as an integral element of the liberal arts learning experience and work with campus partners to monitor risks of international internships and all government regulations as needed and required. The Assistant Director will also prepare pertinent internship reports and publications; maintain accurate employer and student records; and maintain statistics regarding student tracking as well as track job market demand to assess and predict future engagement activities.

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