Campus Director of Advisement and Career Services

Location
Florida, United States
Salary
$63,546.00 - $79,433.00
Posted
Jun 18, 2021
Employment Level
Executive
Employment Type
Full Time

All applications must be submitted online at http://www.mdc.edu/jobs/
Job Opening ID: 1001418

Job Description:

The Director of Advisement and Career Services is responsible for developing, implementing and evaluating programs and services of the department. The Director also has the administrative responsibility of hiring, training, supervising and evaluating all personnel according to College policies and procedures.

Duties & Responsibilities:

•Develops and coordinates programs and services related to academic and career advisement and the acquisition of employability skills
•Prepares and maintains budgets
•Responsible for providing academic and career advisement for students in the following categories: new, transfer, transient, undecided, and those not making satisfactory progress as outlined in the Standards of Academic Progress
•Verifies graduation eligibility
•Responsible for providing student support activities and resources including career exploration, employability skills and advising resources
•Assists students with clarifying their academic and career goals and resolves student issues as needed
•Disseminates information about articulation agreements and the rights of transfer students.
•Oversees the development and maintenance of employment opportunities for students and graduates
•Establishes linkages with MDC schools and academic departments to expose students to programs, services, resources and internship opportunities
•Establishes linkages with the local employer community for the purpose of increasing employment and internship opportunities for students and graduates

Minimum Requirements:

•Master’s degree in Education, Psychology or other appropriate field and three (3) years of related experience
•Knowledge of academic advising and career development principles and practices.
•Knowledge of current employment trends and placement opportunities.
•Knowledge of computerized student information systems.
•Knowledge of federal, state and college EEO/AA/Diversity laws, guidelines and procedures
•Possess skills in budget preparation and fiscal management.
•Possess employee development and performance management skills.
•Ability to identify and secure alternative funding/revenue sources.