Reporting to the Sr. Associate Director of the Career
Center, the Career Advisor provides individual counseling,
internship, and job search advising services to undergraduate
students and alumni; develops and presents workshops; and
contributes to positive relationships with students, employers,
faculty, staff, alumni, and parents. The Career Advisor also
assists with planning, executing, and supporting the Career
Center’s programs and operations, providing leadership in the
Career Center’s technology systems, data collection and management,
and supervision of student workers.
This is a part-time, 0.66 FTE position.
Description of Duties &
Career Counseling Services (50%)
Diversity Statement - The Diversity
Statement should outline your experiences with diversity, equity,
Career Programming & Events
Independently provide individual and group counseling
to undergraduate students and recent alumni regarding career
options, goal setting, career research and job search process.
Incorporate career assessments (interests and
personality psychological instruments) into counseling conversation
in conjunction with values identification and financial planning
Assist with development and execution of tracking and
data management practices for processing of jobs, internships,
Marketing & Communications
Develop and implement career programming and events to
engage and support students in their decision making, including
design and implementation of long-range planning and goal setting;
preparation of professional materials, portfolios and interviewing;
and development of alternative solutions and timelines.
Support marketing efforts for programs and
Assist with development and maintenance of career
center resources, including website content and info sheets.
Ability to relate to students, build trust, and
provide effective feedback.
Ability to build relationships across campus with
faculty, other student life staff, administrators and students.
A dynamic, professional demeanor with exceptional
organization, written, and public speaking skills.
Ability to work effectively with a wide range of
Ability to multi-task and negotiate between competing
demands and priorities.
Ability to quickly and effectively research and
familiarize yourself with new information.
Experience working with diverse and underrepresented
Advanced Degree in Higher Education Administration,
College Student Personnel, Student Affairs, Counseling, or
Experience facilitating assessments including: MBTI
and Strong Interest Inventory.
Familiarity with the Handshake career database (or
similar career technology).
$33,000 DOE (0.66 FTE, 10 months annually)
Benefits Eligible: YES
30 hrs/week, 1300 hours annually (Aug - May)