This is a full-time, 12-month position responsible for the
counseling and assessment of students and alumni, developing and
implementing career programming and activities, and assisting the
department with employer development activities. This position is
an integral member of the Career Services office staff, the Career
Services Specialist – Career Counseling & Employer Development
is based in Lakewood but responsible for Georgian Court students
and alumni across multiple campuses. The role collaborates on joint
campus career events; works cooperatively with fellow staff members
on projects designated by the Director and liaises with faculty,
administration, staff and employers.
Advise students and alumni on all areas of career development
and career management including resume writing, interviewing &
presentation skills, job search techniques and networking.
Familiarize students with Career Services resources.
Meet with students and alumni, to assist with career related
needs, in person and virtually either by phone or video conference
Administer and interpret career assessments to properly advise
students and alumni.
Review and critique resumes.
Conduct mock interviews to enhance students interviewing
Develops and maintains relationships with employers in
Healthcare and Human Services, resulting in community service,
internship and post-graduation work opportunities for
Develop and provide career-related workshops, class
presentations, orientations, and additional outreach programs to
Collaborate with the Director to integrate labor market,
employer and recruitment information into students' career
management activities, including but not limited to the internship
search process and the internship work experience itself.
In conjunction with the Career Services team members, create
and implement outreach and communications initiatives to increase
Career Services visibility among students and build strong
cooperative relationships with faculty, administration, alumni and
Collaborate with faculty, staff, and administration on
Assist with the planning and implementation of the Career Fairs
and Networking Events. Participate as part of a team in hosting
Develop and implement one new career education program per
semester. And secure five new employer contacts each semester.
Contribute to the development and realization of the office
Participate in the Career Services office at Admissions Open
Houses, Student Affairs orientation programs, Commencement,
Convocation, Baccalaureate Mass, Mass of the Holy Spirit and other
college-wide events - events may occur on the weekend or
Perform other essential duties as assigned by the Director of