Associate Director, Pre-Bba Coaching

Emory University Atlanta , GA 30301

Posted 3 months ago

Description

Creates, implements, and directs various activities related to the provision of career services for current and prospective undergraduate business students in the BBA Program at Goizueta Business School. These activities include development and delivery of career education programs and events targeted at pre-BBA students.

Partner with BBA Admissions to create programming for prospective undergraduate business students. Deliver information sessions and career programming on Emory and Oxford College campuses to enhance awareness of Goizueta, the undergraduate curriculum, admissions processes, and potential career paths.

Responsible for program management of pre-BBA career coaching, including developing and delivering career education programming, offering career counseling for pre-BBA students in both individual and group formats, and supporting BBA Admissions events.

Hold daily career counseling hours for current undergraduate business students.

Provide academic advising for an assigned caseload of undergraduate business students.

Compile and analyze appointment data to track student and employer trends. Share data with BBA CMC and Program Office teams to ensure messaging and service delivery is relevant to incoming students, while providing information to determine future targets for employer development.

Collaborate with CMC team to revise curriculum and assist in teaching professional development course for all first-semester BBA students.

Coordinates career education with business library resources.

Assists in development and delivery of career services programming for students who have historically faced under representation and/or discrimination in work environments and hiring processes; assist with identification of and engagement with students in these populations. Cultivate and strengthen relationships with Diversity Recruitment Programs including (and not limited to): Management Leadership for Tomorrow (MLT), Sponsors for Educational Opportunity (SEO), INROADS, Jopwell, Lime Connect, AAPD, and Out for Undergrad.

Coordinates with Emory Career Center and Oxford College career services to develop educational programs to benefit incoming students.

Coordinates special projects as necessary.

Supports CMC and BBA Program Office programming efforts.

May supervise student staff.

Minimum Qualifications:

  • A bachelor's degree in the school's specialty or a related field.

  • Four years of experience in career planning and placement or a related field.

BBA CMC Minimum Qualifications:

  • Bachelor's degree required (business undergraduate degree preferred).

  • Four years of experience in career planning and placement, campus recruiting, or a related field.

  • Experience working in a higher education environment with undergraduate students.

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Master's degree preferred (in business, higher education, counseling, or similar).

  • Related experience advising, counseling, or recruiting undergraduate students at a selective institution.

  • Experience working with undergraduate business students.

  • Experience developing curriculum and teaching career skills or professional development class.

  • Experience supervising undergraduate student staff.

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Associate Director, Pre-Bba Coaching

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