Career Development Coordinator

The University Of North Carolina Chapel Hill , NC 27516

Posted 2 months ago

*Career Counseling & Programming

  • Utilize a variety of tools and self-assessment inventories to provide one-on-one career counseling and follow up to primarily first-year students who are deciding their majors/careers

  • Support all career coaches in offering career development programming and presentations to classes, clubs, Greek organizations, and other student groups and clubs, especially those not connected to an academic college

  • Serve on Early College Residential Learning Community leadership team *Orientation

  • Support Assistant Director in all programming and presentations offered during fall and spring orientation for new students

  • Provide group career counseling sessions for deciding students during orientation and the fall semester *Residence Life Programming and Engagement

  • The Coordinator is required to live on campus in a residence hall at no cost to the successful candidate

  • Collaborate with Assistant Director for Residence Education to deliver career exploration and development programming that aligns with the Residential Learning Plan (a curricular approach to programming in the residence halls). This will include assessment and evaluation

  • Work closely with University Housing during June and July to prepare for implementing the Residential Learning Plan during the upcoming academic year as well as other duties as assigned in order to gain greater functional understanding of Housing operations during the summer

  • Provide interest and personality assessment group sessions to Residence Life staff and students living on-campus (primarily first-year students) * Offer career services programs to all students living in residence halls with particular attention to providing career exploration programming to Residential Learning Communities

  • Serve as liaison and conduct career exploration and development presentations to all housing organizations (Resident Assistant Council, Residence Hall Association, National Residence Hall Honorary) Completed minimum of 18 hours towards Masters Degree in College Student Development, Higher Education or related field. Work, internship or practicum experience in career development, advising or first year programming and housing/residence life experience; solid foundation in counseling skills; excellent written and verbal communication skills; ability to multi-task and take initiative; ability to lead and mentor students; and a passion for working with first/second year and transfer/early college students.

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