Director Of Career Services - Public Health & Community Medicine, School Of Medicine

Tufts University

Boston , MA 02298

The Tufts University School of Medicine's Office of Public Health and Professional Degree Programs oversees the administrative operations of the medical school graduate programs, inclusive of admissions, registration, career services and general student services functions.

The Director of Career Services leads, directs and evaluates effective and comprehensive career services, programs and strategies for a school. S/he will manage a team of career services professionals including hiring, training and developing staff.

The Director will oversee the provision of career advising to graduate students; partner with internal and external constituents, including faculty, alumni and prospective employers to build support for career services. S/he will oversee and evaluate innovative programming to ensure that students and alumni are prepared for careers after Tufts. The Director develops and maintains relationships with key industry employers and represents the Tufts Public Health & Professional Degree Programs (PHPD) at on-campus and off-campus events and on school and university-wide and external work groups and committees. In addition, s/he will oversee information technology assessment and planning and long term strategic planning with the Associate Dean of PHPD.

Basic Requirements:

  • Bachelor's Degree and 8-10 years of directly related professional experience. Master's Degree in student services or related field of study.

Special Work Schedule Requirements:

Must be able to work flexible hours (extended evening hours several times a year).

An employee in this position must complete all appropriate background checks at the time of hire, promotion, or transfer.

Equal Opportunity Employer minority/females/veterans/disability/sexual orientation/gender identity.



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Director Of Career Services - Public Health & Community Medicine, School Of Medicine

Tufts University