Job TitleAssistant Director, Social Impact Careers
Position TypeFull Time
Job Category Staff
Salary Range $ $58,000 - $60,000
Location Binghamton, NY
Application Deadline -
Contact Name Aly Novi
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The Assistant Director, Social Impact Careers, leads career initiatives to support the development and success of students, specifically focused on the College of Community and Public Affairs (CCPA). This position will be the primary support for consulting, programming, and faculty engagement for all CCPA students, but as a member of the Fleishman Career Center team, will work collaboratively with staff on the main campus to achieve goals.
This position will have primary office space at the University Downtown Center (UDC) and will focus on developing relationships with students, faculty, and staff to impact CCPA students’ career confidence. The assistant director will provide strategic direction and manage operations for the Fleishman Center’s satellite office at the UDC, including brainstorming outreach initiatives to increase the usage of services and resources.
-Provide career consulting, programming, and small group workshops for students based on their needs and interests
-Collaborate with other student resource offices on campus to have a presence in the UDC community through the ‘Student Success’ space
-Provide support and resources for undergraduate, master, and Ph.D. students to ensure they are career-ready for a variety of career paths including academic and industry roles
-Build relationships, curate resources, and develop programming for students interested in the Education and Human Services career cluster, utilizing the career cluster model to tailor the career experience for students
-Participate on the Academic Partnerships Team and collaborate to bring faculty engagement initiatives to the UDC to remove barriers to student access to career development content, resources, and networks
-The position will be required to do evening classroom presentations and weekend programming on a limited basis.
Visa sponsorship is not available for this position
-Bachelor’s degree in a related field and 4+ years of professional experience in career services or related field
-Experience developing programming content and supporting students’ development
-Strategic thinker, with the ability to brainstorm and collaborate with a team to develop long-term strategies that support the success of Binghamton University students
-Self-starting, creative professional with the ability to create and manage multiple projects simultaneously
-Demonstrated experience working cooperatively and collaboratively with students, employers, staff, and faculty with diverse backgrounds
-Strong oral and written communication skills, with the ability to write compelling career education content that engages the reader
-Must share core values of campus collaboration, high ethical standards, and dedication to what is best for students, employers, and Binghamton University
-Master’s degree in a related field
-Strong knowledge of the education and human services field
-Knowledge of student development and career development theories
-Knowledge of career management and higher education systems, such as Handshake, Banner, and Brightspace
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