College of Arts and Sciences

Graduate Studies

Center for Career Services

Center for Career Services

THERE ARE NO POSITIONS AVAILABLE FOR 2014-2015

  • Hours and Wages – 20 hours per week in exchange for tuition and fees (excluding graduation fee) for up to 9 credit hours in the fall and spring semesters (a total of 18 credit hours) and a stipend paid twice per month (September-May).
  • Qualifications – Full-time, matriculated, degree-seeking graduate student.
    Technical:
    - Computer proficiency with Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Excel.
    - Willingness to learn new computer technology.
    Organizational:
    -  Ability to plan programs and set prioritizes.
    -  Ability to maintain a professional workspace and office environment.
    -  Time management/ability to meet deadlines.
    -  Ability to multitask.
    Personal Characteristics:
    -  Leadership experience.
    -  Strong written and oral communication and presentation skills.
    -  Team oriented.
    -  Flexible/Adaptable.
    -  Sense of humor.
  • Responsibilities
    Supervise Career Assistants:
    -  Assist in interviewing, hiring and scheduling process.
    -  Create and manage Career Assistant schedules including weekly meetings and walk-hour coverage.
    -  Train and supervise Career Assistants in resume review, Career Connection, event planning activities, and marketing, etc.
    - Coordinate programming with CA’s and organizations they serve.
    Student Assistance and Appointments:
    Review student resumes and cover letters in feedback appointments and activate Career Connection resumes and conduct Sophomore Check-ups.
    -  Introduce students to career center services and online Career Connection system.
    -  Contribute to Career Center website, newsletter, and other marketing materials.
    CE – Career Education courses:
    -  Assist in development of new materials and outlines for the Career Education andnExploration Classes.
    -  Assist with class preparation, teaching (if desired), and grading papers
    Appointments/Walk-in:
    -  Assist with walk-in appointments and troubleshoot problems encountered by students/alumni/employers and respond by phone, e-mail, or in person.
    Events:
    -  Plan and carry out events, with special attention given to the Annual Career Fair.
    -  Conduct outreach efforts to various student populations, clubs/groups/organizations on campus seeking programming related to the Career Center and make recommendations.
    -  Provide marketing support to all Career Center programs as needed.

 

Contact Information
Ms. Jyl McLaughlin
216.397.1712
jmclaughlin@jcu.edu