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Graduate Career Consultant
University of Notre Dame This Graduate Career Consultant will advise and consult with graduate students within the College of Arts & Letters on all aspects of the career development process (assessing, investigating, building, preparing, implementing, and connecting). Consultants manage a portfolio of services targeted at programs to meet the career and professional development needs of the different disciplines. Consulting goals are accomplished through large lectures, hands-on workshops, special events, training programs, and one-on-one and small group career coaching sessions. Consultants engage with relevant constituents, including Directors of Graduate Studies, graduate student clubs, alumni, faculty and campus partners to cultivate student interest and preparedness.
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Career Counselor, Graduate Students
Marquette University Provide individual and group career counseling/job search coaching to graduate/professional students in order to help them make informed career decisions and prepare for an effective job searches. The person in this position will use techniques and presenting resources appropriate for each client’s stage in the career development process. It will be expected that the Counselor will work with students to translate their resumes, curriculum vitae, or other materials to speak to non-academic and academic recipients. The Career Counselor, Graduate Students will also coordinate implementation of career programming efforts. This includes career education and networking programs, career fairs, and presentation requests.
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Patent Recruiting Coordinator
Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati The Attorney Recruiting Department of Wilson Sonsini is seeking a Patent Recruiting Coordinator to join our IP Recruiting team remotely or in any of our domestic offices. This is an excellent opportunity for a bright, friendly, detail-oriented person who is able to prioritize multiple projects in a dynamic environment. You will work closely on all facets of recruiting with a particular emphasis on recruiting Intellectual Property professionals, including lateral attorneys and patent agents, at a firmwide level (US, Asia, and European offices). Responsibilities Include: Support manager of patent recruiting to hire lateral attorneys, law students, and patent agents for our patent prosecution team on a firmwide basis. Support law school recruiting team by coordinating on-campus and entry-level hiring for patent prosecution candidates on a firmwide basis. Coordinate firmwide patent prosecution specific summer program training, integration and events. Coordinate firmwide patent prosecution associate offer letters, associate onboarding and integration efforts. Work closely with our marketing team to plan, coordinate and lead recruiting events and create marketing materials. Administering our PALS program, which provides tuition assistance to patent agents who are in law school. Serve as primary point of contact for PALS program questions from internal and external sources. Tracking candidates, scheduling interviews and drafting offer letters. Sourcing patent agent candidates, creating hiring call agendas and special projects. Collaborate with administrative departments on onboarding and integrating new hires, including coordinating new mentors and integration activities for patent associate, patent law students, and patent agent hires. A minimum of two years of professional recruiting experience in a law firm or professional services is strongly preferred.
Assistant Director of Student Development
Brown University See link
Assistant Dean for Postdoctoral Scholars
University of California, San Francisco The Assistant Dean serves as an advocate for postdocs, plays a key role in postdoc community-building, and serves as the key campus expert and first point of contact for postdocs, faculty, and staff in the policies and procedures that impact postdocs, including those that overlap with collective bargaining agreements.
Assistant Director, Connections: Career Leadership and Engagement
Stanford University The Assistant Director, Connections: Career Leadership and Engagement integrates alumni and employer connections into all of BioSci Careers’ functions: counseling/coaching, connections, and curriculum. The position develops programming to introduce trainees to various career options, builds networks within various industries, and helps team members integrate alumni and future employers into all facets of our work: curriculum, counseling, and events. They advise, develop policy, and create leadership curriculum for career-focused trainee/student groups.
This position builds and maintains relationships across campus, with potential speakers, and across the field to inform best practices, and to ensure strong, diverse connections with our trainees. More details in the link below.
CLAS (College of Liberal Arts & Sciences)- Career Consultant
University of Connecticut Under the general supervision of the Associate Director in the Center for Career Development and in partnership with other colleagues, the Career Consultant develops, plans, and administers career-related programs and activities designed to assist undergraduate and graduate students from a diversity of backgrounds, identities, and disciplines. The Career Consultant advises students on career exploration, professional development, and the techniques for obtaining employment. Additionally, this individual will conduct outreach to employers and alumni to locate jobs, internships, and other professional opportunities.
Assistant Dean for Graduate Diversity
University of California Berkeley See link
Assistant Dean, Career and Professional Development
UMass Chan Medical School Under the general direction of, and reporting directly to, the Dean of the Morningside Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences, the Assistant Dean for Career & Professional Development is responsible for the development and management of career development programs and services for Morningside GSBS Students and Post-Doc Associates, including evolution of our novel curricular approach to career development (https://www.umassmed.edu/gsbs/career/educators/umms/ )
University of Connecticut - Center for Career Development This role leads the design process to develop high-quality, context-responsive, career-readiness programs and resources with efforts providing continued support for students from diverse backgrounds, identities, and disciplines by sharing career content with the campus community in an effort to reach the vast majority of students.
Program Manager, Office of Career and Professional Development
University of California, San Francisco This position isn't posted yet, but it's coming very soon!
Utilizing an understanding of student and postdoc career development needs, the Program Manager develops outreach and marketing to promote programs and services. The Program Manager modifies existing resources for development of professional skills and develops new resources as necessary. The person in this position performs independently, but may receive guidance in developing new career development services, programs, and assessments. This position involves planning, developing, and implementing programs, activities, outreach, and advising focused on students’ and postdocs’ career development. Works with students and postdocs, trainee workers, staff, and collaborators.
Key responsibilities include: -Provides guidance to departments on providing resources to meet life and social science PhD students’ and postdocs’ career needs -Researches, develops new and updates existing career and educational resources for professional skills -Modifies and supports workshops and presents programs to meet the needs of students and staff, including setting up and facilitating interactive learning such as group work, peer-review, and other learning activities. -Works with the event planner to oversee the logistics for 50+ programs (registration, space reservation, materials, speaker management, day-of set-up and post-assessment) -Develops and implements marketing and outreach strategies and materials to promote our programs, services and relationship with the populations we serve. -Conducts hiring, onboarding, and training of trainee worker cohort, including updating process documentation. -Evaluates and reports on reach, effectiveness, and impact of programs and services.
Associate Director, Career Services, PhD Career and Professional Development
University of Pennsylvania This position at Penn was just posted today!
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The Associate Director, PhD Career and Professional Development is part of the Graduate Student/Postdoctoral Fellow Team at Career Services and advises PhD students, postdocs, and alumni from 7 of 12 schools at Penn: Annenberg, School of Arts and Sciences, Carey Law School, Perelman School of Medicine, School of Engineering and Applied Science, Weitzman School of Design, and the Wharton School. To support the career and professional development of PhDs and postdocs, this role focuses on building and cultivating relationships with key stakeholders across campus and beyond including faculty, alumni, and employers and enhancing career opportunities for PhDs through experiential learning opportunities. The Associate Director, PhD Career and Professional Development will actively contribute to programming aimed to support PhDs and postdocs pursuing faculty careers and careers beyond academia and reports to the Senior Associate Director of the Graduate Student/Postdoctoral Fellow Team.
Associate Director, Employer Engagement and Experiential Learning (PHutures)
Johns Hopkins University Abridged version.
Johns Hopkins University has developed an ambitious vision to continue to integrate life design, experiential learning, and mentoring in the academic and co-curricular learning experience for all students and postdoctoral fellows.
We are seeking an Associate Director of Employer Engagement & Experiential Learning who will report to the Executive Director of Doctoral and Postdoctoral Career Design.
The Associate Director of Employer Engagement & Experiential Learning will work within the PHutures office to help expand a vision, strategy, and plan for enhancing the professional development, life design, employer engagement, community relationships, and internship opportunities for all doctoral students and postdoctoral fellows at Johns Hopkins University.
To be successful, the Associate Director will achieve strong engagement and outcomes in the following areas: internships, experiential learning, recruiting, employer engagement, alumni connections, and data collection, analysis, and reporting.
Minimum Qualifications (Mandatory): · Bachelor’s Degree required. · Three (3) years recent direct experience in business development, sales, HR consulting, or recruiting with large-scale organizations. · Proven track-record of having successfully executed business development and negotiated partnerships · Proven leadership skills and familiarity with operations of the world of work. ·Strong multicultural competency; experience and working knowledge in diversity, equity, and inclusion.
Preferred Qualifications: · 2+ years operational experience in start-up, small business, or decentralized higher education environments. ·Professional experience in marketing, communications, branding, and/or social media. · Experience in recruiting or talent acquisition, specifically at the graduate level. · Experience in collaborating with various stakeholders to drive Diversity and Inclusion results. ·Experience using Salesforce, Handshake, LinkedIn.
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UC Irvine Manage GPS-STEM program for professional development of PhD students in STEM disciplines
Diversity Programs & Fellowships Manager
Stanford Office of Postdoctoral Affairs Program manager for the Propel Postdoctoral scholars program in the school of medicine at stanford. Propel, entering its second year, is aimed at recruiting retaining postdocs from backgrounds underrepresented in academia into faculty careers. Co-reporting into the director of postdoctoral training and the Propel faculty lead, the program manager is in charge of the day-to-day operations, fiduciary management, programmatic management and coordination, and application and review management for this elite postdoctoral fellowship. ideal candidates having demonstrated interest in dei issues and higher education, program and project management experience, and an interest in program building.
Assistant Dean for Professional Development, GSAS
New York University The Graduate School of Arts and Science is seeking a dynamic Assistant Dean for Professional Development. The Assistant Dean will be responsible for the organization, development, coordination, implementation, and evaluation of professional development services for graduate students across all disciplines in Arts and Science. In addition, the Assistant Dean, in support of the Public Humanities PhD Initiative, will direct student-facing aspects of Public Humanities at NYU, and interface with Arts and Science departments as well as the public and private sector at large. The Assistant Dean provides strategic direction and leadership for PhD students' professional development and will assemble a comprehensive program that creates professional development opportunities designed to help prepare for professional life beyond the graduate degree. The Assistant Dean will create and manage a framework for professional development initiatives and activities across the disciplines. In addition, the Assistant Dean will seek out and cultivate relationships with non-profit, governmental, and private sector organizations in support of the Public Humanities Initiative's internship program, as well as manage all internship placements for public humanities PhD students. The Assistant Dean will also direct all co-curricular components of the Initiative, which include developing and managing skill building workshops for PhD students, and counsel public humanities doctoral students on post-degree career options. Additionally, the Assistant Dean will oversee all administrative support for the Public Humanities PhD Initiative as well as the broader GSAS professional development programming.
Professional Development Resource Coordinator (4517U)
UC Berkeley Full job description is linked online! This form has a character limit. Under the direction of the Assistant Dean for Professional Development, this position functions as the day-to-day program manager of GradPro. Located within the Graduate Division’s Graduate Professional Development unit, GradPro offers advising, workshops, presentations, and administrative services in support of graduate professional development and career exploration to graduate students, faculty, academic departments, and student organizations.
This position functions as the campuswide outreach, advising, and coordination hub for graduate professional development and career exploration resources and initiatives. This position is responsible for promoting professional and career development through outreach, communications, and resource development at all levels of campus, and also serves as the Graduate Division liaison to relevant internal and external partners. Responsibilities details and Qualifications POSTED ONLINE
Assistant Director, Graduate Career Development (Social Sciences)
University of Chicago A job in my previous office at University of Chicago just got posted! This role will be focused on career and professional development support of grad students in the social sciences. Strong preference for applicants with an advanced degree in the social sciences, defined quite broadly. Reach out to me with questions or I can connect you with my colleagues on the team. See full job description linked here: https://uchicago.wd5.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/External/job/Chicago-IL/Assistant-Director—Graduate-Career-Development—Social-Sciences-_JR17425