University of the Sciences
Director of Career Services, USciences
The Director of Career Services provides leadership driving the mission of the University, ensuring students are prepared to enter the sciences and healthcare fields. The Office of Career Services facilitates the process of career planning and placement assistance for students and alumni of the University. Career Services is committed to strengthening connections between students, alumni, faculty, employers, graduate/professional schools. Career Services also promotes awareness within the University with regard to enhanced career development technology, issues relevant to the world of work, and the importance of on-going career development.
This is a full-time 12-month position. The Director of Career Services reports directly to the Associate Dean of Students and supervises one career counselor.
- Master’s degree in Educational Leadership, Student Affairs, Student Development, Psychology, Educational Psychology, or a related discipline
- A minimum of 5 years progressive experience in higher education, preferably in Career Development or related discipline
- Understanding of application of FERPA
- Demonstrated experience providing career development services to higher education
- Demonstrated supervisory skills leading professional and administrative staff
- Excellent oral, written, and interpersonal communication skills
- Demonstrated ability to serve the needs of a culturally diverse student population
- Ability to work both collaboratively and independently
- Strong organizational skills with an emphasis on detail
- Strong analytical skills including data gathering, analysis, assessment and evaluation, and evidence-based planning
- Proficient in computer software applications, including Microsoft Office, Word, Excel, Access, Datatel, BlackBoard, or other related software packages
Minorities/Females/Individuals with Disabilities /Veterans are encouraged to apply.
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