College and Career Counselor 

Eastern Christian School

About the position:  The College and Career Counselor is an integral part of the Student Services Team who provides college and career counseling for the student body, partners with the deans, and communicates regularly with students, parents, and faculty to facilitate the activities and services listed below. 

College and Career Office: 

● Provide comprehensive college and career counseling 

● Write student letters of recommendation 

● Establish and maintain relationships with college admissions personnel 

● Supervise Naviance use and onboarding efforts 

● Oversee college representative visits  

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Executive Director, Career Services

Princeton University

About the position:  


  • Provide leadership and set the overall strategy for career-related programs and delivery systems designed to enhance career development and career competencies of students.
  • Lead an advisory council that includes employers, alumni, faculty members, administrators, and leaders in employment sectors.
  • Strengthen and expand partnerships with a wide stakeholder base of outside constituencies including employers from all industry sectors (the focus being on c-suite leaders).
  • Consider and implement emerging technologies that enhance the accessibility of career development and student employment services.

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Apprenticeship Business Outreach Specialist

Union County College

About the position: The Apprenticeship Business Outreach Specialist will develop relationships with employers to obtain their interest and commitment to apprenticeship programs in support of the Transportation, Logistics and Distribution Talent Development Center (TLD TDC).

During the grant period the Apprenticeship Outreach Specialist will have identified a minimum of three employers who commit to implementing a registered apprenticeship program at their business, commencing before May 1, 2018. This registered apprenticeship program will be approved by the joint administration of registered apprenticeship in New Jersey with the USDOL. A minimum of 10 employer visits, and five partner meetings per month will be conducted. For more information and to apply click here.

Job Developer

Union County College

About the position: Helps CEWD students find employment (FT/PT jobs) that improve their chances for continuing enrollment, completing a UCCdegree and /or to end dependency on public assistance. Works with CEWD Student Development Advisors to develop individual employability/academic plans for students. Places students in worksites and monitors students' progress. Helps to carry out skills assessment and other related activities that enhance the best student to job match. Follows up on student placement success. Contributes to the continuous expansion of the CEWD job database by establishing and maintaining close communication with employers.  For more information and to apply click here.

Executive Director of the Career Services 

Colorado State University

About the position:  The Executive Director is a vital member of the leadership team within the Division of Student Affairs at Colorado State University, reporting to the Assistant Vice President for Student Success. The Executive Director is responsible for the 2.5 million dollar budget and overall operation of the Career Center. This position oversees programs that educate students toward excellence in exploring, enhancing, explaining, and experiencing their future career plans. The Executive Director develops relationships with employers educating them on best practices for hiring CSU students for internships and full-time employment. This position collaborates with multiple campus administrators, Deans and Associate Deans from all of the colleges, faculty, and staff colleagues in support of University-wide initiatives and events, and works with students from multiple student led organizations. For more information and to apply click here.

Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs

Old Dominion University

About the position: Reporting to the Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs, the Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs serves as the Chief Financial Officer of the Academic Affairs Vice Presidential division of the University providing financial and management services in areas of budgeting, resource allocation, full time faculty and faculty professional position allocation and recruitment process , adjunct faculty payrolls, graduate student assistantships and tuition waivers, faculty appointment letters, workload analysis, review and approval of contracts administrative agreements, space and capital planning, and special project and management studies integrating performance and financial data. The Associate Vice President serves as the principal liaison to Deans, University Offices (Legal, HR, IT, Budget, Finance, Procurement, Risk Management, etc.) and Research Foundation on all financial and data management initiatives. The Associate Vice President manages a $200 million budget and directly supervises five full-time staff members. For more information and to apply click here.

Executive Director of the Career Development Center

Rutgers University, Newark

About the position:  The duties of the Executive Director of the Career Development Center include but are not limited to: 
- Provides leadership and strategic vision for the career education and preparation of Rutgers University-Newark students.
- Provides fiscal oversight of the CDC’s budget, and generates additional resources through fundraising and grant writing.  For more information and to apply click here.

Associate Director for Strategic Outreach

Rutgers University, New Brunswick

About the position:  Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, is seeking an Associate Director for Strategic Outreach for University Career Services. Reporting to the senior director, the incumbent in this position is the lead staff member for developing and maintaining initiatives that enhance the awareness of the University Career Services across all five campuses.  For more information and to apply click here.

2015 New Jersey Career Center Consortium

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