Associate Director, Career Development Center
William Paterson University

About the position: William Paterson University is seeking applications for an Associate Director, Career Development Center. Under the direction and supervision of the Director of the Career Development Center, the Associate Director is responsible for leading the employer relations team in developing non-credited internships and varied job opportunities for undergraduate and graduate students. The successful candidate works with students, alumni, other professional staff, faculty and employers to ensure that students are adequately prepared and able to build on developmental goals toward desired careers. This position implements and coordinates career related workshops, employment placement efforts and serves as a resource to the University community for career related information and services. The Associate Director will also oversee the Pesce Family Mentoring Institute.

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Director of Counseling and Career Services
Middlesex County College

About the position: The Director will provide leadership to the counseling faculty and administrative support staff.  This role will lead and supervise a staff of professional and support personnel in the provision of counseling and career and transfer services, including the development of annual goals and evaluation of performance.  In accordance with guidelines issued by the American Counseling Association (ACA), the Director will direct the development and provision of the following professional services: personal counseling, career counseling, transfer counseling, and international and disability services.  Additionally, the Director will coordinate responses to crisis situations and requests for intervention with students as well as support for students with psychological, emotional, and behavioral issues. 

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Office Assistant, Career Planning and Development
Caldwell University

About the position: Caldwell University invites applications for a part-time Office Assistant, Career Planning and Development. Reporting to the Director, Career Planning and Development, this individual is responsible for a welcoming office environment and providing general clerical support.  Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, maintaining program databases, including College Central, an online career management system; entering data into spreadsheets; managing internship program records; and administering internship evaluation process.

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Career and Professional Development Coordinator
Rutgers University, New Brunswick

About the position: Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, is seeking a Career Development Coordinator for the Rutgers Future Scholars Program. This position will work alongside a dedicated assemblage of educators passionate about serving first generation college graduate hopefuls. Rutgers Future Scholars Launch Pad is a new undergraduate and post-baccalaureate career preparatory and advising program for Rutgers Future Scholars attending Rutgers University regional institutions.

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Associate Director, Employer Engagement
Princeton University

About the position: The employer engagement team is responsible for developing, maintaining, and enhancing relationships with employers who may provide a variety of meaningful career development and employment opportunities for students. The Associate Director of Employer Engagement ensures that students have access to a broad range of career exploration and job/internship opportunities within a variety of industries and a diverse array of global employers. This individual coordinates recruitment and visibility initiatives for employers to reach Princeton students and alumni. This involves overseeing our robust on-campus recruiting program and an online career management system for job/internship postings as well as establishing recruiting policies to ensure all organizations abide by and work within nationally accepted standards for hiring practices including University, NACE and federal guidelines.

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Director, Career Services/Employer Outreach
Seton Hall University, Newark

About the position: Under direction of and with Assistant Dean of Career Services, develop and implement plan to expand school’s employment footprint nationally. Specifically, responsible for outreach in certain national markets, including New York and East Coast, Washington D.C, California and other West Coast markets. Travel to meet with potential employers including big law and corporate employers within those markets. Work with the office to maintain and improve the employment placement rate by researching job opportunities, marketing, and providing effective career counseling to students on a national level. Assist the Office of Career Services in other efforts to serve the employment needs of current Juris Doctor students and alumni, including maintaining a heavy counseling schedule, reviewing and editing student materials, and assisting in the coordination and implementation of the Spring and Fall On-Campus-Interviewing Programs, and the Judicial Clerkship

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Career Services Specialist, Experiential Learning
Georgian Court University

About the position: The Career Services Specialist - Experiential Learning creates, hosts, supports, and evaluates service learning and non-credit internship processes, manages the student employment hiring process and facilitates career events. Specifically, working with faculty, staff and students the Career Services Specialist - Experiential Learning posts on-campus employment positions, recruits students and facilitate the hiring of student workers; liaises with community service partners to develop off-campus student employment opportunities that comply with the Federal Work Study Community Service requirements; identifies service learning opportunities for students, and facilitates smooth record keeping/documentation processes, utilizing CareerLink, for all experiential learning opportunities.

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Career Services Specialist, Career Counseling

Georgian Court University

About the position: The Career Services Specialist - Career Counseling will also promote Georgian Court University - the institution, students and alumni by developing and maintaining relationships with employers in accordance with the department's mission. As an integral member of the Career Services office staff, the Career Services Specialist - Career Counseling is based in Lakewood but responsible for Georgian Court students and alumni across multiple campuses, will collaborate in joint campus career events; work cooperatively with fellow staff members on projects designated by the Director and will serve as a liaison with faculty, administration, staff and employers.

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