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Career Coach, College of Sciences & Engineering

After a brief pause in hiring for this role due to COVID-19 - our search is back open for our College of Sciences & Engineering Career Coach!

Come join a team that is moving full steam ahead in the virtual recruiting space, providing incredible programming and services, focuses on design thinking and innovation, and always aims to put the student first! #hirealion #tamuc

The Career Coach is responsible for administering and supporting career programs and services, building relationships with constituents, and implementing student programming initiatives.

DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Develop and coordinate career related educational programs for classes, student organizations, groups of prospective students, and others as appropriate.

  • Maintains assigned employer relationships to expand the range of employer recruiting activities.

  • Implement a college specific student marketing plan to promote programs and services to students, faculty, and staff through the distribution of publications, personal contacts, and targeted correspondence.

  • Develop recruiting tools (job announcements, e-mail, website postings) and target applicants within assigned college.

  • Promotes, and evaluates employer visits and interview schedules to assigned students.

  • Maintain membership in professional organizations such as NCDA, NACE, TCDA, SoACE, or MAC3.

  • Serve on relevant internal and external committees including, but not limited to Employer Advisory Boards

  • Provide individualized career coaching to students and alumni as well as resume/cover letter preparation, networking/interview skills, and the job-search process.

  • Recommend and implement approved best practices for delivering industry specific career services to students and alumni

  • Maintain on-campus relationships to provide career service programming for diverse and multi-cultural student populations

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