Harvard University Sdt Srvcs Officer I/Sprvsor II in Cambridge, Massachusetts
45629BRAuto req ID:45629BRJob Code:FS0356 Sdt Srvcs Officer I/Sprvsor II Location:USA - MA - Cambridge Business Title:Career Educator FellowSub-Unit:------------ Appointment End Date:30-Jun-2019Salary Grade:056Time Status:Full-time Union:00 - Non Union, Exempt or Temporary Basic Qualifications:Bachelor’s degree required. 2 years of career or other advising experience.
Additional Qualifications:Graduate degree preferred. Ability to develop and maintain relationships with potential employers and organizations across a broad array of career fields. Excellent career advising skills, 2 plus years of career advising experience preferred. Strong public speaking skills and demonstrated ability to develop & deliver career education programs and materials. Experience advising students interested in a variety of career areas. Demonstrated ability to work in collaboration with students, faculty, administrators, staff, alumni, & external partners. Ability to manage complex and confidential materials under deadline pressure. Comfort working with Microsoft Office (particularly Excel) and complex databases, career related software, social media, and general web-based systems. Flexibility in a fast-paced high volume office environment.
Additional Information:This is a one year term position ending on June 30, 2019.
All formal written offers will be made by FAS Human Resources.Department:Office of Career ServicesPre-Employment Screening:Education, IdentitySchedule:Monday through Friday, 9 am -5 pm with occasional evening and weekend hours.Job Function:Faculty & Student Services Duties & Responsibilities:Serve as a career educator to enhance the advising and educational resources and programming supporting all advising units within the Office of Career Services (OCS) and to help the office to address diversity, inclusion, and belonging issues. Work on office-wide diversity initiatives and programming, including Diversity month and the Diversity Career Fair. Serve as a member of the OCS Diversity Team. Educate students about all of the resources offered at OCS and help them better understand the process of career exploration, job and internship search techniques, summer planning and funding, and graduate and professional school applications. Conduct resume reviews and meet with students in drop-in sessions. Conduct panels and workshops including “How to OCS” to introduce students to all of the resources that OCS can offer them. Keep abreast of trends across fields and “cluster areas,” such as consulting, start-ups, and fashion, and work with the advisers covering the area on materials and programs. Work on special office projects and support different units during their busy periods. For example, support the Campus Interview Program in the fall and help students going through the process. Support the planning for and implementation of January site visits and treks. Work with the College Dean of Administration and Finance and liaise with the Student Employment Office on highlighting the value of work on campus for Harvard undergrads through web materials, brochures, and programs.
Conduct outreach to employers in select career fields to encourage participation in OCS programs or events, and collaborate with select student groups, including the First Gen Student Union (FGSU) on OCS fall and spring semester joint programming. Seek out new information regarding changes in industry, technology, and economic trends. Participate in full range of office-wide events including employer visits, career fairs, open houses, professional development workshops, and college-wide meetings.
School/Unit:Faculty of Arts and Sciences EEO Statement:We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, gender identity, sexual orientation, pregnancy and pregnancy-related conditions, or any other characteristic protected by law.