EMPLOYMENT

Career Advisor of Experiential Education

Stevens Institute of Technology


About the Position: Reporting to the Senior Assistant Directors for Undergraduate Student Career Development, the Career Advisor actively supports a centralized Career Center which serves an undergraduate and graduate population pursuing degrees in engineering, the sciences, business, the humanities, and the arts. The Career Advisor is responsible for introducing undergraduate students to the career planning process and providing access to experiential education opportunities. For more information and to apply click here.



Director, Career Development

Montclair State University


About the position: The College of Humanities and Social Sciences (CHSS) houses 20 majors, numerous areas of graduate study and also professional certificate programs.  Under the direction of the Assistant Dean of Student Affairs and Enrollment Management, the Director of Career Development leads the College’s efforts to support departmental faculty and staff in preparing graduates for careers.  Thus, working with the Dean’s Office Staff, the University’s Career Services Office, and supported by a Career Adviser and student interns, the Director will design, develop and execute a comprehensive career development program that encompasses the areas of career advisement, employer relations, resume and cover letter development, job search strategizing, and interviewing practices. For more information and to apply click here.


Career Navigator for Nursing & Public Safety Students – Part Time

Passaic County Community College


About the position: We are seeking an Career Navigator for Nursing & Public Safety Students who will be responsible to provide advisement, support, and guidance to the Nurse Educations and Criminal Justice majors with the intent to increase the enrollment of the underrepresented gender in each program. Through an intrusive advisement approach the Career Navigator will ensure that students are informed about program and career requirements, develop a plan for timely and successful completion of coursework, and access appropriate academic and support services as needed. For more information and to apply click here.

Managing Assistant Director III

College of Business and Public Management Office of Internships

Kean University


About the position: Reporting to the Assistant Dean, the Managing Assistant Director is responsible for managing day-to-day activities in the area of internships and will build new partnerships with small, midsize and large Fortune 500 companies to significantly increase internship opportunities for College of Business and Public Management students and Wenzhou-Kean University (WKU) students in the USA.   

The Managing Assistant Director’s main focus will be to market Kean University (i.e. Union and WKU students) to companies in the NY/NJ metropolitan area.  The Managing Assistant Director will work closely with other staff to connect students to robust internship opportunities; build strong relationships with faculty and employers; and perform related work as required. This position requires domestic and possible offshore travel. For more information and to apply click here.


Associate Director Career Services

Seton Hall University


About the position: The Associate Director will report directly to the Assistant Dean of Career Services.  The Associate Director will advise JD and MSJ students and alumni about legal and other careers in different practice settings, including but not limited to private practice, government, corporations, public interest and other non-profit organizations, and alternative careers settings. For more information and to apply click here.

Director of the Career Center

Mount Ida College


About the position: The Director of the Mount Ida Career Center provides vision and leadership to a department of critical importance to the mission and strategic direction of the College. Reporting to the Assistant Vice President of Student Affairs the office provides career exploration assistance, internship and post-graduation employment and graduate school resources to all undergraduate and graduate students in the schools of Business, Design, Social Sciences and Humanities, and Applied Sciences. The primary directive will be to build and enhance the relationships between the college and industry professionals and develop a robust employer relations program for all majors. For more information and to apply click here.



Assistant Director, The Career Center

Seton Hall University


About the position: The assistant director provides career coaching to assist students in the career development processes. Facilitates/supports career education, mentoring, internship and recruiting opportunities for students in identified majors. Conducts extensive outreach with employer and alumni communities to develop internship and professional opportunities for students. Serves as liaison between The Career Center, academic departments and the employer community. For more information and to apply click here.




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