Secretary, Law School Career Services

Seton Hall University

About the position: The incumbent in this position will serve as the primary customer service person who deals with all students who visit the Office of Career Services (OCS); is critical to the maintenance of our database which is utilized by students and employers; is responsible for the maintenance of manuals and handbooks used by students, as well as media equipment.  Extensive contact with legal employers, alumni, government agencies and the judiciary, as well as students, in order to manage new on-line employment posting database. For more information and to apply click here.

Student Services Associate - NJYC (Grant)

Union County College

About the position:  The Student Service Associate is the initial contact with students seeking entry into the college and with existing students seeking services. Is responsible for advising and guiding participants to sustain successful participation in the UCC-CEWD Programs. This is a grant funded position. For more information and to apply click here.

Coordinator of Career Services

Mercer County Community College

About the position:  Reporting to the Director of Transfer and Career Services, the Coordinator of Career Services will provide innovative and strategic coordination and management of Career Services Office operations. The coordinator will work to deliver exceptional career services including but not limited to assisting students with exploring academic major, career coaching and assessment, resume writing and communication, interview tips and networking, and internships and job search. The coordinator will be responsible for building and maintain career information resources and conducting related events and workshops. The coordinator will work with the director to collect and analyze career services outcomes, and to adjust programs and services as needed based on results.  For more information and to apply click here.

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.

 For more information and to apply click here.

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.

Director of Employer Relations

Clark University

About the position:  The Director of Employer Relations is a key member of the University Advancement team, reporting to the Director of ClarkCONNECT. In this inaugural position, the Director of Employer Relations will support institutional strategic initiatives as a brand and relationship manager, focused on expanding and enhancing substantive engagement between the university and nationally and globally prominent organizations in multiple industries. A top priority for the Director of Employer Relations is developing a strategic implementation plan that will cultivate and sustain organizational relationships by way of targeted alumni, parents, and other representatives’ involvement in efforts contributing to the post-degree employment success of Clark graduates. Key partners with whom the Director of Employer Relations will work closely include the Clark University Board of Trustees, members of alumni and parent leadership councils, and University Advancement colleagues.  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.

Director of the Career and Professional Development

The University of Alabama at Birmingham

About the position:  Reporting to the Assistant Vice President for Student Experience in the Division of Student Affairs, the Director of Career and Professional Development oversees a broad portfolio of responsibilities that support an institutional focus on student success and excellence in teaching, learning, and research. The director provides overall vision and leadership for the Career and Professional Development (CPD) department, which serves the University’s undergraduate and graduate students, as well as alumni and employers. The director promotes optimal learning outcomes and career readiness competencies through a range of functions, programs, and services, including the maximal utilization of the Purple Briefcase (“Hire a Blazer”) career management database that provides quality opportunities for student and employer interaction. The director oversees a robust program of career advising, ensuring its integration with other career development offices on campus and with students’ overall career-related learning goals, and oversees all aspects of job search strategies and employment services offered to students and alumni. For more information and to apply click here.

2015 New Jersey Career Center Consortium

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