Job Location and Development (JLD) Coordinator
University Career Services University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Student A airs
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and UNC Student A airs invites nominations and applications for the Job Location and Development Coordinator (JLD) in University Career Services:
The JLD Coordinator serves three primary roles: 1) advising and counseling students interested in securing part-time employment while attending UNC; 2) developing relationships with employers interested in hiring UNC students for part-time positions; and 3) serving as a member of the UCS counseling and programming team. The position reports to the Associate Director for External Relations.
Part-Time Employment Advising
Develop and maintain all related part-time job programs and services;
Plan and implement outreach e orts to educate students about part-time opportunities
including Federal Workstudy opportunities both on- and o -campus;
Advise students individually and in groups regarding e ective job searching, resume
writing, cover letters, interviewing, networking, and other related career development topics and in using university speci c systems such as JobX and Careerolina to nd employment.
Part-Time Employer Development
Conduct outreach to new and existing employers to develop new part-time job opportunities and increase participation in UCS programs designed to promote part-time employments, with special focus on creating positions which will develop students’ academic and professional skills;
Develop opportunities for o -campus federal work-study positions including both non-pro t and for-pro t opportunities to expand the FWS program through wage sharing. Assist event coordinator with promoting, planning, and executing annual part-time job fair.
UCS Counseling and Programming Team
Contribute to UCS programming and delivery of workshops, seminars, networking events, industry panels and other o ered events;
Manage logistics of assigned events; makes appropriate connections with employers and professionals; utilizes technology. Provide programming and systemic support to the Leadership and Innovation Hub.
Written communication including policies, procedures, memos, etc;
Verbal communication including workshop presentations; incorporates interactive
exercises to accommodate a variety of learning styles;
Keep sta and supervisor appropriately informed; contributes to o ce morale;
willingness to assist when needed.
Master’s Degree in student personnel/higher education, counseling, or related eld with experience in human resources or career counseling.
At least two years of experience in college student services with preference given to individuals who have worked in career services and/or student employment.
Specific Skills and Competencies
Effective oral and written communication skills;
Frequent travel to visit employers required;
Ability to plan and implement annual employer development strategies;
Ability to establish rapport and relate well to students, faculty, employers, and staff;
Ability to effectively create and deliver presentations and workshops to large audiences;
Computer proficiency (specifically the Microsoft Office Suite) and industry standard career
Willingness to learn and use new and emerging technologies including social media and online
Salary is commensurate with education and experience.
Application materials must be submitted online and include cover letter, resume, and references. The application and additional information including closing date is available at http://unc.peopleadmin.com/postings/121427.
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill is an equal opportunity employer that welcomes all to apply, including protected veterans and individuals with disabilities.