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16 Mar 2016

Full-Time Career & Internship Advisor: Tobin College of Business

St. Johns University – Posted by SACJobs Anywhere

Job Description


Building Constituent Relationships & Networks:
• Develop and administer outreach programs to
students and faculty within Tobin College of Business
• Work closely with college academic advisors to
ensure seamless career developmental advising of students
• Collaborate with faculty and staff to facilitate
student learning by assisting students in securing
appropriate mentoring, internship, shadowing, and work
experiences to enhance overall academic experiences and
learn skills essential to successful employment
• Facilitate involvement of faculty in academically
targeted career events
• Work cooperatively with Employer Relations
personnel to identify and develop experiential learning
and job opportunities for students
• Identify and stay abreast of current employment
trends in various industries of greatest potential
interest to Tobin College of Business students

Career Advising:
• Provide comprehensive individual and group
advisement sessions to target population(s) for a
multicultural community of students and alumni within the
• Coach students to begin their professional network
by facilitating connections with employers and referring
students to ongoing career advisement.
• Identify and encourage participation in
experiential and internship programs
• Cooperate with the academic advisement offices in
assisting students with identifying the most appropriate
academic “major(s)” and/or “minor(s).”
• Administer and interpret a variety of career
assessment instruments to individuals and groups to
enhance career advisement.
• Manage career planning and job search resources
(i.e. career fairs, workshops, conferences, etc.)
workshops to enhance the students’ career preparedness.
• Develop and lead both foundational training
(resume preparation, internships, interview skills, mock
interviews, soft skills, and job search strategies) and
career-related programs customized for students within the
school and various programs.
• Coordinate special projects/programs, e.g.
employer panels, as assigned.
• In conjunction with career professionals in the
central office, develop and implement programming for
target population(s).

Internship Coordination:
• Ensure that training and programming addresses
essential skills development necessary for placement in
• Identify and encourage participation in
experiential and internship programs.
• Be informed of national, state and local hiring
practices, guidelines, and labor related issues as they
pertain to internships.
• Support Faculty efforts to develop and expand
internship options and opportunities.
• Promote and monitor student submission of non-
credit internship experiences in UIS.
• Report quarterly on internship activity within the
college and by department.

• Conduct assessment and follow-up through
electronic communications, direct mail, and
telecommunications of all student appointments to
determine learning outcomes; satisfaction and employment.
• Effectively assess programs and services,
providing recommendations for changes as needed.
• Collect and document records of student
participation in programs.

• Minimum of five years experience in career
services, human resources, career coaching, corporate
recruiting, or related field.
• Master’s degree preferred.
• Knowledge of recruitment trends in one or more off
the following: accounting, finance, marketing and
• Interest, enthusiasm and experience working with a
diverse group of undergraduates, graduate students and
• Strong oral and written communication skills,
experience teaching, training or facilitating workshops.
Ability to develop and deliver effective presentations to
• Demonstrated proficiency with various technology
(Microsoft Office, Presentation Software, PowerPoint,
Prezi,or Brainshark, etc. and a variety of social media
platforms) to best meet university, student and employer
• A self-starter, able to work well in a team based
environment under limited supervision with effective
interpersonal skills and a high energy level.
• Able to work with faculty and administrators.
• The ideal candidate will have experience with
internship coordination, career assessment tools, and
knowledge of career development theory and counseling
• Evening work required, weekend work as necessary.

I understand that any offer of employment is subject to
receipt by St. John’s University of satisfactory
references, verification of employment and education.

St. John’s offers a competitive compensation program which
is commensurate with your qualifications, experience, and
contingent upon the departmental budget. We also offer an
extremely comprehensive benefits program to meet the
diverse needs of our workforce. Along with exceptional
benefits such as medical, dental, life insurance, long
term disability insurance, tuition remission, generous 403
(b) employer contribution, employee assistance program,
and liberal paid time off policies, faculty and staff can
also enjoy St. John’s performing arts, libraries,
bookstores, dining facilities, campus recreation and
sporting events.

St. John’s University is an Equal Opportunity Employer and
encourages applications from women and minorities.


Education: Master’s Degree Preferred
Work Experience: 5-7 Years

How to Apply

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Job Categories: Career Services. Job Types: Full-Time. Job Tags: Career Advisor and Internship Advisor. Salaries: TBD - Based on Experience.


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