Assistant Director of Data & Recruiting Operations
Elon University School of Law
July 21, 2018
Greensboro, North Carolina
Full Time - Experienced
Career Development, Legal Education
The Assistant Director of Data & Recruiting Operations reports to the Assistant Dean for Career & Student Development. Working with the Assistant Dean, this position will perform duties related to developing and understanding processes, working with data and predictive analytics, and will require a person to demonstrate an understanding of the dynamics and goals of the office, be curious and determined, and undertake tasks on their own and as a group. The duties of this position are aimed at enhancing the student experience at Elon Law, including but not limited to: developing and maintaining processes for student and graduate employment data collection to ensure compliance with all standards and other measures required for accreditation; managing employer contact information; manage recruiting efforts with law firms, judges, corporations, and other employers seeking law students or graduates by coordinating resume collections, job postings, interviews, etc.; communicating with students regarding job opportunities, interviews, student organizations, and other career and student development matters; providing advice and counseling as appropriate to assist students engaging in these and other processes with the Office; screen, hire, supervise and manage the student workers in the Office of Career & Student Development; assist in the coordination of school-wide events such as Orientation, Friends & Family Day, and Graduation; and, assist and support the day-to-day operations of the Office of Career & Student Development, including preparation for outside speakers and guests for on-campus interviews.
Data and Operations (70%): • Manage and maintain a variety of data used in support of the Office of Career & Student Development. • Develop and maintain systems for obtaining graduate employment records in compliance with ABA reporting requirements and prepare files for audit. • Prepare data reports for external and internal audiences. • Identify areas of data collection and reporting that are not currently identified and propose and implement collection and reporting methods. • Assist in the preparation and maintenance of a Standard Operating Procedures manual for the Office of Career & Student Development. • Manage the law school’s internal job posting system for students and graduates, including managing system updates, creating and sending email campaigns, entering and reporting data, and creating surveys and posting announcements. • Collaborate with senior administrators, faculty and others in the collection, management and analysis of data. • Provide senior administrators with data for the completion of reports required by accreditation, government and other agencies. • Assist and support the day-to-day operations of the Office of Career & Student Development. • Assist with preparation for panelists and other outside guests who are visiting on behalf of the Office of Career & Student Development. • Assist with the hiring and managing of student workers in the Office of Career & Student Development. Employers & Students (20%): • Coordinate with employers to post jobs, collect and send student resumes, and schedule on-campus interviews. • Communicate with students regarding job interviews, student organizations, and other career and student development matters, providing advice and counseling as appropriate to assist students engaging in these and other processes with the Office of Career & Student Development. • Provide assistance to students and other guests who visit the Office of Career & Student Development. Programs & Events (10%): • Assist in the development and implementation of events and programs designed to enrich life for law students and to deepen students’ understanding of law school procedures. • Assist in the coordination of school-wide events such as Orientation, Friends & Family Day, and Graduation. • Preparation for and management of on-campus interviews. Perform other related duties as assigned or required.
Bachelor’s degree from four-year college or university required and master’s degree preferred; or one to two years related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience.
About Elon University School of Law
Elon University School of Law is the preeminent school for engaged and experiential learning in law. Elon Law integrates traditional classroom instruction with course-connected, full-time residencies-in-practice in a sequenced program of transformational professional preparation. Its accelerated 2.5-year curriculum lowers tuition and provides graduates early entry into their legal careers.