The Assistant Director of Career Services will work closely with Career Center staff to perform the critical functions of the office, including counseling of diverse students and alumni, programming, outreach to potential employers and administration, in a fast paced, service oriented, student focused office.
Duties and Responsibilities:
Counseling/Coaching Students: Counsel and coach students and alumni on job search strategies and career planning. This includes exploration of personal values and career goals, resume critiques and cover letter review, interviewing techniques, conducting mock interviews, and the administration and interpretation of assessment instruments.
Career Development Programs & Events: Develop and administer career development programming and events. In collaboration with the Director of Career Services, develop and conduct educational programs, workshops, and webinars, including, but not limited to, alternative career programming, practice area career panels, resume and cover letter workshops, and career planning. Plan and execute Career Services Signature events, including an annual career night, and mock interview day program.
Employer Outreach and Engagement: Support the overall functions of Campbell Law’s participation in on-campus and external interview programs, both in state and out of state. Assist the Director in building and maintaining relationships within the legal and greater community while attending networking functions for more visibility to our office and Campbell Law students.
Judicial Clerkships: Serve as primary Career Services contact for judicial clerkships. Counsel students about the judicial clerkship process, review student application documents, manage OSCAR account, and handle all related communications to students and judges’ chambers appropriately. Liaise with the Faculty Judicial Clerkship Task Force. Maintain judicial clerkship related documentation.
Student Organizations: Serve as liaison to student organizations. Develop relationships with student leaders to create partnerships with student organizations to promote the integration of Career Services programming as well as to assist in development of a student organization’s own career related programming.
Career Resource Management: Develop and update career-related materials and guides. Write, research and share career-related articles in an effort to inform students and others of current trends in the workplace.
Other duties as assigned: Throughout the year, there may be new research and innovative projects that involves the Career Center. This position will support any and all tasks involved. This position may also be assigned to university committees and will also assist in the supervision of graduate assistants in the office.