Responsibilities:

  • Guide students in determining their interests and abilities using a wide range of methods, such as aptitude assessments, interviews and planning materials
  • Counsel individual learners, working with them to aid in the development of both hard and soft skills
  • Conduct group workshops on a variety of topics, including writing resumes and cover letters, successful job interviewing, using university employment databases and career development resources, researching graduate programs, and more
  • Work with students to overcome issues that could undermine their academic or career success
  • Help students craft a long-term plan for reaching their career objectives
  • Connect learners to additional resources such as financial aid, vocational training, extensive counseling and therapy services, medical care providers, or other state and local assistance as needed
  • Plan and publicize the career services center’s programs and events such as workshops, job fairs, and orientation sessions
  • Collaborate with faculty, staff and other student services divisions to help achieve university-wide goals and contribute to its long-range planning

Qualification:

  • Master’s degree in education, career counseling or similar field
  • Graduated from International Curriculum would be advantages
  • 2 years of classroom teaching experience or prior experience as a career counselor
  • Fluent in written and spoken English
  • Up-to-date with educational systems information
  • Friendly and accommodating to both students/parents and work cohort
  • Good team player, ability to take initiative, and a service-oriented
  • Self-motivated and passionate about students
  • Pass a background check and drug screening

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