Website University of Louisville - University Career Center
Provide individual and group career coaching using effective counseling/coaching techniques and career assessment instruments. Develop, organize, and implement educational programming in assigned career areas, including workshops, industry panels, and presentations on career education topics. Promote career readiness across the full student life cycle including choosing a major, defining a career path, preparing for internships, and developing job search skills necessary for entry into field. Proactively seek opportunities for outreach and collaboration with faculty, administrative departments, and student organizations to enhance outreach efforts. Collaborate with faculty on integrating career assignments into coursework.
Advising assignments will be made based on candidates’ interests and skills in advising different career areas. Possibilities include health sciences, natural sciences, social work, education, and human development. Workweek is 37.5 hours M-F, 9:00 am to 5:00 pm. Work schedule includes occasional attendance at night and weekend events. There is the possibility of one remote work day a week.
Master’s degree in related area (Counseling, College Student Personnel, Higher Education, Psychology, Human Resources) and 2 years of related experience (University career coaching or counseling, coaching citizens in career transition, academic advising, or workforce development).
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