JOB TITLE: Experiential Learning Manager DIVISION: Academic Affairs
SUPERVISOR’S TITLE: Director of Career Development
DEPARTMENT: Career Development
- Develops and or facilitates workshops including Interviews, resumes, etiquette, public speaking, coaching, emotional intelligence, personal finance, etc.
- Develops relationships and partnerships with businesses, community partners, alumni, and other key stakeholders who can provide experiential learning opportunities including internship-related opportunities for students.
- Develops, implements, and maintains successful college-wide Internship programs, project management, and reporting.
- Implements First Destination and Co-Curricular Transcript reporting initiatives to success.
- Availability to work flexible hours on occasions that will include nights and weekends as necessary.
REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE SKILLS AND ABILITIES:
- Professional with work experience and or knowledge of career services or related functional areas and experience with business, management, workforce development, academic programming, and experiential learning.
- Ability to use career management and career development technology to assist student development. Use knowledge of career, occupational, and employment information for guiding students.
- Strong technology skills around career counseling/advising including career planning and job search tools and resources and/or career assessments (e.g., LinkedIn, Holland Self-Directed Search, MBTI, social media, computerized career guidance systems such as Handshake, StandOut, and related tools)
- Experience creating and presenting educational workshops and programs.
- Innovative thinker and doer. Strong personal initiative.
- Attention to detail, works with a sense of passion, purpose, energy, punctuality, and urgency.
- Develop program and content creation for career-related topics that meet the goals and objectives of the Career Center, including experiential learning, faculty, and employer engagement.
- Relates well with diverse individuals, ability to motivate. Adaptable, flexible, creative, meets deadlines without follow-up.
- Goal-oriented, self-starter, ability to work effectively independently and in teams.
- Focused on measurable objectives and documenting outcomes.
- Superior customer service skills and teammate.
- Strong communication, interpersonal skills, and presentation skills.
- Demonstrated interpersonal competence and the ability to work effectively with diverse populations including high-risk, marginalized populations.
- Detail-oriented with excellent organizational skills and the ability to analyze, prioritize, and problem solve
- Proficiency in technology, and MS Office products (i.e., Excel, PowerPoint, Word) effective Project Manager with the ability to create reports and maintain databases.
- Ability to work effectively with internal and external constituents.
- Ability to present information using excellent written and oral communication skills with different audiences.
- Must possess a valid driver’s license and transportation.
MINIMUM TRAINING AND EXPERIENCE
- Master’s degree, in Higher Education, Student Affairs, Counseling, Business or associated field or Bachelor’s degree with equivalent years of higher ed and or corporate experience.
- Experience in higher education, academic support services, student experience programming or business, management, business development, HR, workforce, career advising, or related.
- Master’s degree
- Experience in program development, workforce, and career development.
- Professional Development Certifications; Career Development Certification.
- Strong Knowledge and understanding of industry, employer relations, or business development strategies.
- Experience conducting experiential workshops, and programs.
- Knowledge of corporate culture, strategy, and employee onboarding.
To apply for this job please visit www.benedict.edu.