Georgetown Univerisity Associate Director, MBA Career Center - Georgetown University's McDonough School of Business in Washington, District Of Columbia
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Associate Director, MBA Career Center - Georgetown University's McDonough School of Business
Located at the intersection of business, government, and international relations, Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business (MSB) develops principled leaders committed to serving both business and society. Through our global perspective, we prepare students to compete in today’s international business environment.
The McDonough School of Business, MBA Career Center is seeking a talented Associate Director, who will become a key member of the Career Management team responsible for developing career management strategies and counseling students on their careers. Additionally, the Associate will co-manage the employer relationships, and also assist with the design of engagement strategies for a group of employers within the Consulting industry. S/he contributes career advice and industry expertise to the development and delivery of value-added, client-focused career management services for the 550 full-time MBA students and 380 evening MBA students.
Reporting to a Director, the Associate Director has additional duties that include but are not limited to:
Leadership & Strategy
Provide career management and recruiting guidance to students and employers, respectively.
Develop a value-added, career management delivery strategy that ensures that all services are value added and client focused for the employers and the full-time/part-time students.
Assist with the leadership, coaching and development of the Industry Team members.
Assess the trends, feedback, surveys and other data to determine which industries and functions GU should be aligned with and therefore establish or expand employer relationships that will support the students’ career goals.
Employer Relations & Recruiting
Leads the development and execution of innovative marketing strategies that will strengthen, sustain and/or broaden relationships with employers.
Responsible for acquiring new employer relationships and look for opportunities to increase employment opportunities in international locations.
Assist the employer with campus outreach to students, including company branding, interviews, internship and direct hire placement, and other employer needs.
Responsible for facilitating introductions for corporate funding for career days and MSB events, as appropriate.
Represent and promote Georgetown at external events, career fairs and professional conferences such as NBMBAA, NSHMBA, Reaching Out, Net Impact, etc.
Student Relations & Coaching
Coach, advise and train students to develop a career vision and strategy.
Guide and monitor the execution of the career tactics that support the student’s career goals.
Provide coaching for students who have not yet determined an industry/function for their career path and assist them will selecting a career direction.
Partner with key stakeholders, including students, student organizations, alumni, faculty, MSB advisory board and the Career Center & MBA teams, and leverage the key relationships in support of employer outreach and student development.
Collaborate with other MBA areas, including admissions, student services, and alumni services as well as other relevant departments throughout GU.
Surveys, administrations and programming
Partner with Career Center Development & Support to ensure the integrity, accuracy and timelines of data entered into and retrieved from the Career Management technology resources such as MVC, Canvas, etc. and manage a portion of the budget.
Establish, track and report out on key metrics that will measure the effectiveness of the services provided by the team.
Responsible for supporting the design of career management events/activities that support employer and student goals.
Master’s degree in Business, Marketing, Industrial Psychology, HR, Higher Education, Counseling, or equivalent degree required. .
Must have at least a minimum of 5+ years of professional experience/expertise in Consulting as well as functional experience in project management.
Must have recruiting experience as a hiring manager, interviewer, or recruiting/HR professional.
Experience with case interviews
Experience and or strong knowledge of higher education is desired
Experience within MBA recruiting process and management experience in a Human Resources environment.
Extremely strong interpersonal communication abilities and strong team orientation required.
Experience coaching and mentoring junior staff on professional development and career skills.
Strong attention to detail, high productivity and results-oriented work ethic, positive attitude, passion for relationship building and people development, bias for action and taking ownership of tasks.
Strong knowledge of Microsoft office suite, understanding of general recruiting databases and budgeting experience are preferred.
Highly organized and creative. High level of flexibility and innovation
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