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22 Jan 2024

Full-Time Associate Director, Graduate Business Career Development (Technology Career Coach)

University of Notre Dame – Posted by soliver Notre Dame, Indiana, United States

Job Description

Elevate Your Career at the University of Notre Dame’s Mendoza College of Business!

Embark on a journey where your talents meet purpose, and excellence is not just a goal—it’s a way of life. Join Mendoza, where impactful careers are built, and every day is an opportunity to Grow the Good in Business!

We seek individuals driven by passion and fueled by talent. Join a community where your unique skills contribute to a collective commitment to excellence. Enjoy competitive benefits and unlock a world of professional growth and development. At Mendoza, your success is our priority.

Join us in the pursuit of excellence, where your talents align with a greater purpose and your impact extends beyond the ordinary.

Responsibilities:
The Associate Director, Graduate Business Career Development (Technology Career Coach) will advise students in the MBA program regarding career development and job search strategies related to their backgrounds and career goals. They will provide industry experience and expertise in advising students who want to pursue careers in the Technology industry, including functions such as Product Management (Technical & non-technical), Program Management, Supply Chain/Logistics/Operations, Consultative Sales and General Management.
The Associate Director works with the Technology Club, faculty, and alumni in the Technology sector. In addition, they will teach a required course in Career Leadership and help develop career skills, including interviewing, networking, and positioning.
This position will be responsible for customer relationship management of corporate partners in the Technology space, including the Silicon Valley network, and will advise the Mendoza Experiential Learning team regarding student programming in Silicon Valley. They will assist the office in enhancing student career services and interactions with students, alumni, faculty, and recruiters.
Detailed responsibilities include:

Coaching and Mentoring

    • Provide assistance to student job seekers in groups and one-on-one; assistance includes resume reviews, discernment of strengths and weaknesses, discernment of ideal career paths, mock interviewing, networking advice, cover letter reviews, coaching of candidates through the recruitment process, salary negotiation advice and social media alignment with career goals

 

Employer Business Development
  • Responsible for supporting Employer Relations team’s business development initiatives by identifying recruiting opportunities and developing employer/recruiter relationships with a specific focus on Technology Pathway employers
  • Partner with Employer Relations team to manage relationships and deepen interactions with top Technology Pathway recruiters/employers
Help prepare and teach Career Leadership courses for the MBA program and conduct workshops on career development and career skills
Work with Technology Club and other student groups to help students gain industry knowledge, contacts, job search skills, and confidence
Other:
  • Supervise the daily implementation of work priorities across both student and employer events and programs
  • Assist Director and Career Development team as needed on a variety of projects
  • Manage assigned budget
  • Follow all University policies and procedures
  • Provide statistics in line with MBA CSEA standards on employment and job search status for each program on a regular basis
  • Assist Admissions as required at recruiting events, alumni events, etc.

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree or Master’s degree/advanced certification beyond Bachelor’s
  • 5 to 6 years of relevant experience
  • Professional business experience in Technology industry required (or similar role at a top university), with in-depth knowledge of Technology functions and hiring landscape
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills
  • Strong analytical skills and the ability to leverage data-driven insights into impactful strategies
  • Hiring and/or coaching/facilitation experience required
  • Proven ability to effectively build, develop and manage cross-functional relationships internally and externally
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How to Apply

To apply, please click on the following: https://jobs.nd.edu/postings/33232

Job Categories: Equal Opportunities. Job Types: Full-Time. Salaries: 100,000 and above.

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