Foreign Student Adviser Job Description Sample
Digital Media Adviser - Student Life
The Division of Student Life at West Virginia University is seeking applications for a temporary Digital Media Adviser. The Digital Media Adviser will lead students in creating and carrying out an effective social media strategy for the independent student newspaper, The Daily Athenaeum and the student-run radio station, U92. Key outcomes for the Digital Media Adviser include helping students understand and use social media as a reporting and marketing tool; using analytics to drive readership and increase radio audience; and to advise in the transition from print to web-first journalism.
In order to be successful in this position, the ideal candidate will:
Advise students on how to use social media to drive reader and listener engagement, promote advertising, build website traffic and optimize content.
Help students understand the differences, audiences and advantages of various social media platforms, websites and print and how to use each to increase readership.
Guide students on how to create a workflow for using social media and measuring audience response through analytics.
Demonstrate how to use digital platforms to break news, interact with users, and manage reputation.
Teach best practices in creating and updating website content.
Pay Grade: 16
Length of Assignment: 9.5 months
Bachelor's degree in a related field or an equivalent combination of education and experience
Two (2) years of digital media experience in addition to relevant experience with all major social media platforms
Experience working in a web-first newsroom or media outlet
Thorough knowledge of analytic strategy is required
Marquette Central Student Services Adviser
Posting Number 201101862 Position Title Marquette Central Student Services Adviser Employment Status Full Time Position Status Regular If Limited Term (End Date of Assignment, Project, or Grant) Position Type Staff Position Overview
The Marquette Central Student Services Adviser provides cross-functional enrollment and student financial services within the MU Central Student Services unit. Services are provided to students and families in the areas of registration, academic records, financial aid, student employment and student accounts.
Duties and Responsibilities
1.Respond to students and families, in person, on the phone, and via e-mail, social media, or written correspondence; trouble-shoot problems and address concerns and issues in the areas of financial aid, student employment, student accounts, academic records and registration; clarify situations and follow through on issues until resolved, providing the necessary correspondence and contacts with students, parents and third parties.
2.Provide in-depth financial aid information and instruction to students and/or families concerning the following: University, state and federal aid programs for undergraduate and graduate/professional students, the application process, forms and deadlines; provide counseling; explain aid eligibility including Financial Aid Notification (FAN) detail, disbursement policies, satisfactory academic progress, scholarship renewal, withdrawal and study away policies. Disburse, collect and review required documents for accuracy and completeness. Assist students and/or families in completing forms and provide information as necessary. Financial Aid documents handled by Marquette Central include but are not limited to: verification, special circumstance, plus requests, TILA, scholarships, student employment and satisfactory academic progress appeals. Assist students with on-line FAFSA application, IRS data retrieval tool, ordering IRS tax return transcripts, Federal Direct Stafford and Plus note processes and on-line Entrance and Exit Counseling. Accept requests for aid history, eligibility confirmation for outside agencies, etc., and have the material available for pick-up if requested by student. Adjust financial aid packages following university policies and procedures. Assist students with applying for campus jobs through JobConnection.
3.Advise students and families on the Family Education Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (FERPA) regulations. Advise students on the payment and financial aid impacts of registration changes. Solve problems and answer and address questions from students regarding Web registration, course controls (permissions, seat limits and prerequisites), the official transcript process, verification of enrollment and the readmission process. Distribute and collect academic record, registration, transcript, enrollment verification, withdrawal and change of personal information forms; assist students and others with the completion of forms and respond to any questions regarding the purpose of the form, processing time and notifications; collect associated fees and charges. Distribute will call transcripts and verifications.
4.Provide in-depth tuition pricing, payment and account information and instruction to students and/or families. Guide them through the on-line payment process. Assist with enrollment in the University's payment plan. Resolve problems or concerns with student account billing statements, refunds, third party sponsorships, study abroad, payment plans, 1098T's and financial transactions; explain charges, block removal feels, credits and debits, and financial aid transactions. Have a basic knowledge of loan programs managed by the University. This includes deferment/cancellation options, Entrance and Exit counseling requirements and electronic loan signature processes. Accept and review requests to clear students to register as appropriate.
5.Train students on all online processes; refer students to the schools and colleges and other specialists as needed; refer to or schedule appointments with specialists within the Bursar, Financial Aid or Registrar as needed; track issues of students served at MU Central.
6.Participate in the review and revision of MU Central Student Services policies and procedures and in the preparation of student service publications, notices and special correspondence to groups. Participate in the review and updating of MU Central website.
7.Perform other duties and responsibilities as required, assigned, or requested.
Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
An earned baccalaureate degree.
One or more years of customer service experience.
Significant related MU experience in related field.
Ability to react to customers quickly, thoughtfully, and courteously.
Proficiency in desktop computing (word-processing, spreadsheets, email, and the Web.
An appreciation of and sensitivity to diverse cultures and lifestyles.
An ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing with diverse populations.
Excellent organizational skills with an ability to organize and prioritize multiple projects and tasks simultaneously.
Proven ability to work effectively as a team member.
Ability to analyze and interpret data and make independent decisions.
Ability to maintain confidentiality of records and information.
Ability to work flexible hours, as needed.
Understanding of and commitment to MU's Vision, Mission and Values.
Preferred Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Department Marquette Central Posting Date 07/12/2018 Closing Date Special Instructions to Applicants
Student Tutors - Kochoff Foreign Language Media Lab
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Job Title: French/German/Arabic/Spanish Tutors – Kochoff Foreign Language Media Lab
The Kochoff Foreign Language Media Lab includes 21 workstations (including a monitor and tutor station) and 4 workgroup stations, a LaserJet printer, overhead LCD projector and a video viewing area. Students can use the lab to study on their own and faculty members can reserve the lab for course visits. Each workstation includes a desktop computer optimized for language learning.
Student tutors (in Arabic, French, German and Spanish) are hired every semester and are expected to be available on a walk-in basis according to a tutor schedule. The tutor schedule is set taking into account times the schedule for foreign language courses so as to offer tutoring services before and after relevant courses, and each tutor's course schedule.
The Kochoff Media Lab is open 8:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. from Monday to Thursday, and from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. on Friday. Tutors are expected to work anywhere from 2 to 8 hours a week. Starting salary is $9.25. Salary increases are awarded at the discretion of the supervisor.
Good communications skills and desire to help others.
Currently or previously enrolled in upper level language course
Competence/fluency in either French/German/Arabic/Spanish
The University of Michigan conducts background checks on all job candidates upon acceptance of a contingent offer and may use a third party administrator to conduct background checks. Background checks will be performed in compliance with the Fair Credit Reporting Act.
U-M EEO/AA Statement
The University of Michigan is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.
Job Opening ID 159463
Working Title Student Tutors - Kochoff Foreign Language Media Lab
Job Title TUTOR I (TEMP)
Work Location Dearborn Campus
Full/Part Time Part-Time
FLSA Status Nonexempt
Organizational Group Dbn Col Arts Sci Ltr
Department Dbn-Language Culture Communctn
Posting Begin/End Date 6/22/2018 – 8/05/2018
Salary $9.25 – $10.00
Career Interest Temporary Job Opening
Sub Adviser Analyst (1716-732)
The Sub-adviser Analyst (SAA) will assist the Chief Administrative Officer with the overall responsibility for overseeing third-party/unaffiliated investment adviser acting as sub-advisers to our '40 Act mutual funds. This position will participate in selecting, monitoring and managing relationships with the underlying Sub-advisers and developing due diligence standards. Incumbent will present to our Sub-adviser Oversight Committee ("SAOC"). The incumbent's value added is based on identifying the best managers and continuously confirming that they remain high quality managers.
The SAA will be responsible all of our diverse funds/products. Nine sub-advisors managing 22 accounts spanning active and passive management, equities and fixed income in both domestic and international markets, fund-of-funds, volatility overlays programs, sleeves within multi-manager funds, and funds that use derivatives extensively. Three of the sub-advisers are located in foreign countries where '40 Act funds are not their primary focus.
In conjunction with the CAO, formulate a plan to further formalize and further standardize SA oversight processes. This plan shall be sensitive to the existing process that has been in place for over a dozen years.
Gain a fulsome understanding of the SA's investment process
Monitor day-to-day trading activity in the portfolios.
Monitor various quantitative reports sent by the sub-advisers monthly.
Monitor performance measurement and performance attribution in detail.
Utilize our investment management systems, especially Factset and Charles River.
This includes disseminating internal reports on a monthly basis and using the systems on an ad hoc basis as needs arise.
These concise reports will be designed for executive management
With the CAO, attend periodic on-site due diligence meeting with sub-advisers, including their PMs, compliance personnel, traders to discuss their portfolios and all the resources behind the firms sub-advising. In time, the SAA should have a working understanding of the portfolio construction process of each portfolio manager and be able to discuss issues at their level.
Draft internal communications after each on-site due diligence meeting.
Escalate issues (i.e., problems influencing portfolios) at any time with the CAO, and the CIO as needed.
Utilize and synthesize reports from other departments, such as those related to risk management.
Collaborate on new regulatory requirements, such as the SEC new disclosure requirements on liquidity.
Draft IICO's annual requests for information ("RFI"), in preparation of the 15c process, and review the SA's responses.
Review the SA's responses to the Fund Board's annual RFI.
Meet with Investment Management Compliance to review the SA's responses to their quarterly compliance questionnaires.
Participate in responding to the Fund Board's annual 15c questionnaire addressed to us.
Monitor the fees paid to the SA
Attend "Morning Meetings" from time to time, to stay abreast of market trends
Participate in any search process for a new sub-adviser
Maintain a dashboard that scores each fund/account, for executive management
Ability to Attract Top Talent
Investment Philosophy & Culture
Investment Style Process
Parent Resources for Research and Trading Infrastructure
While the scope of the position is limited to analysis of sub-advisers and the related portfolios, the position requires a high degree of flexibility to follow the directives of the CAO.
The SAA will interface with many different constituents:
The Chief Administrative Officer, on a day-to-day basis
The Chief Investment Officer, on an adhoc basis
The SAOC, especially in the quarterly meetings
The Product Department, especially in communicating to them the events at the Sub-adviser and the investment strategies that they are employing.
The Investment Management Compliance Department, especially as it relates to understanding portfolio activity and compliance considerations
The Mutual Fund Accounting Department, especially as it relates to understanding portfolio activity and operational considerations, especially during on-boarding a new fund.
The Investment Risk Management Department, especially as is relates to assessing risk levels inherent in the portfolio
The Performance Analysis Department, on an ad hoc basis to explain investment strategy.
The Production Support, within Investment Management Operations, to ensure proper modeling of securities
In general the SAA will be the company's subject matter expert on everything related to Sub-advisers. He or she will be expected to support anyone in the company that needs information about sub-advised accounts/funds.
5-7 years of experience directly in investment management or as an investment management consultant
Mastery of investment management at a level high enough to understand the sub-adviser's investment portfolio strategy
Capability to independently utilize Factset and Charles River
Bachelors of Science required, preferably in accounting, finance, math or science
- MBA or Masters in finance preferred
The University of Virginia launched the Virginia College Advising Corps (VCAC) in the fall of 2005 as a public service program to address the widening gap in college access for low income, first generation, and under-represented students. Our mission is to increase the number of these students entering and completing higher education.
The Corps places recent college graduates in high schools throughout the Commonwealth to work alongside counselors and other college access organizations. These near-peer College Advisers assist high school students and their families with college searches, essay writing, SAT/ACT prep, college applications, FAFSA completion, scholarship searches, college visits, and successfully transitioning to post-secondary education.
College Advisers also benefit from professional development opportunities including:
Fully funded state and national conferences
Professional Development/Training sessions throughout their service
A College Advising Corps alumni and AmeriCorps alumni network
The Virginia College Advising Corps is a joint venture of The University of Virginia and the College Advising Corps, and is an AmeriCorps program.
Candidates must have a bachelor's degree obtained in 2018, 2017, or 2016. Preference will be given to graduates from the University of Virginia and the University of Virginia's College at Wise. Also required is the ability and willingness to relocate to various locations across the Commonwealth, the ability and willingness to work hours that coincide with a typical school day, including some night and weekend hours.
To apply online, visit http://jobs.virginia.edu; complete a candidate profile and attach a cover letter, CV and contact information for 3 references.
The University of Virginia is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. Women, minorities, veterans and persons with disabilities are encouraged to apply.
The Gallatin School of Individualized Study provides a distinctive liberal arts education for a diverse student body. Our faculty foster passionate intellectual commitments from learners and prepare them for a world in which managing knowledge is key to success.
Guided by the philosophy that self-directed learning is the key goal, the faculty seek to cultivate an environment conducive to intellectual exploration across traditional academic disciplines, and they insist on active student engagement in developing the direction of their own education. Our highly specialized and deeply engaged advisers guide students in their intellectual explorations toward an interdisciplinary approach to problem solving.
Counsel approximately 400 Gallatin students including first year and transfer students with the goal of enhancing their academic experience and retaining them as students; develop strategies to ensure that students are able to complete degree programs; provide advisement, monitor academic progress; discuss requirements and electives, evaluate degree requirement petitions and time limit exceptions for program completion, identify and provide resources for students at risk. Collaborate with and support primary academic advisers in working with their advisees.
Ensure that students receive timely and appropriate academic advice. Develop workshops to support the academic program, foster community, and encourage student leadership. Collaborate with the other Class Advisers and the Offices of Student Services and Student Affairs on graduation, orientation and other school-wide events. Teach one course a year.
Required Education:ABD (All But Dissertation)Preferred Education:Ph.D.Required Experience:3 years of relevant increasingly responsible professional level experience including experience with academic advising, developing policies and procedures, teaching, and staff supervision or an equivalent combination of education and experience.Preferred Experience:Experience counseling students.Required Skills, Knowledge and Abilities:Excellent interpersonal, organizational, and written and verbal communication skills. Strong leadership and planning skills.
Knowledge of spreadsheet software.Preferred Skills, Knowledge and Abilities:Experience with interdisciplinary programs. Working knowledge of Excel.
EOE/AA/Minorities/Females/Vet/Disabled/Sexual Orientation/Gender Identity
Help Duties Summary
The position is with the Division of Trading and Markets (TM) in the Office of Market Supervision (OMS) located in Washington, DC. If selected, you will join a well-respected team that establishes and maintains standards for fair, orderly, and efficient markets. The Division regulates the major securities market participants, including broker-dealers, self-regulatory organizations (such as stock exchanges, FINRA, and clearing agencies), and transfer agents.
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Carry out duties relating to securities markets and certain market participants, including review and analysis of rule changes submitted by self-regulatory organizations (SROs) and work on rulemaking initiatives relating to the various markets.
Assist the Associate Directors, other staff in the Division, and other offices and divisions in the Commission on a wide array of matters relating to the equity, debt, and derivative markets.
Participate in advising on policy matters relating to the securities markets and providing technical assistance in the development and implementation of major SEC initiatives in the securities area.
Perform independent analysis of legal memoranda and reports prepared by the staff; summarize factual and legal issues involved, brief TM Management with respect thereto; and present recommendations as to the proper course of action.
Assist in developing, in the area of SRO oversight, rules, regulations, and policies designed to assure appropriate and effective application of SROs, coordination of SROs compliance and surveillance programs, and the evolution of new SRO programs.
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Help Requirements Conditions of Employment
You must possess a J.D. or LL.B Degree.
You must be an active member of the bar in good standing.
This position is open to current employees with the Division of Trading and Markets only.
Application procedures are specific to this vacancy announcement. Please read all the instructions carefully. Failure to follow the instructions may result in you not being considered for this position.
Supplementary vacancies may be filled in addition to the number stated in this announcement.
This position has promotion potential to the SK-16.
TRIAL PERIOD: This appointment may require completion of a two-year trial period.
SECURITY CLEARANCE: Entrance on duty is contingent upon completion of a pre-employment security investigation. Favorable results on a Background Investigation may be a condition of employment or selection to another position.
DRUG TESTING: This position may be subjected to drug testing requirements.
PERMANENT CHANGE OF STATION (PCS): Moving/Relocation expenses are not authorized.
DIRECT DEPOSIT: All Federal employees are required to have Federal salary payments made by direct deposit to a financial institution of their choosing.
This position is in the collective bargaining unit.
All qualification requirements, including time-in-grade, must be met by the closing date of this announcement.
Qualifying experience may be obtained in the private or public sector. Experience refers to paid and unpaid experience, including volunteer work done through National Service programs (e.g., Peace Corps, AmeriCorps) and other organizations (e.g., professional; philanthropic; religious; spiritual; community, student, social). Volunteer work helps build critical competencies, knowledge, and skills and can provide valuable training and experience that translates directly to paid employment. You will receive credit for all qualifying experience, including volunteer experience. Additional qualifications information can be found here. Qualifying education must have been obtained from an accredited college or university recognized by the U.S. Department of Education.
BASIC REQUIREMENT: All applicants must possess the following
- J.D. or LL.B. degree --AND--
- Active membership of the bar in good standing in any state, territory of the United States, the District of Columbia, or the commonwealth of Puerto Rico. (Note: proof of bar membership will be required before entry on duty.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENT: In addition to meeting the basic requirement, applicants must also meet the minimum qualification requirement.
- SK-16: Applicant must have one year of specialized experience equivalent to the GS/SK-14 level. Specialized experience includes:interpreting and applying the provisions of the laws, rules, and regulations that govern the securities industry, in particular, the Securities Exchange Act of 1934; providing guidance and expertise in the evaluation of legal and policy issues, addressing securities law issues that often lack clearly applicable precedents due to the novelty of the issues, analyzing the factual and legal issues involved; explaining the application of legal principles and precedents, and developing and justifying recommendations or conclusions.
FOREIGN EDUCATION: If you are using education completed in foreign colleges or universities to meet the qualification requirements, you must show the education credentials have been evaluated by a private organization that specializes in interpretation of foreign education programs and such education has been deemed equivalent to that gained in an accredited U.S. education program; or full credit has been given for the courses at a U.S. accredited college or university. For further information, visit: http://www.ed.gov/about/offices/list/ous/international/usnei/us/edlite-visitus-forrecog.html
Attorney- Adviser (General)
Help Duties Summary
About the Position: This position is with the National Guard Bureau, Readiness Center, Directors Action Group (DAG), Arlington, VA
About the Surrounding Area: Situated in Northern Virginia on the south bank of the Potomac River directly across from Washington D.C. Arlington is headquarters to many departments and agencies of the federal government, including the Department of Defense and is the location of many national memorials and museums.
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Serve as legal adviser to the Director, Army National Guard (DARNG, O-9).
Work in coordination with NGB Legislative Liaison (LL) and JA staff, review language in draft and final National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA), Appropriations Act, and other key Congressional Acts for impact on the Army National Guard.
Evaluate legislative proposals developed by ARNG, NGB, DA, and OSD entities for Army National Guard interests.
Provide the Director Counsel with respect to proper expenditure of federal funds appropriated to the Army National Guard, as well as Non-Appropriated Funds under ARNG control.
Provide timely employment law research, advice, and counsel to the Director with regards to more than 300,000 geographically dispersed Army National Guard personnel governed by Title 10, Title 32, or Title 5 statute.
Evaluate and adjust ARNG internal procedures to support timely, reliable, and transparent contract review.
Occasional travel - You may be expected to travel for this position 10% of the time.
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Help Requirements Conditions of Employment
- Appointment may be subject to a suitability or fitness determination, as determined by a completed background investigation.
Who May Apply: Only applicants who meet one of the employment authority categories below are eligible to apply for this job. You will be asked to identify which category or categories you meet, and to provide documents which prove you meet the category or categories you selected. See Proof of Eligibility for an extensive list of document requirements for all employment authorities.
US Citizens, Nationals or those who owe alegiance to the U.S.
In order to qualify, you must meet the education and/or experience described below. Experience refers to paid and unpaid experience, including volunteer work done through National Service programs (e.g., Peace Corps, AmeriCorps) and other organizations (e.g., professional; philanthropic; religious; spiritual; community; student; social). You will receive credit for all qualifying experience, including volunteer experience. Your resume must clearly describe your relevant experience; if qualifying based on education, your transcripts will be required as part of your application. Additional information about transcripts is in this document.
Applicants will be evaluated to determine if they meet the minimum qualification requirements and on the extent to which their application shows possession of the following knowledge, skills, and abilities (KSAs) associated with the position:
Skill in manning, equipping, and training over 300,000 National Guard Soldiers serving across the 54 States, Territories, and the District of Columbia.
Knowledge of formulating policy governing investigations and program initiatives regarding National Guard significance.
Knowledge of Constitution, statutes, Executive Orders, and applicable federal agency and Department of Defense (DoD) rules, regulations, and policies.
Knowledge in reviewing, analyzing, researching, and preparing legal opinions which address DoD Appropriation and Authorization Acts, continuing resolutions and supplemental appropriations, as well as relevant legislative history (Committee Reports and Congressional Record), Comptroller General decisions, availability of appropriations as to purpose, time, and amount.
Ability and skill in verbal and written communication of issues requiring review from a legal perspective.
Notice of Veteran's Preference: There is no formal rating system for applying veteran's preference to Attorney appointments in the excepted service; however, the Department of the Army considers veteran's preference eligibility a positive factor for Attorney hiring. Applicants eligible for veteran's preference must include that information in their cover letter or resume and attach supporting documents (e.g., DD Form 214, Certificate of Release or Discharge from Active Duty) to their submissions. Although the point-preference system is not used, applicants eligible to claim a 10-point preference must submit a Standard Form (SF) 15, Application for 10-Point preference, and supporting documentation required for the specific type of preference claimed. (SF 15, which lists the types of 10-point preference and the required supporting documents, is available from the Office of Personnel Management Website at http://www.opm.gov/).
Time in Grade Requirements:
If currently employed as an attorney by the Federal Government you must have completed 1 year at the next lower grade level within 30 days of the closing date of the announcement, or previously served at the same or higher grade as the position being filled.
The following minimum qualification requirements must be met before applicants are eligible for further consideration:
Education: Applicant must have successfully completed a full course of study in a school of law accredited by the American Bar Association (ABA) and have the first professional law degree (LLB or JD);
Bar membership: Applicant must currently be a member in good standing of the bar of a state, territory of the United States, District of Columbia, or Commonwealth of Puerto Rico;
Experience: Applicant must have three (3) or more years of professional legal experience, acquired after being admitted to the bar, commensurate with the duties and responsibilities of the position. Graduation from an ABA-accredited law school in the top 25% of the class or an advanced law degree such as an LLM may substitute for one year of the required professional legal experience.
FOREIGN EDUCATION: If you are using education completed in foreign colleges or universities to meet the qualification requirements, you must show the education credentials have been evaluated by a private organization that specializes in interpretation of foreign education programs and such education has been deemed equivalent to that gained in an accredited U.S. education program; or full credit has been given for the courses at a U.S. accredited college or university. For further information, visit: http://www.ed.gov/about/offices/list/ous/international/usnei/us/edlite-visitus-forrecog.html.
Assistant Director, Career Adviser
The Office of Career Services is expanding its career advising team and seeking an innovative professional to provide individual career advising for undergraduate students and assist with career-related programming.
The individual will advise undergraduates based on a career advising philosophy that aligns with and leverages the core tenets of a liberal arts education and our Design Your Future model focused on self-exploration and life-long career management. This holistic model involves both one-on-one advising and an educational/curricular framework that helps students to define a personally meaningful vision and connects them in multi-dimensional ways to the resources, people, organizations, and opportunities that will help make their unique visions a reality. Additionally, the assistant director will collaborate with colleagues in program development and implementation for various undergraduate students, with specific programmatic portfolio to be determined.
Undergraduate Student Career Advising
Provide career advising for undergraduate students on a wide range of career development topics including choice of concentration, skills assessment, internships, experiential learning opportunities, post-graduation employment and graduate/professional school planning in both individual and group sessions
Provide individual advising with a focus on active visioning and brainstorming exercises to help students clarify their values, interests, skills, and strengths as well as shed light on the career paths that best align with their vision
Assist students with the development of action plans and follow-up strategy based on a series of progressive meetings and evolving interests and goals
Advise students on how to develop and maintain a professional online presence, including how to create online profiles (LinkedIn and others) and online portfolios
Administer instruments and utilize a variety of assessment tools (e.g. Strong Inventory, CliftonStrengths, etc.) to support student development
Maintain and update appointment schedules, student and employer records, and event management in the Handshake system
Dedicate additional time to relevant appointment preparation and follow up as appropriate
Undergraduate Student Career Programming
Collaborate with advising colleagues to plan and facilitate career panels and recruiting/networking events that highlight career exploration
Assist with the development and implementation of special programs designed for freshmen, first-generation and/or low-income students
Collaborate with colleagues as well as the Peer Career Advisors on special programming within each residential college
Plan programs and liaise with graduate school partners to plan on-campus information sessions in programmatic areas of focus to be determined.
Additional Responsibilities – 10%
Use online office collaboration and communication tools (Slack, Trello, etc.)
Contribute to broader team data collection efforts
Support team wide events including career fairs, departmental programs, facilitating large group career exploration workshops, and colleague supported workshops and events
Attend and actively participate in relevant Career Advising and Career Services team meetings and retreats
Contribute as needed to the creation and distribution of social media content across a variety of platforms including Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and LinkedIn
Bachelor's degree required, Master's Degree strongly preferred
Two or more years of experience in undergraduate career counseling/advising, program development, instruction or training and development
Knowledge of best practices within career development and the ability to tailor, adapt and evolve such practices to a complex, fast-paced, and evolving organization.
A passion for advising undergraduate students and working within a student-focused and student responsive environment
Demonstrated understanding of the importance of diversity, equity and inclusion within the workplace and in all interactions with all constituents and stakeholders
Excellent interpersonal skills, ability to deliver effective presentations, and build internal and external relationships
Ability to solve problems and make decisions in a timely and effective manner.
Ability to manage changing technologies, social media, and communications.
High levels of resourcefulness and execution skills (strategy through implementation)Ability to gather, interpret and report data
Professional training certifications and designations are desired
Strong and CliftonStrengths experience and certifications are desired
Princeton University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to age, race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law. EEO IS THE LAW
Salary GradeADM, 040Standard Weekly Hours36.25Eligible for OvertimeNoBenefits EligibleYesEssential Services Personnel (see policy for detail)NoPhysical Capacity Exam RequiredNoValid Driver's License RequiredNo
Community Living Adviser - St. Paul Area
Thomas Allen is Hiring for a Community Living Adviser!
Paid training is provided!
LOCATION: St. Paul and Woodbury
HOURS AVAILABLE: Flexible days, 10am - 6pm
JOB SUMMARY: This position assists clients in living independently. You will help them with budgeting, grocery shopping, and run errands. You will take them to medical appointments, help with exercise and cooking goals as well. The clients are located in the St. Paul/Woodbury and surrounding area.
Commit to and implementing person-centered supports
Coordinate communication and services with families, day programs, and other involved professionals
Guide individuals in interacting positively with friends, peers, family, the community, staff, professionals, and other persons with whom they may have contact
As requested, ensure that routine and special medical appointments are scheduled and attended, and log medical and daily occurrences
Assist individuals in develop and using effective and varied leisure time management skills
Orient individuals to available community services (shopping, restaurants, other recreation, public transportation) and promote independent use of these services to the greatest extent possible
Other duties as assigned
Must have 1 year of related experience working with individuals with disabilities
Willing to commit to and implement person-centered supports
Department of Human Services background clearance
Valid driver's license, reliable vehicle, acceptable driving record, and proof of auto insurance required
Must be 18 years or older
Ability to effectively communicate in English, both written and verbally
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Thomas Allen, Inc. is a social services agency that provides person-centered services to individuals with disabilities. Proudly, we offer a diverse array of services including residential group home support, case management, and guardianship.
Thomas Allen is known as a reputable and growing agency that delivers trusted and dependable services, which is made possible through the talent, skills, and commitment shared by a team of over 700 employees. As our agency continues to grow, we are looking for team members who are passionate about providing respectful and responsive services that empower those we support to live meaningful and purposeful lives.
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