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    • Poste : STUDENT CARREER ADVISOR
    • Type d'offre : Emploi
    • Métier(s): Education/Enseignement, Ressources Humaines
    • Niveau(x): BAC+3, BAC+4, BAC+5
    • Expérience: 3 ans
    • Lieu: Côte d'Ivoire
    • Date de publication: 09/10/2019
    • Date limite: 18/10/2019 (Expirée)

INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF GRAND-BASSAM

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STUDENT CARREER ADVISOR

 

Description du poste

The International University of Grand-Bassam is seeking a candidate to fill the position of Student Career Advisor.

IUGB Profile

The International University of Grand-Bassam (IUGB) is a private, publicly assisted institution, which offers an American curriculum in English. It opened in 2005, and, by the signing of Decree 2007-499 on May 16, 2007, was formally accredited as a University within the Côte d’Ivoire higher education system. Envisioned as a Regional Center of Excellence in Higher Education in Africa, IUGB’s mission is to provide internationally recognized higher education through technology-enhanced English medium instruction in fields critical for regional development, international success and life-long learning.

BASIC FUNCTIONS OF POSITION

The Student Career Advisor is responsible for providing a variety of supportive employment services designed to enhance students' employability and ensuring good relationship between the University and the socio-professional world. (A summary of the position description is available on our website: http://www.iugb.org/) and Facebook page:

 https://www.facebook.com/InternationalUniversityofGrandBassam

QUALIFICATIONS AND SKILLS REQUIRED

All applicants must address each selection criterion detailed below with specific and comprehensive information supporting each item.

  • Bachelor’s degree or professional diploma in human resources, student affairs, higher education, a related discipline, or an equivalent combination of education and experience is strongly preferred;

  • Advise/Coach students individually and in groups on: internship, job search and job application process; internship program guidelines; résumé/cover letter/personal statement reviews; mock interviews; and career assessments;

  • Support off-campus employment and internship opportunities and ensure positive working relationships with employers;

  • Lead career fair and recruiting events, and oversee employer recruitment services;

  • Collaborate with on-campus stakeholders including Faculty, Alumni Relations, etc. to develop meaningful programming for student career development and exploration;

  • Exceptional written and oral communication and interpersonal skills (English and French);

  • Collaborative and team-oriented work style;

  • Ability to take initiatives in a dynamic and multicultural environment;

  • SUBMITAPPLICATION TO:

Job purpose:

The Student Career Advisor is responsible for providing a variety of supportive employment services designed to enhance students' employability and ensuring good relationship between the University and the socio-professional world. 

1. Essential Duties and Responsibilities 

  • Advise/Coach students individually and in groups on: internship, job search and job application process; internship program guidelines; résumé/cover letter/personal statement reviews; mock interviews; and career assessments;

  • Facilitate professional development workshops, panels, and events;

  • Work with students through their career curiosities and exploration, and support the pursuit of experiential learning opportunities;

  • Develop & manage a database of recruiters;

  • Serve as point of contact for on-campus student employment; 

  • Regularly screen recruitment websites to identify internship and job opportunities; 

  • Submit monthly activity report and performance outcomes.

 

2. Programming and Outreach

  • Support off-campus employment and internship opportunities and ensure positive working relationships with employers;

  • Lead career fair and recruiting events, and oversee employer recruitment services;

  • Develop strategic employer and student outreach/marketing plans and materials;

  • Collaborate with on-campus stakeholders including Faculty, Alumni Relations, etc. to develop meaningful programming for student career development and exploration;

  • Perform other duties as required.

 

3. Skills/Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s degree or professional diploma in human resources, student affairs, higher education, a related discipline, or an equivalent combination of education and experience is strongly preferred;

  • Minimum 3 years of working experience, preferably in Human Resources or related field; 

  • Experience in higher education, providing career counseling, coaching or advising to college students;

  • Exceptional written and oral communication and interpersonal skills (English and French);

  • Collaborative and team-oriented work style;

  • Ability to take initiatives in a dynamic and multicultural environment;

  • Coursework in career counseling, and career development theory and practice;

  • Working knowledge of career services management software (e.g., Handshake, Simplicity, etc.) and Microsoft Word, Excel, Access and PowerPoint. 

International University of Grand-Bassam

Human Resources Office 

Attention: Human Resources Manager

BP 564 Grand-Bassam

Fax: (225) 21.30.34.83

Or

Via email to: iugbhr@iugb.edu.ci 

POINT OF CONTACT

International University of Grand-Bassam

Human Resources Office

Tel: (225) 21.30.36.40 / 21.30.34.57

Fax: (225) 21.30.34.83

 


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