Career Counselor
New York, NY
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Job Description

In accordance with Pace Career Services mission to help every student find a great job and build the foundations of a successful career no matter who they are, what they are majoring in or who they know, provide career counseling and career preparation, including internship and job placement assistance, to all undergraduate and graduate domestic and international students and recent alumni across all majors.

Provide career counseling and career preparation, including internship and job placement assistance, to all undergraduate and graduate domestic and international students and recent alumni across all majors within the Lubin School of Business.


Position Duties
  • Perform 1:1 career counseling and preparation including but not limited to resume and cover letter reviews and approvals, interview preparation, digital branding, job search strategies, career exploration, and testing.
  • Conduct regular career-related workshops and programs.
  • Conceptualize, plan and implement special programs and events for students and recent alumni.
  • Teach a minimum of one section each semester of BUS 255 (Professional Planning Practice for Internships and Careers).
  • Market Career Services programs and services to students, recent alumni, faculty, and staff through regular and varied outreach and communications.
  • Host weekly office hours and Express Hours for students and recent alumni.
  • Attend and contribute to team, department and assigned committee meetings as scheduled.
  • Represent department at Pace University events including orientations, admissions events, information sessions, career fairs, and external events.
  • Participate in data collection campaigns and special projects as determined by Career Services management.
  • In accordance with the service standards set forth as part of Pace University's service standard Initiative, "I MAKE IT HAPPEN", be accessible, respectful, professional, accountable, and proactive in all interactions with students as measured by existing department surveys.
  • Performs other such duties as assigned from time to time.

Position Qualifications
  • Master's degree in counseling, education, human resource management or related field.
  • at least 2 years' experience working within higher education, counseling, human services, recruiting or business-related field.
  • Superior communication, presentation, writing, problem-solving, attention to detail and organizational skills.
  • Knowledge of the business community and job market trends.
  • Strong technical skills with knowledge of Windows-based computer applications,
  • Internet resources and web recruiting software.
  • Demonstrated ability to work effectively with a diverse student body including non-traditional and international students, as well as with internal and external constituencies.
  • Knowledge of career development theory and application.
  • Commitment to working in a team-based collaborative environment.
  • Experience working in Diversity & Inclusion in higher education or employer environment desired

Work Hours

10-6 or 9-5, and may alternate depending upon department needs. Also, nights and weekends as needed for high traffic periods, campus events, Career Services programs, Admissions events, data collection campaigns and special projects as determined by the Executive Director and/or Director


Job Type Full-time