Corporate Relations Coordinator -King’s College

Employer/Corporate Relations Coordinator 

As with any position possibility at King’s College, 
it is best contact the Human Resource Generalist for full content and details at 570-208-6037 
Job Posting at King’s College

As with any position possibility at King’s College, it is best contact the Human Resource Generalist for full content and details at 570-208-6037.

Full-time

Employer/Corporate Relations Coordinator

DEPARTMENT:                              Career Planning and Placement

REPORTS TO:                                 Director of Career Planning and Placement

JOB FUNCTION: Conducts all aspects of employer/corporate relations for the purpose of enhancing placement opportunities for students and provides career counseling and educational services to students and alumni.

ESSENTIAL ELEMENTS:

  1. Manages and coordinates all aspects of on-campus and off-campus recruiting.  Maintains and further develops employer/corporate relations. 
  2. Develops and expands job contacts, increase on-campus recruitment and the timely referral of job leads by visiting a given number of employers each year..
  3. Initiates employer contacts to secure new sites for additional non-credit internships as well as expecting to increase on-campus recruitment. 
  4. Manages and develops the alumni mentorship program. 
  5. Oversees the job notification process, including the receipt, verification of, and sending of leads, and postings to College Central Network.
  6. Conducts individual and group career counseling for students and alumni of King’s College.
  7. Develops and prepares mailings/communication to all employer contacts.
  8. Manages all technical aspects of the Office of Career Planning and Placement, including reports from data on Access, and maintains updates to various student, alumni and employer databases.
  9. Collaborates with faculty members to develop and deliver in-class presentations, career-related course projects, and career advisement information to further implement the Career Development Across the curriculum program
  10. Conducts cutting edge job-search skill development and strategies with students which include resume writing, cover letter development, in the job search to perfect interviewing skills.

NON-ESSENTIAL ELEMENTS:

  1. Performs other duties as assigned.

REQUIRED SKILLS, EXPERIENCE AND TRAINING:

A Master’s Degree in Business, Counseling or in a closely related field is required.  Consideration will be given to applicants who will be awarded a Master’s degree within the next six months.  Two years of applicable experience is preferred.  A flexible schedule to include some travel and evening hours is essential.  Qualified individuals will demonstrate excellent communication, presentation, teamwork, analytical and technical skills.

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