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Director of Career Services
Vice President of Academic Affairs
The Office of Career Services provides a variety of programs to assist students at all stages of their development to make appropriate career choices and plans, provides resources to assist students in conducting effective employment searches, and provides opportunities for students to connect with potential employers.
Under the general supervision of the Vice President of Academic Affairs, provide student-centered leadership and direction in the following areas: career counseling and education, employment and internship assistance, career assessment testing, the dissemination of information related to employment opportunities, the dissemination of information related to study abroad opportunities, and employer relations.
Masterís degree in Counseling, Student Personnel Administration, Higher Education Administration, or equivalent, plus 2-4 years of experience in career services. Certification in appropriate career assessment instruments. Demonstrated ability to work successfully with students, alumni, administration, faculty, staff, employers, and the public. Superior counseling and advising skills. Solid organizational and project management skills. Thorough working knowledge of labor market trends, occupational information, career assessment tools, and job search strategies.
Experience designing and implementing new and innovative career services for online and hybrid models of classes, and the development and production of online workshops and webinars. Experience working with students in study abroad programs.
Special Work Schedule Requirements:
Some evening hours and occasional travel are necessary.
Resumes should be sent to:
700 Prospect Street
New Haven, CT 06511 (or firstname.lastname@example.org)
Closing Date of Posting: July 3, 2013
Albertus Magnus College, a leader in non-traditional education, is seeking qualified applicants for part-time teaching assignments in the School of New Dimensions which offers undergraduate and graduate business programs for adult learners. Courses are offered on weekday evenings throughout Connecticut. Primary needs are for instructors proximal to New Haven, Bristol, Fairfield, Hartford, and New London. A willingness to teach at multiple sites is preferred.
Undergraduate instructors are sought for these areas: Humanities/English, Communications, Psychology/Sociology, Science, Math/Statistics, History, Information Technology, Philosophy/Religion, Business Case Studies, Business Law/Business Ethics, Marketing, Human Resource Management, Total Quality Management, Strategic Management, and Accounting/Economics. Masterís degree or Juris Doctorate and professional experience in the subject area are required. College-level teaching experience is preferred.
Graduate instructors are sought for these areas: Managerial Ethics/Legal Issues, Human Resource Management, Marketing, Managerial Finance/Economics, Financial Analysis, Organizational Behavior/Development, Global Management, Operations Management, Entrepreneurship, Executive Management, and Strategic Thinking. Doctorate or appropriate terminal degree and professional experience in the subject area are required. College-level teaching experience is preferred.
Please submit electronically a letter of application and resume to Sharon E. Shuffitt, Director of Academic Services of the School of New Dimensions at email@example.com.
Albertus Magnus College, a leader in non-traditional education, is seeking qualified online graduate instructors for part-time teaching assignments in the MBA program at the School of New Dimensions. Instructors must have both on-ground and online college-level teaching experience. Residence in the Northeast is preferred.
Graduate online instructors are sought for these areas: Managerial Ethics/Legal Issues, Human Resource Management, Managerial Finance/Economics, Financial Analysis, Organizational Behavior/Development, Information Systems, Research Methods, Global Management, Operations Management, Entrepreneurship, Marketing/Product Development, and Strategic Thinking. Doctorate or appropriate terminal degree and professional experience in the subject area are required. College-level teaching experience is preferred.
All instructors must be able to travel to New Haven, CT for assessment, orientation, training, and ongoing development. Letters of application and resumes must be submitted electronically to Sharon E. Shuffitt, Director of Academic Services of the School of New Dimensions, at firstname.lastname@example.org