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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 and Facebook page.

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.

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;
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.

SUBMIT APPLICATION TO
International University of Grand-Bassam, Human Resources Office
Attention: Human Resources Manager
BP 564 Grand-Bassam

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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