- Career Services Coordinator Fort Collins Campus
Career Services Coordinator for our Fort Collins Campus. This is a great opportunity for someone with human resources experience (especially in recruiting) and customer service experience.
If you enjoy interacting with employers and community business leaders and helping student realize their dream through great employment opportunities, this is the ideal job for you.
Position Purpose: Develop and maintain relationships with students, graduates and employers that will result in obtaining and exceeding externship and graduate placement goals.
Education and Experience: Associate’s Degree plus one year Career Services or Human Resources Recruiting experience preferred, or High School Diploma or GED and three years’ experience in Career Services or Human Resources at a Post-Secondary school required, or equivalent combination of education and experience required.
IBMC is the leading proprietary, post-secondary Career College in Northern Colorado, with campus locations in Fort Collins, Greeley, Longmont, and Cheyenne, Wyoming.
Our Mission Statement is: “IBMC delivers a wide range of professional life-changing opportunities to promote personal, social, and career development. We welcome a diversity of individuals and encourage life-long learning for success.”
Our Vision is: “Caring Individuals…Changing Lives.”
We believe each employees contributes directly to the College Success.
IBMC offers a competitive salary and a great work environment!
If you would like to join our team apply at: www.IBMC.edu.
We are an Equal Employment Opportunity Company.
- Build genuine, caring relationships with students to increase externship placement and graduate placement.
- Provide input on short-term and long-term business objectives such as externship and graduate placement. Maintain a thorough knowledge and understanding of campus employment goals and benchmarks to ensure each are achieved. Monitor campus budgets for Career Services events and activities.
- Assist in monitoring progress in achieving student goals, objectives, and timelines. Consult with Campus President and provide expert advice relating to student circumstances, policies, academic progress, and other critical student population information related to externship and graduate placement.
- Assist in identifying revisions to processes and procedures to ensure compliance with program certification, rules, regulations, guidelines, state and federal laws, and school policies and procedures.
- Responsible for assessing community and employer needs. Develop and cultivate strategic relationships with employers through contacting prospective employers by telephone, e-mail or face-to-face meetings to engage their participation in externship and/or hiring graduates.
- Effectively network with community organizations, industry, trade and professional associations, and not-for-profit organizations within the surrounding communities.
- Resolve student and employer complaints and grievances.
- Thirteen weeks prior to externship start; obtain student extern information and begin meeting preparation.
- Conduct externship meetings ten weeks prior to externship start date.
- Prepare students for externship by reviewing journal completion, paperwork/forms, grading criteria, conduct, reporting process, and employer expectations.
- Conduct student extern and graduate one-on-one meetings as necessary to outline goals, brainstorm ideas and work on resumes.
- Each session conduct externship site visits and evaluations to ensure student extern success and externship site satisfaction.
- Participate in social media outreach representing Career Services.
- Facilitate the marketing of IBMC through job/career fairs, open houses and other employment related community events.
- Daily search internet boards for graduate job opportunities.
- Prepare and maintain records to support regulatory compliance and accreditation guidelines.
- Coach/mentor students’ for hiring success.
- Prepare administrative reports as required.
- Maintain confidentiality of all work information.
- Document all activities in CampusVue
- Participate in Student Assemblies, Orientations and Advisory Board as scheduled.
- During each session, conduct student preparatory interviews and provide feedback regarding preparedness.
- Participate as guest speaker in selected classes as needed.
Knowledge/Skills and Ability:
Ability to prioritize and complete multiple tasks in a timely manner.
Ability to work successfully in a team environment as well as independently.
Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with students, extern sites, and potential student employers.
Ability to communicate effectively both written and orally.
Ability to identify problems and suggest effective solutions.
Strong administrative skills.
Excellent sales skills.
Excellent knowledge of Microsoft office products.
Excellent customer service skills.
Basic Marketing knowledge.
Exhibits a positive attitude.
Working Conditions: Work is performed in an office environment on a college campus requiring outdoor driving to employers businesses, networking events and other campuses.