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The Senior Assistant Director, Exploratory Career Coaching assists the Associate Director, Exploratory Career Services with the implementation and facilitation of coaching training, workshops and best practices in coaching techniques, on-line resources, and staff development. The Senior Assistant Director will coordinate all aspects of the center's Career Peer program, which includes the hiring and center wide training of all undergraduate and graduate student employees. Career Peers are current students trained to assist undergraduate students in exploring and researching majors and careers, possible experiential learning opportunities as well as understanding how to access resources available on the IUB campus. The Career Peer program contributes to the strategic initiatives of the Career Development Center (CDC).The Senior Assistant Director advances the mission of the CDC by providing expert guidance and innovative career-related coaching to undergraduate students and student groups throughout the IU campus. This position will work collaboratively with University Division advisors, faculty and staff to create relationships necessary to improve effectiveness of major selection and career services on campus. They will provide assistance in helping students identify part-time jobs, internships and professional shadowing opportunities; and coordinates outreach for non-academic units. The Senior Assistant Director will develop and deliver multiple career-related events, workshops and classroom presentations to support and meet the needs of University Division students; and utilizes Symplicity to track attendance at each event. This position will facilitate meetings for Career Community Leaders. The incumbent will complete other center-wide responsibilities such as supervision of student employees, data tracking and assessment; and will represent the IU Career Development Center on committees and at local, state and professional conferences.REQUIRED: Master's degree and two years of experience in higher education career services with supervision, training and leadership responsibilities and experience.Combinations of related education and experience may be considered.Excellent interpersonal, written and verbal communication skills including ability to communicate professionally and effectively with multiple constituents and diverse populations. Strong organizational skills including ability to plan, monitor and execute multiple projects; and ability to be team-oriented. Preferred Qualifications Master's degree in higher education and student affairs, college student personnel, or a related field; professional experience in a non-higher education setting; professional certifications for counseling or career counseling; certification for the administration and interpretation of psychological instruments (eg, the Strong Interest Inventory and Myers-Briggs Type Indicator). Working Conditions / Physical Demands


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