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Director, Business Career Services

Loyola University Chicago
Chicago, IL

May 10, 2017


Job Description

Loyola University's Quinlan School of Business (QSB), serves the students and alumni from a number of programs including the Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA), a part time MBA, specialized Masters and Executive MBA degrees. The student population totals approximately 1,900 at the undergraduate level and 600 at the graduate level. Reporting to the Associate Dean, the Director, is a key member of the QSB's leadership team who provides strategic and forward-looking management for the daily operations, fiscal planning, staff development, and delivery of student-centered, customer-service oriented, comprehensive career and internship services. The Director sets and executes the QSB's overall strategy for both student and employer services and employer outreach.  Our goals are (1) to deliver programs that help students define and pursue their aspirations and empower them to develop lifelong career management skills and (2) to develop and maintain strong ties with the business community, collaborating closely and effectively with alumni and employer representatives to meet their needs and contribute to students' professional development. The Director also communicates the BCS's goals, strategies, and needs to all constituencies; ensures consistent messaging in communications and marketing; and collaborates with each constituency on activities and policies related to students' career management and employment opportunities. This includes building and maintaining ties between academic activity and the career management process.

 

Other responsibilities include but are not limited to:

-Develops and implements strategic operational and employer outreach plans according to the BCS's mission, the QSB's academic centers and market realities, and manages growth accordingly.

-Partners with the deans and directors of various programs on the development of career programs and initiatives that affect students' marketability to employers.

-Oversees the collection, calculation, and reporting of student employment outcomes data according to the standards set by the MBA Career Services Council and ensures that accurate data are submitted to all media publications and School/College offices.

-Manages internal and external surveys.

-Manages BCS's department budget.

-Assesses the BCS's programming and develops sustainable processes to improve efficiencies and drive continuous improvement in programs and services.

-Leads and develops several full- and part-time professional and administrative staff.

-Performs other related duties as required.

 


Job Requirements

-A Master's degree and at least five years of progressive experience in career services, human resources, higher education administration, business, outplacement, marketing, and/or a related field are required.

- Demonstrated comprehensive knowledge of student development, job search strategies, employment trends, integration of career development technologies, and outcomes assessment.

- Prior experience with budget development and managing and motivating staff is required, along with proven ability in strategic management.

- Certification, training and/or experience with career development software and interest inventories are preferred.

- Experience with MBA students in a school of business are strongly preferred.

 

How To Apply:

Please apply online, at: www.careers.luc.edu/applicants/Central?quickFind=59649

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