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JOB DESCRIPTION: The Postsecondary Career and Employment Specialist will be part of the Career Coaching initiative, a partnership among the Boston Private Industry Council (PIC), Bunker Hill Community College (BHCC), and Success Boston, the City-wide college completion initiative. The initiative will help Success Boston students successfully transition from BHCC to careers or to 4-year-college. The PIC Career Coaching team will offer scaffolded support, starting with career exploration, progressing to internships, and culminating in next-step placement upon graduation—or transfer to a four-year college with a good direction around career and major. The PIC Career Coaching team will also provide current information on high-paying jobs in Boston, and what kind of skills and credentials students will need to get there, so that they can make informed decisions about how to attain a high-quality career based on the realities of the regional job market.

GENERAL RESPONSIBILITIES:

Career Coaching (85%)

1.      Develop and offer a sequence of career exploration and planning services that allow students to explore their interests and the career opportunities that are available, including:

  • Career interest assessments and planning tools
  • Up-to-date information on demand and salaries of jobs and career fields in Boston
  • On-line career exploration activities
  • Virtual and in-person activities with employers.

2.      Meet with students at least twice a month, to get to know their interests and academic program, as well as providing career coaching.

3.      Maintain regular communication with students’ Success Boston coach to align career coaching activities with the flow of students’ academic activities and the rhythm of the semester.

4.      Schedule virtual and in-person job shadows, interviews, networking events, and other career exploratory activities for students to help them develop career goals and plan their majors.

5.     Work with BHCC Lifemap department to connect students to BHCC-sponsored career assessment and exploration activities.

6.      Work with the PIC Career Coach and Employment Specialist to connect students with jobs through BHCC’s Professional Studies department.

7.      Work with the PIC Career Coach and Employment Specialist to help graduates find career-oriented employment related to their major or career goal.

8.      Assist graduating students in preparing transfer applications to four-year colleges.

Program Reporting, Research and Evaluation (10%)

1.      Maintains accurate records, enters case notes and employer contact information in Salesforce data base.

2.      Participates in ongoing citywide Success Boston tracking of outcomes, evaluation of services, and program development.

Community (5%)

1.   Attend PIC meetings and events.

2.      Support PIC staff within the postsecondary team and on other PIC teams.

3.      Perform additional duties as required.

4.      Attends relevant Success Boston events and learning communities:

DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS:

1.      Experience with career coaching young adults with diverse backgrounds.

2.      Job placement experience.

3.      Knowledge of career assessment and career decision-making resources for young adults.

4.      Knowledge of local colleges, communities, and web-based resources.

5.      Strong written and oral communication and presentation skills;

6.       Bilingual skills a plus.

7.      Ability to initiate, multi-task, and balance work projects.

8.      Ability to work both independently and collaboratively with a team.

9.      Capacity to travel throughout the Greater Boston area.

10.  5 years of related work experience.


Please submit cover letter and resume to Cameron Mendes-Moreau (camreon.mendes-moreau@bostonpic.org).

JOB DESCRIPTION: The Postsecondary Career and Employment Specialist will be part of the Career Coaching initiative, a partnership among the Boston Private Industry Council (PIC), Bunker Hill Community College (BHCC), and Success Boston, the…

Details at a Glance

  • Time Commitment
    Full Time Schedule
  • Application Deadline
    July 30, 2021
  • Education
    4-Year Degree Required
  • Professional Level
    Professional

Level of Language Proficiency

Bilingual skills a plus.

Bilingual skills a plus.

Location

Temporarily Remote
Work must be performed in or near Boston, MA
Associated Location
2 Oliver Street, Boston, MA 02109, United States
3rd Floor

How to Apply

Please submit cover letter and resume to Cameron Mendes-Moreau (camreon.mendes-moreau@bostonpic.org).

Please submit cover letter and resume to Cameron Mendes-Moreau (camreon.mendes-moreau@bostonpic.org).

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