Details: Depends on experience
900 Somerset St.
The Academic and Career Advancement (ACA) Specialist is responsible for providing support to Caroline Center graduates as they pursue jobs and career and academic advancement. She reports to the Director of Academic and Career Advancement and participates in regularly scheduled department meetings. This is a part time position (24 hours per week).
- Data management: maintain and update alumnae employment and academic records and track touch-points in Apricot database; collect employment data on alumnae from previous classes; prepare reports related to employment, retention, and advancement; collaborate with development staff on data collection and reporting.
- Alumnae outreach: make and maintain contact with alumnae to introduce them to ACA services; create and distribute job, job fair and career alerts to alumnae; develop innovative approaches to alumnae engagement.
- Career and academic advising: advise alumnae on job searching, career, and academic advancement including advanced certifications and higher education.
- Job development/job postings: contact recruiters to offer assistance in identifying candidates; identify and post job listings to web page and Facebook; identify and coordinate Caroline Center participation in employer job fairs.
- Social media/web page: manage and update Facebook group and ACA web page.
- Event planning: Plan events for alumnae and current trainees; coordinate external events and presentations; participate with director in ACA presentations to trainees.
- Fill in for director as needed.
- Embrace new tasks and projects as they arise.
- Commitment to the mission, values and policies of Caroline Center and the School Sisters of Notre Dame.
- BA/BS and extensive experience in workforce development, education, college admissions, career development, business, or related field.
- Willing to work some flexible hours to accommodate alumnae and department schedules.
- Ability to relate to a variety of constituencies: adult students, volunteers, and employers.
- Flexible, patient, organized, creative, friendly, and enthusiastic.
- Skilled in Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, data entry, social media, and learning new programs.
- Excellent writing and oral communication skills.
- Able to work as part of a team and happy to pitch in where needed.
- Demonstrated cultural competency with populations that traditionally experience lack of opportunity and resources in Baltimore City.
Competitive benefits including health insurance, paid leave, and available retirement plan.
Level of Language Proficiency
Minimum Education Required
How To Apply
Submit a resume, a cover letter detailing your interest in and qualifications for the position, and a list of three references to Karen Hammer, Director of Academic and Career Advancement, at firstname.lastname@example.org, For best consideration, submit application before October 23, 2018.