Student & Campus Life (SCL) inspires transformation in all Cornell students on their journey of individual, academic and personal evolution. Our division is comprised of leading student affairs experts who support our campus on pressing student life matters including public service, health, wellness, social justice, residential living, food services, sports, recreation, career services, and student activities and organizations including sorority and fraternity life. Our nearly 4,000 staff and student employees who make up SCL embrace the opportunity to represent the division and strive for excellence as we shape the Cornell student experience, one interaction at a time.
Cornell Career Services (career.cornell.edu) is part of Cornell's Division of Student and Campus Life (SCL). Our comprehensive services in Barnes Hall are open to all students, and complement the services offered through career offices in the undergraduate colleges that are tailored to more college-specific academic and career goals.
The mission of Cornell Career Services is to empower students to identify their strengths, interests, and values; discover and explore possibilities; gain experience; and develop strategies for pursuing diverse career paths and making thoughtful career decisions. We offer an array of career-development activities that inspire students to gain confidence and establish a foundation upon which to build their careers over a lifetime.
The Health Careers Advising Program oversees the University-wide advising program for students and alumni aspiring to careers in the health professions. This program provides direct support to our students and alumni through one-on-one meetings, webinars, workshops, and programs, in order to prepare these individuals thoroughly as they look to enter one of the health career fields. Our program serves the 3,000+ students and alumni who are interested in a career in a health field (including over 400 who apply each year to schools of human medicine), with the mission to ensure that all who use our services are successful in achieving their desired outcomes.
The Health Careers Program Manager will serve on the leadership team for Cornell Career Services (CCS), providing oversight and direction for Cornell's health professions career advising program, and contributing to decisions that affect the growth and success of the overall organization. You will offer career-exploration opportunities, career-development advising, and application information and support to undergraduate and graduate students, as well as alumni, who are interested in medical, dental, veterinary, and allied health careers. To understand the trends in the admissions area and in medical-school education, this role analyzes medical school admissions data and attends health-related conferences and institution/program open houses. In addition, this role collaborates with the Health Careers Evaluation Committee (HCEC) staff and chairperson in their mission to promote health careers services provided through CCS, and to support Cornellians' successful applications to medical school.
Key Success Factors:
The final candidate will have excellent interpersonal and communication skills, in order to lead the Health Careers Advising Program successfully. A commitment to developing innovative approaches to deliver excellent service to a diverse and highly focused population is essential. As a leader within Cornell Career Services, you will be expected to interact with integrity, create an open and inclusive environment for students and staff, display excellent problem-solving and judgment skills, and inspire a shared mission and vision.
Bachelor's degree, with five to seven years of advising/counseling experience, or equivalent combination of education and experience.
Ability to maintain confidentiality and to exercise excellent judgment when making far-reaching decisions.
Comfort working in a policy-driven program.
Excellent teamwork and collaboration skills.
Demonstrated leadership, communication, presentation, planning, and prioritization skills
Experience with MS Office and Filemaker, and with creation of print publications and web content.
Master's degree in counseling, college student personnel, education or equivalent
NOTE: There is no visa sponsorship available for this position.
University Job Title:
Student Career Services Associate III
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