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Career Ambassador (CA) Position Description
Reports to: Rachel M. Jackiewicz, Director of Career Services
General Summary of Responsibilities:
The Career Ambassador is involved in the delivery of career-related programming and assistance to STAC students and alumni. Duties include critiquing resumes and cover letters of students, planning and implementing career-related programs/workshops, marketing the Career Center to the college community, greeting and assisting visitors of the Career Center, aiding students with Career Center resources, assisting staff with projects, and providing general office support.
Must be enrolled as a STAC student t with successful completion of at least one semester. Presentation skills, communication skills, knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite, interpersonal skills, leadership skills, and a willingness to work hard are required. Related experience is not required, but is a plus.
Market the Career Center, its services, and programs/events
- Always act as a liaison to the Career Center, even when not officially working (answering questions, informing students of our services, events, etc.)
- Post fliers, newsletters, banners, etc. to market Career Center programs and events
- Connect with student organizations for co-sponsorship opportunities
Provide assistance to students utilizing the resources of the Career Center.
- Review resumes and cover letters
- Answer career-related questions of students and/or refer them to the appropriate resource
- Help students with online resources, including STACLink.
- Present students with resources to assist with career exploration, job search, internships, graduate school, on-campus student employment, etc.
- Maintain a presence in the Career Resource Center
Plan and Implement Career-Related Programs and Activities
- Conduct programming/workshops throughout the academic year on career-related topics in classes, Residence Halls, club/organization meetings, etc.
- Assist staff members with their programs in the form of idea development, marketing, and implementation
- Assist with various Career Center programs and events, including the Career Fair, Internship Fair, Etiquette Dinner, student/alumni networking events and presentations, etc.)
Provide general office support
- Answer phones, refer callers to appropriate resources or take reliable messages
- Schedule student/alumni appointments
- Maintain materials in waiting area and Career Library
- Assist with other office duties as needed