Develop and implement long-range strategic plans and goals for the Office of Professional Development and Pro Bono Program.
Develop, implement and oversee the execution of employer and alumni outreach programs designed to increase utilization of office services by legal employers nationwide.
Serve as a primary career counselor to students and alumni. Provide information regarding career options, general job search strategies, judicial clerkships, personnel issues, and professional development. (The Law School's Office of Professional Development provides services to the school's Juris Doctor (JD); Master of Law (LL.M.); and Master of Jurisprudence (M.J.) students.)
Oversee and administer the development and coordination of all recruitment and employer services fall and spring on-campus interviewing programs, job fairs, resume forwarding, the on-line job posting and resume services.
Organize and oversee the development and execution of educational seminars, programs and related events sponsored or co-sponsored by the Office of Professional Development.
Supervise the Office of Professional Development and Pro Bono staff, including making hiring decisions, direction and assignment of work duties, disciplinary issues, performance appraisal and training.
Construct and oversee the creation, editing and production of all career publications, including handouts, newsletters, recruitment materials and other office publications.
Assist with and manage the compilation and completion of statistical data, which includes the Career Services' portions of the American Bar Association and U.S News & World Report Annual Questionnaires, the law school's report for the National Association for Law Placement, and other surveys as needed.
Bachelor's degree in business, human resources, or related field plus four years of experience in business, corporate recruiting, human resources, or related field and one year of management experience in relevant field.
Combinations of related education and experience may be considered.
Proficient communication skills. Excellent organizational skills. Ability to build strong customer relationships. Excellent collaboration and team building skills. Effectively coaches and delivers constructive feedback. Effective conflict management skills. Demonstrated problem solving skills.
Juris Doctor degree strongly preferred along with five years of comprehensive career services experience. Experience including significant career counseling, preferably within a law school setting. Experience in recruiting, marketing, career counseling and administration are highly desired. Good writing and editing skills.
This position will work at the IU McKinney School of Law on the IUPUI campus located in Indianapolis, Indiana.
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