Executive Director of Experiential Learning
Saint Elizabeth University Morristown, NJ
- Expired: May 08, 2021. Applications are no longer accepted.
The Office of Student Life at Saint Elizabeth University in Morristown, NJ is seeking an Executive Director of Experiential Learning. This person will provide oversight for all departments within the Experiential Learning Center, including Career Services/Student Employment, Academic Internships/Study Away, Volunteer/Service-Learning and Mentoring. Oversight includes: employee supervision, database/software management, budget development/tracking job sourcing and other administrative tasks.
The Executive Director also oversees the student employment program and is responsible for conducting the annual graduate outcomes assessment survey. The Executive Director is responsible for ensuring that appropriate and engaging student programming is developed and coordinated through the Experiential Learning Center. Engages in professional learning activities with a focus on developing and refining cultural competencies.
Finally, the Director is also required to teach career-related leadership... courses as requested.Essential Functions Coordinate all activities within the Experiential Learning Center, thereby creating and sustaining a central resource for students, faculty, employers, community partners and alumnae/i so that SEU students will be engaged partners in their college careers and beyond. Supervise and mentor all employees within the Experiential Learning Center as well as coordinate all administrative responsibilities including but not limited to: budgeting, training, software maintenance/acquisition, database management, etc.
Manage career development services for all students (traditional and non-traditional) and alumnae/i of the institution, providing individual consultations regarding online presence and reputation, academic major and career exploration, internship and graduate program research, job search strategies, resume, cover letter and interviewing preparation. In collaboration with Academic Affairs, manage and assess all activities conducted in the Academic Internship office to ensure high quality internship experiences are provided to all students that meet the needs/outcomes of the associated academic program. Oversee student employment program in collaboration with financial aid, human resources, payroll, the business office and the Cabinet.
Includes budget tracking and reporting, collection, approval and processing of all student employment related documents, conducting annual supervisor training, arranging Title IX training for student employees, creating and managing off-campus Federal Work Study community service opportunities, supporting all requirements for the A133 audit, and other issues as they arise. Administer and interpret career assessments, such as MBTI and FOCUS II. Create, publicize and deliver workshops on a broad range of career development topics, collaborating with various campus offices, faculty and external partners whenever possible.
Develop and present customized workshops upon request of faculty, staff and student leaders. Conduct student learning outcomes assessments for each. Teach career related courses as requested.
Manage all technology-related sites and softwares, including: maintaining up-to-date websites and EaglesConnect sites, co-managing CampusLabs, including Engage and Baseline, managing all aspects of GradLeaders/SEU Connects, management of FOCUS2 Produce print materials on topics related to all aspects of responsibilities. These include but are not limited to: office services, resume and cover letter writing, interview skills, job/internship search, use of social media for professional purposes, and first year on the job assistance, SEU Promise, and student employment. Maintain job, internship, volunteer and service-learning opportunity postings, as well as comprehensive information on external professional connections through the use of GradLeaders/SEU Connects web service.
This includes posting appropriate notifications designed to protect the college and/or students ut