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Assistant Director, Career Curriculum

                   
             
   
   
     
     
     
     
 
 
   
 
Multicultural Statement
 
 

We are looking for candidates who want to join us in our mission to provide access to education for all. Successful candidates welcome ideas and perspectives from colleagues and students representing a wide variety of cultures, backgrounds, religious beliefs, and experiences. We seek collaborative, open-minded and hard working professionals to work in a real world urban learning environment. Are you exceptional, yet modest and open to challenges? We seek achievers and leaders that want to bring their passion and skills to our well-respected community of approachable colleagues. Build your career with us.    

 
General Summary
 
 

The Assistant Director of Career Curriculum is responsible for the day-to-day management, marketing, and assessment of the Career Center's academic career courses and supports the Senior Associate Director with career curriculum across the University. This position works closely with students, employers, faculty, and staff.

 
Responsibilities & Duties
 
 
  • CURRICULUM MANAGEMENT

    • Manage scheduling and enrollment for UIP career courses.

    • Oversee the workflow and approval process for enrollment in UIP’s Experiential Learning courses, interfacing with students, employers, faculty, and staff.

    • Create course modules, tools, resources, and training materials for students, employers, faculty, and staff.

    • Map career curriculum across the University.

    • Serve in an HR-capacity for UIP faculty, including, but not limited to managing all hiring paperwork, payroll, tech requests, and onboarding.

  • ASSESSMENT

    • Oversee data reporting and analysis for career curriculum, producing enrollment reports and collecting relevant data regarding outcomes for students enrolled in career courses.

    • Audit and assess career curriculum..

    • Analyze UIP Marketing Communication efforts.

  • MARKETING COMMUNICATIONS

    • In collaboration with the Career Center Communication’s team, design the MarComm strategy for UIP’s academic career courses.

    • Develop marketing materials and creatively promote UIP using available technology, social media platforms, web content, print material, event attendance, and other mediums and outlets in order to increase engagement among students, employers, and campus partners.

    • Design and deliver online and in-person UIP info sessions.

  • FACULTY DEVELOPMENT

    • Develop and maintain resources and training materials for UIP faculty that emphasize current trends and best practices.

    • In collaboration with the Center for Teaching & Learning, provide instructional support for courses offered and developed by UIP.

    • Field UIP faculty inquires, providing guidance, as needed.

    • In collaboration the Senior Associate Director, facilitate quarterly UIP faculty meetings.

  • STUDENT ADVISING

    • Field student inquires about UIP 

    • Advise students regarding UIP policies, procedures, and the enrollment process.

  • Performs other duties as assigned.

 
Education & Experience
 
 
  • Successful completion of a bachelor’s degree.

  • A minimum of two years’ work experience in a professional environment.

 
Preferred Requirements
 

Advanced degree.

  • Experience working with experiential learning, academic internship programs, instructional/curriculum design, marketing/communications, scheduling/enrollment, human resources, assessment, higher education, and/or career services.

  • Familiarity with software/platforms: Adobe Creative Suite (Photoshop/InDesign), Canva, Microsoft Suite (Word/Excel/PowerPoint), Qualtrics, data analytics tools (e.g. Looker), student information systems (e.g. PeopleSoft), learning management systems (e.g. D2L/Canvas), and Career Management Systems (e.g. Handshake/GradLeaders).

 
Managerial Responsibilities
 
 
Supervision of one student employee.
 
Other Skills & Abilities Reqd
 
 
  • Strong sense of initiative with good judgment on when to work independently and involve team as needed.

  • Demonstrated organizations skills and ability to prioritize compete tasks and projects within a dynamic, changing environment.

  • Strong interpersonal, oral, and written communication skills; consultative and collaborative.

  • Strong presentation/design/facilitation skills.

  • Ability to create compelling and effective marketing communications content across multiple channels that engages target audiences.

  • Demonstrated experience managing marketing communications projects.

  • Experience with data management, analysis, and/or data analytics tools.

  • Understanding of academic culture and higher education program management.

  • Understanding of internships and their relations to the concept of Experiential Learning.

  • Familiarity with instructional/curriculum design.

  • Functional Competency Expectations

    • Advising & Counseling - Basic

    • Audience Awareness - Intermediate

    • Consultation and Influence - Intermediate

    • Customer Service - Mastery

    • Educating Others - Intermediate

    • Employment Practices - Intermediate

    • Information Organization - Intermediate

    • Production & Processes - Intermediate

    • Research & Analysis - Intermediate

  • Foundational Competency Expectations

    • Collaboration & Teamwork - Intermediate

    • Cultural Awareness & Sensitivity to Diversity - Intermediate

    • Effective Communication - Intermediate

    • Judgment & Decision-Making - Intermediate

    • Mission Focus & Institutional Knowledge - Basic

    • Project Management & Organization - Intermediate

    • Relationship & Network Building - Intermediate

  • Sustaining Competency Expectations

    • Change Acumen - Basic

    • Conflict Management - Basic

    • Continuous Improvement - Basic

    • Education Industry Acumen - Basic

    • Learning Agility - Intermediate

    • Self-Awareness - Intermediate

    • Systems Thinking – Intermediate

  • Strategic Competency Expectations

    • Creativity & Innovative Thinking - Intermediate

 
 
 
 

 

 
Additional Information
 
 

Flexible working hours including evening and weekends may sometimes be required. Travel between campuses required.


 

Location: 
Chicago, IL 60604
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