North Vancouver, BC$4,710 - $5,301 a monthCompetition Number S18243PPosition Title Employer Engagement and Experiential Learning FacilitatorPosition Number n / aEmployee Group StaffPosition Status Regular Full-
TimeDepartment Career Development CentreAdditional NotesLocation North VancouverJob SummaryThis is varied career development, employer engagement and experiential learning work.
The incumbent will support employer relations and experiential learning and education initiatives by creating programming and developing relationships with employers.
and consulting faculty members concerning Work Integrated Learning (WIL). An incumbent reports to the Manager, Career Development Centre.
Key ResponsibilitiesProactively develop and implement strategies designed to increase employment and experiential opportunities for students and alumni in consultation with the Manager.
Develops and maintains relationships and regular communications with employers to ensure repeat recruiting visits designed to provide practicum, internship, service learning and other experiential and WIL opportunities for students and alumni.
Establishes an effective experiential learning referral process to centralize resources and streamline communications between employers and the campus community to better manage relationships by eliminating confusion, improving the employer experience, avoiding loss of opportunities and developing a more coordinated and consistent effort to manage relationships in consultation with the Manager.
Develops relationships with employers soliciting their involvement in experiential programs to create opportunities for students and alumni.
Engages in community outreach to develop and maintain employer relationships to expand the range of employer recruiting activities.
Actively pursues university relations / recruiter contacts as well as other similar contact sources for students and alumni.
Attends networking events and initiates meetings with prospective employers to generate experiential learning and employment opportunities for students and alumni.
Represents the university at various events held on and off campus to educate prospective and current students about experiential learning and education opportunities.
Networks with chambers of commerce, professional associations, employers and non-profits for recruiting and engagement purposes.
Identify employer needs and recommend recruiting options, strategies, and sponsorship opportunities.Creates and maintains processes and methods to present students and alumni to employers.
Works with employers to develop marketing strategies for enhancement of employer presence on campus, which includes, but not limited to : campus recruitment, job postings, internships, career fairs, and class / organization presentations.
Provides consultation to faculty members and service areas to develop strategies and ideas to offer experiential education and learning to students.
Creates, implements and facilitates employer engagement and experiential learning initiatives and programming to provide students with opportunities to develop their career, skills and / or secure employment.
applicant recruitment and selection; progress tracking; and data capture to continuously evaluate and improve programs.Conducts workshops on experiential opportunities to students and collects workshops evaluation from attendees.
Meets with students to develop a career plan, skills development roadmap or assist with other career development skills.Answers questions and helps students find resource materials.
Develops and maintains employer database and related statistics.Collects evaluations and feedback from students, faculty and employers.
Monitors quality of opportunities and conduct site visits when applicable.Coordinates special events / projects connecting students, alumni and employers.
Selects, trains and supervises student employees.Performs duties related to the qualifications and requirements of the position.
Required Knowledge, Skills & AbilitiesThorough knowledge of the local business community, market and salary trends, career opportunities and hiring practices.
Thorough knowledge of career development strategies and practices.Thorough knowledge of experiential learning and experiential education.
Thorough knowledge of University programs.Thorough knowledge of business English, spelling and arithmetic.Considerable knowledge of word processing, database, web posting and spreadsheet applications.
Working knowledge of e-mail and internet use.Working knowledge of modern office practices and procedures.Ability to represent the University in the local business community and to promote University programs, alumni and students.
Ability to interview students and employers.Ability to create and maintain professional networks.Ability to present and speak in public effectively.
Ability to assist students with skills development and career development skills.Ability to understand and follow complex oral and written instructions, and communicate information effectively, both orally and in writing.
Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with other employees, students, community and business groups and the general public.
Ability to represent the University in a professional manner.Ability to maintain confidentiality and to exercise tact, diplomacy and sensitivity when dealing with students, employers, other employees, business groups and the general public.
Ability to problem solve, organize, prioritize, and meet deadlines in a fast-paced ever changing environment.Ability to adapt to changing situations with ease.
Ability to assist in assembling and organizing information obtained from a variety of sources.Ability to act with independence of judgement and a minimum of supervision.
Ability to work occasional evenings and weekends and attend events and / or meetings off-campus.Required Qualifications & ExperienceBachelor’s degree in business, communications, or a related field.
Three years of experience in career development or human resources, experience must include advising students on career planning, building and maintain relationships with employers and familiarity with experiential education in a post-
secondary environment.Job CompetenciesValid Class 5 B.C. Driver’s LicencePosting Detail InformationInternal or External Position ExternalInterview Date (Week Commencing) 05 / 24 / 2019Appointment Date 06 / 17 / 2019Appointment End Date (if temporary)Days and Hours of WorkOur standard work week is Monday to Friday, 8 : 30am 4 : 00pm.
This position may include early mornings, evenings and occasional weekends.Bridge Period (if applicable)Pay Group 24Salary$4,710 $5,301 per month based on 35 hours per week.
Union MoveUPJob Open Date 07 / 09 / 2019Job Close Date 07 / 22 / 2019Open Until Filled No