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Current Employment Opportunities at the UCI Division of Career Pathways

  • Assistant Director, Employer Relations - 35012-1A

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    ASSISTANT DIRECTOR, EMPLOYER RELATIONS – 35012-1A

    Updated: Apr 27, 2022
    Location: UC Irvine Campus
    Job Type:
    Department: Career Pathways

    Job Opening ID: 32073
    Reports To: Director of Human Resources
    Working Title: Assistant Director, Employer Relations
    Department: Career Pathways
    Bargaining Unit: 99
    FLSA: Exempt
    Payroll Job Code: 004519
    Job Location: UCI Campus- Irvine
    Percent of Time: 100%
    Work Schedule: 8-5m M-F
    Employee Class: Career

     

    Position Summary:
    The Division of Career Pathways is an environment that celebrates diversity of background and experience and one that leverages the unique talents and strengths of staff to achieve greater employee satisfaction, higher productivity, and innovation. We strive to be a place where staff feel that they are equitably treated, respected, heard, valued, and enabled to do their best work while contributing to organization’s mission and vision.
    The Assistant Director, Employer Relations is a key leadership role within the Division of Career Pathways (DCP) that requires exceptional program management and relationship building skills to engage team members, employers, faculty, staff, and alumni in efforts that will increase access to quality opportunities and meaningful career experiences for UC Irvine students. The Assistant Director serves on DCP’s Leadership Team and performs the role of the Associate Director, Employer Relations, in their absence. While providing forward-looking leadership and management for the continuing development, effectiveness, and visibility of DCP by applying principles of strategic planning, operational management, and best practices as they relate to employer relations, the Assistant Director collaborates with the Associate Director of Employer Relations to direct the day-to-day administration and planning efforts of the Employer Relations team. The Assistant Director actively supervises, develops, and evaluates employer relations staff who coordinate employer recruitment activities, such as career fairs, employer information sessions, employer outreach, and other related programs and resources.

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  • Career Educator - 32073-1A

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    CAREER EDUCATOR – 32073-1A

    Updated: Mar 1, 2022
    Location: UC Irvine Campus
    Job Type:
    Department: Career Pathways

    Job Opening ID: 32073
    Reports To: Assistant Director
    Working Title: Career Educator
    Department: Career Pathways
    Bargaining Unit: 99
    FLSA: Exempt
    Payroll Job Code: 004516
    Job Location: UCI Campus- Irvine
    Percent of Time: 100%
    Work Schedule: 8-5, M-F
    Employee Class: Contract

     

    Position Summary:
    The Division of Career Pathways is an environment that celebrates diversity of background and experience and one that leverages the unique talents and strengths of staff to achieve greater employee satisfaction, higher productivity, and innovation. We strive to be a place where staff feel that they are equitably treated, respected, heard, valued, and enabled to do their best work while contributing to organization’s mission and vision.
    Utilizing a theoretical understanding of career development, provides directs student services to UCI students and alumni on a full range of career processes including career planning, setting career goals, decision making, and improving job search competencies. Provide in-person (on-campus) and virtual (via Zoom and phone) career advisement to students//alumni through individual appointments, group advising, and drop-in sessions. Help UCI students in understanding their interests, values, skills, and personalities and understand how these factors relate to career satisfaction and choices. Use standard quantitative and qualitative assessments to help UCI students assess career goals. Support UCI students with decision making, goal setting, action planning and identifying internal/external obstacles to obtaining goals. Through liaison work, builds relationships and provides guidance to UCI departments, schools and campus units on providing resources to meet students’ career needs. Research, evaluate and update written and electronic career and educational resources. Plan, coordinate, deliver, and assess workshops and other small-and large-scale programming in ways that are engaging, culturally conscious, and effective. Serve as the lead for career advising workshops, seminars, career groups, panels, and other specialized career education programs. Engage the employer and UCI alumni community to participate in career related programming. Participate in weekly training, supervision, and team meetings.

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