Acts as key student engagement specialist for the Lincoln Center (LC) Campus.
Develops and execute career-related programming, outreach, and new partnerships for Lincoln Center Campus.
Cultivates strategic relationships with campus partners such as student clubs and organizations, Office of Student Involvement, Residential Life, relevant faculty, and Fordham Foundry to enhance career-related opportunities for students and alumni.
Supervises Work Study part-time student workers, delegating tasks, managing schedules, approving timesheets, and ensuring work study students contribute to office mission and goals.
Directs and supervises the Fordham Career Ambassador (FCA) Program at the LC Campus; oversees FCA recruitment, training, and advising, and collaborates with the Executive Board to develop special programs and events for students.
Develops calendar of professional development events including webinars, career support groups, and networking prep events.
Oversees the strategic marketing and promotion of events, programs, and department requests at the LC Campus.
Develops and manages strategic marketing campaigns by partnering with student clubs and organizations, student leaders by department, residence hall directors, as well as identifies and establishes new campus partnerships.
Coordinates tabling and on-campus events to promote Career Services happenings, Handshake, and additional resources.
Creates flyers and contributes to Career Services social media channels for programs and events at the LC Campus.
Collaborates with the Student Engagement Team to streamline marketing and promotions at both campuses.
Develops specialized networking opportunities for Fordham students in collaboration with university partners.
Serves as liaison to the Office of Student Involvement and Residential Life at LC to advance professional development initiatives.
Designs and conducts presentations for all Fordham students as well as targeted offerings for unique student groups.
Creates opportunities through technology and innovation to better promote events, programming, and services at both campuses.
Cultivates cohesive long-term relationships with faculty, university partners, and student leaders to increase the quantity and quality of student engagement, as well as the Fordham Futures brand across campus.
Represents Career Services at orientations, University trainings and professional development events.
Creates and delivers topical professional development for students and alumni via workshops and individual counseling.
Attends various on-campus and off-campus events, including University and Alumni events.
Assumes responsibility for other special projects as assigned.
B.A./B.S. in relevant area required.; M.A./M.S. in relevant area preferred.
Minimum 2-3 years’ experience in higher education, career services, human resources, or employer relations.
Significant and related work experience will be considered in lieu of completing academic qualifications.
Must be knowledgeable of latest technological advancements/resources in career services and have a strong understanding of the leading technology concerning social media and human resource training and development.
Must possess excellent leadership, management, organizational, interpersonal, public-speaking, and time-management skills.
Must be creative, highly motivated and have excellent written and verbal communication skills.
Ability to develop rapport with a variety of constituents such as students, employers, administrators, faculty, and deans.
Willingness to travel, work early mornings and evenings and occasional weekends.
Internal Number: A06985
About Fordham University
Fordham Founded in 1841, Fordham is the Jesuit University of New York, offering an exceptional education distinguished by the Jesuit tradition to more than 16,000 students in its 9 colleges and schools. It has residential campuses in the Bronx and Manhattan, a campus in West Harrison, N.Y., the Louis Calder Center Biological Field Station in Armonk, N.Y., and the London Centre in the United kingdom.