Job Location and Development Coordinator Duties and Responsibilities
Purpose of Classification:
and develops off-campus part-time, full time, temporary,
internships, co-op, volunteer, and seasonal opportunities for
enrolled university students and/or program participants. This
classification may be funded under federal Title IV program.
Oversees recruiting, interviewing, counseling and file maintenance
for student/clients. Some travel may be required to visit potential
employers and solicit participation.
a specialized classification and not part of a series.
Examples of Duties:
- Develops and schedules program work plan in accordance with
specifications of Title IV guidelines and/or funding
limitations; oversees daily operations and coordinates
activities of program; determines priorities.
- Develops and recommends new or revised program goals and
- Prepares and monitors program budget.
- Prepares or assists in preparation of proposal for funding.
- Coordinates with Placement Director, Financial Aid Director,
academic department heads, and funding representatives; shares
job information and openings.
- Develops, designs and updates flyers, brochures,
advertisements and public service announcements to introduce the
program to local and national employers to encourage the listing
- Develops off-campus employment opportunities for enrolled
students/program participants with organizations and businesses
locally and nationwide by recruiting potential employers through
personal contact and mailings.
- Develops and facilitates workshops, meetings or programs for
community organizations to inform potential employers of the
program and to solicit participation.
- Visits prospective and current employers to promote
participation and review activities of participants.
- Plans, organizes and conducts events such as seasonal job
fairs to promote program and recruit students/program
participants and employers.
- Answers questions from students regarding the program and
eligibility; provides technical advice, problem solving
assistance, and policy interpretation; refers to appropriate
person/agency when unable to respond.
- Evaluates program effectiveness by maintaining required
documentation and preparing monthly and annual reports,
financial statements and records on program activities.
- Reviews and approves initial intake of job listing in order
to isolate and identify potential legal problems or listings
that conflict with established university policies.
- Schedules and arranges for on-campus interviews for
employers and students/program participants.
- Creates and posts job listings for students/program
participants looking for summer employment.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
- Knowledge of marketing and/or advertising techniques and
- Knowledge of job placement and recruitment techniques.
- Skill in organizing workload.
Bachelor's Degree in Marketing, Public Relations, Business or
related field AND two years of professional experience in job
development; OR, Six years experience in marketing, public relations
or job development; OR, Any equivalent combination of experience
and/or education from which comparable knowledge, skills and
abilities have been achieved.
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