Thursday, December 9, 2021

The University Career Center & The President’s Promise is Hiring an Employer Relations Graduate Assistant!




Working with the Professional Preparation unit staff in the University Career Center & The President’s Promise, the Graduate Assistant will support employer recruiting and engagement efforts, contribute to professional preparation programming and support the management of Careers4Terps, career management system. The current work status is virtual, however, it is subject to change per campus guidelines.


Major responsibilities may include:
  • Utilize Careers4Terps, the Center’s career management platform, to support employer/student engagement: 
  • Post and approve employer job postings
  • Schedule events and communicate upcoming opportunities
  • Pull employer engagement data; generate monthly reports to report trends and inform future areas of focus
  • Enhance system training and marketing materials for all constituents
  • Contribute to PPU staff research/outreach efforts and initiatives to increase internship and full-time opportunities for students locally, regionally and nationally.
  • Support employer/alumni recruiting, engagement and brand-building activities (including but not limited to participation in panels, workshops, career fairs, social media marketing, and connections to student groups) to connect with UMD students. 
  • Create and enhance professional preparation career development content and participate in facilitation of workshops, panels, etc.
  • Aid in coordination of and training preparation for virtual career fairs and other employer recruiting events.
  • Curate and disseminate relevant employer information to be shared via Center newsletters and social media accounts.
  • Support and actively participate in unit, cross-functional and Center-wide meetings/training and all-staff events, such as career fairs. 
  • Collaborate in other general administration and project-based support as needed.
Minimum Qualifications: 

Candidates must be enrolled in a UMD graduate program for 2021-2022 academic year.