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Career coach and responsible for employer engagement

FTC – 1 year

Saïd Business School is recruiting a Career Coach and Employer Engagement Manager attached to the Head of Careers, Global Industries.

Your goal is to provide high quality career services to all of our constituents. We support and help students and alumni find and prepare for a position that matches their skills and career development aspirations. We offer personalized assistance to companies, organizations and headhunters to enable them to access and recruit from the Saïd talent pool. We use group learning and professional development to meet student needs and provide specific personalized advice through 1: 1 coaching and counseling sessions.

This position mainly supports the career offer for MBA students but in all our study programs and all alumni of Saïd Business School. He is also responsible for managing client relationships with selected employers in a number of industry sectors.

To be considered for this position, you will need to have significant and relevant work experience in recruiting, career counseling or a similar discipline (e.g. training, learning and development, corporate education), including relationship management customer. Experience working with students, senior managers and alumni is highly desirable. You will need to demonstrate that you have the ability to relate and empathize with a wide range of people from diverse backgrounds. You will have the ability to understand and analyze individual motivations, interests and skills and enable clients to identify how these might be strengthened, what options might be suitable and how to turn those options into choices and transitions of effective careers.

More information about this position and how to apply can be found in the job description.

All applications must include a CV and supporting documents. For more advice and support, please visit https://www.jobs.ox.ac.uk/how-to-apply.

The deadline for submitting applications is Thursday, December 2 at 12 noon.


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