Deputy Director, Employer Relations – Axios Charlotte

Located in the heart of the nation’s second fastest growing metropolitan area, Queens University of Charlotte leverages the city’s diverse and thriving environment as an extended classroom. Recognized nationally for its undergraduate programs in international and interdisciplinary education, Queens combines the best of liberal arts learning with professional preparation and community engagement. Focused on supporting the success of diverse learners, faculty build close, collaborative relationships with students and help them establish intentional and individualized roadmaps to thrive in Queens and beyond. At the graduate program level, the University offers innovative educational experiences that help learners advance professionally and retool for new opportunities. Our surroundings offer a myriad of opportunities for faculty to advance their own professional growth and their teaching and research interests by collaborating with dynamic sectors of industry, nonprofits and community organizations.

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Job summary:
Queens University of Charlotte is seeking an experienced and innovative Associate Director to support a growing college-wide career development office.

Reporting to the Executive Director of Career Development, the Assistant Director assists in the development, implementation, execution and evaluation of an employer relations plan that supports student employment and ancient. The Assistant Principal’s efforts have a direct impact on Queens’ five colleges and schools, as well as other units on campus. In conjunction with the CEO, the Deputy Director regularly works with employers, deans, faculty, staff, students, alumni, and various administrative units to deliver recruitment-related programs and resources. This full-time, benefit-eligible position is exempt from the provisions of the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) and does not qualify for earning overtime for hours worked above 40 in a single week of employment. job.

• With the advice of the Executive Director, create and implement an innovative and strategic approach to encourage employers to develop talent pools and engagement opportunities
• Develop and maintain relationships with employers from all industries to understand and support talent recruitment needs
• Share career opportunities and employers’ perspectives with internal stakeholders
• Oversee the execution of recruitment events and related employer programs
• Stay up to date on employment policies and best practices related to internships and on-campus recruiting
• Evaluate the employer relations strategy against key indicators
• Maintain regular involvement in associations related to career services and employer relations
• Offer career coaching to students and alumni
• Oversee the work and professional development of employer relations staff
• Other special tasks and projects may be assigned to meet department and university needs.

Experience and skills:
• 2-3+ years of direct experience in career services in higher education, university recruiting or a related field
• Experience in customer relations and account management
• Proven ability to interpret and analyze qualitative and quantitative data
• Experience in developing and using measures of success to compare programs and initiatives
• Strong knowledge of trends in various employment sectors
• Demonstrated skills in event planning and program management
• Ability to interact well with employers, students, teachers, parents, staff, administrators and in public places
• Ability to work well individually and in a team
• Strong computer skills including Microsoft Office 2019
• Ability to exercise good judgment in unusual / novel situations
• Ability to work with a diverse population
• Exceptional organizational skills and the ability to prioritize effectively with excellent attention to detail
• Bachelor’s degree or equivalent in experience and education. Preferred master

• Medical, dental and vision insurance
• Benefits for national partners
• Defined contribution (matching) and supplementary pension plans 403 (b)
• Generous vacation and paid leave
• Discount and exchange of tuition fees
• Life insurance paid by Queens
• Complementary life insurance
• Life insurance for dependents
• Accidental death and dismemberment insurance
• Flexible expense accounts (medical, dependent care, health savings account)
• Sick leave and long-term disability leave
• Paid parental leave
• FMLA leave if eligible
• discounted meals at Morrison Dining Hall
• Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
• free access to the Levine center
• Wellness programs
• In addition, employees can choose benefits such as pet insurance, critical care insurance and legal assistance.

Physical requirements:
• Visual skills: read reports, create presentations and use a computer system
• Hearing: hear well enough to communicate with colleagues, suppliers and students
• Dexterity, grip, feeling: writing, typing and using the telephone, copier and computer systems
• Mobility: Open files and operate office machines; travel between departments and attend campus meetings
• Speak: Frequently convey detailed or important instructions and ideas with precision, aloud or quickly
• Lift, pull, push: exert up to 30 pounds of force occasionally and / or up to 20 pounds of force frequently and / or up to 10 pounds of force constantly to move objects
• Cognitive / Emotional: Ability to think critically and concentrate. Must be able to react quickly to changing conditions

Working conditions:
• The nature of this position requires the willingness and ability to work evenings or weekends occasionally to achieve the objectives of the position or support departmental initiatives.
• Work in office and conference environments, involving contact with employers, faculty, staff, students, parents, service providers and suppliers
• Work has deadlines, interruptions and can sometimes be stressful

To apply:
Qualified applicants should submit the documentation below by email to hr@queens.edu in (.doc) or (.pdf) format. Incomplete applications will not be considered. Queens will continue to accept applications until the position is filled. Include the following:
1. A cover letter addressing the qualifications and experience of the position
2. Current CV or curriculum vitae
3. Salary requirements
4. Contact details of three professional references.

Make sure to include “AD-ERVC” and YOUR NAME in the subject line of your email.
(Example: AD-ERVC Shawn Mullin)

Applications received before October 19, 2021 will be considered first. Queens will continue to accept applications until the position is filled.