Career Resource Assistant
**Starting pay is $9/hour and applicants must provide work availability for Spring 2018**
Career Resource Assistants are the first point of contact for student and alumni clients and are expected to fulfill the following responsibilities:
Career services duties:
- Provide information on the Career Planning and Resource Center services
- Identify relevant information prior to meeting with counseling staff including: Student class standing, service need, documents (e.g. resumes, letters, and applications).
- Perform tier one first contact activities like: identifying job resources, website resources, UWM department and major online resources, and online assessment access.
- Staffing the Career Planning and Resource Center reception desk. This i ncludes answering phones, providing first contact duties as described above, being available for staff assistance, and maintaining the reception area workstations.
- Maintaining accurate cattracks, appointment, walk-in, and database records.
- Ensuring that CPaRC policies are followed and being respected.
- Keeping the CPaRC media library and lobby area stocked appropriately, clean, and organized.
- Assisting counseling and administrative staff with projects as assigned.
- Maintaining confidential information such as files and documents appropriately.
- Representing the Career Planning and Resource Center and assisting CPaRC staff
- Outreach events include: CPaRC Open House, New Student Orientation, job and career fairs, requested “Show on the Road” presentations, and various other events as they occur.
- Satisfactory academic standing
- High level of professionalism, demonstrated reliability, ethical conduct, and
- Comfort in using Microsoft Word and Excel and able to learn other software programs
- Experience in accurate data entry, detail orientation, and self-correcting
- Creative problem solving and critical thinking abilities
- Ability to cooperate in team efforts, as well as work autonomously
- Interpersonal skills demonstrated through in person, phone and e-mail
- Willingness to walk students through the steps of tier one first contact activities
- Ability to manage high volumes of individuals
- Demonstrated knowledge of an office setting
- Experience in providing basic career resources
- Prior involvement in student affairs and/or campus activities
- Enthusiasm for delivering high-quality service and willingness to take initiative
For more information or questions regarding the position, please contact Olivia Cross at email@example.com.