Career Opportunities

 

 

Career Opportunities

Director
Auburn University Career Center
This position is responsible for directing the development and administration of a comprehensive career services program for the University to ensure students are able to successfully transition into the world of work, graduate school, or professional school. Essential functions of this position include, but are not limited to:
1) Directs, plans, conducts, and assesses effectiveness of the Auburn University Career Center (AUCC) programs and services such as, but not limited to, career preparation, job fairs, and various career/job related workshops.
2) Develops, implements, and monitors short and long-range plans for the AUCC including budgets, programs, services, personnel needs, and technology.
3) Plans, coordinates, and conducts University events that prepare students for employment and provide employment opportunities outside of University student employment.
4) Collaborates with employers that hire graduates, students, interns, etc. and faculty, deans, advisors, and Auburn University administrators to assess career/employment needs and negotiate career/employment opportunities.
5) Recommends and implements programmatic policies and procedures for career services.
6) Participates in professional development activities to ensure professional growth and knowledge needed to provide effective leadership and program development.
7) Ensures the effective on-boarding of employees including hiring, orientation, training, mentoring, supervising, evaluating, and supporting ongoing professional development to promote well-informed and motivated staff and excellent customer service at all levels.

Minimum Qualifications:
•Master’s Degree from an accredited institution in Higher Education Administration, Counseling, Business or related field, as well as six (6) years experience in coordinating and/or providing career planning and counseling services. Advanced degrees considered in lieu of experience
•Knowledge of student development and counseling theories, Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) guidelines, legal and ethical guidelines regarding employment, JLD Federal Guidelines, and NACE professional standards for Career Services.
•Commitment to an inclusive and diverse workplace is required.

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Talent Hub Recruiter
The role of a Talent Hub Recruiter is responsible for total life cycle recruitment for their assigned Talent Hub.  The main missions of the role are to:

  • Implement and manage strategic sourcing programs to ensure staffing aligns with current and future Division workforce needs for identified key positions.
  • Workforce planning: assists in building proactive plans to align workforce supply and demand across divisions for key positions.
  • Establishes strategy that leverages Intern and Co-op program as a primary pipeline to meet full-time position needs.
  • Manages pre-recruitment screening and referencing for identified key positions.
  • Arranges country wide sourcing campaigns including networking, social media, etc.
  • Meets with internal clients on a regular basis as potential gaps are identified and researched for identified key positions.
  • Provides regular feedback to Site HR; Strives to build a healthy relationship with all stakeholders – Dedicated to achieving benchmark Customer Satisfaction levels in the Sourcing process
  • Drives for continuous improvement in process, candidate quality and customer experience through effective development and utilization of proactive sourcing methodologies.

Qualifications :

  • Bachelor Science in Human Resources or applicable work experience required
  • Minimum of 2-3 years experience in Talent Acquisition
  • Experience with e-recruitment systems and HRIS
  • Strong external network of Recruitment experts, resources, and suppliers.
  • Commitment to the highest ethical standards and willingness to adhere to Faurecia’s Code of Ethics and Code of Management.Apply at Faurecia.com