Seminole State College of Florida has a great full-time opportunity to your our team of diverse faculty and staff as a Career Development Coordinator in our Career Development Center.
This position provides career and professional development services, including individual career coaching, career and education research, job search advising, resume and interview critiques. Designs and presents career development programming, including workshops and seminars and develops relationships with students, employers, faculty, staff, alumni, and community partners.
1. Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university.
2. One year of experience with presentations, training, or teaching.
3. One year of experience in higher education, business, non-profit management, or human resources.
4. One year of experience planning and coordinating events and activities.
1. Master’s degree from an accredited college or university.
2. One year of experience providing career coaching and career/professional development programming.
Annual Salary is $36,329 to $38,600 commensurate with experience and degree exceeding the required qualifications.
We offer a variety of health insurance plan options with wellness incentives, fully paid dental and life insurance coverage. Participation in the Florida Retirement System and other retirement options. Free classes, tuition reimbursement, and numerous professional and personal development opportunities. Excellent work-life balance: 37.5-hour work week. Paid leave benefits including vacation and sick leave accrued monthly. 9 annual paid holidays. Paid leave during winter break & spring break. Flexible work options including a condensed 4-day workweek during the summer.
Are you ready to join our team of talented faculty and staff and Go State…Go Far?
Visit our website at https://www.seminolestate.edu/hr/jobs and complete the online application prior to 11:59 pm on August 18, 2022. Don't forget to submit all required documentation, including resume, cover letter and optional letters of recommendation.