Assistant Director of Career Strategy - Georgetown University Law Center

Location
Washington D.C.
Posted
Jul 04, 2018
Closes
Jul 18, 2018
Industry
Education, Law
Hours
Full Time
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Assistant Director of Career Strategy - Georgetown University Law Center

The mission of Georgetown Law's Office of Career Strategy  is to empower students with the tools, plans, and inspiration to achieve their career goals. By focusing on strategy, we aim to promote long-term success and thoughtful, deliberate career trajectories. OCS Career Advisors work one-on-one with students to create their strategic career plans, tailored to their specific needs and interests. Students' career planning and job searches are further supported by our numerous and ever-evolving programs, resources, and recruitment activities. We are committed to innovating and improving upon our own strategies for success as we strive to ensure that Georgetown Law graduates continue to be the most prepared and best equipped lawyers on the market.

The Assistant Director has responsibility for ensuring high quality advising and coaching services to all JD students. S/he provides one-on-one career advising and coaching services to one of the lL sections of the first year class and to upper-class students in their 2L and 3L years. As well, the Assistant Director also has a specific areas of focus, including diversity initiatives, business and corporate law initiatives, and alternative careers; and exercises specific knowledge and expertise regarding a practice area and region of the country. Reporting the Director of Career Strategy, the Assistant Director has duties that include but are not limited to

Ongoing Career Advising & Coaching for Students

Provides proactive individualized career coaching and advising to over 100 students assigned to the Assistant Director, including developing a career plan and strategy, and collecting and maintaining employment data for each student.

Programming

  • Creates and implements programming, networking events and resource development for area of expertise, including diversity and inclusion, business & corporate initiatives, and alternative careers.
  • Addresses concerns of students in these areas, and liaisons with student groups associated with these areas.

Practice Area and Region Expertise

  • Gains expertise in one practice area and one region of the country in order to advise students interested in these.
  • Creates programming, resources, and connections in these areas.

Outreach

  • Represents OCS at events related to areas of focus, such as conferences, diversity events, alumni events, and local recruiting events.
  • Meets with employers in focus areas to educate them about Georgetown students, programming, and curricula in order to increase opportunities for students.
  • Increases employer and alumni participation in OCS events such as information panels, networking events and on· and-off campus recruitment programs.
  • Serves as liaison to other departments and student groups to provide programming, resources and coordination of services for the benefit of students.


Requirements

  • Juris Doctor degree
  • 1 year of law student career advising experience
  • Experience in private sector
  • Knowledge of Symplicity
  • Preference for coaching training

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