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Wanted: Career Services Specialist For The Arthur L. Carter Journalism Instituted

20 April 2011 20 April 2011 Tags: No Comment Print This Post Print This Post

New York University’s Faculty of Arts and Science is seeking a talented Career Services Specialist for the Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute. In collaboration with the Associate Director, this individual will guide, advise, and support the Institute’s students and alumni through career planning, decision making, and internship/ job searching processes – with a focus on print and online journalism. Assist students in analyzing their interests and skills and developing career goals. Assist with career programs including planning, marketing and implementation and gathering data to analyze program effectiveness.

USE THIS LINK TO APPLY – www.nyucareers.com/applicants/Central?quickFind=53280

Bachelor’s degree in Journalism, Human Resources, Career Counseling, Recruitment or a related field.

A degree in Journalism is preferred.

2 years of experience in print/online journalism career services/recruitment or 5 years of progressive experience in print/online journalism including mentoring and coaching professionals. Also must include experience implementing programs, seminars, events, and preparing training materials.

Career planning, assessment, and job search expertise in the field of journalism. Excellent communication, presentation, writing and organizational skills. Ability to deal with a diverse population at all levels.

Photoshop, online publishing experience, knowledge of SEO (search engine optimization) techniques, social network news reporting (creating stories for Twitter, etc.), Mobile, Apps, metrics and analytics, CMS (content management system) and database skills (MS Excel and beyond). FinalCutPro, HTML, ProTools and language skills.

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