The Student Development Specialist for
Advising, Career, and Transfer Services provides
career information, academic advising, and
transfer planning services to students in all majors, with
primary emphasis on providing guidance to students in the areas
of career discernment and attainment. This position is
responsible for advising a large cohort of currently enrolled
students, serving as a conduit for students to access other
academic support services, financial aid, and co-curricular
activities to support their success.
Duties include, but are not limited to,
advising students; assisting students by appointment,
face-to-face or in online environments, who need further career
direction; reviewing and assisting in résumé
creation; developing and facilitating career and academic
related workshops; using computerized career resources and
online assessment tools; and updating career/employment
information for use in the College catalog and web site.
The Student Development Specialist
assists with navigating and understanding college,
including selecting a major, degree and course requirements;
using online resources including Focus 2, O*Net, ARTSYS, the
College catalog, and other academic and career resources to
provide student with up-to-date and accurate information;
documents all student interactions; presents at advising and
career related events; and performs other duties as assigned by
This is an exempt,
professional staff position reporting to the Coordinator for
Career Services. Work schedule will vary according to the
needs of the College, to include day, evening, and weekend
degree in in human development, adult or counselor education or
related field; and three years of related academic advising
and/or career counseling experience are required. Advanced
skills in a Windows-based computer environment, including MS
Office programs, and experience using student records software
such as DegreeWorks or Banner, are also required.
will be evaluated on criteria including, but not limited to,
career counseling experience, to include job search skills and
career discernment; academic advising and/or academic coaching
experience; experience advising students of diverse backgrounds,
specifically students of color and LGBTQ; and experience working
with online advising and learning platforms, such as Blackboard.
experience and skills include experience with online job posting
systems; college or community college experience; and
offer of employment at Harford Community College is contingent
upon the results of a mandatory background screening.
Employees must submit within 30 days of hire official
transcripts of all degrees earned.
ONLINE EMPLOYMENT APPLICATION
and attach a
Cover Letter and Resume (Word or PDF format only).
submissions will not be accepted or reviewed.
Any questions or concerns regarding our online application
may be sent to
or call 443-412-2202.
RESUMES WILL NOT BE
ACCEPTED IN LIEU
OF AN EMPLOYMENT APPLICATION
For best consideration
September 24, 2017