Manager, Career Coach (Health & Social Science/Engineering)

Job no: 498071
Department: Centre for Career Readiness
Contract type: Contract
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Key Responsibilities

Business Development:

  • Actively reach out to organisations to build and cultivate partnerships to facilitate their talent management programmes.
  • Proactively develop and implement strategies designed to increase student employment opportunities for our students for the Integrated Work Study Programme in the Engineering industry, as well as full-time employment opportunities for Engineering and Health & Social Science students.
  • Work with the team to develop employer engagement and strengthen employer relationships through planning and organising networking opportunities and recruitment presentations.
  • Support activities related to the career development of students such as event planning and management, data management and advocacy.

Career Coaching:

  • Oversee a group of Engineering / Health & Social Science students to develop and deliver customised one-to-one or group career coaching on career options and career strategies; resume and cover letter review, development of job search strategies and interview preparation. This will also include assessing student’s career exploration needs and determine what resources are most helpful to them.
  • Conduct regular outreach efforts including workshops and presentations to classes, student clubs and organisations.
  • Build strong partnerships with faculty and Overseas University partners to roll out career planning activities.
  • Use the online systems effectively to reach out and track students and their progress and keep track of student employment.
  • Any other duties as assigned by Director, Centre for Career Readiness.


Job Requirements

  • Degree in Engineering.
  • Preferably at least 8-10 years of relevant work experience in the Engineering sector.
  • Passionate about helping students secure the right jobs for their needs and aspirations; experience with career coaching will be a plus.
  • Excellent written and oral communication and interpersonal skills, with the ability to relate to both students and corporate leaders.
  • Organised and mature, able to lead and motivate in a fast-paced environment.

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Applications close: Singapore Standard Time

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