UChicago's business career programs build on the world-class UChicago liberal arts foundation to give students who are interested in business a competitive edge in their professional development. Students engaging in programs are interested in careers in a wide range of businesses including investment banking, investment management, consulting, private equity, retail, marketing, advertising and sales & trading. The Assistant Director will utilize industry expertise to prepare students for business careers including finance and consulting. Essential Functions Industry Specific Advising - Utilize industry experience to advise and prepare students to secure internship and full-time positions within finance, consulting, or corporate advisory capacity. - Develop educational materials that will allow students to have a competitive advantage when applying and interviewing with various roles within business.- Closely monitor student progress and report out on status and placement outcomes. Curriculum Design, Planning and Execution - Assist in planning, designing and executing student workshops and employer site visits.- Develop finance and consulting curriculum strategies and present enhancements to team.Reporting / Data Analysis / Presentation - Develop efficient methods to track student and program data.- Summarize and present information at knowledge-sharing meetings with colleagues.Employer Outreach and Development - Collaborate with the Employer Relations and Development team to develop relationships with employers. General Career Advancement Activities - Provide general career counseling to assigned 1st year students.- Manage or provide support to additional Career Advancement initiatives as assigned.Travel- Plan, organize, and execute student treks to domestic and/or international business centers.
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