At Ross Education, we provide high quality allied healthcare training programs that allow graduates to begin rewarding careers in the healthcare industry. The Career Development Coordinator is responsible for building and maintaining employer contacts (relationships), arranging student externship assignments, co-teaching the Professional Growth and Communication Skills Course, presenting a series of classroom mini presentations, participating in new student orientation, conducting graduate employment follow-up, facilitating weekly Job Clubs and performing related work as required.
Job Duties and Responsibilities (not inclusive):
A. Job Development
- Constantly seeks and cultivates new job openings
- Notifies and motivates students/graduates of openings and suggests a plan of action
- Follows-up on all referrals, interviews and placements
- Documents all placement activities
- Accepts responsibility of creating and maintaining quality placement for graduates in all programs.
B. Career Development Involvement in the Classroom
- Participates in new student orientation.
- Co-teaches Professional Growth and Communication Skills
- Assists students with resume development.
- Lectures on professional dress, attitude, language and actions.
- Demonstrates professional principles at all times.
C. Externship Assignments
- Approves, confirms and assigns externship sites to each student.
- Develops new externship sites by building relationships within the medical community
- Keeps accurate records of site locations and students’ externship hours.
- Completes daily, weekly and monthly documentation.
- Complies and keeps current job placement statistics on each graduate.
- Conducts follow-ups on each class.
- Conducts graduate and employer surveys.
We offer our employees:
- A positive environment where you can see how your work makes a difference
- Training and ongoing education
- Benefits including insurance, 401k, paid time off, tuition assistance
- Opportunities to grow and advance
- Bachelor’s degree.
- 1+ years of proven customer service or sales experience from jobs like: Outplacement, workforce placement, placement/recruiting, sales, business development, newspaper advertising, marketing or other sales related positions.
- Excellent communication skills and strong interest in working with and helping people.
- Good organizational skills
- Interest in making sales calls and developing relationships and contacts in the community
- Ability to talk to groups of students about professional growth and communications.
- Desire to work toward the achievement of measurable goals.
- Ability to work a flexible schedule