- Advise and assist individual student and alumni with defining career options, developing employment skills, and job searches.
- Coordinate, develop and conduct career development and information programs, workshops and panels for students including:
- On-campus presentations by employers and alumni.
- Resume writing, interviewing, and networking development workshops.
- Education on the use of sources of information on employment opportunities including print advertising, online job postings, and social media.
- Coordinate annual career fair including planning, organizing, and advertising event to students, alumni, and staff.
- Identify and build relationships with employers for recruitment of students and alumni.
- Maintain, update, and expand employer database.
- Coordinate on-campus interviews.
- Identify and disseminate job and internship opportunities.
- Assist in the selection and implementation of career related software.
Alumni and Development Services
- Implement a comprehensive program designed to maintain close contact and engagement with alumni including:
- Forming and coordinating a board of alumni advisors.
- Develop alumni programming including homecomings, reunions, and continuing profession education (in cooperation with the College office of Continuing Education).
- Develop and produce quarterly alumni newsletter for distribution via print and the web.
- Maintain regular direct communications with alumnae through email, telephone and video meetings.
- Engage alumni in the admissions process coordinating with the Assistant Dean for Admissions and Enrollment Management.
DUTIES PERFORMED BY FACULTY
- Teach and assess the academic progress of pharmacy students in didactic and laboratory settings.
- Faculty will mentor students as needed and supervise student scholarship.
- Faculty will provide service on College and University committees, attendance and participation in departmental meetings and will perform other faculty duties as appropriate.
- Faculty will provide reports and other documents as requested by department chairs, directors and deans.
- Faculty will develop elective courses for the students within their expertise.
- Perform other assignments as requested by the chair or the dean.
- Degree: Pharm.D. or Bachelors of Science in Pharmacy, Licensed Pharmacist in New York; residency/fellowship or equivalent experience training preferred.
- Prior experience in extemporaneous compounding/preparation of non-sterile dosage forms (creams, lotions, capsules, suppositories), sterile intravenous compounding, pharmacy law and regulatory affairs is highly desired.
- At least 5 years’ experience.
- Exceptional language skills, both oral and written.
- Ability to handle multiple high priority activities simultaneously.
- A high degree of interpersonal competency: the ability to work well with a diverse group of students, alumni, donors, volunteers, faculty and staff.
- Excellent diplomacy and teambuilding skills required to work well with colleagues at all levels.
- Experience utilizing new and existing online mediums to inform and actively engage sizable audiences and constituencies
- Ability to present in a convincing and professional manner and to inspire and generate enthusiasm among students, alumni, donors, volunteers, faculty and staff.
- Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite including Word, Excel, Power Point, Outlook.
- Alumni, career, and donor database management software knowledge.
- Routine travel in the tri-state area (NY, NJ and CT) to visit alumni and donors in homes and workplaces, attend professional pharmacy meetings.
- Some evenings and weekend hours may be necessary at times.