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 Posted 9-19-17

Director Student Employment Services


Role/Level/Range: ATP/4/PD 
Starting Salary Range ($s): Commensurate with experience
Employee group (Full time/Part-time/Limited/Casual): Full Time 
Schedule (hours/days): M-F 8:30am - 5pm
Employee subgroup (FLSA Status): Exempt 
Department name: Student Employment Services 
Personnel area (School): Homewood Student Affairs 


General Summary:

Provide vision and leadership for all components of the student employment program, building on the University mission for enhancing the undergraduate experience and advancing cross-discipline experiences.  Lead strategic planning for on-going development of the student employment program; cultivate and nurture collaboration with key university stakeholders, other divisions, off-campus employers, and like institutions.  Function as the university compliance office for student employment, working with and advising all JHU divisions, the administration, and departments.  Identify areas of concern and recommend/implement solutions.  Work with the systems and human resources team to develop and implement major functionality in the university human resource and payroll system.  Facilitate the resolution of student employment issues including employee relations, misconduct, and risk management.  Ensure compliance with regard to labor laws, university policies, and FWS regulations.  Oversee personnel, budgetary, and all operational functionality.  Advance the office by developing effective programs, marketing campaigns, policies, and procedures, which impact students and departments across the JHU enterprise.


Essential Job Functions: 
Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  • Lead a centralized student employment program for undergraduate, graduate, pre-doctoral, post-doctoral, and visiting students in the Whiting School of Engineering and the Krieger School of Arts & Sciences
  • Provide a wide range of expert advisory, liaison, and consulting services to University Administration, Deans, Department Heads, and other key officers across the institution.
  • Serve as the University expert for all things student employment related; provide support across all divisions, and serve on all university committees that impact the institution’s student employee population.
  • Consult with the General Counsel’s Office, Office of Institutional Equity, and Office of International Students as appropriate on student employee related matters including grievances, legal compliance, and potential INS issues.
  • Plan and carry out employer outreach to support proactive growth and development initiatives for student hiring and mentoring.
  • Provide employer program support including but not limited to performing site visits, research, data base development, and training.
  • Routinely assess department operations and analyze current practices to ensure compliance, determine effectiveness, evaluate performance, and consider options for improvement.
  • Ensure all student employment documents are compliant with state and federal regulations as well as university policy (i.e., ADA, ERISA, EEOC, and Title IV).
  • Make certain the Student Employment Handbook is kept up-to-date with all state, federal, and university guidelines; the content of which is used across the university.
  • Supervise six full time employees and prepare annual performance evaluations.  Responsible for hiring, training, ongoing development, salary decisions and any disciplinary action.  Develop and write procedures, conduct training as necessary and encourage professional development.
  • Manage the departmental budget, make projections, and ensure proper entries are made to systems.
  • Oversee departmental sponsored events and participation in join happenings.



Master’s Degree in Student Personnel Administration, Human Resources, or related field required.

Additional experience may substitute for education.


Licensure, Certification, Registration:

Membership is NSEA (National Student Employment Association) or affiliated regional association preferred.Completion of Student Employment Essentials (SEE) Training preferred.



Minimum of five years’ leadership, supervisory or administrative work experience in student employment, career development, or human resources.  Proven strategic planning and project management skills; strong leadership experience; experience with outcomes assessment and evaluation strategies; knowledge of student development philosophy; strong communication skills; experience with information management systems, web-based technology, and social media as it relates to delivery and marketing of student/employment services.


Special Knowledge, Skills, or Abilities:

  • Knowledge of laws that govern employment and hiring practices including for international students
  • Knowledge of regulations governing the FWS program, specifically Title IV
  • Knowledge of the Form I-9 and EVerify
  • Experience building partnerships both internally and externally
  • Event planning experience; practiced making presentations
  • The ability to plan and facilitate training workshops
  • Basic counseling skills
  • The ability to work with a diverse population

Posted October 3, 2017

Assistant Director for Student Employment & Recruitment Support

The Career Center at The College of New Jersey seeks a self-motivated, dynamic and detail-oriented individual to serve as the Assistant Director for Student Employment & Recruitment Support. The counselor will be expected to manage the hiring, training and termination of student employees within the on campus student employment program. This program touches every aspect of the campus and is comprised of 1700 student workers and over 240 supervisors.  Duties will include hiring and terminating student workers, developing training programs for student employers and employees, and recruiting for community work study venues. As the assistant director he/she will be experienced or familiar in the use of hiring systems like NextGen and Handshake.

In addition, the Assistant Director will assist in signature recruitment events such as the on campus recruitment program, networking events, career fairs and employer presentations. This individual will assist students in resume and interview preparation

The successful candidate will be involved in hiring, training and terminating, provide semester reporting, and policy review.  The person selected for this position must enjoy customer service in a fast-paced team environment, problem solving, understand I9 practices and procedures as well as participate in a collaborative atmosphere.

The Assistant Director must have excellent communication, problem solving skills with an understanding of best hiring practices. This person must be highly organized and able to assist on year-long recruitment and enrollment projects.


  • A Bachelor’s degree (Master’s preferred) with 2-4 years of increasing responsibility in a highly selective college career center, student employment or human resources environment.
  • Strong oral presentation skills
  • Effective written communication skills
  • Ability to problem solve
  • Have a strong understanding of employment practices; particular knowledge of E-Verify and I-9 procedures
  • ·Ensure all student employment documents are compliant with state and federal regulations as well as university policy (i.e., ADA, ERISA, EEOC, and Title IV).
    • ·Technologically savvy

Preferred qualifications include proven use of technology in the hiring and recruitment of students. This candidate should demonstrate excellent organizational skills and diplomacy. 

Salary is competitive and commensurate with education and experience.  This position also includes a comprehensive benefits package including health, dental and prescription plans as well as generous sick and vacation leave allowances.  Review or applications will begin immediately.  Qualified candidates should submit a letter of interest, resume, and three professional references.

Under a new residency bill signed into law by Governor Chris Christie, any individual hired on, or after September 1, 2011, will be required to establish a principal residence in New Jersey unless their position is exempt. New employees will have a full 365 days to establish such residence, from the effective date of hire. Any new employee who believes that they have a critical need to live outside of New Jersey, or that a move to a permanent residence within the state would constitute a hardship, may request an exemption from the provisions of the law by appealing to a five-member committee to be established by the State for the purpose of hearing such appeals.

To enrich education through diversity, The College of New Jersey is an Equal Opportunity Employer. The College has a strong commitment to achieving diversity among faculty and staff, and strongly encourages women and members of underrepresented groups to apply.

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