This is a Permanent, Full-time position.Category: Education
The Director, Ryerson Career Centre position
As the director, you will provide strong leadership for Ryerson Career Centre staff and will articulate a clear and exceptional vision for career/professional development and engagement opportunities for all Ryerson students.
Our students and alumni are the strength of our institution and you will need to have extensive experience understanding student needs and developing programming that makes sense in our culturally diverse university. We are proud to be a unique and career-focused university - you will come in contact with a variety of students studying in diverse programs and learning zones. As an example, you may come in contact with students from our undergraduate program in dance, or urban planning to graduate students in our PhD program in psychology in the same hour. You must be a demonstrated leader in career development for a diverse student population and new alumni.
In keeping with our culture, you must be a cultivator of entrepreneurship in students and an intrapreneur with the ability to build relationships with partners at Ryerson. With the changes to the Ryerson Career Centre, in the role as the new Director you will endeavor to create a broader ecosystem of career development support for students – one that includes faculty, staff, employers, alumni, parents, community stakeholders , and other students.
Ready to make your mark as the Director of Ryerson’s Career Centre?
To help us learn more about you please provide a cover letter and resume about how you meet the following specific qualifications:
- Successful completion of a Master’s Degree program, in an academic discipline that is transferable to the role (ie: Human Resources, education, counseling, curriculum development, higher education administration, student affairs) – with a focus on career development, entrepreneurship, small business, business development and/or politics;
- Extensive experience in providing services to and providing personal/career development opportunities for post-secondary students in a collaborative manner is preferred. Understanding of working in a student affairs/student services environment will be a valuable asset;
- A minimum of seven (7) to ten (10) years of progressive experience in leadership development, management of organizational change, community development and engagement, programming planning and evaluation, managing human resources and budgets, marketing and promotions, program assessment and evaluation, revenue generation, and understanding of university organizations and culture. Experience leading the development of career education experiences for students will be a valuable asset.
Please note: we receive a high volume of applications for all of our positions at Ryerson University and this position will be very appealing! Once we have made a decision about a shortlist, we will post an update on our LinkedIn company page as we are unable to notify all candidates about the status of their application.
Ryerson University is strongly committed to fostering diversity within our community. We welcome those who would contribute to the further diversification of our staff, our faculty and its scholarship including, but not limited to, women, visible minorities, Aboriginal people, persons with disabilities, and persons of any sexual orientation or gender identity. Please note that all qualified candidates are encouraged to apply but applications from Canadians and permanent residents will be given priority.
Salary: $81,355 - $130,169
Please apply directly online via www.ryerson.ca/jobs under external opportunities.
If you have any questions about the position, please contact Jessa Chupik, Manager of Recruitment, Retention and Employment Equity at firstname.lastname@example.org or 416-979-5000 x3165.
We are an incredible university and you should get to know us better before you decide to apply to join our team. To learn more about our students, work environment, colleagues, leaders and innovative educational environment, visit www.ryerson.ca and www.ryersonstudentaffairs.com, and search @RyersonU, @RyersonCareer, and #RyersonSA on Twitter. We are proud to be Ryerson RAMS and you can hear specifically about our pride from our students, alumni, faculty, staff and employment partners by reviewing our LinkedIn company page. RUStudentLife, the award winning student-run, multiplatform social media site, provides a view into life and culture for Ryerson students. In everything we do, equity, diversity and inclusion are part of our DNA at Ryerson University.