As part of the Feld Center for Industry Alliances leadership team, the Director of Employer Engagement reporting to the Executive Director of the Feld Center, will supervise the employer relations team, which consists of four Industry Relations Managers, to steward relationships with employers for the purpose of enhancing and expanding on-campus and off-campus recruiting programs for Questrom students. The Director serves as the primary employer relations lead supervising and directing the IRM team in the Feld Center to deliver superior service to employers and students. The Director of Employer Engagement will establish strong relationships with key employers, alumni, faculty, and students in order to develop important networks and to keep abreast of employer needs. The Director will steward a strategic plan for employer engagement based on hiring trends, recruiter feedback, industry analysis, and other relevant research. The Director of Employer Engagement will also maintain an industry employer portfolio and provide student coaching related to that industry similarly to the Industry Relations Managers.
Performance for the Director of Employer Engagement is measured on the ability of the incumbent to:
A. Increase opportunities for students to interview with companies both on-campus and off-campus by effectively managing the relationships of current and future employers;
B. Systematically conduct research among prospective and current recruiters that clearly identifies their needs and how to best meet them;
C. Share information, analysis, and ideas from the marketplace with fellow staff members for the purpose of better preparing students in their chosen career paths;
D. Successfully integrate and collaborate with undergraduate and graduate career coaches;
E. Maintaining high levels of employer and student satisfaction regarding interactions with the Feld Center;
F. Maintaining high levels of employee satisfaction among industry relations managers; and
G. Ensure the reporting of accurate and complete data on recruiting and student outcomes.