College and Career Advisor


Santa Paula



Dependent on Experience




Support student academic and career development through one-on-one meetings and by coordinating job fairs, career talks, and workshops. Lead students to develop and implement a plan for academic and career success, with a focus on building better habits in the context of the College’s liberal arts program. Help students discern and build both a one-year and a postgraduate vision for their lives. Connect students with alumni mentors and employers with the aim of building professional experience during summers and finding meaningful, gainful employment before graduation.



Career Advisor

  • Continue to implement and develop Career Services in a way that recognizes the priority of the College’s demanding academic program, while also equipping students to succeed after graduation.
  • Recruit students and provide one-on-one advising, with emphasis on creating a vision and specific commitments that serve student academic and professional development.
  • Provide graduate school guidance, including announcement of upcoming deadlines and testing dates.
  • Plan, coordinate, and execute Fall Job Fair and Spring Career Day, recruiting employers and alumni speakers.
  • Nurture current employer relationships through successful placement of students and alumni and proactively recruit new employers who align with the values of the College.
  • Network with alumni and outside contacts—including serving on the Career Services Board chaired by Alumni and Parents’ Association members—to identify mentors, career speakers, jobs, and internships.
  • Create a calendar of career events for the school year: job fairs, guest speakers, recruiting visits, etc.
  • Market Career Events to students through professionally designed flyers and emails.
  • Effectively manage Career Center student workers to assist with marketing and execution of career events.
  • Promulgate opportunities to students of both the California and New England campuses and the alumni via the student careers board, email, and alumni website.
  • Assist in the creation of a College & Career Advising Program for New England campus.



– Highly skilled in communication, listening, observation, and organization

– The ability to motivate and build rapport with students

– Networking skills to forge contacts among alumni, parents, and prospective employers

– Writing resumes and cover letters, interview skills, building LinkedIn profiles

– Public speaking, leading professional development workshops

– Proficiency with technology, including Microsoft Office Suite, LinkedIn, Airtable (preferred)

– Over 5 years of professional experience in any field (preferred)

– Bachelor’s Degree (required)


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