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Training and Development/ Marketing Internship

Date Posted: Mar. 26, 2014
Position Start Date: Apr. 7, 2014
Apply by: Apr. 7, 2014
Campus location Loyola Hall
Department contact person Christina Enquist, Ed.D.
Title Director, Center for Professional Development
Department Loyola Hall
Phone 4085511981
E-mail cenquist@scu.edu
Student job title Training and Development/ Marketing Internship
Work Study Required? no
Hourly Wage $10 - $14 (depending on education/experience)
Days of Week Monday through Friday, some Saturdays
Hours of day
Shift Duration Up to 20 hrs/wk with a minimum commitment of 12-15
How to apply
  • E-mail resume
  • Other: Email cover letter
  • Department description The Center for Professional Development (CPD) currently has 7 branches through which professionals and community members are served. The 7 branches are consistent with the population that is served and consist of Mental Health, Education, Parent Education, English Development, Business, CPR/Health Education and Academic/Career/Life Development. The courses offered through these branches receive continuing education hours, and continuing education units, however, some courses provide no units. Our portfolio of programs is growing and the person in this position will make an impact on our growth by supporting the development and expansion of all branches. This position will provide several networking opportunities with individuals in the fields related to the branches indicated above. In addition, this position will provide professional development opportunities by enabling the intern to participate in courses offered through the Center for Professional Development at no cost.
    Qualifications Qualifications: ?Junior/Senior (with proven track record) or Masters level students studying Management, Education, Counseling Psychology, Communication, or Economics. ?Self-starter; ability to thrive independently as well as take direction. ?Flexibility and ability to manage multiple tasks/competing priorities in a fast paced and enterprising environment. ?Creative and thorough problem solver; ability to think critically and anticipate both program growth opportunities and challenges. ?Superb organizational skills; ability to think and plan strategically to meet deadlines and objectives. ?Refined relationship development and management skills; ability to communicate with faculty, independent contractors, customers and faculty/administrators in the School of Education and Counseling Psychology in a friendly, diplomatic and tactful manner. ?Must have strong customer service oriented focus and research skills. ?Working knowledge of computers, databases, spreadsheets, and internet technologies are required. ?Experience in project/program development, coordination and execution. ?Organized, responsible, dependable, and detail oriented ?Interest in professional/career development, executive education, corporate training, event coordination, or project management.
    Duties and responsibilities TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT ?In collaboration with the Director, Center for Professional Development, research/learn professional education requirements for professionals in each of the branches, and e-learning and blended learning markets. ?Help coordinate the development, planning and execution of Center programs. ?Provide logistical event/on-campus program support including coordination of participant and instructor communication, issuing of refunds, catering, processing cancellations, classroom reservation and set-up, order and/or prepare course materials and supplies. ?Maintain accurate course records in Learning Management System ?Maintain course records ?Train student assistants MARKETING: ?Plan and coordinate events in collaboration with Director, Center for Professional Development and Dean, Marketing and Enrollment ?Maintain e-mail and print mail lists ?Send e-newsletters to e-mail lists ?Prepare marketing material for mailing PROJECT MANAGEMENT: ?Manage projects as assigned and meet deadlines ?Projects may include, but not limited to: Learning Management System launch, Fall/Winter Marketing Campaign, Audit of courses and data

    Santa Clara University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer, committed to excellence through diversity, and, in this spirit, particularly welcomes applications from women, persons of color, and members of historically underrepresented groups. The University will provide reasonable accommodations to all qualified individuals with a disability.

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