Sunday, May 22, 2016

AU SIS career advisor positions (international studies)

American University’s School of International Service is recruiting for three (3) Career Advisors to join our career development team! The Career Advisors will work with undergraduate students, graduate students, and alumni.

The School of International Service (SIS) offers a comprehensive set of career tools and resources to help students and alumni set and achieve professional goals. Our career development team supports students and alumni through all stages of career development, from exploring careers and developing resumes to networking with professionals and prepping for interviews at top employers in the field of international relations. We support SIS students and alumni through all stages of career development. This is a great opportunity for someone with a background (academic or employment) in international relations who is customer focused and has a passion for helping others identify and pursue their career goals.

Please click the following hyperlinks for more information on each position and to apply, or visit jobs.american.edu for a full list of American University’s current openings.

Career Advisor (6726) – supporting graduate students and alumni

Career Advisor (12998) – supporting undergraduate students and alumni

Career Advisor (12999) – supporting alumni

We offer a competitive benefits package including a 2:1 matching retirement plan, tuition benefits for full-time staff and their families, 5 leadership development certificates, and have been recognized by the American Heart Association as a fit-friendly worksite. For more information regarding our benefits and life at AU please visit http://www.american.edu/hr/Benefits.cfm.

Have questions? Contact American University’s Office of Human Resources at 202-885-3563 or email TheWorkLine@american.edu. Thank you,


David Fletcher
Director of Career Development
School of International Service
SIS Atrium - Room 101
202.885.1811 (Direct Line)
fletcher@american.edu
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