Trinity Business School requires a proactive, enthusiastic and experienced individual to join
our Career Development and Alumni Team. The team is responsible for helping students and
alumni get jobs; growing employer engagement; developing alumni engagement; providing
career advice, guidance and information to current postgraduate students and alumni and
undergraduate students completing credit bearing internships.
Standard Duties and Responsibilities of the Post
Develop new and existing relationships with employers, recruitment consultancies,
executive search firms, and other relevant organisations with the purpose of
promoting Trinity Business School postgraduate students and alumni and increasing
internship opportunities available to undergraduate credit-bearing modules.
Design and oversee the delivery of workshops that provide employability skills
including job search strategies, self-marketing, career guidance, and networking.
Advise postgraduate business students and alumni individually (face to face, online,
etc.) about their career choices, often through helping them to understand the range
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of opportunities available to them and how to relate their own skills, interests and
values to these opportunities.
Support undergraduate students participating in the School’s credit bearing internship
programme and ensure relevant documentation is in place.
Gather relevant data and produce statistics (including First Destination Statistics) that
highlight success in job placement of business postgraduate students and alumni,
which can be used in national and international employability and employer
engagement league tables and rankings such as CEO Magazine, Eduniversal, The
Financial Times, The Economist, and QS.
Represent Trinity Business School professionally including participation at
postgraduate student recruitment events.
Research/prepare/update/edit career information and labour market intelligence
materials – blogs, articles, web pages, newsletters, booklets etc.
Work with the School’s Alumni & Corporate Relations Manager, Programme Directors
and other members of staff in the delivery of the School’s postgraduate business
alumni engagement strategy.
Participate in professional bodies (e.g. AHECS and AGCAS).
Take responsibility for own professional development by reading widely to ensure up
to date knowledge of career trends, graduate labour market, professional, legislative
and ethical frameworks.