Job Requisition Number: 23784. Berkeley Law is one of 14 schools and colleges at the University of California, Berkeley. It is consistently ranked as one of the top law schools in the nation. The law school has produced leaders in law, government, and society, including Chief Justice of the United States Earl Warren, Secretary of State of the United States Dean Rusk, Attorney General of the United States Edwin Meese, United States Secretary of the Treasury and Chairman of the Federal Reserve G. William Miller, and former Solicitor General of the United States Theodore Olson.
At Berkeley Law, we are committed to excellence in education and scholarship, as well as equality of opportunity. We believe we have a responsibility to use our substantial intellectual capital to help solve real-world problems and to create a more just society through clinics, research, and policy engagement. We believe that a Berkeley Law degree is a tool for change, both locally and globally, and that we should be educating the leaders of tomorrow. We maintain an environment that nurtures academic and personal growth, respects a diversity of ideas, and stimulates independent thought and critical reasoning.
The Employer Relations and Recruitment Programs Manager (Manager) serves as the primary liaison between legal employers and the J.D. students they may be interested in hiring.
The Manager creates opportunities for employers to make contact with and recruit our students and advises employers on ways to most effectively convey their marketing messages to students. These efforts assist employers to develop their long-range outreach strategies and maximize their recruiting potential.
The Manager also markets the unique talents and skills of our students to potential employers. He/she is a strategic thinker who continually develops innovative and effective ways of reaching out to, and engaging, potential employers and cultivating new mutually beneficial relationships.
The Manager utilizes his/her knowledge of legal employer as well as student needs, priorities and interests to develop and implement highly customized programs, events, and services, including on-and-off campus interviewing, that creates, enhances, and sustain relationships between Berkeley Law and its external legal employer constituents.
The Manager maintains the database that houses employer (and student employment) data and job opportunities, and that schedules job interviews as part of our recruitment programs. The Manager oversees the generation of employment outcome reports from the database. The Manager also proposes data system improvements and coordinates their implementation.
Finally, the Manager oversees the administrative operations of the Career Development Office, which includes supervising our resources specialist and our student assistants on data entry and other office tasks (ordering supplies, coordinating front desk and phone coverage, booking student appointments, and processing reciprocity requests).•Thorough knowledge of basic concepts, principles, and procedures of building and maintaining effective relations with internal and external constituencies. •Knowledge of Berkeley Law, its mission, goals, objectives, programs, achievements, infrastructure and issues of concern. •Advanced knowledge of the legal jobs market and legal employer recruiting needs and interests •Knowledge of law student employment interests/needs •Thorough written, verbal and interpersonal communications, tact and political acumen to effectively represent Berkeley Law to representatives of employers and potential legal employers. •Thorough research, analytical and critical thinking skills, including sound judgment and decision-making skills and skill to correctly identify real and potential problems, advising management as required, and proposing effective strategic resolutions. •Skill in project management, including event planning and meeting deadlines. •Creative, entrepreneurial, forward-looking, and energetic approach that can identify and pursue new potential programs and innovative ways to present and deliver their content. •Excellent computer skills and the ability to quickly adapt to new software programs and on-line resources. •Bachelors degree in related area and/or equivalent experience/training
The University of California was chartered in 1868 and its flagship campus - envisioned as a "City of Learning" - was established at Berkeley, on San Francisco Bay. Today the world's premier public university and a wellspring of innovation, UC Berkeley occupies a 1,232 acre campus with a sylvan 178-acre central core. From this home its academic community makes key contributions to the economic and social well-being of the Bay Area, California, and the nation.