Student Career Services Associate I, Statistics and Data Science

Cornell NYC Tech

United States

February 5, 2022

Description

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The Ann S. Bowers Computing and Information Science (CIS) is a college-level unit with the mission of integrating computing and information science—its ideas, technology, and modes of thought—into every academic field. Working with seven colleges and four professional schools, CIS brings its Computer Science, Information Science and Statistical Science faculty together with faculty throughout the university.

Statistical thinking and quantitative reasoning has become pervasive in our culture, dramatically changing the way people view the world. The Department of Statistics and Data Science (SDS) programs prepare students for careers in statistics in a wide variety of fields. Specializations within SDS range from mathematical statistics, computational statistics, and machine learning to the development of statistical methods for astrophysics, ecology, economics, epidemiology, financial modeling, genomics, high dimensional data, neurobiology, legal studies, medicine, public health and risk management.

Serving as a member of the MPS Applied Statistics team, will develop and implement all aspects of Career Services offerings for graduate-level students. Advise and counsel students and conduct career/recruiting oriented workshops and a career professional development class; Develop employer relations and assist with employer marketing publicity campaigns; Compile and report relevant statistics; Interact frequently with alumni, corporate representatives, faculty and staff. Maintain a working relationship with the College of Engineering and Cornell Career Services offices.

Required Qualifications:

Bachelor's degree required. 2-3 years experience, with demonstrated ability to successfully work with and develop programs for a diverse group of clients. Prior success developing career services and advising to facilitate organizational objectives. Proficiency with data collection and reporting using relevant software (MS Excel, Word,or other proprietary database software). Prior experience in college student services, human resources, marketing, career services or a related area. Strong administrative, counseling, organization, and communication skills are a must.

Preferred Qualifications:

Master's degree in counseling, student personnel services, education, , or a related field preferred. Some familiarity with statistics and related professions is a plus.

Visa sponsorship are not available with this position.

For full consideration please upload your cover letter and resume.

University Job Title:

Student Career Services Associate II

Job Family:

Student Services

Level:

F

Pay Rate Type:

Salary

Company:

Contract College

Contact Name:

Renee Lobdell

Number of Openings:

1

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