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Career Advisor and Employer Relations Coordinator
University of New Brunswick

Reporting to the Director, CDEC, the Career Advisor and Employer Relations Coordinator (CAERC) works to develop and maintain partnerships with employers to assist them with recruiting activities and strategically increase employers' presence on campus. Additionally, the CAERC provides career advising and career exploration guidance and coaching to students through individual appointments, presentations, and workshops, both in-person and virtually,Reporting to the Director, CDEC, the Career Advisor and Employer Relations Coordinator (CAERC) works to develop and maintain partnerships with employers to assist them with recruiting activities and strategically increase employers' presence on campus. Additionally, the CAERC provides career advising and career exploration guidance and coaching to students through individual appointments, presentations, and workshops, both in-person and virtually.

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Manager of Student Accessibility
Saint Thomas University

Reporting to the Director of Student Services and Residence Life, the Manager of Student Accessibility provides information to assist students with special needs in their transition and adjustment to the University and coordinates resources to ensure the retention and academic success of students with special needs. This comes thorough service provision in the Student Accessibility Office, working with faculty members on individual and group basis, and providing advice, guidance, and advocacy towards universal design for learning. The Manager also works closely on campus with the Office of the Registrar and Facilities Management in order to support students and ensure a more accessible campus. The Manager supervises the Student Accessibility Advisor and student office assistant(s).

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Career Counsellor
Saint Mary's University

Under the direction and supervision of the Manager, Career Services & Employer Engagement, Career & Experiential Learning, the Career Counsellor provides individual and group career counselling to prospective, current, and graduating students and alumni at the University. Career Counselling, a specialty of counselling, utilizes a complex mix of counselling tools and techniques to facilitate students’ self-growth and self-understanding as they make decisions throughout university and post-graduation. The Career Counsellor guides current undergraduate and graduate students from all faculties (Arts, Science and Sobey School of Business) throughout their academic career and three years’ post-graduation in making informed decisions around program and major selection, in identifying career goals, and in developing plans for achieving those goals. They also conduct and interpret various career assessments as part of the career counselling process. The Career Counsellor provides on-going confidential support to current students and recent graduates, helping them to navigate any career-related issues or barriers that may arise.

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C/O Adam Daniels
Saint Mary's University
Halifax, NS
B3H 3C3

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