Randstad University Relations Program Manager in San Bruno, California

University Relations Program Manager

job details:

  • location:San Bruno, CA

  • salary:$60.17 - $66.18 per hour

  • date posted:Tuesday, February 12, 2019

  • job type:Contract

  • industry:Professional, Scientific, and Technical Services

  • reference:670310

job description

University Relations Program Manager

job summary:

  • Develop and maintain strong relationships with both target & regional schools in order to provide access to top students and deepen academic relationships

  • Cultivate, drive, and maintain relationships with university career services, deans, faculty, students, alumni, and professional student organizations

  • Identify strategic events to host at target schools and/or regional locations to source a diverse pool of qualified candidates; partner with Project Specialist to plan events

  • Source qualified talent for open positions at identified campus and/or special events

  • Funnel potential/sourced candidates to Lead Recruiter(s) based on discipline, skill-set, experience, and specific job requirements

  • Strengthen the employment brand among the university students, faculty, and administration, as well as internally with leaders.

  • Travel as required throughout the university recruitment cycle

location: San Bruno, California

job type: Contract

salary: $60.17 - 66.18 per hour

work hours: 9am to 6pm

education: Bachelors

responsibilities:

  • Develop and maintain strong relationships with both target & regional schools in order to provide access to top students and deepen academic relationships

  • Cultivate, drive, and maintain relationships with university career services, deans, faculty, students, alumni, and professional student organizations

  • Identify strategic events to host at target schools and/or regional locations to source a diverse pool of qualified candidates; partner with Project Specialist to plan events

  • Source qualified talent for open positions at identified campus and/or special events

  • Funnel potential/sourced candidates to Lead Recruiter(s) based on discipline, skill-set, experience, and specific job requirements

  • Strengthen the employment brand among the university students, faculty, and administration, as well as internally with leaders.

  • Travel as required throughout the university recruitment cycle

qualifications:

  • Develop and maintain strong relationships with both target & regional schools in order to provide access to top students and deepen academic relationships

  • Cultivate, drive, and maintain relationships with university career services, deans, faculty, students, alumni, and professional student organizations

  • Identify strategic events to host at target schools and/or regional locations to source a diverse pool of qualified candidates; partner with Project Specialist to plan events

  • Source qualified talent for open positions at identified campus and/or special events

  • Funnel potential/sourced candidates to Lead Recruiter(s) based on discipline, skill-set, experience, and specific job requirements

  • Strengthen the employment brand among the university students, faculty, and administration, as well as internally with leaders.

  • Travel as required throughout the university recruitment cycle

skills:

  • Develop and maintain strong relationships with both target & regional schools in order to provide access to top students and deepen academic relationships

  • Cultivate, drive, and maintain relationships with university career services, deans, faculty, students, alumni, and professional student organizations

  • Identify strategic events to host at target schools and/or regional locations to source a diverse pool of qualified candidates; partner with Project Specialist to plan events

  • Source qualified talent for open positions at identified campus and/or special events

  • Funnel potential/sourced candidates to Lead Recruiter(s) based on discipline, skill-set, experience, and specific job requirements

  • Strengthen the employment brand among the university students, faculty, and administration, as well as internally with leaders.

  • Travel as required throughout the university recruitment cycle

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