Duties & Responsibilities • Oversee all aspects of alumni career services for Harvard Law School alumni who are interested in public sector opportunities. • Counsel alumni; plan, develop and implement comprehensive career programs, workshops and alumni tailored initiatives; develop all related online and print communications. • The OPIA Alumni Advisor will work closely and coordinate with the Office of Career Services Alumni Advisor. • Advise numerous alumni about seeking and landing public sector positions. • Edit application materials such as resumes and cover letters. • Develop expertise in multiple public service practice setting
Additional Information: This is a 15 hour/week position. The work schedule is to be determined. All offers to be made by HLS Human Resources. To learn more and to apply, please visit: http://bit.ly/2slgitR
Basic Qualifications • JD and a minimum of 3 years of post-law school legal experience in the public sector (nonprofits, government or private public interest firms). • Experience advising law students and lawyers absolutely required – preferably in a career services office. Facility for networking, public speaking and technology a must. Additional Qualifications • A mixture of private sector (big law) and public service experience desirable. Familiarity with career assessment tools also desirable. Event planning experience highly desirable. • Knowledge of the public sector job market and willingness to develop expertise in a wide range of fields and application procedures. • Ability to work independently and as part of a team, willingness to pitch in as needed, willingness to travel at least twice a year and to participate in occasional evening events.
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