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Scheduling recruiting events at MBA
(masters of business
administration) colleges for the Consumer national recruiting program.
Point of contact for career centers
and student and diversity organizations at assigned colleges and
Develop expertise on recruiting at
assigned colleges including knowledge of various university programs,
activities, important dates, conferences, college procedures, etc.
Gathers intelligence on other
employers recruiting on campus and develop strategies on competing
effectively for the top graduates.
Plans, organizes and executes all
major recruiting events including presentations, receptions, club
events and interviews.
Submits candidate's names, interviews
and extends job offers.
Provides marketing team with
information for advertising and makes final decision regarding
Tracks and reports final recruiting
Qualifications: A bachelor's
degree in business, management, marketing, human resources or a related
field. Candidates should have 2-3 years of previous MBA recruiting
experience. The successful candidate should be organized and have
the ability to creatively solve problems. Strong
skills and have experience coordinating events from 30 to 200 attendees
are required. Must have excellent oral and written communication
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