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Herron School of Art and Design Seeks Associate Director of Student Services and Career Development

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Herron School of Art and Design Seeks Associate Director of Student Services and Career Development

   

Herron School of Art and Design provides professional education in the visual arts for degree-seeking students and offers opportunities for creative exploration for the broader community. Herron’s programs add value to our culture and economy, enhance the quality of lives of those they serve and contribute to the development of society.

Herron prepares its graduates to become leaders in a world that requires a unique combination of creativity, conceptual skills and technical abilities. Through its distinctive academic programs, unique community collaborations and faculty research and creative activity, Herron continues to expand its role as a leader in the visual arts for the State of Indiana, across the country and throughout the world.

The school currently enrolls 800 degree-seeking students and nearly 1,200 non-art majors and community members, including nearly 500 youth. A second facility, the Eskenazi Fine Arts Center, located at 1410 Indiana Avenue, houses the school’s sculpture and ceramics programs, graduate studios and gallery space.

The Associate Director of Student Services and Career Development provides operational oversight over the Office of Admissions and Student Services in collaboration with the Assistant Dean of Admissions and Student Affairs. The
Associate Director is responsible for ongoing training and direct management of professional and student staff, leading the development and implementation of student services efforts within this area. The Associate Director oversees Herron’s Career Services, including advising students, coordinating internships with program faculty, and collaborating with the leadership of the Basile Center for Art, Design, and Public Life in initiatives for career development and professional practice.

Duties and responsibilites include, but are not limited to:

Career Advising
Administration and programming
Employee relations and internships
Alumni Relations
Profesisonal involvement
Data management

For full job description and to apply, visit https://iujobs.peopleadmin.com/postings/39989

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