The University of San Francisco School of Law Seeks An Assistant Director

The University of San Francisco School of Law has an immediate opening for an Assistant Director. The Assistant Director reports directly to the Senior Director and works closely with the staff of the Office of Career Planning (OCP) to provide career counseling services and coordinate programming for over 700 law students and 9,000 alumni.


Counsel current law students and alumni regarding career options, professional development, networking, job search strategies, and interviewing skills.  Develop and implement career-related presentations, workshops, and programs.  Develop, edit, and update career resources.  Represent OCP at conferences, meetings, and events associated with NALP, the Bay Area Legal Recruitment Association (BALRA), the Northern California Consortium of Law Career Services, and other legal, educational, and career-related organizations.

Assist in the development of marketing and promotional strategies to enhance the reputation of theSchool of Law and increase the recruitment of USF students.  Serve as the primary contact for the post-graduate judicial clerkship application process.  Provide support and leadership for public interest related programs.  Assist with the development and implementation of policies and short and long-range planning for OCP.


Extensive knowledge of career-related issues particular to the practice of law. Preference given to those candidates with previous career counseling experience and experience administering and interpreting self-assessment instruments including the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI).Excellent grammar, writing and editing skills sufficient to effectively proof application materials and draft correspondence and resource materials. Excellent presentation and verbal skills sufficient to effectively articulate concepts in counseling sessions and presentations.  Experience with Microsoft Office and online databases like Symplicity and Banner. Candidates with established private and public sector contacts preferred.

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