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  • Develop and maintain relationships with potential employers to identify job opportunities for students.
  • Coordinate with faculty and staff to understand the skills and competencies required by the industry and align training programs accordingly.
  • Organize and conduct career development workshops, seminars, and training sessions to enhance students’ job-seeking skills, interview techniques, and resume writing.
  • Assist students in identifying their career goals and creating individualized career development plans.
  • Provide one-on-one career counseling to students, helping them explore career options, clarify their career aspirations, and develop action plans.
  • Collaborate with academic departments to incorporate industry-specific training modules into the curriculum.
  • Maintain an updated database of student profiles, including their skills, qualifications, and placement preferences.
  • Liaise with alumni to leverage their professional networks and create job opportunities for current students.
  • Organize and oversee campus recruitment drives, including job fairs, on-campus interviews, and networking events.
  • Monitor and track the placement status of students, maintaining accurate records of their employment outcomes.
  • Stay abreast of industry trends, labor market demands, and emerging career opportunities.
  • Prepare reports and presentations on student employability, placement statistics, and career development initiatives for management and stakeholders.

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