Search for Graduate Career Consultant

Sunrise Nd Cashore

The Meruelo Family Center for Career Development (CCD) office of Graduate Career Services seeks a dynamic individual with relationship building and analytical skills to guide graduate students within the College of Arts & Letters on their career development journey.

About the Position

This Graduate Career Consultant will advise and consult with graduate students from the College of Arts & Letters on all aspects of the career development process (assessing, investigating, building, preparing, implementing, and connecting). The consultant will manage a portfolio of services targeted at programs to meet the career and professional development needs of the different disciplines within the college. Consulting goals are accomplished through large lectures, hands-on workshops, special events, training programs, and one-on-one and small group career coaching sessions. Consultants engage with relevant constituents, including Directors of Graduate Studies, graduate student clubs, alumni, faculty and campus partners to cultivate student interest and preparedness.
A successful consultant will have an appreciation for working with Master’s and Ph.D. students through their graduate life cycle and intricacies of academic recruiting including understanding of higher education issues and the unique career needs of graduate students.
We seek a professional with an understanding of the masters and doctoral student populations, advanced communication skills, experience providing quality presentations and workshops, and proven ability to organize and manage multiple priorities.

The right candidate for this graduate career consultant role will have a deep understanding of the career development process, be familiar with career paths related to the humanities and social sciences, and be a self-starter with a drive to help others.

About the Meruelo Family Center for Career Development

Application Instructions

  • Interested candidates must submit an application online on Notre Dame's centralized website
  • The application deadline is Wednesday, June 9, 2021. A review of applications will begin immediately.
  • A cover letter and resume are required.  


The Meruelo Family Center for Career Development staff is committed to advancing a culture of diversity and inclusion. Referrals for candidates can be directed to our search committee by e-mailing


Questions can be directed to the search committee by e-mailing