HOURS/WEEK: Up to approximately 10-15 hours per week (remote other than attending in-person career events during the academic year as needed) during Summer/Fall/Spring.


  • Post jobs/internships onto Job Board– input jobs/internships onto the MHA or urban planning/policy/informatics job boards. These opportunities may be sent by career professional for posting or may entail researching/scanning various outside sources to find opportunities, including the weekly Career Corner job/internship list. For the urban planning/policy/informatics board, this will also entail reviewing and approving jobs in the holding bin within 24-48 hours.
  • Assist with weekly e-blasts/newsletters. This entails gathering job/internships posted onto job board as well as outside opportunities and highlighting them on newsletter; research/gather resources (articles, tools, trainings); and keeping track of and including events (Bloustein and external) to include in each newsletter.
  • Support marketing of career events. Post events onto online Bloustein Event Advertising Request Form as needed; create/update flyers and images using Canva; print out and post flyers onto Bloustein bulletin boards (Student Lounge, Stairwell); Create blurbs/speaker bios to advertise events; share events in classes/to faculty as well as to student organizations. Act as liaison with these organizations to ensure they post events onto their social media.
  • Update Alumni data in CRM: Salesforce. This includes updating records with employment data, address, and other personal information which will come from alumni information update forms and researching LinkedIn. Ensure that recent graduates’ data and correct program codes is updated on an annual basis once newly uploaded into the system. An understanding of report writing is also helpful.
  • Update Canvas page as requested – includes making sure links are updated; resources are updated.
  • Act as liaison between Andrea/Cheryl and student groups to keep abreast of requests/needs of students
  • Directly manage, support and attend at least one signature event each semester. e.g. Support a career fair or other in person or virtual event (possibly connected to students’ interest area) by identifying/inviting alumni/employers to event, handling marketing and event set up (virtual or in person). Student may also be called upon to act as a moderator/interviewer of panelists either in person or virtually using Zoom.
  • Attend and support virtual and in person events as needed. Create write-ups to submit to Director of Communications for website.


  • Oral/Written Communications: Articulates thoughts and ideas clearly, succinctly and effectively in written and oral forms to persons. The individual has can write/edit marketing brochures, email, website content and e-newsletters clearly and effectively.
  • Strong Attention to Detail.
  • Self-starter with ability to work autonomously
  • Ability to communicate needs and updates with Cheryl/Andrea
  • Teamwork/Collaboration


  • A currently enrolled Bloustein graduate student.
  • Exceptional oral and written communication skills
  • Strong project and time management skills
  • Strong organizational skills, attention to detail and ability to manage multiple deadlines
  • Self-starter with an ability to work independently or in a team
  • Strong computer skills: particularly Microsoft Office, Excel, Canva, Canvas and other creative software to design marketing brochures.


-Familiarity/Knowledge of Salesforce, WordPress, Mailchimp; Photoshop, Canva, Adobe Creative Suite

All student positions are limited to one academic year with potential opportunity for summer employment between academic semesters (possible one-year renewal) and may be terminated at any time by either party.


Please send a resume and email of interest to rsvp@ejb.rutgers.edu by Friday, June 28.

To apply for this job email your details to rsvp@ejb.rutgers.edu