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  • 04/11/2014 4:04 PM | Gabrielle McColgan (Administrator)
    Essential Functions
    • Represent the College both on and off-campus to prospective students, parents, secondary school counselors and other individuals or organizations involved in the college selection process.
    • Plan and implement recruitment activities for assigned high schools and territories, including 6-8 weeks of travel.
    • Counsel prospective applicants on the admission process and opportunities at Scripps College through information sessions, in-person appointments, phone calls, college fairs, high school visits, and emails. 
    • Review applications submitted by applicants for admission decisions.
    • Contribute to and support the success of various student visit programs designed to recruit prospective students by collaborating with a wide variety of departments and offices across campus.
    • Updates job knowledge by participating in educational opportunities; reading professional publications; maintaining personal networks; participating in professional organizations.

     

    Required Skills

    Individual must possess knowledge, skills and ability to be able to successfully perform the essential functions of the position.

    • Ability to independently perform complex tasks and to prioritize multiple projects;
    • Exceptional verbal and written communication skills including editorial and proofreading skills, strong command of the English language (grammar and spelling);
    • Strong analytical and organizational skills with attention to detail;
    • Ability to foster a collaborative and cooperative work environment;
    • Strong attention to detail in all areas of responsibility;
    • Exercises discretion and good judgment at all times;
    • Willingness to see tasks to completion, sometimes necessitating working longer than normal hours or on weekends;
    • Excellent computer skills with proficiency /expertise in Microsoft Office Suite including applications of Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint, e-mail and internet research;
    • Ability to travel;
    • Understanding of the mission of liberal arts college

     

    Qualifications

    • Education:  Bachelor's degree.
    • Experience:  Some paid or volunteer experience in higher education is preferred.

    Licenses, Registration, and Certifications

    The Admission Counselor must have the ability to safely drive as needed; the candidate’s DMV record must meet the College automobile liability insurance company's requirements.

     

    Classification and Status

    The regular hours for this full-time position are 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday-Friday.

    Hours may vary and include night and weekends based on needs of the College or department. 

     

    This is an exempt position.  This position is an interim position of one year and may be extended upon mutual agreement of the incumbent and the College.

     

     

    To Apply:  Please visit our website at http://www.scrippscollege.edu/about/employment/

  • 04/11/2014 2:16 PM | Gabrielle McColgan (Administrator)
    We currently have an opening for a College Counselor for students in grades 10-12 at St. Ignatius.  The Counselor reports to the Director of Guidance and is responsible for administering all aspects of the college search and admissions process.

    Responsibilities include but not limited to:

    • Responsible for a caseload of approximately 270 students
    • Provide direct college support services for students in individual, small group and classroom settings
    • Educate students and parents about colleges, the college admissions process, trends, procedures, and testing
    • Participate in professional development to become aware of issues and trends in college admission, higher education, testing
    • Visit college campuses to learn about possible fits for students
    • Meet with all college admissions representatives who visit our campus and facilitate meetings between college representatives and our students
    • Participate in after school events, as necessary
    • Use appropriate technology to assist the college counseling program
    • Use skills pertaining to collaboration, leadership and teamwork
    • Support and collaborate with the personal counselor on record
    Minimum Requirements for Counseling Faculty at St. Ignatius:  
    • Bachelor of Arts Degree  
    • Master Degree in Counseling preferred
    • Significant participation in the co-curricular and Campus Ministry aspects of the school
    • Experience with college counseling and/or college admissions       
    • Competitive salary and benefits
     
    To Apply: We have posted a college counseling position on our website
    www.siprep.org under "Jobs at SI" at the bottom of the page. We are
    looking for someone with college counseling and/or college admissions
    experience.
  • 04/11/2014 9:25 AM | Gabrielle McColgan (Administrator)
    Soka University of America (SUA) seeks a Full-Time Manager of Admission Operations. The Manager of Admission Operations is responsible for maintaining the overall admission area operation including; supervising professional staff, ensuring the timely input of application data into the universities data management system (People Soft), handling and processing of application-related documents, prepare reports for statistical analysis and managing communication plans.

    The Manager will work closely with the Director of Enrollment Services to develop a strong admission policy and ensure a seamless experience for applicants as they proceed through the admissions cycle.  This individual will ensure that the Admission Operation team has consistent routines, protocols surrounding daily activities, and will partner heavily with the enrollment service offices regarding reporting needs and admissions workflow processes.

    The Manager will have primary oversight over a unit dedicated to the operational aspects of the admissions application process. The person selected will work closely with the Information Technology department to continue to develop, enhance and build operational efficiencies by translating the admissions unit’s needs into workable solutions. Duties will include, but are not limited to, working with a diverse applicant pool, document storage system, paperless systems, assessing the functionality of the various application systems and data flow.

    The Manager will have discretion over streamlining processes, aligning applicant needs and maintaining third party partnerships. This individual must have excellent interpersonal skills and willingness to work in a fast paced metric driven environment. The Manager must also be open to working a flexible work schedule that includes some seasonal evening and weekend hours.

     Successful Candidates will have: 

    • Bachelor’s degree in a related field required or a Master’s degree in a related field preferred.
    • Minimum of three years experience in the field of admissions operations.
    • Experience managing professional staff highly desirable. 
    • Knowledgeable about best practices within the university admission field.
    • High proficiency in personal computer systems utilizing databases within PeopleSoft, The Common Application, Intelligence, College Net, On Base, word processing, statistics, graphics, spreadsheets, to include MS Word, MS Excel, MS Outlook, Access, and other Microsoft applications.
    • Ability to analyze data and generate both list and statistical analysis reports using queries and Crystal reporting features.
    • Ability to utilize a complex admission record keeping function.
    • Ability to interact well with applicants and parents by phone, email and postal mail.
    • Demonstrated understanding and sensitivity regarding cultural traditions, language barriers, and differential experiences in pre-collegiate academic preparation.
    • Capacity for developing and sustaining effective relationships with administrators, faculty, staff, students, as well as a variety of outside organizations.
    • Ability to receive and carry out direction.
    • Ability to work both independently and on a team.
    • Excellent analytical and problem solving skills.
    • Ability to plan, organize, and communicate effectively in writing and verbally.
    • High ethical and professional standards.

    Salary will be commensurate with qualifications and experience. Review of applications will begin immediately. The position will remain open until filled.  To apply send letter of interest, resume, and three professional references to: 

    Human Resources

    Re: Manager of Admission Operations

    Soka University of America

    1 University Drive,

    Aliso Viejo, CA  92656

    or E-mail: jobs@soka.edu 

     

    Soka University of America is an equal opportunity employer.

  • 04/07/2014 2:50 PM | Gabrielle McColgan (Administrator)
    Marymount California University seeks a Dean of Admission and Financial Aid with a proven record of success achieving new student enrollment and revenue goals, including opening new student markets.  The position reports directly to the president, sits on the President’s Cabinet with the other deans and vice presidents, works closely with relevant committees of the Board, and serves as the University’s strategy and policy leader on all matters related to undergraduate new student enrollment.  This position has ultimate responsibility for leading and managing a comprehensive enrollment program that incorporates best practices in admission and financial aid. 

     

    The ideal candidate will have five or more years’ experience in a hands-on leadership role at an institution with a comprehensive enrollment program that incorporates current best practices in enrollment management including sophisticated direct mail program, territory management, Internet and media communications, telecounseling, financial aid leveraging, and the effective use of enrollment software, preferably Hobson’s EMT Connect.   Successful candidate will also have experience working with a broad spectrum of student populations including traditional, transfer, returning adult, online, extension and international. The successful candidate will be both a mentor and coach to staff, and a teacher of enrollment management to faculty, staff, and Board members.  A high level of collaboration and teamwork and exceptional communication and relationship skills are expected.  A master’s degree or higher is preferred. Title may be negotiable for very qualified candidate.

     

    To Apply:

    The position is available July 1, 2014.  Applications will be screened as received beginning April 7, 2014.  Interested candidates should email a current resume and letter of application, contact information for three professional references and salary history to Karen Thordarson, Director of Human Resources, Marymount California University, 30800 Palos Verdes Drive East, Rancho Palos Verdes, CA  90275.

    Email to careers@marymountcalifornia.edu.

     

    Marymount California University is an equal opportunity educator and employer.

  • 03/31/2014 4:59 PM | Gabrielle McColgan (Administrator)
    The College of Idaho invites applications for a full time Director of Admissions. The Director is a key member of the enrollment management team and leads the effort to recruit qualified students and increase enrollment to meet the enrollment goals of The College of Idaho.  Directly responsible for transfer admissions process; may be asked to maintain additional small geographic recruitment territory.

    Develop and Implement Strategic Marketing and Admissions Plan
    • In collaboration with the Vice President of Enrollment Management, establish strategic enrollment initiatives and recruitment goals; evaluate success of recruitment strategies and activities.
    • Facilitate development, implementation, and assessment of recruitment/enrollment plans and budgets for each of the degree completion programs in coordination with assigned admissions counselor, academic program director, and marketing/communications department.  Manage associated expenditures in support of recruitment initiatives and monitor departmental budget monthly to ensure efficient use of available funds.
    • Provide continuous monitoring of College enrollment efforts and adjust plans and activities as necessary to assure that goals are being met.
    • In collaboration with the Vice President of Enrollment Management, create and implement a mission and vision for the admissions function of the College to maximize enrollment and student experience.  This includes aligning all admissions employees in the overall vision.
    • Collaborate with marketing team and others to develop compelling content for recruitment communications, website, print publications, advertising, etc.

    Manage Admissions Counseling Staff
    • Train, supervisor and evaluate performance of Admissions counseling staff; carry out supervisory responsibilities in accordance with College policies and applicable laws.
    • Manage admissions counseling staff to achieve the objectives of the College’s enrollment management plan through direct coaching, mentoring and motivating.
    • Lead and implement enrollment initiatives, to attract, recruit, and enroll a qualified, talented, and diverse student body in a manner that supports the College’s recruitment, admissions, and retention goals.
    • Oversee the development, implementation, and assessment of recruitment and customer service plans for the admissions office.
    • Develop, manage and oversee geographical territories as assigned to admissions counselors.
    • Actively direct and coordinate functions of the Office of Admissions; oversee campus-wide enrollment activities, including coordinating recruitment efforts with academic departments.  Direct the admissions recruitment travel, direct mail and email activities, and associated College outreach.
    • Establish and implement policies, procedures, and standards for efficient and effective operation of the admission process.  Assures guidelines and procedures are consistent with College mission, goals and applicable regulations, and are responsive to the needs of staff and students.

    Territory Responsibilities
    • Directly responsible for transfer admissions process; serve as primary expert in transfer recruitment and transcript evaluation.
    • May be asked to maintain an additional small geographic territory to share in tasks of cultivation, student application, and prospect development.
    • Interview and evaluate applicants regarding their suitability for admission.  Evaluate transcripts for prerequisite requirements, as applicable.
    • Maintain phone, email, text, mail, social media and other relevant communication with assigned cohort of prospects and applicants through all points of the enrollment process.
    • Be an active member of the overall enrollment and retention efforts of the College by representing the College as an exhibitor at career fairs, professional conferences, and trade shows.  Research new venues and assess effectiveness of attended conferences, shows and fairs.
    • Establish and foster relationships with influencers in business/corporate and educational areas via personal visits and frequent communication to facilitate and/or enhance student recruitment.

    Additional Responsibilities
    • Work closely with Admissions Operations Manager and CRM Systems Administrator to ensure counselor and support staff units receive coordinated and timely information updates on Enrollment Management issues, programs, policies and procedures.
    • Develop plans and strategies for effective working relationships with other college departments including, but not limited to, Student Financial Services, Registrar’s Office, Business Office, Athletics, and Resident’s Life; Ensure other campus departments are aware of overall Enrollment Management processes.
    • Participates in weekly meetings with Vice President of Enrollment Management
    • Facilitates weekly Admissions Counseling staff meetings
    • Participates in committees and meetings that are complementary to or will further the Admissions or Enrollment Management-related goals of the College as assigned.

    Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
    • Demonstrated knowledge of college admissions and enrollment management including knowledge of appropriate admission and registration functions, policies and laws regarding student academic records
    • Demonstrated experience in cultivating diverse prospect populations
    • Thorough knowledge of the statement of Principles of Good Practice as specified by the National Association of College Admissions Counselors (NACAC)
    • Active in the National Association of College Admissions Counselors (NACAC)
    • Strong understanding of financial aid policies and practices, especially in regard to the role and interaction of financial aid, enrollment management, and net tuition revenue, is expected
    • Must demonstrate a high level of customer service, organizational and problem-solving ability.
    • Excellent communication skills, both oral and written, in English
    • Must be self-motivated, willing to work independently
    • Detail oriented while adhering to guidelines, performance standards and policies
    • Must possess a strong work ethic and unquestioned personal integrity
    • Proficient in the use of Microsoft Office suite
    • Qualifications
    • Bachelor’s degree required, Master’s degree preferred
    • Minimum 5 years progressive responsibility in the field of college admissions, preferably on behalf of an institution with a strong residential liberal arts tradition
    • Minimum 2 years in managing admissions personnel and management of enrollment, marketing, or other related admissions activities
    • Expertise in transfer admissions recruitment
    • Commitment to liberal arts education
    • Must possess a current valid driver’s license, be vehicle insurable with a good driving record in accordance with The College of Idaho’s vehicle policy.


    Candidates must be authorized to work in the United States as of the expected hire date and throughout the date of the contract without sponsorship from The College of Idaho.

    To apply please submit a cover letter addressing qualifications for the position, a resume, and the names and contact information of three references, two management and one professional to hr@collegeofidaho.edu. Application review will begin immediately, and will be accepted until suitable candidates are selected.  To learn more about The College of Idaho please visit www.collegeofidaho.edu.


    The College of Idaho is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. We are committed to attracting, retaining, and maximizing the performance of a diverse and inclusive workforce.

  • 03/31/2014 4:54 PM | Gabrielle McColgan (Administrator)
    California State University, Chico invites applications and nominations for the position of Associate Director in the Office of Admissions.  The Office of Admissions serves as a resource at CSU, Chico for information regarding admissions, financial aid, housing, academic curriculum, admission deadlines, and educational policies. The Office of Admissions provides campus tours and pre-admission advising.

     

    Under general direction of the Director of Admissions, the Associate Director will provide strategic leadership, planning, coordination, communications, and evaluation for all aspects of off-campus recruitment, outreach, marketing, and communications contributing to the enrollment of academically qualified and culturally, ethnically, economically, geographically, and socially diverse students, and will assist in the overall management and operation of the Office of Admissions. The Associate Director is a key member of the Office of Admissions management team and will be involved in the creation of admission policies and procedures, management of daily operations, and strategic planning.

     

    The Associate Director will provide primary leadership in the development, administration, and implementation of University recruitment efforts, with special emphasis on the recruitment, admission, and enrollment of a diverse student body. The Associate Director will create, administer, and execute traditional and non-traditional recruitment strategies for the purpose of achieving the University’s recruitment goals.

     

    Review of applications will begin April 21, 2014 and continue until the position is filled.

     

    To submit an application or review the complete and up-to-date job announcement and application requirements: https://jobs.csuchico.edu/postings/2250.


    EOE/M/F/Vet/Disability

     

    To view the University’s security report: http://www.csuchico.edu/up/.

  • 03/27/2014 5:16 PM | Gabrielle McColgan (Administrator)
    The position of Senior Assistant Director, International Admission in Undergraduate Admission has significant leadership responsibilities. The position assists in the development and implementation of the strategic recruitment and admissions plan to enhance UCLA's presence and visibility internationally, and to generate a diverse and talented applicant pool to meet campus enrollment goals. In consultation with the Senior Associate Director, International Admission, this position establishes goals, develops annual and long-term plans for international student recruitment, develops international marketing materials, and significantly contributes to the overall recruitment, enrollment and academic success of international undergraduates. He/She will assist in developing budget proposals and determining other resource requirements necessary for implementing the recruitment plans, developing and managing travel schedule/plans for self and others in order to meet recruitment plans.

    The individual will represent UCLA and Undergraduate Admission to internal and external constituents involved in recruitment and enrollment of international undergraduates to UCLA. This involves counseling and advising of general public by conducting both in-person and virtual recruitment operations for prospective students and their parents, high school and community-college counselors, representatives from other universities, faculty, and administrators on admission-related issues; and participation in various outreach activities such as high school and community college conferences and meetings. The incumbent serves on UC Systemwide taskforces and committees, including development and leadership in operational and policy making system-wide projects. The position actively serves on the UC International Specialists group which updates and develops criteria for the admission of students who present international records. This position involves significant amounts of international and domestic travel.

    Additionally, the incumbent is an expert in the evaluation of complex world-wide international educational systems, implementing and developing effective evaluation methods for assessing the success, value and outcomes of the various components of the international recruitment efforts. The individual must have a good understanding of evaluation of applications for international students and will be a leader in the annual international applications evaluation process. This expertise is acquired through long experience in admissions and additional training and knowledge in the evaluation of credentials from foreign institutions. The position has specific responsibilities for training evaluators in international educational systems.

    Full information concerning the job qualifications are listed on the official UCLA job posting.


    How to Apply:

    Qualified applicants may apply for this position using the UCLA Career Opportunities website. Go to https://hr.mycareer.ucla.edu and search for Requisition 20179
    Alternatively, you may click or copy/paste the following link into your browser’s address bar:  http://hr.mycareer.ucla.edu/applicants/Central?quickFind=63405


    The University of California is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to age, race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, or protected veteran status.
  • 03/27/2014 5:07 PM | Gabrielle McColgan (Administrator)
    Sacred Heart Cathedral Preparatory (SHC) is a Catholic, co-educational college preparatory secondary school located in the heart of San Francisco, California. We provide an academically rigorous and intellectually stimulating experience for each student. The entire community is committed to cultivating each student’s unique talents and passions, and providing rich opportunities for students to discern and realize their individual potential through intellectual, artistic, athletic, social, and spiritual exploration and growth. SHC is a San Francisco Archdiocesan High School that is cosponsored by the De La Salle Christian Brothers of the District of San Francisco and the Daughters of Charity of St. Vincent de Paul of the Province of the West.

     

    POSITION SUMMARY
    SHC
    college advisors will work collaboratively with each other, students, parents, teachers, school counselors and colleges/universities to guide students throughout their four years at SHC in the college research, preparation, application, acceptance and enrollment process. SHC college advisors will work throughout the calendar year and report directly to the Director of Counseling and Advising (DCA).

     

    MAJOR AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITY (INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO)

    Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

    • Modeling for students and the entire SHC community the ideals of a Catholic, Lasallian Vincentian educator

    College Advising, including:

    • Meeting individually with juniors (beginning in the spring semester) and seniors at least once each semester as they begin and progress through the college application process and documenting all contacts in the SIS including type of contact and brief summary of content of session
    • Planning college tours for juniors
    • Offering college research, planning and application workshops/seminars to groups of students and families at times most convenient to them, including evening, weekends, and summer months
    • Hold individual meetings with parents and students at times most convenient for them, including evenings, weekends, and summer months
    • Provide counseling and advising to students, parents, and summer school administration during SHC summer school
    • Writing letters of recommendation for college admissions and scholarships, preparing and sending Secondary School Reports to colleges, universities and scholarship sources, and mid- year reports as necessary or requested
    • Making sure students have documented in Naviance colleges/universities to which they have applied and were admitted and the college/university they will attend.
    • Celebrating senior college admissions to the entire community
    • Preparing reports related to college application, admission and matriculation [Naviance] and reports of SHC student enrollment in, progress through, and graduation from colleges/universities to which they matriculated [National Student Clearinghouse] for administration and DCA
    • Making students aware of scholarships and grant funding opportunities; tracking and reporting overall amounts of scholarships/grants SHC seniors are offered/receive from colleges and universities
    • Provide documentation to financial aid administrators for Dependency Override on the FAFSA

     

    Standardized Testing & Naviance Coordination:

    • Informing students of resources available for preparing to take college admissions exams:
    • On-site contracted instruction
    • Off-campus instruction
    • Prep Me® through Naviance
    • Arranging for on-site contracted SAT/ACT preparation courses
    • Advising students in the college preparation curriculum and college application/financial aid process
    • Coordinating and overseeing visits from college admission representatives
    • Ensuring student, parent, counselor and teacher Naviance accounts are activated
    • Educating students and parents in the use of Naviance Family Connection for making informed decisions about their college options [comparing colleges and universities, exploring scholarship opportunities, tracking college applications, and accessing a variety of other college research materials]
    • Instructing teachers in the use of Naviance Teacher’s Desk as an invaluable tool for writing and submitting teacher recommendations to post-secondary institutions to which SHC students apply
    • Working with the IT department to ensure that Naviance remains updated with the Student Information System (SIS; PowerSchool) and linked to the National Student Clearinghouse
    • Keeping Naviance Subscription (with National Student Clearinghouse) up-to-date
    • Collaborating with counselors in effective use of Naviance during 9-11 grade
    • summer months
    • Coordinating with DCA the school-wide administration of ASPIRE, PSAT, Quality Core, and AP testing
    • Working collaboratively with the DCA in preparing reports and analyses for the administration of standardized test score results (e.g. College Board and ACT exams).

     

    Building  Relations:

    • Following-up with alumni through survey and standardized interviews to prepare reports of feedback related to SHC preparation for college success. Provide information useful for improvement as well as for promotion (Office of Communications and Admissions)
    • Taking college admissions workshops, particularly those presented by UC, CSU, ACT, the College Board, and utilizing other means to acquire necessary information to advise students relative to grade level regarding the college admissions process
    • Building strong relationships with admissions officers through membership in and attendance at WACAC & NACAC meetings to promote SHC and our students
    • Meeting directly with college admissions officers throughout the country to establish rapport, and arranging/facilitating meetings between the administrative team and Directors/Deans of Admission at selective and highly selective universities. Utilize the summer months for much of this work so as to be most present to SHC students during the academic year
    • Attending and participating in Counseling Department meetings and workshops
    • Updating school counselors about the college admissions process and the choice of courses while in high school
    • In collaboration with colleagues, prepare, track, and report on annual college advising budget for the DCA
    • Perform other duties as required

     

    Supervisory Responsibilities:

    • None

     

    QUALIFICATIONS & SKILLS

    • Experience with college advising, admissions, and financial aid processes at the secondary and/or collegiate level.
    • Masters Degree or higher preferred
    • Proficient with accessing, analyzing, and communicating complex information and data to a variety of audiences, including students, parents, administration, and sponsoring organizations.
    • Effective verbal and written communication skills; pleasant, warm demeanor
    • Must show a high level of initiative and follow through with the ability to work independently
    • Strong organizational and project management
    • Detail-oriented, flexible, strong work ethic
    • Demonstrated ability to collaborate in a diverse, inclusive work environment
    • Proficiency in computer applications, including knowledge of Microsoft Office products, Google Applications, databases and social media
    • Candidate will also be committed to ongoing education and professional growth.

     

    The statements herein describe the general nature and level of work being performed by employees assigned to this position and should not be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and, skills required of personnel so assigned.

     

    CERTIFICATIONS AND/OR LICENSURE
    None

     

    EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE
    Minimum five (5) years of counseling experience with Bachelor’s Degree; Master’s Degree Preferred and/or an equivalent combination of training and experience

     

    PHYSICAL DEMANDS
    The physical demands described here represent those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential job functions. Reasonable accommodations may be made for individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

    While performing the duties of this Job, the employee is regularly required to sit; use hands and fingers to handle or feel as well as talk and hear. The employee is frequently required to reach with hands and arms. The employee is required to stand and walk. The employee may lift and/or move up to 25 pounds.

     

    WORK  ENVIRONMENT
    The work environment characteristics described here represent those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made for individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

     

    TO APPLY
    Kindly submit a letter of interest and current resume to: Ms. Carol Collins, Administrative Associate email: ccollins@shcp.edu or mail: 1055 Ellis Street, San Francisco, CA 94109

     

    ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
    Application Deadline: Until position is filled.

     

    SHC is an Equal Opportunity Employer

  • 03/27/2014 5:01 PM | Gabrielle McColgan (Administrator)
    The Executive Director for Admissions will design and lead the Admissions functions including Undergraduate and Graduate Admissions, Enrollment Planning and Matriculation, Regulatory Compliance, Appeals and Petitions and Imaging.  The Executive Director will collaborate with the Vice President on the vision, direction, strategy and implementation of all Admissions activities to ensure optimal business integration and efficient student services designed to enhance the student experience and maximize student retention. 


    The Executive Director will ensure that Admissions functions are operating optimally; in this capacity, the Executive Director will lead, direct, develop and mentor a team of management, administrative and technical staff.


    Additional responsibilities include: expediting and ensuring accuracy of the application, evaluation and notification processes; engaging in strategic planning and developing new initiatives to strengthen admissions programs; analyzing work-flow and creating improvements; interpreting, communicating and monitoring legislative and regulatory changes; understanding and designing technological improvements to enhance business and information processes; adjudicating complex applicant and student appeals and petitions; serving on university and system-wide committees.


    How To Apply

    In addition to the standard CSUEB application, please submit a letter of application, resume, and a list of references that have been in a position to evaluate your professional work. Resumes will not be accepted in lieu of a completed application.

     

    To apply on-line, please go to www.csueastbay.edu/jobs. If you are a first time user, you must register, create a user ID and password, fill in your basic information, save and click on the position you are interested in, click on the "Apply Now" button to begin the online application.

     

    This position will remain open until filled and may close without further notice.

  • 03/27/2014 4:51 PM | Gabrielle McColgan (Administrator)
    The University of Oregon invites applications for the position of Associate Director for Recruitment and Outreach (ADRO) in the Office of Admissions.  Reporting to the Director of Admissions, this position is responsible for leading the work of recruitment, outreach, and file review of prospective freshmen and transfers, and is a vital member of the recruitment leadership team.  The ADRO will lead the recruitment and outreach work of the Office of Admissions, and will be highly collaborative across the OEM division, and the University of Oregon campus. Within the office, key relationships include the Senior Associate Director for Operations and the Assistant Director for Budget and Administration, as well as managing a highly engaged team of recruitment staff. Beyond Admissions, the ADRO will connect frequently with partner colleagues within the Office of Enrollment Management, as well as collaborating with numerous UO colleges, schools, and program offices in the service of reaching university goals.

    Required Qualifications:

    • Master’s degree from a regionally accredited college or university;
    • Seven years of professional experience in enrollment management or student affairs at a regionally accredited institution. At least five of those years must be work in admissions;
    • Demonstrated ability to successfully communicate and work effectively with individuals from diverse backgrounds and cultures;
    • Demonstrated excellence in oral and written communication skills;
    • Valid driver’s license and good driving record that is UO certifiable;
    • Must successfully complete a criminal records background check.

     

    Preferred Qualifications:

    • A Master’s degree in higher education administration or a related field;
    • A strong understanding of the high school recruitment landscape, demographic trends, and pressing issues in the national and international admissions dialogue;
    • High capability in use of CRM tools (Talisma or other products), and success in training staff on its use;
    • High capability in use of analytical data such as College Board or ACT tools, or other similar software;
    • Demonstrated success in hiring, developing and retaining staff;
    • Experience in a comprehensive, public, residential Research-classification institution, or other AAU institution;
    • Demonstrated leadership skill, ability to work independently and collaboratively in an environment requiring a high level of discretion;
    • Strong organizational skills including the ability to set priorities and demonstrate initiative.

     

    Additional Information: Please go to http://jobs.uoregon.edu/unclassified.php?id=4614

     

    To Apply: Please send a cover letter, resume and names of three references in PDF format to Sue Russell, susanr@uoregon.edu.

     

    Review Date: To ensure consideration, please submit application materials by April 18, 2014. The position will remain open until filled.

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