Assistant Director of Admissions, The Graduate School
|Job Title:||Assistant Director of Admissions, The Graduate School|
|Departments:||The Graduate School|
|Reports To:||Director of Admissions, The Graduate School|
Responsible for supporting all phases of the University recruiting and admission process for graduate programs.
- Oversees recruiting initiatives, assuring that tasks are performed satisfactorily. Is an integral contributor to the strategic plans and initiatives relating to admissions and recruitment.
- Develops the strategic recruitment plan each year and is responsible for the daily implementation of the plan by Admissions Coordinators and other Admissions staff members.
- Provides feedback to the Director regarding recruitment strategy, specifically in regards to the student search, application and financial aid processes.
- Oversees all admissions events and the student-driven recruitment efforts.
- Manages the communication flow with prospective students, including all mass emails, printed publications and calling campaigns to recruit students.
- Creates and distributes various enrollment reports. These reports include, but are not limited to: Enrollment Funnels, Scholarship Lists, prospective graduate reports, non-enrollee report etc.
- Serves as the office liaison to the Information Systems Office.
- Responsible for oversight and effective utilization of department software.
- Admission Coordinators, in absence of Director
- Student Workers
A four-year college or university degree (Bachelor’s Degree) is required, Master’s Degree preferred. 2-3 years of prior experience in recruitment and admissions are preferred. Experience with Banner, Argos and/or other educational software preferred.
KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS:
- Good organizational and time management skills.
- Ability to self-start and self-initiate projects, while also being effective in working in a collaborative fashion.
- Ability to learn and use specific business software and hardware including MS Access, Argos, Banner, and Slate.
- Ability to lift or move objects up to 25 lbs. – occasionally
- Ability to sit – frequently
- Ability to stand for an extended period of time – occasionally
- Ability to walk reasonable distances – occasionally
- Ability to bend or stoop – occasionally
- Ability to climb or reach overhead – occasionally
- Ability to communicate via speech, hearing and sight – frequently
- Ability to drive a car – occasionally.
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