Director of Recruitment
|Job Title:||Director of Recruitment|
|Reports To:||Vice President of Enrollment Management|
Responsible for supporting the goals and objectives of the University through strategic recruitment of undergraduate students
- Supervises a staff of 5 Admissions Counselors and the Assistant Director of Recruitment. Oversees recruiting initiatives, assuring that tasks are performed satisfactorily.
- Develops the strategic recruitment plan each year and is responsible for the daily implementation of the plan by Admissions Counselors and other Admissions staff members.
- Provides direction and feedback to the Enrollment Management team regarding recruitment strategies, specifically in regards to each stage of the funnel (e.g., inquiries, applicants, admits, deposits, & registrants).
- Contributes support for scholarship and financial aid messaging and processes.
- Effective collaboration and coordination between admissions and recruiting efforts with the Director of Admissions.
- Oversight of all prospective student visits, events, and off-campus recruitment fairs.
- Provide leadership to the HBU student led recruitment efforts such as the CHAT team (student telecounselors), Ambassadors, GO Team (orientation leaders), and Rec Team members.
- Coordinates with the rest of the campus community to plan and host student orientation (GO – Get Oriented) as well as new student registration throughout the year.
- Manages the communication flow with prospective students, parents and other constituents, that includes all mass emails, printed publications and calling campaigns to recruit students.
- Other duties as assigned.
- 5 Admissions Counselors and the Assistant Director of Recruitment
A four-year college or university degree (Bachelor’s Degree) is required.
3-4 years of prior experience in recruitment, a Masters degree and supervisory experience are preferred.
- 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.
- Ability to operate office equipment (i.e., copiers, fax machines, etc.).
- Knowledge of NCAA rules and the appropriate conference rules and regulations as they relate to university admissions
- 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.
WORKING CONDITIONS AND ENVIRONMENT:
- There is considerable amount of travel required of this position.
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