Associate Director of Admission - Recruitment
The position requires an energetic and creative individual, with demonstrated leadership and initiative; admission and supervisory experience preferred.
The position serves an integral role in the recruitment and enrollment of prospective students. The Associate Director of Admission - Recruitment, has primary responsibility for providing direction and supervision to the recruitment team. Specific duties/responsibilities include hiring, training and managing the admission counselors. Promotion of the College at various events; planning and implementation of a comprehensive recruitment strategy; assisting with campus visitations; developing relationships with high school counselors and related personnel; establishing and maintaining positive relationships with students, parents and alumni.
Other responsibilities include recruitment and strategic admission planning, managing social media communication and assisting the Director of Admission and Vice President of Enrollment Management and Marketing with long range enrollment planning.
The Associate Director plays a role in the recruitment and enrollment of prospective students. Specific duties/responsibilities involve developing and implementing a 12-month recruitment strategy, assessing prospective first year student potential in assigned recruitment territories, identifying effective recruitment strategies, implementing a variety of recruitment activities (including for transfer and graduate level students) and conducting appropriate follow-up and tracking; completing transcript evaluations and degree completion plans for prospective and admitted transfer and graduate students; scheduling visits planning and coordinating special recruitment programs, including making all necessary arrangements for travel.
Candidates with experience in administration of admission recruitment programs, working with undergraduate student population, and seven to ten years of relevant experience in college admission or progressively responsible experience will be considered for the Associate Director of Admission position. Proven track record in meeting and/or exceeding goals. Bachelor's degree required. Candidate must be able to support the College's mission statement, work independently and in a team environment, be goal-oriented, and articulate the value of a Catholic, liberal arts education to prospective students and parents. Salary commensurate with experience.
Approximate start date (February 1, 2021). To receive priority consideration, please submit an electronic copy of your letter of application, resume, and the names, address, and phone numbers of three professional references by December 4, 2020. Carroll College is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE).
We are grateful to the PNACAC team for their teamwork in support students and education together. The Pacific Northwest Association for College Admission Counseling (PNACAC) represents college admissions professionals in Alaska, Idaho, Montana, Oregon and Washington - a region known for its beauty, friendliness and collaborative spirit.
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Carroll College | Opening
ADMISSION COUNSELOR/APPLICATION MANAGER
Carroll College, a Catholic, Liberal Arts College in Helena, MT, is seeking an energetic and creative Admissions Counselor/Application Manger. Responsibilities include: promotion of the College through high school visitations and college day/night programs; planning and implementation of a comprehensive 12-month recruitment strategy to prospective students; assisting with campus visitations for prospective students and parents (on/off campus); developing relationships with high school counselors and related personnel; establishing and maintaining positive relationships with parents and alumni. Quality control, maintenance and processing of application files (to include first year, international, transfer and special populations), as well as applicable decisions and materials.
A Bachelor’s degree, the ability to articulate the value of a Catholic, liberal arts education to prospective students and parents, excellent oral and written communication skills, demonstrated leadership skills are required. The candidate must also have the ability to relate to and demonstrate enthusiasm to engage, motivate, excite, and entice young people to attend Carroll College; exhibit professionalism, demonstrate applicable computer experience with preferred Operating systems (Windows and/or MacOS), Office suites (Microsoft Office, G Suite), Presentation software (PowerPoint, Keynote), Spreadsheets (Excel, Google Spreadsheets, etc.), Communication and collaboration tools (Slack, Skype, etc.) and Customer relationship management systems (CRM), and possess a valid driver’s license. The candidate must be able to support the College’s mission statement, work independently and in a team environment and be goal-oriented.
Approximate start date is September 1, 2020. To receive priority consideration, please submit an electronic copy of your letter of application, resume, and the names, addresses, and phone numbers of three professional references by August 17th to email@example.com
Communications and Social Media Coordinator
Rocky Mountain College, a small liberal arts institution in Billings, Montana, is accepting applications for a Communications and Social Media Coordinator. This is an entry level position.
Key Responsibilities include:
• Assist in the development and creation of the institution’s strategic communication plan and social media content calendar;
• Manage and develop content for institutional media platforms including but not limited to Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, Twitter, and YouTube;
• Collaborate on college-wide integrated social media plans and campaigns with Alumni Relations, Advancement, Admissions and Athletics to promote institutional and departmental initiatives;
• Analyze results of social media content and campaigns utilizing native and third party data analytics tools, while regularly presenting results, key takeaways and associated recommendations for improvement;
• Work with an enthusiastic and dedicated Enrollment Services staff. Position Requirements:
A Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university. • Ability to engage online audiences, specifically prospective students, as well as to provide valuable guidance on social media strategies to campus partners.
• Must be self-directed and able to work well with students, faculty, staff, and alumni. Experience in higher education is a plus.
• Is curious, driven to tell impactful stories, able to prioritize and think strategically and able to see the big picture while keeping a close eye on the details.
• Has proven ability to manage multiple tasks, prioritize, and perform well on deadline as well as on long-term projects.
Miles Community College
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS Reasonable Accommodations Statement To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. Reasonable Accommodations may be made to enable qualified individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Job Description @ https://content.milescc.edu/Employment/JobDescriptions/RegistrarPD-June2020.pdf
More Information @ https://www.milescc.edu/Employment/
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Variety of Helpful Resources
The National Association for College Admissions Counseling | NACAC is closely monitoring the evolving news about the coronavirus (COVID-19). See below for:
▶ Coronavirus and College Admission
▶ Updates on NACAC College Fairs and Conferences
▶ Information from Related Organizations
▶ Factors Affecting the College Admission Process
▶ Other Impacts
▶ Additional Resources
In accordance with the CDC recommendations to prevent the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19), the MSCA Spring Conference has been cancelled. MSCA will issue full refunds to registrants starting this week. Refunds will be issued in the form of registration payment (i.e. credit cards will be credited, checks returned).
MSCA knows how important professional development is for our members, therefore we will be working on duplicating the content of the conference in a “Virtual” Conference. Further communication about this opportunity will be heading your way in the coming weeks.
In the meantime, for school counselors working to transition their programs online, check out the MSCA Resources and see here for help and resources from ASCA
Virtual School Counseling Resources
Planning for Virtual/Distance School Counseling During an Emergency Shutdown Download the PDF.
Webinar on Demand: School Counseling in a Virtual Setting
Watch the webinar. Open to members and nonmembers.
Position Statement: The School Counselor and Virtual School CounselingRead the full position statement
Magazine Article: It’s a Virtual World
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Additional COVID-19 ResourcesHere are some suggestions and resources to consider as you provide support to your students regarding COVID-19. as well as links to other education-related organizations with valuable information to share.