Boston University School of Law combines extraordinary teaching with a forward-thinking curriculum. Through a holistic admissions process, BU Law enrolls a class of students characterized by extraordinary academic achievements and diverse life experiences.
The Assistant Director (AD) is a key member of a dynamic admissions team of professionals in the BU Law Admissions Office. This role will be involved in all aspects of the office's operations, including but not limited to recruitment of applicants, counseling of prospects, and application review. The AD will travel across the country during the fall season to recruit potential applicants and attend law school and graduate fairs. The AD will represent BU Law professionally on panels and at open houses. Recruitment, including travel, is 25% of the responsibilities for this position.
The AD will plan and execute events including post-admission initiatives such as the Admitted Student Preview Day, which is the most important yield event at the School. The AD works with staff, facilities and vendors to ensure completion of successful events. Additionally, the AD coordinates student and faculty outreach to admitted students and manages current student tour guides and the student ambassador program. Planning and executing events hosted by the Admissions Office is 25% of the responsibilities for this position.
Cover letter and resume required to be considered.
Bachelor's degree required, Masters preferred in Higher Education, JD, or other related field. One to three years work experience.
We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law. We are a VEVRAA Federal Contractor.
Internal Number: 5417
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