1.Utilize an entrepreneurial spirit and strong business sense to generate revenue from outside entities by developing and expanding conference services, facility rentals and youth-based camps and programs. 2.Establish annual revenue goals, communicate goals to the entire camps and conference services team and effectively manage the team to be forward thinking, efficient and collaborative while striving to meet all stated goals and objectives. 3.Develop goals and expectations for the Office of Conference Services and Camps. 4.Author effective business and marketing plans that will lead to revenue and participation growth for the College's conference services and camps, particularly in the expansion of intern housing and the development of high-profile conference relationships. 5.In collaboration with the office of marketing and communications, review and refine all marketing efforts for the Office of Conference Services and Camps; supervise the development of promotional materials and attend camp and school fairs when appropriates. 6.Establish metrics to measure effectiveness of the entire conference services and camps operation and routinely monitor revenue and expenses, participation, enrollment and attendance for all events. Manage multiple budgets and prepare regular financial reports related to all conference services and camps programs. 7.Incorporate new technologies into the conference services, camps operation to create office efficiencies, improve the customer registration experience and maintain relationships with current and past participants. 8.Work collaboratively with the Office of Admission to develop degree-seeking student recruitment pipelines, manage shared data for camp attendees (both internal and external camps) and develop strategies that will help yield greater degree-seeking enrollment from past camp participants. 9.Develop a series of recruitment-based academic camps in support of the College's Strategic Plan. 10.Supervise the conference services and camps staff (including student employees) and identify and implement professional development and training opportunities for all staff. Integrate the Office of Conference Services and Camps with all areas of Institutional Advancement including development, alumni affairs, marketing and communications and fine arts outreach. Guide and mentor the conference services and camps staff to be highly collaborative with all facets of campus to ensure continued support of current and new initiatives. 11.Demonstrate civil and inclusive behavior when interacting with staff, faculty, students and visitors to the College. Promote a flexible, collaborative and inclusive work and living environment and engage in educational opportunities to increase awareness and understanding of diversity and inclusion. 12.Support the College's mission, vision and values, and contribute to the advancement of the College's Strategic Plan. 13.Demonstrate a strong commitment to continuous quality improvement. 14.Analyze pricing structures and establish strategies that maximize revenue generating opportunities; maintain and enhance all policies and procedures relative to contracts, accounts receivable, hosting minors on campus (including overnight visits), and facility scheduling. 15.Oversee and manage external events that utilize campus facilities and strengthen the College's relationship with the Naperville community and beyond. Such events include the annual
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About North Central College
North Central College, founded in 1861, is a selective, comprehensive liberal arts institution of 3000 students located 28 miles west of Chicago in Naperville, within walking distance of the Naperville Metra station. For information about the College, please visit the website at https://www.northcentralcollege.edu.