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eCornell's Department of Individual Student Enrollment is looking for temporary Enrollment Representatives to join their team! An Enrollment Representative works with leadership and fellow team members to master all the key basics of the new student qualification/enrollment process and ensures achievement of all performance objectives. This is a metrics-driven position.
What you will do:
Master the basics of the IMPACT sales process using it to establish relationships and guide potential students.
Master all of the basics of our systems including but not limited to: Salesforce, Destiny, TextUs, Calendly, Drift, Facebook and LinkedIn.
Utilize the guidelines provided to gain an understanding and implement best practices around leading and lagging indicators regardless of the method of communication tool used.
* IMPACT Score - 80 or above according to established rubric
* Learn the Opportunity Guidelines and consistently follow these guidelines
* Ensure all potential student information is accurately entered into Salesforce in a timely manner.
Develop a comfort level and excellent degree of service in communicating with prospective students in a variety of different ways. This may include (but is not limited to): calling potential students via phone, participating in info sessions, responding to students on Facebook or LinkedIn, or working with students on our chat platform.
Partner with other departments as necessary to finalize the enrollment process for our students, including the Accounting, Student Services and Help-desk teams.
What we need:
High school diploma and one to three years of proven enrollment, sales or related experience.
Detail-oriented, organized, and able to move from one task to the next very quickly.
Ability to provide excellent degree of customer service to both internal and external customers.
Strong computer and technical skills.
Excellent oral and written communication skills.
Please note - this role will require you to have your own computer (preferably a Mac) with a strong connection to the internet. The tools required to do this job are all web based and will be provided upon hire.
This is a fast paced position with a variety of responsibilities. These responsibilities will be different each day depending on the needs of the team. It's a great opportunity to maximize many different skill sets and be able to interact with a variety of different individuals throughout the day.
This is a casual fixed-term, non-benefits eligible position, with 19 hours of scheduled work per week on average.
There is no visa sponsorship or relocation assistance available for this position.
University Job Title:
Temp Serv Prof
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