Participate in the recruitment and enrollment of students through the admission process, both international and domestic. Attend college fairs and high schools visits; initiate and maintain relationships with school counselors; evaluate all applications from the designated territory and aid in the yield of admitted students. Assist in increasing the applicant pool.
1.Assist in the develop and implement an international recruitment plan that will meet the College's enrollment goals, using knowledge of international educational systems, English Language Proficiency requirements, and the I-20 process.
2.Participate in the domestic application review process, and manage the international applicant review process. Perform detailed evaluation of students' academic records throughout high school by evaluating the high school transcript, recommendation letters, personal essays, extra-curricular activities, and other accompanying documents. Act as a primary and secondary reader, as well as a member of the committee on Admission, to assist the office of Admission in selecting the best students possible to reach enrollment goals, Assist in the selection of merit scholarship candidates.
3.Review travel history and analyze interest in the College for international territories as well as a set domestic geographic territory in order to schedule appropriate high school visits and to best serve students and school counselors throughout the application process. Determine the appropriate use of travel time to meet the established recruitment goals. Create and maintain relationships with school counselors, students, and families. Several weeks international travel, both with a group and independently, and some domestic travel for approximately six to eight weeks in the fall and two to three weeks in the spring.
4.Act as liaison with the Center for International Studies to aid in the successful transition of enrolled international students to the College.
5.Conduct interviews and group information sessions providing detailed information about the admission and evaluation process and the typical applicant pool statistics. Meet with prospective students and parents to answer questions in person, via email, and on the phone.
1.Perform all other duties as may be required.
Education and Experience Required:
Bachelor's Degree in related field from an accredited institution required
Minimum of five years of progressive experience in an undergraduate admission office or equivalent combination of training and experience with specific emphasis on international recruitment.
Commitment to a diverse working environment and cultivating a diverse community
Effective time management skills and organizational skills
Strong interpersonal and public speaking experience required
Some understanding of the selective college admission process
Valid driver's license required
Employee Status: Full Time
Union Status: Non-Union
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