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Job Title: DIR, ADMISSIONS
Job Code: 1025
Job Level: 14
Revised Date: 05/01/2000
Job Family: JF 33
Direct programs and activities involved with recruitment and selection of applicants for admission in degree programs of the School. Manage the Admissions Office.
Represent the school and coordinate other staff representation at targeted colleges, universities, and church-sponsored recruitment events for the purposes of interviewing/recruiting prospective students.
To build and nurture relationships faculty and staff at targeted campuses.
Represent the school at alumni gatherings during Annual Conferences.
Provide necessary orientation, training, and oversight for the alumni recruitment network and a cadre of faculty willing to assist in recruitment efforts.
Correspond with prospective students, alumni, faculty, Staff and others seeking information regarding academic programs offered and admissions policies & procedures.
Coordinate on-campus visits of and conduct interviews with prospective students.
Supervise the review and evaluation of applicant files to determine the admissibility of applicant utilizing established school admissions standards.
Participate in awarding institutional scholarships to students.
Edit and prepare, with the aid of the Communications and Network Offices, brochures, bulletins, web sites, and other publications used in the recruitment of prospective students.
Coordinate efforts and activities serving the objectives of the Admissions Office.
Determine the fiscal requirements, prepare and manage budgetary recommendations for the Admissions and Financial Aid office.
Analyze reports, track trends, and provide statistical information.
Plan and oversee the work of staff to ensure the appropriate procedures and policies are followed in compliance with current admissions standards.
Hire and supervise Admissions Office Staff, prepare performance appraisals, promotions, and handle disciplinary actions. Serve on various committees as assigned by the Dean.
To perform other related duties incidental to the work described above.
The above statements describe the general nature and level of work being performed by individuals assigned to this classification. This is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities and duties required of personnel so classified.
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