Director of Admissions School of Undergraduate Studies (SUS)
The director is principally responsible for the development, implementation and evaluation of a comprehensive recruitment plan involving key internal and external constituents.
- Develops and implements a comprehensive and aggressive recruitment plan to attract, enroll, and retain a diverse pool of students to meet established admissions goals and objectives.
- Oversees daily operations of the unit, including prospect identification, recruitment, relationship development, application evaluation, conversion and processing.
- Provides regular enrollment funnel reports, including but not limited to, analysis by high school and program for the VP.
- Hires, supervises, and evaluates the Undergraduate Admissions professional and administrative staff.
- Manage the operational budget and all expenditures for the department.
- Develop critical relationships and partnerships with school administrators.
- Review, adhere to admission policies, making suggests for changes to the VP.
- Utilizes CRM technology and data analysis to create, enhance, and measure the recruitment, admission, and conversion of undergraduate students. Uses same data to monitor ROI of each strategy and tactic.
- Works in collaboration with the Director of Financial Aid to administer scholarship programs.
- Work collaboratively throughout the College, serving on various committees as determined by the VP.
- Analyze admissions data, interpreting and applying outcomes to admission decisions.
- Performs other duties as assigned.
- Master’s degree or equivalent.
- 4-6 years of progressive leadership experiences with student recruitment.
- Experience with the development, implementation, and evaluation of marketing, promotion and recruitment strategies within a higher education environment
- Proven experience using technology and research to achieve enrollment goals.
- Knowledge of enrollment best practices and theory.
- Familiarity with web-based and digital recruitment strategies.
- Ability to positively interact with diverse populations, including faculty, staff, administration, students, parents, and guidance counselors.
- Excellent written and oral communication skills.
- Outstanding organizational skills.
- Experience supervising professional staff.
- Knowledge of and respect for the College’s mission.
- Valid driver’s license.
Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume to Jobs@chc.edu. No phone calls please.