Admission Counselor
Valley City State University - Valley City, ND

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Position Summary:
This position is responsible for planning and implementing enrollment activities and programs for student recruitment, working with databases and student information systems such as People Soft, establishing and maintaining personal contact with area high schools to provide admission and educational counseling, collaborating with VCSU faculty and staff in recruitment efforts, assisting with publication development and website design. This position must be willing to work evenings and weekends as needed along with travel extensively in Minnesota and contiguous states.

Minimum Qualifications:
A Bachelor's Degree, or earned bachelor's degree by start date, valid driver's license, effective interpersonal, verbal, and written communication skills. Excellent customer service skills and phone etiquette. Working knowledge of Microsoft Office products, including Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. Experience designing publications and brochures. Exceptional organizational skills, including ability to multi-task. Excellent ability to interact and serve individuals from diverse backgrounds and age groups.

Preferred Qualifications:
Experience working in a college admission setting or in a position that allowed the candidate to work closely with young people, such as teaching. Familiarity with the University and the surrounding Valley City community desired.

Compensation:
$26,000-28,000. Comprehensive fringe benefit package including employer paid full family coverage for health insurance, TIAA-CREF retirement, and tuition waiver benefits. More information available by viewing our benefits page http://bit.ly/X02BL8 .

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Valley City was founded in 1872 with the name of Second Crossing of the Sheyenne when the Northern Pacific railroad crossed the river here....