Are you ready for a rewarding career? People from all over the world come to Kaplan for help in taking the next step in their education and career. They are ambitious and accomplished students who now face a high-stakes admissions or professional licensing exam. We help them succeed on these tests so they can move on and achieve their career goals.
Our dynamic team of enrollment counselors works with prospective students. They assess their needs and goals; explain the outstanding value that Kaplan offers; and enroll them in the Kaplan program that provides the best fit for them. As a Kaplan enrollment counselor, you’ll literally be helping launch the careers of tomorrow’s doctors, lawyers, nurses, entrepreneurs, and more. What could be more rewarding?
Well, get ready for a very rewarding career. Kaplan enrollment counselors start at a highly competitive salary range; but that’s just the beginning. Successful counselors have the opportunity to earn even more with commissions on every enrollment. The more students we help achieve their career goals, the more money in your pocket.
Wait, there’s more: · Kaplan offers an outstanding benefits package, including medical, dental, and vision. · Need flexibility in your work schedule? No problem. Full-time or part-time, we’ll work with you to create a schedule that works for both of us.
As an enrollment counselor, you’ll work in a state-of-the-art sales facility with all the tools you need to build and manage your list of prospective students. You’ll reach out to them, assess their needs, and use your in-depth knowledge of our products to counsel them on which course is right for them. You’ll also work with our business and product leadership to provide customer insights and execute sales and promotion strategies. And you’ll benefit from an entire organization designed to help you build your enrollments and succeed in your Kaplan career.
- Kaplan is a great place to work, filled with talented people, passionate about what they do. We work hard to create a fun and productive work experience. At Kaplan, we want you to actually look forward to coming to work. What’s it really like?
What’s it take to succeed? Successful enrollment counselors actively manage their list of prospective students, using insights about their needs and goals to encourage them to take the next step and enroll in a Kaplan course. Sales goals, close rates, and number of enrollments are obviously very important. However, our students are at a particularly stressful time in their lives.
And a great enrollment counselor will have the patience, understanding, and confidence to provide our potential students with an exceptional experience. We don’t just “close enrollments.” We make people thrilled with their decision to enroll with Kaplan. Are you the right fit? · Do you have your bachelor’s degree or even a graduate degree?
You have the resources and support of a large organization combined with the dynamism and metabolism of a start up out to change the world. We run really fast. We work really hard. And we really like to have fun doing it.
- Do you have outstanding presentation and public speaking skills? · Do you have the skills of a sales pro or are willing to learn? · Do you the confidence and motivation to ask for the enrollment? · Do you have the energy and style to create an exceptional customer experience?
- Do you have the ambition and daring to help make Kaplan the best it can be, so we can help our students fulfill their career aspirations? Are we the right fit? What makes Kaplan tick? Well, we like to say it’s like working for a 75-year old start up company.
It’s not for everybody, but we have ambitions to change test preparation and education and we’re looking for a few hard-chargers to help us do it. What do you think? Up for an adventure? Then let’s make this happen, Apply Today and get started on your Kaplan career.
We can’t wait to meet you. Kaplan. A Great Place To Be.
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