Freshman Admissions Counselor
The Human Resources
Department announces the position of Freshman
Admissions Counselor, reporting to the Associate Director, Admissions and Campus
This is an entry level position within the
admissions department responsible for the recruitment of undergraduate students
to the University to achieve departmental objectives.
effectively managing the recruitment of
prospective freshmen from within a designated
geographic recruitment territory ; scheduling and
visitation of high schools, primarily within the designated territory;
implementing recruitment strategies as outlined in the departmental objectives
in the assigned territory; attending college fairs and other recruiting
programs, events and receptions and other individuals or organizations involved
in the college selection process
in order to attract students to the University; using
the Enrollment Management Action System (EMAS), Patriot System and PowerFaids in
order to correspond with prospective students; assisting in the
development and delivery of on and off-campus recruiting events; contributing to
the success of various student visit programs;
completing phone calls, face-to-face visits, and written correspondence
scheduled through the EMAS software; counseling prospective applicants on
admissions and financial aid processes and opportunities; explaining various
admissions practices, procedures, and policies of the University to prospective
students, parents and guidance counselors; providing follow-up with students and
parents via phone, letters, emails and scheduled appointments in specific
recruitment territory; reviewing admission
applications, evaluating credentials and making admission decisions; adhering to
University policies and procedures regarding travel and procurement; and
performing related work as required.
- Bachelor's Degree required; experience in admissions or enrollment
- Valid driver's license
- Ability to travel and work a
varied schedule with flexible hours; ability to load and transport
admissions materials, displays and other equipment.
- Excellent verbal
and written interpersonal
communication; ability to
represent the office and University in a professional manner.
- Ability to work with a wide
range of people and commitment to diversity; demonstrated ability to work
effectively both independently and as part of a team.
- Highly motivated with a
positive attitude; strong commitment to customer service and student focus.
- A staff member is expected to abide by all of the rules and regulations of
the University, the NCAA and the NEC. Staff members found in violation of
NCAA regulations shall be subject to disciplinary or corrective action as
set forth in the provisions of the NCAA enforcement procedures.
Internal Application Deadline:
March 18, 2013
External Application Deadline:
Until position is filled.
As soon as possible.