Associate’s degree, or higher, or an equivalent combination of education, training and experience.
One to two years of experience in educational program administration.
Excellent communication and organizational skills; Experience working with databases and websites; Experience with social media a plus.
Special Instructions to Applicants:
Performs customer relations and general receptionist responsibilities for the Office of Summer Sessions, responding to diverse constituents on summer and special program matters.
Communicates with prospective applicants on summer and special programs, admission policies and processes.
Provides comprehensive information and assists in resolving issues concerning registration and student enrollment.
Provides unit level support for business travel, conference registration, meetings, appointments and other administrative needs.
Performs general office management duties including payroll, staff hiring, records maintenance and unit payments.
Prepares and sends communications to faculty appointed to teach in the summer. Tracks resolution of issues with teaching assignments or salary for summer teaching.
Creates and generates reports to track enrollment trends.
Oversees the upkeep of equipment, maintaining office supplies, and related functions.
Marketing and communication functions include drafting and coordinating office mailings and email campaigns;
Coordinating application processes and communications plans;
Updating the information for Summer Sessions web and print materials and contributing to promotional efforts for summer programs;
Hosting on-campus marketing events for summer programs; Promoting Summer Sessions at events such as freshman orientation, enrollment fairs, and other events.
Performs other work related duties as assigned.
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