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  • October 08, 2015 2:27 PM | Anonymous

    Roosevelt University is seeking an Associate Director for Transfer and Adult Admission.  This position helps develop and implement an effective transfer and adult student recruitment plan that meets the strategic enrollment goals of the university.

    Serves on the management team of the Office of Admission, providing leadership both internally and externally, supervising staff as assigned, and collaborating with the other members of the management team to ensure that the activities, policies, and procedures of the office support the overall recruitment and enrollment goals of the university.

    Oversees the planning and execution of on-campus transfer and adult specific recruitment events such as open houses, information sessions, campus tours, transfer counselor visits, and accepted student receptions. Analyzes the effectiveness of recruitment events to ensure that they both support the recruitment and enrollment goals of the university and are an effective and efficient use of financial resources.

    Oversees the review of all transfer and transfer applications, ensuring that decisions are made efficiently and in a timely manner, are in-line with the department’s admissions standards, and support the enrollment goals of the university. Train staff and provide regular updates regarding matters pertaining to transfer and adult admission.

    Works collaboratively with university enrollment management, academic advising, and student success offices to facilitate a seamless enrollment process for new transfer and adult students.

    Manages the communication plan for prospective, admitted, and deposited transfer and adult students. Ensures that the plan is implemented efficiently and effectively, that the messaging is accurate, up-to-date, and supports the enrollment goals of the University, and that the university website is also accurate, up-to-date, and supports the transfer and adult student enrollment goals of the university.

    Please apply at the following link:

  • October 06, 2015 2:31 PM | Anonymous member
    Job Title Recruitment Specialist
    Posting Number S00318
    Position Title Recruitment Specialist (2 positions)
    Department Enrollment Services
    Position Type Staff
    Job Summary

    This position is responsible for developing, implementing and analyzing comprehensive recruitment strategies to increase enrollment of new students at the College of Lake County (CLC). The position also initiates academic coaching, disseminates current information about academic programs, and support services to students who are new to the CLC. In addition to traditional recruitment responsibilities, assignments include a special emphasis on specific populations of students. A successful candidate will be detail oriented, work well autonomously, have strong communication skills, collaborate with internal departments, and represent the college in various committees with in CLC and communities throughout Lake County.

    Required Qualification

    1. Bachelor’s degree in a relevant field.

    2. Excellent oral, written and interpersonal communication skills.

    3. Ability to plan and prioritize work requirements and demonstrate independent decision-making capabilities.

    4. Experience working with students from diverse ethnic, socioeconomic and educational backgrounds.

    5. Valid driver’s license.

    6. Ability to work flexible hours including some evening and weekend hours consistent with student needs.

    Desired Qualifications

    1. Experience working in higher education.

    2. Community college graduate.

    3. Experience using database management systems.

    4. Master’s degree in higher education, college student personnel, advising or related field.

    5. Project management experience.

    6. Student recruitment experience.

    Posting Date 10/06/2015
    Closing Date 10/16/2015
    Expected Start Date
    Special Instructions Summary

    There are two (2) open positions available. By applying for one you will be considered for both.

    Pay Rate The salary is competitive.
    Full-Time/Part-Time Full-Time
    Location Grayslake
    Total Hours per week 40
    Work Schedule

    8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m., M – F

    EEO Statement

    The College of Lake County is an equal opportunity employer and has a strong commitment to diversity. In that spirit, it seeks a broad spectrum of candidates including minorities, women and people with disabilities. EOE/AA/M/F/D/V


  • October 05, 2015 6:15 PM | Anonymous

    MacMurray College, located in Jacksonville, IL, is seeking applicants for the position of Admissions Counselor. Reporting to the Associate Director of Admissions, the Admissions Counselor is an integral part of maintaining and increasing the enrollment of the College. The position is responsible for the recruitment of qualified prospective students, building relationships with high schools and community-based organizations, and promoting the mission and brand of the College. The Admissions Counselor is a member of the Office of Admissions which is the front door of the College for prospective students and their families.

    Duties and Responsibilities

    • Territory management of assigned recruitment area.
    • Constant communication with prospective students and their families through the admissions and financial aid process.
    • Visit high schools, attend college fairs, and coordinate/assist in off-campus recruitment events.
    • Assist with on-campus recruitment events such as Open Houses or Visit Days.
    • Must be available for overnight travel and evening/weekend hours.
    • Build effective relationships with high schools and community-based organizations.
    • Communicate with prospective students, families, high schools, college personnel, and community organizations through telephone communication, emails, text messaging, and social media-based platforms.
    • Conduct campus tours and meet one on one with prospective students and their guests.
    • Be a positive representative for the College to prospective students, families, high schools, community members, and both internal and external constituents.
    • Other duties as directed by the Associate Director of Admissions or Director of Admissions.


    • Bachelor’s Degree required.
    • Excellent organizational and oral and written communication skills.
    • Ability to work under pressure, handle constant change, and manage multiple projects/tasks simultaneously and in a timely manner.
    • High energy and a positive and outgoing personality.
    • Work well independently as well as in a team setting.
    • Ability to maintain confidentiality and make ethical decisions.
    • Maintain a professional demeanor and appearance.
    • Ability to smile, keep a positive attitude both in and outside the office, and be willing to make a difference.
    • Valid driver's license with clean/good driving record and insurable.
    • Ability to lift and/or move up to 25 lbs.
    • Excited to become a Highlander.

    MacMurray College is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply and will receive equal consideration for employment without regard to race, color, national origin, religion, sex, pregnancy, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, physical or mental disability, or covered veteran status. Interested applicants may send a letter of interest, a résumé outlining your qualification for the position, and three professional references to

    Applications will be reviewed as they arrive, and the search will remain open until an Admissions Counselor is selected.

    Visit for more information regarding the position.

    MacMurray College was founded in 1846, has a strong history of undergraduate education, and is located in the affordable, safe, and stimulating city of Jacksonville, Illinois.  Our mission is "to transform the lives of our students by providing an exceptional, liberal arts general education and courses of study that prepare graduates for professional careers, further education, and other challenges facing the human community in the 21st century."  The College has a culturally diverse student body of over 600 students and a faculty:student ratio of 1:12.  We offer academic majors in Nursing, Criminal Justice, Homeland Security, Business (Accounting, Business Administration, and Sports Management), Special Education, Deaf & Hard of Hearing Education, Interpreter Training (American Sign Language), Biology, Art, Social Work, and Psychology.  MacMurray College is a warm, engaged, student-centered learning community, focused on student success.

  • October 05, 2015 12:58 PM | Anonymous

    Northwestern University

    School of Professional Studies

    To apply visit -

    Enrollment Advisor Job Summary:

    The Enrollment Advisor is responsible for building relationships with community colleges (i.e. students, advisors and faculty) in the Chicagoland area.  This role educates, informs and encourages potential students to apply to the part-time undergraduate program in efforts to increase the overall number of submitted applications to the part-time undergraduate program at the northwestern School of Professional Studies (SPS). This position works with advisors to guide and support potential students through the application process.  This person ensures the part-time undergraduate program is a good fit for prospective students and ensures that subsequently admitted students matriculate.  This role actively recruits prospective undergraduate applicants by creating in-person relationships via a number of techniques (i.e. on-site information sessions, individual meetings, etc.).  The coordinator will mine all undergraduate leads (both community college leads and website leads) toward enrollment conversion; escalates fit prospects through the enrollment funnel; manage strong relationships with prospects; work to meet articulated lead-to-enrollment conversion rates toward achieving enrollment goals in a performance-driven and results-oriented professional environment.  

    Please note: Candidate should be able to sit and speak on the phone 50% of the time.  Regular travel in the Chicago area is expected.  Occasional evening and weekend hours are expected.

    Specific Responsibilities:
    Enrollment Advising

    • Develops and implements new and unique strategies to reach prospective students at community colleges, educate them about the part-time undergraduate program at Northwestern University (NU), School of Professional Studies (SPS); works with prospective students through their application submission process.
    • Develops one-on-one relationships with key influencers and individuals at community colleges in the Chicagoland area (e.g. advisers, faculty, administrative, leadership) with the goal of increasing awareness and interest of the part-time undergraduate program at NU, SPS.  Cultivate relationships to create NU, SPS advocates within the community college networks.
    • Actively recruits prospective applicants through in-person and on-site relationship building (i.e. presenting on-site information sessions, conducting meetings at area community colleges, etc.).
    • Develops a network with advisors at area community colleges.
    • Communicates with all prospective students (both community college prospects and prospects via the NU SPS website/phone) via a high volume of outbound and inbound calls and emails regarding undergraduate academic programs.
    • Records interaction with prospective and current students in a timely, accurate and thorough manner in the school's constituent relationship management (CRM) system.
    • Generates student enrollments by advising prospective students on how academic program offerings can meet their educational and career goals.
    • Advises students on financial aid process and options toward financing undergraduate academic programs.  Be knowledgeable about veteran benefits (as applicable).
    • Segment prospect pool into fit categories, using a pre-defined lead-to-prospect quality index.
    • Assists qualified prospects with application for admission.
    • Provides and actively participates in daily quick status updates.
    • Meet weekly, monthly and quarterly activity goals.  This includes calls and appointments (scheduled and conducted).
    • Maintain the highest level of program-specific knowledge.

    Coordination, Reporting and Planning

    • Coordinates and collaborates with the School of Professional Studies Admissions, Student Services, Distance Education, Registration and Marketing teams to provide excellent customer service and support to prospects and students.
    • Advise teams on identifiable trends in the community college marketplace, to better inform the development of marketing creative, content and copy.
    • Provides regularized and ad-hoc summary and detailed admissions advising reports to Assistant Director of Recruitment and Marketing.
    • Assists with metric development to inform enrollment plans and strategies
    Position is based at Northwestern's Chicago (Streeterville) campus. Qualified applicants are encouraged to apply. Looking to fill position as soon as possible.
  • September 30, 2015 6:03 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)
    Assistant Director of Admission, Communications and Visit Experience Position Summary: Reporting to the Director of Admissions, the Assistant Director of Admissions, Communications and Visit Experience manages marketing communications and events for prospective students as well as individual campus visits with the aim of engaging a growing volume of high caliber applicants to Chicago Harris. As a key member of the admissions team, this position will also participate in all other aspects of the recruitment and evaluation process. The Assistant Director of Admissions will also manage student volunteers involved in Admissions events and campus visit programming. Key Responsibilities: Manage Marketing Communications for Prospective Students and Applicants § Devise and implement segmented marketing strategies and tactics for prospective Chicago Harris students, leveraging all mediums to reach targeted types of students - Collaborate with the Director of Admissions and the Associate Dean of Communications and Marketing to leverage their expertise and ensure alignment with other Harris strategies/tactics - Develop new content or leverage existing content to create engaging written and electronic communications to prospective student audiences - Draft dynamic electronic communications that will integrate into the existing CRM platform - Manage Admissions social media presence and groups, providing routine content to drive engagement § Monitor email, web, and social media analytics, providing regular reports on communication engagement rates - Use analytics to make recommendations to drive/adjust communication messaging, timing and strategies - Conduct routine focus groups to secure feedback from prospective students on various communications received throughout cycle § Provide collaborative input and feedback on admission print materials created by external vendors § Incorporate the timing of Admissions communications into the Admissions Office calendar and monitor its adherence Lead the Campus Visit Program for Prospective Harris Students § Create and manage campus visit programming in order to give potential students a positive and detailed understanding of the Harris experience - Coordinate all resources required for daily visit programming, including proper notice and preparation for staff, students, and faculty - Set the visit agenda, making modifications as needed per visitor requests - Seek opportunities to leverage greater University resources and be mindful of limited resources within Harris during certain times of the year § Administer and evaluate campus visit surveys to gain feedback on visit programming quality and effectiveness - Recommend improvements to Admissions leadership as needs arise and develop plans for change implementation § Manage the campus visit calendar of daily visits throughout the year Manage the Scheduling and Programming of Admitted Student Yield Events § Lead planning and scheduling of campus yield events and secure support from Harris and University partners - Craft event strategy for on campus yield opportunities with the aim of creating informative programming that differentiates Chicago Harris from competition and drives students to enroll - Collaborate with Alumni Relations to incorporate alumni into recruiting events - Create an events calendar, integrated with the overall Admissions Office calendar, in order to track resources and optimally schedule outreach events § Provide the Admissions Specialist with direction on space reservations, catering, and vendor contracts § Manage student volunteer leadership, providing direction on support needs and engagement opportunities Participate in the Recruitment and Evaluation Process § Recruit and manage prospective students throughout the entire enrollment cycle § Travel as needed to represent Chicago Harris at recruitment events, primarily in the fall § Evaluate applicants for admission to Masters programs and participate in merit scholarship selection Education and Experience: § Bachelor’s degree in Higher Education, Communications or similar degree required, Master’s Degree preferred § Minimum three years of experience in Admissions, Student Affairs, academic support, Communications, or closely-related environment required § Familiarity with higher education environment and knowledge of the University of Chicago’s unique culture and administrative systems preferred Competencies: § Demonstrated ability to review and prioritize work and to take appropriate actions without advance approval § Ability to set priorities and meet deadlines, ensuring close attention to detail § Effectively work on multiple projects simultaneously employing strong project management skills § Excellent, professional and engaging written and verbal communication skills § Proficiency with Microsoft Office, web content management systems, social media platforms required; exposure to Technolutions Slate and publishing/graphic design programs preferred § Ability to work independently and as part of a team

    To apply visit: 

  • September 28, 2015 9:00 AM | Anonymous member

    The University of Illinois at Springfield has an academic professional opening as Admissions Counselor in its Office of Admissions.  One of three University of Illinois campuses, UIS has 24 undergraduate and 21 graduate degree programs.  The campus emphasizes excellence in teaching, small classes, quality student life, and a personal atmosphere.  The Admissions Counselor position will be located on the UIS campus and will be responsible for recruiting undergraduate students in Western and Central Illinois.  The Admissions Counselor will provide information about the University of Illinois Springfield, and the admissions and enrollment process to prospective students, their families and high school/community college counselors, agents, and government offices.


    1. Provides initial admissions counseling to prospective and new students by telephone, email, letter, and personal interviews.  This may involve extensive advising about admissions requirements as well as the investigation and use of new technologies to reach and maintain contacts with students at a distance.
    2. Follow up on promising admission prospects, campuses visited, and faculty/staff at schools visited by telephone, email, and/or written correspondence.  This will also involve maintaining relationships with alumni, as well as other relevant groups.
    3. Respond to prospective student inquiries for admissions information by telephone, in writing, via email and in person.
    4. Conduct market research and assist the university to develop new techniques and more efficient ways to recruit students.  Recommend changes to communications, website, Facebook usage and additional mediums.
    5. Operate and maintain prospective student records in Student Information System (Banner) and campus CRM (BRM).  Operate performance reporting tool of Enrollment Management Suite (including ad hoc reporting).
    6. A thorough knowledge of all academic programs and federal guidelines is necessary.
    7. Perform unofficial evaluations of applicants' academic credentials, including transfer credits and other credentials presented as documentation of admissibility to the University.
    8. Work cooperatively with other University offices and the academic units in dissemination of information designed to enhance the visibility of UIS.
    9. Work cooperatively and maintain membership with outside groups and organizations such as IACAC, etc., in dissemination of information designed to enhance the visibility of UIS.  This will involve active participation in professional organizations, such as IACAC.
    10. Prepare reports of student recruitment activities, maintain information regarding travel expenses, sick leave, vacation, and other personal information for which the Office of Enrollment Management is responsible.
    11. Visit community colleges, four-year colleges and universities, high schools, and attend college fairs as a UIS representative as assigned.  The visits involve providing admissions information and will involve overnight/weekend commitments.
    12. Provide professional assistance to the Director, Associate, and Assistant Directors of Admissions by assuming responsibilities for special projects such as Counselor Articulation Day, Campus Preview Days, fairs, or other special events.

    Environmental Demands:  Ability to lift up to 50 lbs and carry 20 lbs for an extended period of time.


    Minimum education and work experience required

    Bachelor's degree, valid driver's license, strong public speaking ability, enthusiastic approach to work and commitment to delivery of high quality service, personal schedule that accommodates the travel portion of the position, cooperative work style and strong personal initiative are all required.  The ability to work independently and with minimal supervision is also required.  The successful candidate will be an enthusiastic, self-directed person with good organizational, planning, and communication skills.  Overnight travel and some evening/weekend work will be required.  Interviewing and counseling skills are preferred to be able to provide students with proper advising, guidance, and assistance with academic planning, as well as experience in higher education/admissions counseling.  Some overnight travel and evening/weekend work will be required.  Previous work experience in admissions, recruitment, or higher education is a plus.  Bilingual candidates and/or candidates with prior experience with recruiting will be regarded favorably.  Familiarity with the University of Illinois at Springfield is also preferred.  Salary range is $30,000-$32,000 annually, depending on experience.

    Application Process:

    Please select the "Apply For Position" tab below, create or update your profile and upload a cover letter of application addressing qualifications and experience related to the position, a resume, official college transcript(s), and three current professional letters of reference.

    Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled.

    The University of Illinois may conduct background checks on all job candidates upon acceptance of a contingent offer of employment.  Background checks will be performed in compliance with the Fair Credit Reporting Act.

    UIS is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer with a strong institutional commitment to recruitment and retention of a diverse and inclusive campus community. Persons with disabilities, women, and minorities are encouraged to apply.

  • September 27, 2015 11:09 AM | Anonymous


    Pine Crest School is a pre-kindergarten through grade twelve day school of approximately 2500 students located on two campuses in vibrant South Florida. At Pine Crest, our goal is to ensure that students learn how to navigate their futures with adaptability, intellectual vigor, sustainability, cultural sophistication, and independent leadership.

    Our students choose from an array of academically rigorous courses, including 30 AP courses, eight post-AP seminars, and a nationally recognized science research program. Visit our website at:

    We are adding a position to the College and Academic Advising Office and are seeking candidates for the role of College Counselor.

    The successful applicant will join a dynamic team of college counseling professionals. In addition to counseling approximately 50 students in each graduating class, the counselor will be expected to:

                         travel nationally to attend conferences and visit colleges and universities;
                         devise, implement and plan college counseling events and programs for students and families;
                          build and foster relationships with admission officers across the country.
    The ideal candidate will possess the following background and skills:
                          Bachelor’s degree and preferably a Master’s degree.
                         At least five years’ experience in a selective college’s admission office and/or college counseling at an independent school.
                          Excellent writing skills.
                          Enthusiasm for working with adolescents and their families.
                          Facility using multiple technological tools.
                         Willingness to contribute to a thriving and evolving program that constantly seeks new approaches to serving its students and families better.
                         A strong work ethic, excellent organizational skills, flexibility, and a willingness to collaborate with other members of the team.
                          Ability to meet deadlines is a critical work habit.
                          Willingness to work nights and weekends as needed.
                         Knowledge of colleges, their academic programs, admission policies, and financial policies and procedures.
                         Awareness of issues and trends in college admission, higher education, and testing, as well as a professional interest in keeping up-to-date about specific colleges and maintaining membership in professional organizations.

    Please submit a cover letter and resume to:

  • September 22, 2015 6:48 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    University of Wisconsin‐Madison Admissions Counselor 

    Application Deadline: October 1, 2015

    The University of Wisconsin‐Madison invites applications and nominations for an Admissions Counselor position in the Office of Admissions and Recruitment. UW‐Madison is a major research university, nationally and internationally renowned. The Office of Admissions and Recruitment recruits nationally and receives more than 38,000 undergraduate applications Admissions counselors assist prospective freshman and transfer students in navigating the college selection process with a goal of attracting, recruiting, admitting, and enrolling a talented, geographically diverse student body. In addition to general admission duties, the incumbent will be assigned to work on one or more targeted areas that include: domestic recruitment, multicultural recruitment, international recruitment or event planning. The incumbent will work with a range of constituents including students, parents, high school guidance counselors, transfer counselors, alumni, and campus stakeholders. Admissions counselors are expected to give presentations and engage in recruitment and outreach activities. Admission decisions are made using a selective, comprehensive and holistic review process. Evening and weekend work is required during peak times. 

    Complete details and application instructions can be found at 

    Failure to follow application directions found in the details could result in being disqualified from the applicant pool. To ensure consideration, application must be received by: 4:30 pm on Thursday, October 1, 2015. 

    This full‐time academic staff positions (PVL #84132) is available with a desired begin date of November 1, 2015. A competitive salary and benefits package will be offered, with title and salary dependent on qualifications. The minimum starting salary is $ 38,500. 

    The mission of the Division of Enrollment Management (Offices of Admissions and Recruitment, Student Financial Aid, Registrar, and Integrated Student Information Systems) is to provide access to higher education and collaborate with campus partners to ensure student  success. We are committed to the highest standard of service for our students, colleagues, visitors, and other customers. Staff will serve as role models by practicing exemplary, respectful and inclusive behaviors in all of our interactions. 

    UW‐Madison is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer. 

    Unless confidentiality is requested in writing, information regarding the applicants must be released upon request. Finalists cannot be guaranteed confidentiality.

  • September 20, 2015 4:23 PM | Anonymous


    Transfer Admissions Counselor

    Position Overview:  This position is responsible for the recruitment of students into the academic and certificate programs offered through Lincoln College.  Reporting to the Dean of Enrollment Management and Executive Director, Normal Campus, this position will focus on recruitment activities for transfer students interested in Lincoln College’s accelerated and traditional Bachelor’s degree programs offered at its campuses in Normal and Lincoln, IL.  This position is primarily based at the campus in Normal, IL.

    General Description: Meet with prospective transfer students, family members, local business owners, employers, and representatives of community colleges, universities, and other organizations to provide information about Lincoln College programs.  Conduct admission interviews and build appropriate relationships with respective audiences. Compile and analyze admission data. Plan and participate in on-campus and off-campus recruitment events sponsored by Lincoln College and other related organizations.  Establish and manage a pool of prospective students from inquiry through enrollment stages for each start date.

    Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree required.  Experience working with transfer students, and/or non-traditional students is preferred. A background in admissions, recruiting, marketing or a related field is required.  Excellent oral and written communication skills are required.  Candidate must possess a valid driver’s license and reliable transportation. Frequent travel will be required.

    Salary is commensurate with experience. This is a full time, benefit eligible position.

    Essential Job Responsibilities:

    • Represent Lincoln College at community college visits, college and/or career fairs, and other transition services programs and events.
    • Conduct information sessions both on and off campus; participate in Open Houses, conduct campus tours and interviews with prospective students as necessary.
    • Manage specific recruitment objectives including headcount and conversion rate goals.
    • Implement, monitor, and manage regular communication plan with prospective students, applicants, accepted students, and deposited students.
    • Use the College’s computer information system to monitor and track inquiries and applicants. 
    • Ensure admission procedures and stages are complete so students are ready to move into the advising and enrollment phase.
    • Work closely with Lincoln College academic advisors to assist in completing transcript evaluations and check sheets.
    • Work effectively with Lincoln College faculty, financial aid and business office staff, and the College registrar’s office to ensure a smooth transition from applicant to enrolled student.
    • Ability to work some evenings and weekends and willingness to travel to selected locations.
    • Respect for the confidential nature of information provided by students and family members.
    • Assist in the design of Lincoln College admissions marketing publications to promote innovative methods of reaching targeted audiences.
    • Complete assignments in a timely fashion.
    • Other duties as assigned.

    The evaluation of candidates begins immediately and continues until the position is filled. 

    Items to Include:
    Cover Letter
    Names and contact information for three professional references

    Contact Information: Send letter, resume, and references list to:

    Joe Hendrix

    Dean of Enrollment Management and Executive Director, Normal Campus

    Lincoln College

    715 W. Raab Rd

    Normal, IL 61761

    (309) 452-0500

    Electronic Submission:

    Lincoln College is an Equal Opportunity Employer.


  • September 18, 2015 3:40 PM | Anonymous

    Admission Counselor
    *Emphasis on multicultural student recruitment
    Illinois Wesleyan University

      The Admission Office at Illinois Wesleyan University seeks creative, energetic, and industrious candidates for the position of Admission Counselor with an emphasis on   multicultural student recruitment.  Primary recruitment territory is the city of Chicago.  Title and salary will be commensurate with experience.

    This full-time, 12-month position works on all aspects of undergraduate admission, including: market research, planning and implementation of student recruitment strategies, application review, and special projects.

    The Admission Counselor is responsible for a travel territory, with overnight and some weekend travel/responsibilities. A Bachelor’s degree and a valid Driver’s license are required; familiarity with computers and computer systems is a plus.  Exceptional candidates will:

    ·        Have an outgoing personality.
    ·        Show strong public speaking ability.
    ·        Demonstrate strong writing ability and organizational skills.
    ·        Possess knowledge of university structure.
    ·        Desire to travel and work both independently and as a member of the admissions team.
    ·        Have a strong understanding of working with students of color, particularly African-American students.

    Interested candidates should submit a cover letter detailing qualifications for the position, a resume, and three references including names and phone numbers to:                              

    Bob Geraty, Interim Dean of Admissions
    Office of Admissions
    Illinois Wesleyan University
    1211 Park Street
    Bloomington, IL 61702
    FAX: 309/556-3820

    Review of applications will begin October 1, 2015, and continue until the position is filled.  Final candidate must pass a pre-employment background investigation.

    Illinois Wesleyan University’s sexual harassment and sexual violence policy may be accessed at

    Equal Opportunity Employer Committed to Inclusive Excellence 

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