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  • March 27, 2019 1:53 PM | Anonymous member

    Introduction (Description of School/College/Dept/Program)

    The College of Letters & Science (L&S) is the largest academic unit at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and is the home to all of the programs that are traditionally categorized as the liberal arts and sciences. L&S offers more than 80 different undergraduate majors and programs and more than 30 graduate programs; more information about our undergraduate programs, which is the focus of this position, can be found at Approximately one-third of the student body earns their degree from L&S.

    Job Summary

    The Assistant Director for Recruitment and Marketing is responsible for the strategy and implementation of all initiatives that promote the College’s academic programs to prospective undergraduate students and their parents.

    This will include, but is not limited to: daily campus visits, off-campus site visits, phone and email inquiries, telephone campaigns, mail campaigns, email campaigns, web sites, advertising, social media, and special events. The primary metric for success of the person in this position is the quantity and quality of applicants, admits and matriculated students from year-to-year.

    The Assistant Director will be a public face of the College for high school students, prospective transfer students and their families and support systems such as high school teachers and counselors. S/he will have direct contact with these individuals, providing information and advice through in-person, telephone, mail, email and social media communications. S/he will also take the lead on all large presentations on behalf of the College’s academic programs.

    The Assistant Director must be able to organize and recall a large amount of information about the entire scope of Letters & Science, as well as the admissions and financial aid process, and be an enthusiastic ambassador for the College. S/he will be responsible for writing and creating marketing copy for use in all types of marketing channels, including mailers, web sites, social media, and print. S/he must exercise good judgment and exceptional problem-solving skills to address complex admissions situations, finding solutions that adhere to UWM policies and procedures and that are in the student’s best interest.

    An Admissions Counselor reports to this position, and the Assistant Director will direct his/her daily activities to align with strategic goals. The Assistant Director will also assess his/her work and provide appropriate feedback.

    Sample duties for the Assistant Director include, but are not limited to:

    • Present information on our natural science majors to 200 high school students and their teachers.

    • Analyze a prospective transfer student’s transcript and advise him on the credits that will and won’t transfer and which Letters & Science program would best match his interests.

    • Design a postcard mailing campaign targeting high-achieving admitted students, including writing the content, using a database to generate a mailing list, coordinating with a graphic designer, and managing labeling and postage.

    • Keep accurate and detailed records about outreach efforts and analyze the data to assess the results of each marketing initiative. Change programming as warranted.

    • Design and place Google ads to geographically target older adult students seeking an online degree completion program.

    • Represent Letters & Science on campus-wide committee that discusses all-day visit programs for admitted students.

    • Collaborate with faculty partners to engage them in contacting admitted students.

    Ideal candidates are interested in a fast-paced, high-demand role with extensive interaction with people of all ages and from all types of backgrounds. Occasional night and weekend work is required.

    The salary range for this position is $50,000 to $55,000.

    Minimum Qualifications

    Bachelor’s degree

    At minimum of three years of experience in college student advising, student recruitment (high school or college), marketing of any type, or a combination of any of these three areas

    As shown through the required submission of marketing samples, documented experience writing informational/persuasive text that has been used for marketing/promotional purposes.

    Preferred Qualifications

    A completed Master’s degree in marketing, public relations, higher education administration, communication, or related field.

    Professional work experience in a college or university setting. Additional consideration will be given to candidates if that professional work experience is in advising, student recruitment, and/or marketing.

    Experience using a customer relations database such as Saleforce, Sage ACT!, OnContact, Radius, or Business Intelligence to enter data, research data, and extract reports.

    Experience using an HTML email marketing program such as Constant Contact, MyEmma or iContact to create, send, and analyze email marketing campaigns.

    Experience creating, placing and analyzing online advertisements on Google, Facebook, LinkedIn and/or Instagram.

    Experience supervising one or more professional staff members (not student workers).

    Experience planning and managing small and large events.

    Experience using WordPress to create and update web pages.

    Experience making presentations to audiences ranging in size from 10 to 300.

    High-quality writing skills as demonstrated through all of the application materials.

    Application Instructions

    All applications must be submitted online at A resume, cover letter, and samples of previously written marketing copy are required. These samples should demonstrate the applicant’s ability to write informative and persuasive marketing copy. Each sample should include an explanation of where that marketing copy was used (e.g. informational email announcements, print brochure, web site, advertisement, etc.)

    In a separate document, all applicants must also address which of the preferred qualifications s/he meets, using specific examples and details to support his/her explanation.

    The review of applications will begin on Monday, April 22, 2019. Please note that applications received after Sunday, April 21, 2019, may not receive consideration.

  • March 27, 2019 1:27 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Job no: 493334
    Work type: Staff Full-time
    Location: Indianapolis
    Categories: Academic & Student Services

    Position Overview

    Position serves within the Operations team of the Office of Admission and reports to the Associate Director of Admission - Operations.  This position oversees the first-year applicant workflow using Slate CRM and PeopleSoft SIS. This position assists in coordinating the work of the Operations team and directly supervises one or two student assistants as well as temporary help during our peak application period. The successful candidate will demonstrate exceptional attention to detail, problem-solving and time management skills.

    Primary Responsibilities:

    • Accurately, efficiently and in a timely manner coordinate the processing of all first-year applications and credentials
    • Assist with establishing goals and objectives and identifying and recommending areas of operational improvement
    • Respond to first-year inquiries as required
    • Implement, revise and monitor communication flow (electronic, print) for prospective first-year students and applicants,  including the following email communications: system/application update, form-based application triggers, incomplete application reminders, internal notifications, withdrawal confirmations
    • Confirm and process all admission decisions for first year applications
    • Provide accurate and timely information to others within Enrollment Management and to other offices on campus regarding applications
    • Ensure data integrity of prospective, applicant and matriculated first year student records
    • Troubleshoot and resolve Slate and PeopleSoft application issues by creating and managing system queries and/or working with IT for resolution
    • Process enrollment deposits and withdrawals
    • Matriculate first-year students

    Additional Responsibilities:

    • Serve as liaison to the Learning Resource Center for New Student Registration
    • Serve as liaison to Registration and Records for first-year students’ college transcript credit evaluation
    • Serve as liaison to Student Accounts for first-year enrollment deposits; assists with annual reconciliation
    • Oversee processes for deferred and waitlisted students, as well as decision appeals
    • Collect and analyze first year student data, trends, etc. as requested by campus constituents in order to support enrollment policies and strategies
    • Provide functional guidance to the Operations team
    • Process confidential material
    • Assist in answering telephone inquiries from all callers to Office of Admission
    • Assist in testing first-year applications, including the Common Application
    • Assist in regression testing
    • Develop/revise policies and procedures
    • Monitor budget expenditures
    • Assist in planning and implementation of staff development opportunities
    • Special projects as assigned

    Qualifications and Requirements:

    • Bachelor’s degree
    • Minimum of three years a minimum of three years of full-time, progressively responsible experience in administrative support with an emphasis on database management and customer service
    • Demonstrated ability to use Microsoft Office programs (Word, Excel, Outlook)
    • Excellent organization, customer service, and oral and written communication skills
    • Ability to work Select weekend hours (Open Houses, Scholars Day, etc.)


    • Bachelor’s degree
    • Experience with PeopleSoft (SIS)
    • Experience with Slate (CRM)
    • Higher education experience
    • Supervisory experience
    • Project management experience
    • Experience handling multi-line telephone system
    • Demonstrated ability to take initiative, problem solve, and meet deadlines
    • Ability to collaborate effectively as a member of a goal-oriented team
    • Butler University graduate
    • Fluent in the Spanish language

    Butler University is committed to enhancing the diversity of the student body and our faculty and staff. In addition hiring decisions are made on the basis of an individual's qualifications, past experience, overall performance, and other employment-related criteria. Butler University provides equal opportunities for employment and advancement for all individuals, regardless of age, gender, gender identity, sex, race, religion, color, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation, national origin, or any other legally protected category.

    Advertised: March 26, 2019 
    Applications close: Open Until Filled

  • March 15, 2019 11:20 AM | Anonymous member

    As it celebrates its 50th anniversary Catholic Theological Union possesses a vibrant legacy, a compelling mission, and great institutional strengths. The institution’s academic reputation, the excellence of its curriculum, and the expertise of its distinguished faculty position it to meet the challenges facing theological and ministerial formation in the Church today. Catholic Theological Union is seeking an innovative professional and experienced administrator to serve as its next Vice President for Finance and Operations, and as a member of its executive leadership team.

    The Vice President for Finance and Operations is responsible for the overall administrative management of the non-academic operations of Catholic Theological Union (CTU).  The Vice President for Finance and Operations serves under the direction of the President and works in close collaboration with the Vice President and Academic Dean and the Vice President for Institutional Advancement to ensure the effective administration of the institution, a graduate school of theology and ministry, in accord with its mission and strategic goals.

    The successful candidate will have an entrepreneurial and proactive spirit; be conversant in the strategic use of technology; keep close oversight of the financial well-being of the institution; and have the ability to lead diverse teams, while addressing complex challenges and cultivating shared goals.

    Catholic Theological Union (CTU) is a Roman Catholic graduate school of theology in the Hyde Park neighborhood of Chicago. Its mission is to prepare effective leaders for the Church, ready to witness to Christ’s good news of justice, love, and peace. CTU’s 4,000 vowed religious women and men and lay graduates are serving in 60 countries worldwide.

    Interested candidates should email cover letter and resume to

  • March 15, 2019 11:19 AM | Anonymous member

    Are you inspired by a mission-driven organization preparing future leaders for the Church? Do you have a keen eye for detail and like variety in your day-to-day tasks?

    Join our team of passionate and committed professionals working together to advance the Catholic Theological Union, a graduate school of theology and ministry in the Hyde Park neighborhood of Chicago.  No two days will ever be alike.

    The position of Development Associate reports directly to the Director of Development. This position aids the efforts of targeted fundraising goals, particularly the stewardship and operations of fundraising campaigns.  The position assists in building, maintaining and analyzing the donor base, oversees gift acceptance and acknowledgments and reconciling of accounts.  This team member supports events, donor communications and other advancement activities.  This position is also responsible for overseeing basic office management functions.  This position calls for a commitment to teamwork and mutual support among the school’s departments and across the overall CTU community. 

    Demonstrable computer skills include: Microsoft Office proficiency (specifically Word, Excel and mail merges); database experience; social media and email marketing a plus.

    Catholic Theological Union is one of the largest Roman Catholic graduate schools of theology and ministry in the United States with a diverse and international student body and a variety of academic and pastoral programs at the masters and doctoral level.  For more information about the school, please visit


    Please email cover letter, resume, and salary history, to

    Applications will be reviewed as received until the position is filled.

  • March 15, 2019 8:00 AM | Anonymous member

    College Possible is a growing nonprofit coaching students from low-income backgrounds to and through college to break the cycle of poverty and empower the next generation of leaders. Our model earns top-of-field results: a 2011 Harvard study found that the program more than doubles a student's chance of enrolling in a four-year college, and our students are four times more likely to become college graduates than their low-income peers. College Possible has a budget of nearly $20 million, more than 130 full-time employees and more than 270 AmeriCorps and VISTA service members. During the 2018-19 school year, we will reach an estimated 30,000 students in all 50 states, at more than 90 partner high schools and at more than 350 colleges. 

    Headquartered in Saint Paul, Minnesota, College Possible also operates in Philadelphia, PA; Chicago, IL; Milwaukee, WI; Omaha, NE; and Portland, OR; and has Catalyze partnerships in Minnesota, Iowa and Ohio. We are joining forces with colleges to achieve a transformational impact: by 2021, we will partner with 400 colleges to reach 50,000 students. 

    The Chicago office is comprised of a 33-person program team that currently serves 478 high school students attending 6 CPS partner high schools and 350 students attending nearly 50 local and national partner colleges. By 2021, we will serve 2,000 students.

    College Possible is committed to equity, diversity and inclusion, and seeks to build a diverse workforce to create impact in partnership with the communities we serve.  We welcome a diverse pool of qualified applicants.  For each of its positions, College Possible is mindful about what best serves our students, and seeks to hire staff with relevant experience, skills and aptitude, and a commitment to the power of education.

    To learn more, visit

    Basic Description

    We are seeking a leader to join our successful, growing organization as part of our program leadership team.  The program coordinator helps implement College Possible's programs by supervising, training and supporting 6-8 Service Corps Members, representing the organization at partner high schools and colleges, and building partnerships and cultivating resources to support the mission.

    Essential Job Functions

    Supervise, Train and Support Service Corps Members: Duties include providing daily support, guidance, and oversight to Service Corps Members to ensure excellence in service and programming. Troubleshooting issues as they arise, evaluating performance, gathering feedback, and working in partnership with other staff to ensure the highest quality of service to students and families, partners, and Service Corps Members.  Additionally, the incumbent will coordinate, prepare for, and lead high-quality trainings and weekly meetings for Service Corps Members and support Corps Member morale and productivity.  Moreover, the Program Coordinator will draw contextual connections for Corps Members with their diverse projects, helping them see their connection to our broader program mission.

    Ensure Program Quality and Curriculum Fidelity: Oversee the implementation of projects, student support, and curriculum by Corps Members to ensure fidelity to our program model. Support Service Corps Members in growing as mentors, lesson planners and instructors. Ensure that needed resources are in place to support execution of the program. 

    Develop and Maintain Partner Relationships: Work to build and maintain successful relationships with partner high schools and colleges.  Deliver updates on student progress and ensure College Possible aligns with the needs of the institutions.  Represent College Possible at key meetings and become a conduit for sharing information and best practices between College Possible and the institution.

    Project Management: Oversee key initiatives and support Corps Member involvement in activities such as student recruitment, SAT prep, college transition work, financial aid renewal and college persistence activities.  

    Evaluate, Track and Report on Progress: Assist the program leadership in the weekly tracking of key student success indicators as well as broad annual outcomes related to SAT increases, financial aid registration, college admission, enrollment and persistence.

    Other duties as assigned.

    Professional Requirements (Skills & Qualifications)

    In addition to the requirements below, College Possible staff and service members are expected to demonstrate the Idealistic Leader traits of Strive to be Delightful, Energize those in your Presence, Keep Your Eyes on the Prize, Challenge Cynicism, Practice Empathy, Learn to be Grateful and Have Fun, as expressed in our organizational value statement and have a significant commitment to the mission of helping low-income students earn admission to college and persist toward degree completion.


    • Bachelor's degree required. 

    Related Work Experience:

    • Three years of full-time work experience required;
    • Teaching and/or college admissions experience preferred;
    • Supervisory experience strongly preferred;
    • Experience with AmeriCorps, VISTA, or other service programs preferred;
    • Experience with utilizing data to inform decision-making and evaluate programming;
    • Familiarity with college admissions process, including standardized tests, application process and financial aid as well as project management strongly preferred.

    Computer/Software Skills:

    • Strong computer skills, including demonstrated proficiency in Microsoft Office products.

    Other Skills, Abilities and Requirements:

    • Ability to work well with diverse types of people in a team environment;
    • Eagerness to help low-income young people achieve success;
    • Commitment to helping develop and support AmeriCorps members;
    • Excellent communication, organization, and time management skills;
    • Ability to multitask, meet deadlines, and handle potentially stressful situations calmly and appropriately;
    • Flexibility to work in multiple locations.  Time is split between the College Possible office and affiliated schools;
    • Desire to work in a growing nonprofit organization, ability to adapt, creativity, and commitment to excellence highly valued;
    • Access to reliable transportation required (mileage reimbursement provided).


    Salary commensurate with experience.  Excellent benefits (complete health, dental, life, short-term and long-term insurance, 401(k) retirement plan and generous paid time off program).

    To Apply

    Please apply at:  Include a resume and cover letter.

  • March 13, 2019 4:58 PM | Anonymous member

    DePaul University in Chicago, Illinois is seeking an Associate Director of Admission to join our dynamic team!

    The application for this position can be found on DePaul’s Human Resources website, under Job ID 3493.

    General Summary

    Reporting to the Dean of Undergraduate Admission, the Associate Director plays a leadership role in the development, implementation and monitoring of recruitment strategies designed to attract and enroll an undergraduate class of an appropriate size and mix, as defined by university-wide enrollment goals and the university strategic plan. Oversees the entire Communications function of the Office of Undergraduate Admission. Supervises admission staff, counsels students regarding admission to DePaul, serves on the Admission Committee and the Undergraduate Admission Management Team, participates in on-campus events and manages a recruitment territory.

    Responsibilities & Duties

    • Oversees the entire Communications function of the Office of Undergraduate Admission and develops, manages, and implements a comprehensive, multi-channel, segmented recruitment plan to include direct mail, email, social media, web, phone, text, etc.
    • Leverages the functionality in Slate for outreach, reporting and analysis of all communications efforts.
    • Updates all print publications and coordinates the student search process (name buys) for generating new prospective students.
    • Serves as a liaison to and works closely with University Marketing and Recruitment Systems and Technology, in addition to other university partners (orientation, financial aid, housing, etc) as it relates to outreach to prospective and admitted students.
    • Serves on the Admission Committee, reviewing all marginal applicants and making decisions consistent with university policies and priorities, and as a member of the Undergraduate Admission Management Team, serving as a leader among our staff and creating policies consistent with office goals and professional standards.
    • Recruits selects, trains, manages, and evaluates staff members.
    • Meets with individual staff members on a regular basis, approving vacation hours, overseeing programs and main responsibilities and assists in their overall professional development.
    • Supervises up to five Assistant Directors.
    • Coordinates, facilitates, and participates in on- and off-campus recruitment activities--managing a recruitment territory, implementing outreach efforts to external audiences, counseling prospective students and their families, managing on-campus events, conducting presentations on DePaul and the college search process and collaborating with faculty and staff involved in recruitment functions.
    • Performs other duties as assigned.

    Education & Experience

    • Bachelor's degree.
    • 5+ years of experience in Admission with demonstrated management skills.
    • 3+ years of experience in a marketing/communications role with an understanding of print, social media, and CRM systems.
    • Experience giving presentations to a variety of audiences.

    Preferred Requirements

    • Master’s degree.
    • Experience with Slate.

    Managerial Responsibilities

    • Recruits selects, trains, manages, and evaluates staff members.
    • Meets with individual staff members on a regular basis, approving vacation hours, overseeing programs and main responsibilities and assist in their overall professional development.
    • Supervises five Assistant Directors and two student interns.

    Certifications & Licenses

    • Valid driver's license.

    Other Skills & Abilities Required

    • Knowledge of Microsoft office suite.
    • Knowledge of student database management systems.
    • Experience utilizing Slate preferred.
    • Ability to manage several projects simultaneously while meeting aggressive deadlines.
    • Excellent verbal, written and interpersonal communication skills.
    • Strong counseling and group presentation skills.
    • Creative and energetic person committed to working in a team environment.
    • Knowledge of higher education, academic programs and admission practices.
    • Ability to participate in a fast-paced, creative, change-oriented and success-driven environment.

    Physical Requirements

    • Periodically spends extended periods standing.
    • Occasionally lifts more than 25 pounds.

    Additional Information

    • Position requires some evening and weekend work, travel and access to a vehicle.
    • Travel between two traditional residential campuses is required.

    Salary & Benefits Package:

    DePaul offers a comprehensive package including competitive pay and benefits to attract and retain the best talent in order to further the University's mission.

    Required Background Check:

    Employment at DePaul University is contingent on passing a background check. Only final candidates who are extended an offer of employment will undergo a background check.

    Mandated Reporting of Child Abuse & Neglect:

    Upon accepting an offer of employment with the university, you will also be required to sign an Acknowledgement of Mandated Reporter Status at the time of hire. A mandated reporter is required to make a report to the Illinois DCFS Hotline whenever there is reasonable cause to believe that a child known to them in their professional or official capacity may be abused or neglected. 

    Multicultural Statement

    At DePaul University, we are looking for candidates who want to join us in our mission to provide access to education for all. Successful candidates welcome ideas and perspectives from colleagues and students representing a wide variety of cultures, backgrounds, religious beliefs, and experiences. We seek collaborative, open-minded and hard working professionals to work in a real world urban learning environment. Are you exceptional, yet modest and open to challenges? We seek achievers and leaders that want to bring their passion and skills to our well-respected community of approachable colleagues. Build your career with us.   

    DePaul University is an Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, ethnicity, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, marital status, physical or mental disability, protected veteran status, genetic information or any other legally protected status, in accordance with applicable federal, state and local EEO laws.

  • March 12, 2019 5:32 PM | Anonymous member

    Lawrence University (Appleton, WI) is seeking to fill three exciting admissions positions, both on campus and regional:

    Assistant Director of Admissions - Lawrence seeks a talented, enthusiastic, creative professional to join our collaborative and student-centered admissions team in Appleton, WI. The assistant director builds relationships with students and their families, successfully representing both the College of Liberal Arts and Science as well as the Conservatory of Music. A successful candidate will be self-motivated and goal-oriented with a bias toward action to take on significant projects and program coordination. This position contributes to the greater institutional mission to prepare students for lifelong learning, meaningful citizenship, personal fulfillment and lives of achievement in a diverse learning community. Click the position link for more information.

    Assistant/Associate Director Western Regional Representative - Lawrence seeks a smart, enthusiastic, and creative professional who will bring a unique perspective to the admissions team as the university strives to significantly expand our admission presence within the growing markets of the western United States. The representative will be physically based in the geographic area they manage. Project responsibilities and title commensurate with experience. Click the position link for more information.

    Conservatory of Music Admissions Fellow - The Conservatory Admissions Fellow position is an 11 month full-time hourly position based in Appleton, designed to grow future professionals through extensive professional training and experience while supporting the Admissions recruitment goals. Click the position link for more information.

  • March 12, 2019 3:32 PM | Anonymous member

    Roosevelt University has two vacancies for transfer admission counselors.  These positions will be home based at the Chicago campus and will service transfer students from the Chicago and West Suburbs areas.

    Counselors are responsible duties including but not limited to
    • On and off campus travel and recruitment
    • Prospective student appointments
    • Application reviews and scholarship evaluation
    • Guiding prospective students through the undergraduate admission and enrollment process

     Additional details about the positions can be found at posting number S0000638.  

    Jazmine L Ross

    Senior Associate Director of Undergraduate Admission

    Roosevelt University

    Phone: 312-341-2112

  • March 11, 2019 2:59 PM | Anonymous member

    The Manager of Campus Visit Experiences will provide leadership and direction resulting in a visit experience that exceeds the expectations of 2,500 prospective student visitors annually. Responsibilities include developing and managing all aspects of daily campus tours, annual Open House and Preview Day programs, group visits and events, and assisting and meeting with prospective students, families, and guests during walk-in visits. The position also includes managing a recruitment territory in the Upper Peninsula and assisting homeschool students with the application and enrollment process. The ideal candidate will bring enthusiasm to daily presentations, be incredibly organized, solve problems before they happen, and provide a warm and welcoming atmosphere for visitors—continuing the tradition of Michigan Tech offering one of the best visit experiences in the country.

    For more information, visit:

  • March 06, 2019 11:54 AM | Anonymous member

    Reporting to an Associate Director in Undergraduate Admission, the Assistant Director is responsible for executing targeted recruitment activities and strategies designed to attract and enroll an undergraduate population of the projected enrollment plan to the university. This position manages a recruitment territory, counsels prospective students and their families, and assists in evaluating transcripts and recommending admission decisions. 

    The Assistant Director also conducts reporting via SLATE, and contributes to the advancement of DePaul's recruitment strategies and initiatives, which includes project management of campus visits/events.

    Responsibilities & Duties
    • Executes targeted recruitment activities and strategies designed to attract and enroll an undergraduate population of a predetermined size and mix, as defined by the university's enrollment goals and strategic plan. 
    • Executes targeted outreach efforts to attract prospective students.
    • Counseling and advising prospective students about undergraduate education opportunities at DePaul through telephone calls, regularly scheduled appointments, information sessions, open houses and admission events. 
    • Conducts reporting via SLATE and project manages one of the following areas: marketing and communications, outreach to strategic mission populations, campus visits/events, recruitment initiatives for high-achieving applicants, or the management of an Inbound Call Center. 
    • Performs other duties as assigned.

    Education & Experience

    • Bachelor's degree.
    • 3+ years of direct, progressive and successful experience with college marketing, recruiting, and/or admission practices.
    Preferred Requirements
    • Master's degree.
    • 5 years of direct, progressive and successful experience with college marketing, recruiting, and/or admission practices.
    Managerial Responsibilities
    • Based on the needs of the department, supervision of a full-time staff member or student intern may be required.
    Certifications & Licenses
    • Valid driver's license.
    Other Skills & Abilities Reqd

    Competencies Expected

    Functional Competency Expectations:

    • Advising & Counseling (Intermediate)
    • Audience Awareness (Basic)
    • Consultation & Influence (Basic) 
    • Customer Service (Basic)
    • Data management (Basic)

    Foundational Competency Expectations:

    • Effective Communication (Intermediate)
    • Collaboration & Teamwork (Basic) 
    • Cultural Awareness & Sensitivity to Diversity (Basic)
    • Judgment & Decision-Making (Basic)
    • Mission Focus & Institutional Knowledge (Basic)
    • Project Management & Organization (Basic)
    • Relationship & Network Building (Basic)

    Sustaining Competency Expectations:

    • Continuous Improvement (Intermediate)
    • Learning Agility (Intermediate)
    • Self-Awareness (Intermediate)
    • Change Acumen (Basic)
    • Conflict Management (Basic)
    • Systems Thinking (Basic)

    Strategic Competency Expectations:

    • Creativity & Innovative Thinking (Basic)
    Physical Requirements
    • Regularly be able to stand for extended periods of time.
    • Ability to periodically lift 25 pound (boxes of recruitment materials).
    Other Attachments

    You may upload other attachments (Transcripts, Portfolios, Writing samples) in the "My Activities" tab of your profile.

    Additional Information
    • Requires travel, a valid driver's license, and use of a cell phone. Travel between DePaul campuses is required, and will include several community colleges or high schools in and around the Chicagoland area. 
    • Evening and weekend work, as needed.

    To review full position description, please visit:

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