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  • October 02, 2019 8:48 AM | Anonymous member

    The University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign is seeking to hire an Assistant Director or Senior Assistant Director in the Office of Undergraduate Admissions Chicago Satellite office. Reporting to the Associate Director for Recruitment and Outreach, this position will manage recruitment and outreach in the greater Chicagoland area for both freshmen and transfer admissions. This position serves as the primary resource on undergraduate admissions issues with regards to the Chicago Public School (CPS) System.  

    Locus of Operation - Chicago metropolitan area.

    For full job, description, qualifications, and to apply, please visit the Illinois academic job board.  The deadline to apply is Wednesday, October 23rd.

    Please let me know if you have any questions.

    Sincerely,

    BRIAN HODGES
    Senior Associate Director
     
    Office of Undergraduate Admissions
    University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
    Office of Undergraduate Admissions
    901 W. Illinois St. | M/C 061

    Urbana, IL 61801
    217.300.3018 | bshodges@illinois.edu
    admissions.illinois.edu
     
                     



  • September 30, 2019 4:53 PM | Anonymous member

    DEADLINE EXTENDED TO OCTOBER 16 

    School Counselor

    University Laboratory High School

    University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

     

    The University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign invites applications for the position of School Counselor at University Laboratory High School. University Laboratory High School is a 5-year public school for 325 select students – including a subfreshman class. As a member of the University Laboratory High School Student Services Office, the School Counselor will provide a comprehensive school counseling program. This includes school counseling curriculum, individual student planning, and responsive services and system support for students in grades subfreshman (7-8) through grade 12.

     

    The University of Illinois is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action employer. Minorities, women, veterans and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply. For more information, visit http://go.illinois.edu/EEO

     

    This is a full-time, benefits eligible, 10-month Academic Professional position paid out over 12 months. As a 10-month employee, there are two months of non-service during the summer and therefore no vacation accrual. This does not impact benefits or sick leave. Salary is commensurate with experience and qualifications. The start date is as soon as possible after the close of the search.

     

    Duties and Responsibilities:

    Direct Services with Students, Family, & Faculty 

    • Provide counseling and advising for students that fosters the development and formation of the whole student and expresses care for each individual.
    • Meet with students to develop an academic plan and conduct course registration.
    • Actively work to assist students with academic performance needs/concerns in conjunction with teachers, parents and administration.
    • Assist students to identify interests and abilities and explore passions by utilizing various resources.
    • Guide students in their participation in school, leadership, summer and service activities.
    • Assist students in making a healthy transition from their previous school to Uni High and to their post-graduation options.
    • Write letters of recommendation for students.
    • Work with students to help find solutions for personal concerns/challenges related to home and family relations, peer relationships, health and emotional well-being.
    • Address personal, behavioral, and emotional concerns - meeting with students individually. Talking with families and making referrals for more in-depth counseling if needed.
    • Consult with faculty, helping to develop specific action plans to address individual student needs. "In-service faculty on related topics, when necessary.

     

    Program Planning 

    • Design, deliver, assess and revise a planned sequential and developmentally appropriate school counseling curriculum. Collaborate with departments within Uni and various units on the University of Illinois campus that support the counseling mission and assist with delivery of services to students, families and faculty.

     

    Crisis Intervention 

    • Respond to crisis situations: serve on Crisis Management Team

     

    Community Connection and Outreach

    • Identify outside services our students/families can utilize and coordinate follow-up when outside counseling has been referred.

     

    Case Management/Special Education Services 

    • Read and evaluate psycho-educational and standardized testing reports.
    • Ensure that all services and programs meet the highest ethical and professional standards in accordance with the American School Counseling Association and the National Association for College Admissions Counseling.

     

    Qualifications:

    Required – 

    • Master’s degree in a counseling-related field (School Counseling, Social Work)
    • Outstanding counseling, teaching, group process, interpersonal, public speaking and written communication, advising and problem-solving skills.
    • Sensitivity to the academic and personal needs of students.
    • Ability to plan and implement effective and innovation lessons.
    • High degree of energy.
    • An understanding of and commitment to the mission and vision of University Laboratory High School.

     

    Preferred –

    • Illinois School personnel certificate (Type 73).
    • Counseling experience in high school setting.
    • Knowledge and awareness of high school age developmental, intellectual, and social issues, including special education issues and needs.
    • Experience working with academically talented and high achieving students.

     

    Application Process:

    Please complete your candidate profile at https://jobs.illinois.edu and upload a cover letter, resume, and three professional references. To ensure full consideration, applications must be received by October 16, 2019. Interviews may begin prior to the close of the search, however, no hiring decision will be made prior to the close of the search. For further information regarding application procedures please contact Jennifer Steiling at steiling@illinois.edu.

     

    This is a security-sensitive position. The University of Illinois conducts criminal background checks on all job candidates upon acceptance of a contingent offer.

    College Name or Administrative Unit:

    Office of the Provost 

    Category:

    Education and Student Services

    Title:

    School Counselor - University Laboratory High School (120975) 

    Open Date:

    09/06/2019 

    Close Date:

    10/16/2019 

    Organization Name:

    University Laboratory HS

  • September 30, 2019 1:20 PM | Anonymous member

    The University of Oklahoma is currently looking for a new team member in Central Texas to serve as an Admissions Counselor for our National Recruitment Team. This position is based in Austin and will work from the selected candidates home. More information can be found in the posting linked below.

    https://ou.taleo.net/careersection/2/jobdetail.ftl?job=192925&tz=GMT-05%3A00&tzname=America%2FChicago

  • September 30, 2019 9:23 AM | Anonymous member

    Recruitment & Relationship Manager, Accelerators Program ​Salaried / Exempt, Full-time Position

    Summary: The Golden Apple Foundation’s Recruitment and Relationship Manager will be responsible for the recruitment and relationship management with Institutions of Higher Education to launch the Golden Apple Accelerators program. The manager will recruit seniors in college, as well as those with Bachelor’s degrees to join a residency program and concurrent teacher licensure program that will prepare future teachers for teaching jobs in southern, central, and western Illinois.

    Reports to:​ Director of Recruitment

    Essential Duties & Responsibilities:

    ● Develop relationships with Institutions of Higher Education (IHE) to facilitate access to senior-level students in targeted areas that may desire to teach in southern, central, or western Illinois.

    ● Maintain relationships with partner districts to facilitate the recruitment of adults with Bachelor’s degrees who will return to those target communities to teach.

    ● Develop and manage recruitment strategies and processes to generate applications from qualified candidates to meet goals for volume and quality.

    ● Attend, schedule and determine coverage for campus visits, career fairs and information sessions throughout southern, central, and western Illinois.

    ● Design strategies and implement initiatives to reach prospective candidates via all relevant multi-media channels

    ● Organize and coordinate the selection process for Accelerators.

    ● Support the transition of newly inducted Accelerators into the coursework from partner IHEs.

    ● Utilize data and analytics to monitor the applicant flow through the admissions process at the IHE and the effectiveness of marketing campaigns.

    ● Other duties as assigned by the Golden Apple Foundation, Director of Recruitment or Chief of Staff.

    Skills & Qualifications:

    ● Bachelor’s Degree required

    ● Ability to work independently with strong problem solving skills

    ● Ability to communicate and interact effectively verbally and in-writing with team members and management

    ● Possess clear and concise oral and written communication skills

    ● Demonstrate organizational skills, ability to follow processes and attention to detail

    ● Strong computer and Internet proficiency, including Microsoft Office, social media tools and database applications (i.e., FileMaker Pro, AcademicWorks knowledge desired)

    ● Strong entrepreneurial attitude including drive for results and proven ability to stay focused on goals

    ● Previous experience working in a fast-paced, quick turnaround environment

    ● Must have a valid Driver’s license

    ● Familiarity with rural communities in Illinois

    Contact:​ Please submit a cover letter and resume to Pam Witmer at ​pwitmer@goldenapple.org

    Golden Apple Foundation is in compliance with all applicable EEOC laws. Representation of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable an individual with a disability to perform the essential functions.


  • September 26, 2019 8:31 AM | Anonymous

    Harper College is one of the nation’s premier community colleges and one of the largest, serving more than 35,000 students annually in Chicago’s northwest suburbs. 

    Harper College is currently seeking applications for the Admissions Specialist Adult Engagement position. The Admissions Specialist Adult Engagement will be responsible for student outreach activities aimed at the general adult prospective student populations who live and work within the Harper District. You will place special emphasis on identifying, connecting with and supporting underrepresented adult student populations. This includes developing and implementing an annual adult student recruitment plan designed to increase Harper College awareness and increase prospective student inquiries within key target markets. You will also manage the utilization of the Harper College mobile unit and schedule/coordinate community events throughout the year.

    Requirements include:

    • Bachelor's Degree in Business, communication or related field
    • Experience in educational recruiting or community/business development planning.
    • Ability to manage multiple priorities and attention to detail essential.
    • Must possess strong presentation, written and interpersonal communication skills
    •  Bilingual preferred.
    • At least 3 years of experience preferred. 

    To learn more about this position and apply, visit us at: http://jobs.harpercollege.edu/cw/en-us/job/493553?lApplicationSubSourceID=

    Harper College is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Women, ethnic minorities and persons with disabilities are encouraged to apply.


  • September 20, 2019 1:41 PM | Anonymous member

    DePaul University, the nation’s largest Catholic university serving nearly 22,000 students from around the city of Chicago and around the world, invites applications for the position of Vice President for Enrollment Management.  This chief enrollment officer will create a vision of how to achieve DePaul’s strategic priorities, collaborate extensively across campus, and further the storied tradition of cutting-edge enrollment management practices that have become part of the fabric of DePaul’s success.  The Vice President for Enrollment Management will oversee a division of more than 215 full-time and 26 part-time employees in the following areas: undergraduate admission, graduate and adult admission, financial aid, career center, enrollment systems and operations, recruitment systems and technology, office of the university registrar, center for access and attainment, along with division planning and management.  In addition, the Vice President for Enrollment Management collaborates extensively with University Marketing and Communications to effectively align and prioritize recruitment and enrollment goals with marketing initiatives that advance the university’s brand and image.   

    Reporting to the University’s Provost, the Vice President for Enrollment Management serves as an administrative officer of the university and sits as a member of the President’s cabinet.  The Vice President will also be an integral voice on the Joint Council. 


    THE OPPORTUNITY: RESPONSIBILITIES AND DESIRED SKILLS

    The successful candidate for Vice President for Enrollment Management should possess significant experience in higher education enrollment management, with progressive management responsibilities over time.  Candidates should have a record of enrollment success, along with an ability to communicate and apply that knowledge and experience to the DePaul environment.  An advanced degree is required and a terminal degree is preferred.

    The Vice President will be a dynamic, data-driven, collaborative professional who is highly motivated to reach new student populations to impact enrollment and achieve greater visibility for the institution. Additionally, candidates should have strong leadership qualities with an inclusive nature and the ability to foster solutions for a complex and exciting enrollment scene.  The ability to widely engage the DePaul University community in partnership is required. 

    As a tuition-dependent institution with approximately 87 percent of revenue generated through tuition, the importance of this role cannot be overstated.  To achieve DePaul’s enrollment goals, the next Vice President of Enrollment Management will:

     

    • Possess knowledge of current enrollment trends and market realities (reflected locally, regionally, nationally and internationally) and can interpret the landscape in light of DePaul’s academic offerings. 
    • Be ready to create differential strategies for growth based on the University’s varied programs and populations that benefit all and that foster diversified offerings consistent with DePaul and attractive in the market.  
    • Hold a deep appreciation for the Urban, Vincentian and Catholic mission of DePaul, its history, and how it relates to prospective students for the undergraduate, graduate and law programs.  
    • Oversee the effective allocation of need-based and merit-based financial assistance for attracting and retaining students to DePaul. 
    • Use information effectively and spearhead a sophisticated data-informed framework for institutional measures of success relating to new student enrollment, leveraging financial aid and institutional resources, retention, and career outcomes. 
    • Bring flexibility, fresh perspective, and deep experience in the field of enrollment management.  
    • Provide clarity and transparency of purpose for the division.  Serve as a mentor, engender mentorship in others and advocate for the work of the division. 

    THE UNIVERSITY

    Founded in 1898, DePaul continues to rise to new levels of academic achievement and national recognition. The university has 10 colleges and schools and more than 300 undergraduate, graduate and law degree programs on two major campuses: Lincoln Park Campus and the Loop Campus, both in the city of Chicago. The urban location gives rise to critical partnerships for research and study, along with significant opportunities for students to secure internships and employment.

    The Vincentian mission to serve the public good and give people of all ethnicities and backgrounds the opportunity to receive a college education remains at the heart of the university.  DePaul’s current strategic plan reflects those values: Grounded in Mission -- The Plan for DePaul 2024.  These six strategic priorities speak to both history and a future focus of high ideals by promoting and ensuring the success of a diverse community of learners.

    For additional information about the university, connect to https://www.depaul.edu/

    TO APPLY OR NOMINATE

    Napier Executive Search is assisting DePaul University with the search for the Vice President for Enrollment Management.  To arrange for a confidential conversation, contact Laura Robinson (laura.robinson@napiersearch.com) or Mary Napier (mary.napier@napiersearch.com).  Candidates who plan to apply should send a resume, a detailed letter outlining interest in DePaul University and emphasizing their track record of enrollment success, and contact information for three professional references by email to depaul@napiersearch.com by October 31 for best consideration.  Screening will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled. All applications and nominations will be considered confidential and notice will be given before references are contacted. 


    You can view a full Position Announcement at https://napiersearch.com/depaul-university/


    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.





  • September 19, 2019 3:24 PM | Anonymous member

    Position:  Associate Director of Enrollment Management

    Supervisor:  Senior Director of Enrollment Management

    Hiring Administrator:  Vice President for Institutional Advancement

    Category:  Administrative

    Grounded in the mission and values of Catholic Theological Union, the Associate Director of Enrollment Operations has responsibility for internal process and communication around enrollment and financial aid systems.

    Under the direction of the Senior Director of Enrollment Management, the Associate Director is responsible for managing admissions data systems and processes along with the strategic oversight for inbound and outbound data flow to contribute to the institution’s goal of increasing the yield of applications for admission and retention of current students. The Associate Director will play a key role in overseeing an exciting initiative, Ministry Placement, a strategic plan being developed to enhance recruitment and student career development.  The Associate Director also supervises and coordinates the work of the Admissions and Financial Aid Coordinator.

    Together with the Enrollment Management team, the Associate Director will set the standard for excellent customer service to new and returning students with questions or issues regarding admissions, enrollment, and financial aid.

    The Associate Director reports to the Senior Director of Enrollment Management and works in collaboration with the offices of the Registrar, Vice President and Academic Dean, Assistant Dean, Finance Department, Director of Information Technology, and Program Directors.

    Specific Duties and Responsibilities

    1.  Oversee inquiry intake and communications process online, by phone or in person.

    2.  Coordinate admission application process, including documentation and throughput.

    3.  Manage the application process for and make recommendations on the distribution of financial aid/scholarship, at the direction of the Senior Director of Enrollment.

    4.  Review assigned admission applications and make decision recommendations.

    5.  Manage and make recommendations of the CRM technology for the department. Collaborate with colleagues in Information Technology to ensure the data integrity of the EMP.

    6.  Prepare regular admissions and pipeline reports of inquiries, applicants and matriculants.

    7.  Support all volunteer, open house and student ambassador programs on campus.

    8.  Oversee implementation of a cross-departmental initiative, “Ministry Placement,” leveraging program in recruitment efforts, managing the compulsory mentoring program, and establishing partnerships with employers and partners.

    9.  In consultation with the Assistant Dean, provide guidance to students inquiring about graduate theological education. The Associate Director of Enrollment Management should have intimate knowledge of CTU’s degree, certificate and continuing education programs as well as their application to ministerial and theological roles or careers.

    Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Required

    1.  Two-three years’ experience in higher education administration or operations.

    2.  Proven mastery of Microsoft Office software, particularly Excel.

    3.   Demonstrated ability to conceptualize, design, implement, manage and evaluate institutional Enrollment Management processes, policies and procedures.

    4.  Familiarity with higher education administration, strategic enrollment concepts and programs.

    5.  At home in a Catholic graduate school of theology and is committed to its mission.

    6.  Strong skills in building and maintaining good working relationships with faculty and staff.

    7.  Strong organizational skills.

    8.  Ability to work with diverse populations and various education levels.

    9.  Master’s degree preferred.

    Please submit your resumes and cover letters to sfleming@ctu.edu. Only resumes with cover letters will be accepted.

  • September 12, 2019 9:19 AM | Anonymous member

    Senior Assistant Director of Recruitment for Southern Florida - Office of Undergraduate Admissions, Indiana University

    The Senior Assistant Director will develop, coordinate, implement, and participate in the recruitment efforts and admissions-related initiatives that serve to advance the undergraduate enrollment goals for the Bloomington campus, with a specific targeted recruitment territory of Southern Florida. This position will represent the university at Southern Florida recruitment events, manage recruitment resources; review applications for that territory, interpret admissions criteria, and makes admissions decisions. Participates in department planning, campus committees and task forces, and engages in professional development activities.

    This position will develop and implement a strategic recruitment plan that encompasses strategies for attracting high-quality undergraduate students to the IU Bloomington campus by determining the number of prospects, applications and admits needed to complete this target through the analysis of the area, demographic shifts, and state/national issues. The position will continually evaluate the recruitment process on an on-going basis to ensure goals are met and take actions consistent with analysis and make modifications to the overall approach.

    Apply Here: https://iujobs.peopleadmin.com/postings/78465


  • September 12, 2019 9:18 AM | Anonymous member

    Senior Assistant Director of Recruitment for Northern California, Office of Undergraduate Admissions, Indiana University

    The Senior Assistant Director will develop, coordinate, implement, and participate in the recruitment efforts and admissions-related initiatives that serve to advance the undergraduate enrollment goals for the Bloomington campus, with a specific targeted recruitment territory of Northern California. This position will represent the university at Northern California recruitment events, manage recruitment resources; review applications for that territory, interpret admissions criteria, and makes admissions decisions. Participates in department planning, campus committees and task forces, and engages in professional development activities.

    This position will develop and implement a strategic recruitment plan that encompasses strategies for attracting high-quality undergraduate students to the IU Bloomington campus by determining the number of prospects, applications and admits needed to complete this target through the analysis of the area, demographic shifts, and state/national issues. The position will continually evaluate the recruitment process on an on-going basis to ensure goals are met and take actions consistent with analysis and make modifications to the overall approach.

    Apply Here: https://iujobs.peopleadmin.com/postings/78464


  • September 12, 2019 9:16 AM | Anonymous member

    Senior Assistant Director of Recruitment, Office of Undergraduate Admissions and the O'Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs, Indiana University

    The Senior Assistant Director will develop, coordinate, implement, and participate in the recruitment efforts and admissions-related initiatives that serve to advance the undergraduate enrollment goals for the Bloomington campus, with specific responsibilities (equaling approximately 65%) dedicated to the strategic recruitment and enrollment needs of the O’Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs.

    This position will develop and implement a strategic recruitment plan that encompasses strategies for attracting high-quality undergraduate students to the IU Bloomington campus and the O’Neill School, including the Civic Leaders Living-Learning Center (CLC). The Senior Assistant Director will coordinate Direct Admission and scholarship allocation processes for the O’Neill School while working with the Office of Enrollment Management’s and the O’Neill School’s marketing and communications to develop full range of marketing materials, strategic communications, and events.

    This position manages a recruitment territory by representing the university at recruitment events, both on- and off-campus, and manages recruitment resources; reviews applications for that territory, interprets admissions criteria, and makes admissions decisions. Participates in department planning, campus committees and task forces, and engages in professional development activities.

    Apply Here: https://iujobs.peopleadmin.com/postings/77443



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