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  • February 14, 2019 2:49 PM | Anonymous member
    • This position implements recruitment and yield programming for prospective students and recently admitted first-year and transfer students across the array of undergraduate academic programs that span the humanities, social sciences, natural sciences, interdisciplinary programs, and pre-professional preparation areas. In partnership with College Student Affairs’ administrators, prospective and admitted student yield programming will include the value of a liberal arts education in preparation for active citizenship and career development. The Assistant Director will collaborate with campus recruitment, student success programs, faculty, directors of undergraduate studies, departmental staff, the Dean’s Undergraduate Student Advisory Board, and LAS Student Academic Affairs staff.

      The Assistant Director will manage the daily operations of the College’s first-year student success seminar which promotes student success, enhances belonging, and increases retention. The Assistant Director will assist with curriculum development; conduct training and professional development; recruit, interview and hire course instructors; enhance program assessment and evaluation; coordinate marketing and communication strategies with first-year students, instructors, and campus partners.

      Job Responsibilities (Essential Duties)

      Recruitment & Yield

      ·         Develop and implement a full-range of recruitment and yield strategies to attract prospective first-year and transfer students, to meet the enrollment needs and targets of the College, including Open House, Ignite: Admitted Student Day, Preview Days, LAS Admitted Visits and more.

      ·         Design strategic practices that can improve enrollment efforts in the College Liberal Arts and Sciences, including outreach, special events, and communication strategies. 

      ·         Develop new initiatives to connect with LAS prospective and admitted students, including, innovative recruitment strategies to reach diverse student populations.

      ·         Supervise student workers to execute College recruitment and enrollment activities.

      ·         Coordinate and collaborate with Liberal Arts and Sciences academic department faculty, Heads, Director of Undergraduate Studies in College outreach and enrollment efforts. 

      ·         Engage in local outreach efforts with high school teachers and counselors to develop relationships with target feeder high schools. Build and nurture increasing numbers of new relationships with local high schools. 

      ·         Meet with prospective and admitted students and families, provide insight about life as a Liberal Arts and Science student via in-person appointments, phone, email, social media. 

      Engagement: First-Year Seminar

      ·         Manage the daily operations of the College’s first-year student success seminar, LAS 110 (Success in the City) and supervise 45-80 LAS 110 instructors.

      ·         Recruit, interview and hire course instructors including UIC academic professionals and Liberal Arts and Sciences graduate teaching assistants.

      ·         Conduct training and professional development opportunities for new and returning instructors to support their teaching experience, provide ongoing class updates and program coordination. 

      ·         Assist with curriculum development, learning outcomes, program assessment and evaluation to continue to enhance and improve first-year seminar course.

      ·         Coordinate marketing and communication strategies with first-year students, including recruitment efforts, the weekly LAS 110 News, website, social media.

      ·         Collaborate and sustain relationships with campus partners including the Academic Center for Excellence, Center for Student Involvement, Student Success Initiatives, and more. 

      ·         Develop teaching assignment schedules, coordinate with classroom scheduling, LAS Academic Affairs, LAS IT.

      Additional Responsibilities

      ·         Participate in College of Liberal Arts and Sciences and UIC committees to enhance recruitment and student engagement (Admissions Committee, Student Success Initiative, Career Development, etc). 

      ·         Involvement in local, state, and national professional associations, including recruitment and admissions (ex. Illinois Association for College Admission Counseling, National Association for College Admission Counseling) and first-year student experience initiatives (ex. Midwest First-Year Conference, National Resource Center for First-Year Experience).

      ·         Plan, assign and review work of staff to ensure that group objectives are met. Hire, train, develop and manage staff to ensure that a qualified staff exists to meet group objectives. 

    • ·         Perform other related duties and participate in special projects as assigned.

    Job Knowledge & Skills, Education, Experience

    A minimum of a Bachelor’s degree in Liberal Arts and Sciences, Education, Public Administration or related field required; Master’s degree preferred. 

    A minimum of 3 years experience in curriculum development and instruction. Full-time employment experience in higher education administration. 

    Experience working with diverse students.
    Excellent communication (both oral and written) skills.
    Strong organizational skills.
    Strong public speaking skills.
    Familiarity with student information and content management systems required. 

    For fullest consideration, please submit an on-line application at click on the job board and then the job and upload a resume, cover letter and the names and emails for three references by March 6, 2019.

    The University of Illinois at Chicago is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer, dedicated to the goal of building a culturally diverse pluralistic faculty and staff committed to teaching in a multicultural environment.  We strongly encourage applications from women, minorities, individuals with disabilities and covered veterans. The University may conduct background checks on all job candidates upon acceptance of a contingent offer. Background checks will be conducted in compliance with the Fair Credit Reporting Act.

  • February 11, 2019 11:29 AM | Anonymous member

    The Division of Enrollment Management invites applications for an energetic and highly motivated admission professional to join our recruitment team. This position will be based on campus (Peoria, IL).

    Position responsibilities include but are not limited to:

    • Representing the University to prospective students and the general public with the highest degree of professionalism through an array of outreach programs and recruitment activities
    • Traveling for up to 7 weeks per year to engage and inform prospective students and their families as well as develop positive educational partnerships and working relationships with high school and community college guidance counselors
    • Advising prospective students and family members about admission criteria, financial assistance process and other critical factors in the college decision process
    • Participating in a variety of projects and events related to student recruitment both on and off campus
    • Reviewing and assessing applications and making university admission and scholarship decisions
    • Analyzing current and historical admissions results and trends within the geographic territory and develop and implement strategies to surpass enrollment goals
    • Utilizing CRM Slate to maintain updated records and communication with students, parents and school counselors.

    Bachelor's degree (B.A.) from a four-year college or university

    • Those with previous admissions experience will be strongly considered.
    • Professionals with 3-5 years admission experience and demonstrated territory management success will be considered for the position of Assistant Director.

    Candidates must possess the following skills and abilities:

    • Strong interpersonal and communication skills are required, both written and oral, as well as high-level sophistication and maturity in social and professional settings.
    • Demonstrated ability to manage multiple projects; flexible and comfortable in a fast-paced environment, with excellent follow through.
    • Ability to work independently as well as within a team environment. Strong analytical and independent decision-making ability is required.
    • Entrepreneurial spirit, positive attitude, and energy to implement new strategies and meet ambitious goals.
    • Strong organization skills, with keen attention to detail.
    • Willingness to travel and work evenings and weekends.

    Due to the nature of this position, evening and weekend work can be expected throughout the year, especially during the fall and spring. Candidates should also be prepared to travel overnight based upon the geographic territory assigned and must possess a valid US driver’s license. While the majority of the work is done sitting or standing, the ability to lift boxes weighing up to 40 pounds is also necessary. Candidates may need to access Non-ADA compliant buildings. Candidates must demonstrate strong oral, written, and interpersonal communication skills; the ability to work independently and within a team environment; possess strong analytical and independent decision making ability; as well as the ability to work with a diverse population. Working knowledge of MS Office applications is required.

    Bradley University is a top-ranked, private university in Peoria, Illinois, offering 5,400 undergraduate and graduate students the opportunities, choices and resources of a larger university and the personal attention and exceptional learning experience of a smaller university.  Bradley offers a comprehensive array of undergraduate and graduate academic programs in business, communications, education, engineering, fine arts, health sciences, liberal arts and sciences, and technology. The University is located on an 85-acre campus in the largest metropolitan area in central Illinois.

    Qualified candidates should submit a cover letter that addresses the qualifications of the position, resume and complete contact information for three professional references electronically to:  Applications from third party web sites will not be accepted.

    To ensure full consideration, application materials should be received by February 22, 2019.  While the review of applications will begin immediately, applications will be accepted until position is filled.

    Employment with Bradley University is contingent upon the satisfactory completion of a criminal background check.

    Bradley University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. The administration, faculty and staff are committed to attracting qualified candidates from underrepresented groups.  

  • February 08, 2019 1:44 PM | Anonymous member

    Title: Assistant Director Admissions-Transfer  

    Posting Number: 0604877  

    Department: Admissions  

    Grade: E  

    Job Type: Full Time,Regular  

    Pay Type: Exempt  

    Salary Range:Pay is commensurate with qualifications and experience, combined with an excellent benefits package.  

    Major Duties

    General summary: Shares responsibility for directing and coordinating strategies to recruit and enroll transfer students to support the University's transfer enrollment and retention goals. The position leads a team of transfer recruiters, manages a recruitment territory, and works with university partners to ensure articulations and transfer guides are created and used effectively to ensure a smooth transition to the University. 

    - Manages the development and implementation of strategies to recruit and enroll transfer students in support of the University's transfer enrollment and retention goals.   

    - Conducts research on application activity and analyzes market trends to formulate recruitment and yield strategies.   

    - Assists with setting numerical application and enrollment goals and develops and oversees the execution of initiatives designed to accomplish enrollment goals.   

    - Partners with team member(s) who develop and maintain online transfer guides. Coordinates process to strategically complete and use articulation policies and agreements to recruit and enroll transfer students.  Oversees the implementation of practices and procedures to ensure compliance with the statewide Michigan Transfer Agreement. 

    - Oversees the development and implementation of a communication plan designed to support transfer recruitment strategies.  Interprets and communicates University transfer admission policies to both internal and external customers, community college advisors and administrators.   

    - Develops and implements operational policies and procedures related to the recruitment and yield of transfer students.  Hires, trains, and supervises transfer recruiters. 

    - Develops and implements operational policies and procedures related to the recruitment and yield of transfer students.  Hires, trains, and supervises transfer recruiters. 

    - Manages a transfer recruitment territory.  Serve as primary representative to recruit and yield students from that geographical area.  Reviews applications and makes admission decisions.  Builds and maintains relationships with community colleges and their entities. 

    - Assists senior leadership team in performing regular assessment of office activities, interprets results, sets goals and outcomes, and develops and engages strategies to meet goals.  Interprets, explains, and defends admission decisions.  

    Minimum Qualifications

    - Bachelor's degree in related field from an accredited institution. 

    - Two years' relevant experience. 

    - Supervisory or lead experience. 

    - Significant knowledge of admissions, transfer, recruitment and enrollment issues. 

    - Strong interpersonal, written and verbal communication skills. 

    - Strong analytical skills. 

    - Valid state driver's license.  

    Desired Qualifications

    - Master's degree in related field from an accredited institution. 

    - Three years' relevant experience. 

    - Knowledge of the University's academic programs.  

    Required Applicant Documents

    Cover Letter highlighting your qualifications
    List of References  

    Optional Applicant Documents


    Special Instructions to Applicants

    Internal applicants should use the Job Opportunity Transfer Application. 

    External applicants should use the Staff Employment Application.  

    Additional Position Information:

    Staff Compensation System pay grades and rates are available using the URL below: 

    Western Michigan University offers generous benefits to its employees including health, dental, vision, life and disability insurance, retirement, and tuition discount for the employee and tuition remission for eligible dependents. To access information about the specific benefits available for this position, GO TO: 

    Because of special requirements for this position, the hiring agent has requested and received approval for a simultaneous internal and external search for qualified candidates. Applications for transfer will be evaluated with external applications.  

    External Posting Date:


    External Closing Date:


    Posting Date


    Internal Closing Date:


    Application Types Accepted

    Staff Employment Application
    Job Opportunity Transfer Application  

    For complete description, minimum requirements and application procedures, visit our website at: # 0604877. 

    Direct link: WMU Assistant Director Admissions-Transfer Only applications submitted through this site will be considered. 

    WMU is an AA/EO employer. Minorities, women, veterans, individuals with disabilities and all other qualified individuals are encouraged to apply.

  • February 06, 2019 10:10 AM | Anonymous member

    In Veritatis Amore - In the love of truth 

    ~Bellarmine’s founding motto


    Bellarmine University, an independent Catholic liberal arts university founded in 1950 by the Archdiocese of Louisville and located in Louisville, Kentucky, invites applications for the position of Vice President for Enrollment, Marketing and Communication. Reporting to the Senior Vice President, Sean J. Ryan, the Vice President for Enrollment, Marketing and Communication will be responsible for shaping the University’s vision for enrollment and will have the opportunity to work with colleagues across campus to shape an institution that is poised for greater impact and which will enhance the overall reputation of Bellarmine University.

    As a key member of President Susan M. Donovan’s cabinet, the Vice President will oversee a newly created division that will include the departments of undergraduate and graduate admission, financial aid, and marketing and communication.  The successful candidate will be a dynamic, student-centered, collaborative professional who is highly motivated to reach new student populations to impact enrollment and achieve greater visibility for the institution. 

    Essential Duties and Responsibilities

    The primary duties and responsibilities for the Vice President for Enrollment, Marketing and Communication are as follows:

    • Join in partnership with the Senior Vice President to establish strategic, data-driven policies and processes that further the strategic plan of the University and enroll an optimal number of new and continuing students;
    • Work collaboratively to engage Bellarmine’s collegial community to inspire a culture of enrollment management and retention;
    • Lead, motivate, and empower a team of talented and hardworking professionals; advocate for and support the professional development of staff; 
    • Promote and continue to foster a highly relational environment characterized by commitment to excellence, kindness, and hospitality;
    • Embrace and enhance the diversity of Bellarmine’s student body and demonstrate a commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion;
    • Utilize creative budget management to maximize initiatives;
    • Employ data-informed decision-making and use predictive analytics to measure the effectiveness of new and on-going enrollment initiatives, as well as key integrated marketing efforts and financial aid policies;
    • Possess knowledge of financial aid leveraging, and the effective balance of need-based and merit-based financial assistance for attracting and retaining students to Bellarmine;
    • Understand the complexity of timelines, regulations, and state and federal compliance requirements;
    • Partner with the Provost, Deans and faculty to solidify current program offerings, capitalize on growth opportunities, and determine the most effective programmatic delivery methods, especially at the graduate level;
    • Work jointly with the advancement team to develop new and imaginative funding opportunities that will support student scholarships, aid, and retention; 
    • Demonstrate an understanding and in-depth knowledge of market trends, and demographics;
    • Develop new strategies for marketing and communication in an effort to strengthen and refine the university’s marketing, recruiting, and outreach efforts;
    • Oversee internal university communication, key campus publications, and crisis communications plans;
    • Elevate the reputation and visibility of Bellarmine’s educational excellence including its academic quality, inspirational faculty, passionate students, and welcoming community.

    The Qualifications, Skills and Characteristics

    The successful candidate will have significant and progressive experience in higher education enrollment management, including knowledge of admission, financial aid, marketing and communication.  A bachelor’s degree is required; an advanced degree is preferred.

    In addition, the vice president should have the following skills and characteristics:

    • Personal qualities of flexibility, accessibility, transparency, humor, decisiveness and positivity;
    • Excellent speaking, writing, and interpersonal communication skills with demonstrated ability to interact effectively with diverse populations;
    • Clear appreciation and understanding of the value of a liberal arts education and the ability to articulate the value of a Bellarmine degree;
    • Ability to serve as a compelling and dynamic representative of Bellarmine to internal and external audiences; 
    • Innovative, strategic and visionary sense and creative approach to recruiting new students;
    • Commitment to Bellarmine University’s mission.  As an independent Catholic university in the inclusive spirit of Thomas Merton, Bellarmine seeks to educate students as the whole persons, equipping them to evaluate their society and to exercise their trained human powers to change it whenever necessary. 

    Bellarmine is firmly committed to the enhancement and sustenance of a campus community with diverse perspectives, backgrounds, and gifts; diversity is seen as integral to the intellectual vitality of a healthy university. The Vice President for Enrollment, Marketing and Communication will share this belief in inclusive excellence, and possess a nuanced and action-oriented understanding of the importance of diversity in an educational setting. In keeping with this commitment, the Vice President for Enrollment, Marketing and Communication will prioritize the recruitment, retention, and development of a diverse  student body. The Vice President for Enrollment, Marketing and Communication must also promote an open, transparent culture, robust communication structures, and the development of policies and supports that help to create a truly multicultural campus and achieve critical mass in diversity. 

    About Bellarmine University

    Founded in 1950, Bellarmine is the premier independent Catholic university in the South and the leading private university in Kentucky. With an undergraduate and graduate enrollment of nearly 4,000 students, Bellarmine is ranked among the nation’s best colleges by the Princeton Review and consistently ranks as one of the top universities in the South by US News & World Report.

    Bellarmine strives to imbue students with the knowledge and skills to develop solutions and opportunities—creative, substantial, and enduring—for a globally sustainable future. A Bellarmine education has three components: a foundational emphasis on the liberal arts; high-impact learning opportunities for global engagement, including study abroad (Bellarmine's offerings in international study are among the most extensive and numerous among colleges and universities); and practical preparation for lives of personal and professional fulfillment.  

    Grounded in the liberal arts and sciences, Bellarmine provides its students a lifelong education, worthy of the university's namesake, Saint Robert Bellarmine, and of his invitation to learn and live in veritatis amore – in the love of all that is beautiful, true and good in life. Bellarmine offers more than 50 undergraduate majors across its seven colleges and schools, as well as a wide array of certificate, masters degree, and doctorate degree programs, including three online masters degrees. Since 2005 Bellarmine has launched 23 new degree and certificate programs, including five new doctoral degrees. The institution's academic offerings have grown over the last fifteen years in both undergraduate and graduate programs, with the result that students have an astonishingly rich array of choices. 

    Bellarmine offers over 20 graduate and second degree programs with both local and national reach.  Students can choose between both full and part-time programs delivered either in the classroom or online.  

    Undergraduate students at Bellarmine study a broad range of disciplines, regardless of their major(s), which sees them well equipped to embrace our complex world with confidence on a broad range of career paths.  The undergraduate student makeup is as follows:  65% female, 35% male, 18% under-represented minorities and 70% from Kentucky with, 20% from the region that includes Indiana, Ohio, Illinois, Tennessee and Missouri, 8% other states and international with an average G.P.A of 3.56 and an average ACT 25.11.

    Students look to Bellarmine for a sense of community and an excellent and value-laden education. Over one-third of the undergraduate body is first-generation; a similar proportion is Pell-eligible. Of the undergraduates, 95 percent receive some form of financial aid. A Bellarmine education can be transformative; among Kentucky public and private non-profit colleges, Bellarmine's students claim the highest median salary ten years after graduating.

    Students beginning the 2018-19 academic year were welcomed by 181 full-time faculty members (82 tenured or tenure track), 81 percent of which hold terminal degrees in their fields. The ranks of tenured and tenure-track faculty are supplemented by 249 part-time contract faculty who are outstanding practitioners in their fields, and whose expertise enhance the University's programs.   

    Along with the faculty, the work of Bellarmine is enabled by 319 full-time and 56 part-time staff who are energetic, committed to excellence in their work, and devoted to the University. Forty full-time staff and 10-part-time staff work within the schools supporting the academic mission. Many are long-standing employees and have been instrumental to the University's growth. 

    Bellarmine's 2018-19 operating budget is approximately $69 million. As of May 2018, the endowment was $65 million, nearly double its size since 2006; net assets in fiscal year 2018 totaled $132 million.

    One of Dr. Donovan's first major actions as President was to launch an institution-wide strategic planning process that officially began in early 2018. To ensure transparency and inclusion, Dr. Donovan invited all University members—faculty, staff, students, trustees, and the alumni community—to participate in numerous town halls and working groups. Six themes were presented and approved by the Board of Trustees in December of 2018 and the final strategic plan will be written and presented to the public in May of 2019. 

    Dr. Donovan reports to the Board of Trustees, a 36-member governing body. The University is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS). The last accreditation visit was completed in the 2017-18 academic year; visitors gave high praise to the University. 

    For more information, visit: 

    Louisville, Kentucky

    The campus is set on three beautiful hills, just minutes away from the downtown central business district of Louisville, Kentucky's largest city. Louisville is situated on the mile-wide Ohio River, at the gateway to the South and the crossroads of the Midwest. With a population of about 1.3 million, the Louisville metropolitan area offers world-class theatre, arts, sports (including the Kentucky Derby), museums, a vibrant restaurant scene, and gorgeous parks. Three of Kentucky's six Fortune 500 companies (Humana, Yum Brands, and Kindred Healthcare Inc.) are based in Louisville, and the Louisville International Airport is the worldwide air hub for UPS. Bellarmine has integral ties with these and many other businesses, and is well-regarded throughout the region.  

    Louisville has grown exponentially in the last decade and is now consistently recognized as a vibrant city on the move. From award-winning micro-distilleries to one-of-a-kind attractions like Churchill Downs, Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory, and the Muhammad Ali Center, Louisville is a city that offers events, arts and culture, shopping, sports, outdoor activities and much more.   

    Recognized by Glassdoor as one of the nation's top 10 cities where pay goes the furthest, by National Geographic as a top 10 food city, and the 8th most friendly city in America by Travel and Leisure, Louisville is also is a top 10 city for job seekers, thanks in part to its central location and low unemployment.  

    For more information about Louisville, visit:

    To Apply

    Napier Executive Search is assisting Bellarmine University to search for a Vice President for Enrollment, Marketing and Communication.  For a confidential conversation, or if you wish to nominate someone for this position, contact Mary Napier, or Laura Robinson at  If you wish to apply, please send a résumé; cover letter specifically outlining your interest in this opportunity at Bellarmine; and three references to  For assurance of full consideration, please submit materials before March 10, 2019. There is an anticipated start date of summer 2019. All applications and nominations will be considered confidential and notice will be given before references are contacted.

    Bellarmine is an equal opportunity employer and encourages persons of diverse backgrounds to apply for positions.

  • February 06, 2019 10:07 AM | Anonymous member

    “Everything we do at Beloit College begins with students. Our mission statement, in this way, sets the tone. Everyone from our coaches to our faculty members, from the Board of Trustees to our admissions staff, is focused on supporting and enriching the student experience at Beloit College.

    “This singular focus, however, doesn’t translate to a cushy environment. That’s not Beloit. Ours is a community where challenges are confronted and risk taking rewarded; where close observation trumps 30,000-foot speculation. Where hands get dirty and boots too. Where information is passed along and processed, sifted and tested—and then, always, applied.

    “This is more unique than you might think.” 

    --Scott Bierman, President of Beloit College, in a recent letter for the Beloit College Magazine


    Beloit College invites nominations and applications for the position of Vice President for Enrollment. Reporting to, and partnering with, President Scott Bierman, the Vice President for Enrollment will be an active member of the college’s leadership team, a team that describes itself collectively as collaborative and inextricably linked, with “enormously high expectations” of themselves and for the college.  The Vice President works closely with colleagues in communications and marketing, finance and planning, development and alumni, academic affairs, athletics and student life, and will engage the trust and camaraderie of the community in moving Beloit College forward.  The college is poised for further success and seeks an outstanding and effective vice president to lead the charge in admissions and in the strategic oversight of financial aid strategy surrounding prospective and continuing students.    


    Mission Statement

    Beloit College engages the intelligence, imagination, and curiosity of its students, empowering them to lead fulfilling lives marked by high achievement, personal responsibility, and public contribution in a diverse society. Our emphasis on international and interdisciplinary perspectives, the integration of knowledge with experience, and close collaboration among peers, professors, and staff equips students to approach the complex problems of the world ethically and thoughtfully.



    Today, Beloit’s commitment to experiential, interdisciplinary and international learning is evidenced in the college’s “Liberal Arts in Practice” focus. Students are compelled – and required – to dig in to their studies; integrating knowledge with hands-on experience. They study, research, reflect and write—and all while intentionally testing and applying what they’re learning through a range of connected experiences. Beloit offers more than 50 majors, 30 minors, and a number of dual-degree and pre-professional programs. The average class size at Beloit is 15 and the student-to-faculty ratio is 11:1.

    Beloit students are distinguished by a commitment to independent thought, a concern for the common good, and a passionate, critical engagement with the world.  Eighty-four percent of the 1,200 students are from out-of-state representing nearly every state, the District of Columbia, and 40 countries. Twenty-six percent of the students are domestic minorities and seventeen percent come from countries other than the United States.

    Beloit College offers students an exceptional array of opportunities to study off-campus in countries across the world as well as domestically. Beloit students regularly conduct advanced research, run service projects, start businesses and organizations, take internships and field terms, do community outreach, produce plays and exhibits and events—on campus and around the world. These experiences, combined with academic rigor, provide a platform for meaningful jobs, graduate and professional studies, and rewarding lives.


    Student Life, Athletics, the Campus and the Community


    Eighty-five percent of degree-seeking students live on campus in the college’s residence halls and special interest houses.  The Beloit College campus consists of a wooded 65-acre main campus, a 26-acre athletic complex, and 89 acres devoted to other academic and research purposes.


    The college fields 17 NCAA Division III teams in the Midwest Conference. In any given season, approximately 25 percent of the student population is involved in intercollegiate athletics and Beloit’s student athletes consistently receive Academic All-American honors. A complete listing of intercollegiate sports can be found at   Club, intramural and recreational sports round out the athletic offerings that are available to students.

    The college will open a distinctive and award-winning recreation, athletic and student center in the fall of 2019.  This uniquely conceived center is located on campus in a repurposed century-old generating station on the Rock River.  Connected by a pedestrian bridge bringing campus and community together, it is appropriately named The Powerhouse  and includes an indoor track, a competitive pool, fitness spaces, a signature lecture hall/theater space, meeting rooms, a café and lounge/hang-out space.  The World Architecture Festival awarded The Powerhouse its top prize among 2018 Future Projects.

    The beautiful and historic city of Beloit is home to 37,000 residents as well as more than 88 industrial firms, 850 retail establishments, several corporate headquarters (Kerry Americas, ABC Supply, and Regal, among others), an Oakland Athletics-affiliated minor league baseball team, and several museums. More information regarding the city can be found at and


    In addition to meeting and exceeding enrollment and net tuition revenue goals that exemplify the college’s mission and the college’s business goals, success for the Vice President for Enrollment at Beloit College will be determined, in great part, by these factors:  vision, leadership, and the ability to establish strong strategic partnerships with the President, senior staff, college departments and programs, and the Board of Trustees. The Vice President should be a confident, strategic and energetic leader.


    The Vice President for Enrollment must be a consummate professional who embraces a team environment and works with colleagues in the spirit of partnership and transparency. The ideal candidate will also be bold, yet decisive; politically astute; resilient and resourceful; and ambitious for the college. In addition, the college is interested in candidates with the following qualities:

    • Proven leadership skills
    • Innovative ideas and approaches to enrollment
    • Mature understanding of the connection between a liberal arts college business model and its educational model
    • Outstanding interpersonal skills and the ability to interact effectively with diverse constituents
    • Knowledge of enrollment and financial aid data systems, technology and research
    • Demonstrated commitment to diversity and inclusion
    • Excellent oral and written communication skills
    • Strong supervisory and mentoring skills with experience in building, developing and motivating staff and volunteers
    • Fluency in issues related to transfer student recruitment and international student recruitment
    • Appreciation of NCAA Division III student athletes and coaches and the value athletics brings to a residential campus
    • Understanding of Beloit’s mission and its model of residential liberal education, and ease in articulating its value
    • Ability and willingness to play an active role in the life of the college
    • Confidence to take risks, manage those risks and measure results
    • A sense of urgency, a sense of humor, and a commitment to the mission of the college
    • Balanced approach to the art and science of enrollment practices
    • Talent for guiding and developing relationships with high school and independent counselors, community based organizations, and other external influencers of prospective students
    • Facility with studying data strategically and with finesse
    • Honesty
    • At least ten years of progressively responsible and successful experience in higher education enrollment-related areas. Bachelor’s degree required; Advanced degree preferred.


    Napier Executive Search ( is assisting Beloit College with this search for a vice president for enrollment. If you wish to have a confidential conversation about this opportunity or nominate someone for this position, please contact:  Mary Napier, or Robin Reynders, . Resumes will be reviewed as they are received and will continue until the position is filled; for best consideration, submit materials by March 10.  Expected start date is summer 2019. If you wish to apply, please submit a resume and letter of interest electronically and in confidence, to:


    For more information about Beloit College, visit

    Because equity and inclusion are central to our students’ liberal education and vital to the thriving of all members of our residential learning community, Beloit College aspires to be an actively anti-racist institution. We recognize our aspiration as ongoing and institution-­wide, involving collective commitment and accountability. We welcome employees who are committed, and will actively contribute, to our efforts to celebrate our cultural and intellectual richness and be resolute in advancing inclusion and equity. We encourage all interested individuals meeting the criteria of the described position to apply.

  • February 06, 2019 10:04 AM | Anonymous member

    The College’s defining commitments, derived from the Edmundite Tradition, are to assure a strong campus community, to provide a liberal arts education of the highest quality, and to inculcate an ethic of service. As a Catholic liberal arts institution, Saint Michael’s embraces different cultures; offers a model of civility; and seeks diversity of all kinds among its students, faculty, and staff.

    The Mission

    It is the mission of Saint Michael's College to contribute through higher education to the enhancement of the human person and the advancement of human culture in light of the Catholic faith. 

    Saint Michael’s College, located in picturesque Vermont with Burlington, Lake Champlain and the Green Mountains as its backdrop, invites applications and nominations for the college’s next Vice President for Enrollment and Marketing.  The successful candidate will oversee the Offices of Admission, Student Financial Services and Marketing and Communications and will lead strategic initiatives to build a sustainable enrollment strategy and plan.  

    The Opportunity

    Reporting to and working closely with the president, Dr. Lorraine Sterritt, the Vice President for Enrollment and Marketing will lead a particularly strong enrollment team that is motivated and enthusiastic. Serving on the president’s leadership cabinet, the vice president will join a tight-knit, collegial and dedicated team of leaders who are eager to support the enrollment effort through collaborative thinking and action.

    Currently a college with an enrollment of approximately 1,700 undergraduates and 300+ graduate students, Saint Michael’s aspires to achieve an increase in both the numbers of students and net tuition revenue.  In addition, the selected vice president will lead the effort to strengthen the visibility of Saint Michael’s, promote the marketability of a liberal arts education and demonstrate the connection between a Saint Michael’s education and related career outcomes.   The vice president will have the full support of the president and the board of trustees to achieve these ambitious goals.  

    Enrollment partners working with Saint Michael’s include EAB for student search, application generation and financial aid optimization.  The Office of Admission is using Slate as its CRM and partnered with Render several years ago to enhance the visit experience and recently with YouVisit for the virtual tour.  The college has had success embedding regional recruiters in key markets.   

    Essential Duties and Responsibilities

    The primary duties and responsibilities of the Vice President for Enrollment and Marketing are as follows:

    • Lead and direct a team of undergraduate and graduate enrollment staff, financial aid staff, and marketing staff that uphold the Catholic mission, culture, values, and traditions of the College. 
    • Develop a comprehensive enrollment strategy. 
    • Maintain and continuously improve high academic standards for admission and retention.
    • Manage head-count, discount rate and net tuition revenue targets.
    • Work closely with the senior leadership team, and especially the Vice President of Finance, to ensure balance in the entering class size, financial aid expenditures, tuition pricing, and head count and net tuition revenue goals. 
    • Ensure strategy employed with financial aid is effective for Saint Michael's College’s need-based financial aid and merit-based scholarship policies in attracting a talented, diverse, and engaged student body. 
    • Provide operational oversight of Student Financial Services to ensure that billing, compliance, collections, and operations are accurate, managed, monitored, and continuously evaluated.
    • Create and sustain a culture of shared ownership of enrollment management; educate the campus community about best practices in enrollment management for a liberal arts college. This includes establishing strong partnerships with athletics, faculty, veteran program, MATESOL, international programs, etc. 
    • Expand and ensure that metrics are established and goals met for diversity, academic quality, international markets, class sizes and transfers, applicant pool size, and retention. 
    • Communicate effectively and transparently with the Board of Trustees, the President, and faculty and staff colleagues.
    • Implement enrollment practices that enhance the diversity of our student body.
    • Increase the numbers of international students.
    • Optimize student recruitment and enroll students who will succeed to continuously improve graduation rates. 
    • Develop a meaningful connection with the Office of Institutional Advancement and with alumni; deploy alumni resources as effective extensions of the admission process; and utilize their energy, particularly in securing acceptance of the College’s offer of admission, while working with students and parents alike.
    • Deploy data-informed and results-oriented enrollment initiatives and find ways to continuously improve results from current enrollment strategies. 
    • Develop and implement a strategic enrollment management (SEM) plan that strengthens recruitment of high-school graduates to Saint Michael's College.
    • Build upon the increasing number of transfer students through intentional partnerships with community colleges. 
    • Work closely with faculty and staff colleagues on designing and implementing measures to ensure retention of students.
    • Ensure that branding and marketing programs provide a positive impact on revenue, applications, enrollment, transfers, and the image of the College. 
    • Develop and oversee the implementation and execution of an integrated marketing and recruitment plan in support of the overall strategy for the College.
    • Stay abreast of current trends to attract and retain students. 
    • Ensure that the communication needs of the President’s Office are met.
    • Manage website strategy, including enhancements, portal updates, online orientations, student testimonial postings, alumni testimonials, faculty news/PR, and press release archives in support of enrollment and marketing efforts and the broader public presence of the College both domestically and internationally.
    • Work collaboratively with Institutional Research for College IPEDS reports and others (i.e. US News and World Report) that are key for our reputation.
    • As part of the Cabinet and Leadership team, continuously update the team on numbers, results, and impacts to the College in all areas of enrollments and marketing.


    The Vice President will have significant and progressive experience in higher education enrollment management, including knowledge of recruitment, admission, retention, financial aid, student financial services, and marketing.  In addition, it is expected that the successful candidate will have more than ten years of relevant experience in higher education. 

    A high energy, transparent leader, the vice president will be experienced in enrollment management and be able to hit the ground running once on campus.  It is expected that the selected candidate will be familiar with the demographics and enrollment trends of the Northeast as well as nationally, is facile with the tools and strategies fundamental to enrollment best practices, is enthusiastic about the challenge and has invested in or will acquire a sturdy winter coat and a good pair of snow boots.

    The chosen candidate should possess the following knowledge, qualifications, and skill sets.

    • Proven track record of leading a team that is successful in meeting or exceeding enrollment and retention goals;
    • Expertise with data analysis and an appreciation for technology and social media;
    • Familiarity with Slate software is desired;
    • Experience with recruiting, admitting, and retaining graduate and first-year students and transfer students, especially from two-year colleges;
    • Excellent oral, written, and interpersonal communication skills with demonstrated ability to interact effectively with a diverse student population;
    • Significant and progressive experience in higher education enrollment management, including knowledge of recruitment, admission, retention, and marketing;
    • Willingness and ability to articulate the value of a Catholic liberal arts education in the Edmundite tradition;
    • Ability to organize and execute a successful student enrollment management system;
    • Ability to manage and understand financial aid as it impacts the bottom line of the College;
    • Analytical understanding of discount rate and impact to revenue, thus ensuring that the discount rate is managed for direct positive revenue stream;
    • Demonstrated record in successful recruitment and retention of students;
    • Ability to read research data and ability to analyze data; and 
    • Strong interest and ability to function collaboratively.

    Saint Michael’s College

    The only Edmundite College in the world, Saint Michael’s was founded in 1904 by the Society of Saint Edmund, an order of priests that came to Vermont from France.  With a tradition of taking on the most challenging tasks, the core tenets of the Edmundites are social justice, education, hospitality, spiritual renewal and pastoral ministry.  Although the Edmundites have transitioned the College’s administrative responsibilities to lay personnel over the last 25 years, their presence on campus has an important, spiritual and lasting impact on the life of the entire College community.  It is no surprise that Saint Michael’s offers a compelling mix of a world-class education grounded in an ethos of social justice and service.  Saint Michael’s is featured in the Princeton Review’s Best 384 Colleges recognized as a Green College.  Money magazine noted Saint Michael’s as one of the Top 50 Transformative Colleges, and Kiplinger’s ranks Saint Michael’s among the Best College Values.  

    The Academic Program

    Saint Michael’s students engage across a broad spectrum of subjects and the faculty is fully focused on teaching.  Classes are small (the student to faculty ratio is 13:1) and majors and minors are available in more than 40 fields of study.  These studies, coupled with experiential learning opportunities, international study, internships and collaboration with faculty on research projects, prepare students well for their first jobs and satisfying careers.  

    Saint Michael’s Academic Centers provide a vital and lively intellectual home where students, faculty, staff, and the community can connect for better understanding and interdisciplinary learning.  The Centers include the Edmundite Center for Faith and Culture, The Center for Women and Gender, The Edmundite Center for Peace and Justice, the Multicultural Center, The Humanities Center, and the VT EPSCoR Center for Workforce Development and Diversity.

    The graduate programs at Saint Michael’s include Clinical Psychology, Education, and TESOL (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages).  The graduate programs are small, flexible, affordable, and tailored to the goals of the graduate students.  

    Campus Life

    Our students can take advantage of enriching programs, athletic events, theater, the recreation and fitness centers, the beauty of the Burlington area and more.  The St. Mike's Adventure Sports Center is a great way to stay active and engage in the Saint Michael’s community. The program offers training and outings in kayaking, climbing, skiing/riding and mountain biking. In addition, the program offers training as an instructor in any of the activities offered and to the chance to be a member of the Adventure Sports Center staff.  Among the student activities is a unique and remarkable volunteer organization begun at Saint Michael’s in 1969 — the Fire and Rescue Squad.  An independent volunteer group of students, they have taken on the responsibility of serving the public 365 days per year, 24 hours a day by providing fire and emergency medical treatment both on campus and in the community.   

    Service is at the heart of a Saint Michael’s experience; nearly 70 percent of its students participate in Mobilization of Volunteer Efforts (MOVE), which exists to expand the concept of community service to embrace social justice and to emphasize our connectedness to the world, as defined by Catholic social teaching.

    Most students live on campus and housing is guaranteed for four years.  The options include over a dozen residence halls and townhouses.  

    Twenty-five percent of the St. Mike students play a varsity sport on one or more of the 21 varsity teams.  Saint Michael’s competes as an NCAA Division II institution.  Varsity sports include Alpine and Nordic skiing as well as ice hockey, and range from basketball and baseball to lacrosse and soccer, to name a few.  Student athletes at Saint Michael’s have a near 100 percent student-athlete graduation rate.  

    St. Mike’s is a green campus, and is committed to strengthening its obligation to a socially and ecologically responsible world.  The campus community works together to recycle, to compost, to refill and reuse water bottles, and to tend the Saint Michael’s Farm, an organic garden and farm stand operated during the growing season.

    For more about Saint Michael’s College, see

    Burlington, Vermont

    A town of just over 42,000 residents, Burlington is a vibrant, eclectic, artistic, community of forward-thinking residents.  It is situated on the eastern shoreline of Lake Champlain and surrounded by extraordinary beauty and recreational opportunities.  Northern Vermont's natural beauty surrounds campus, with mountain views, gorges, rivers, Lake Champlain and ski resorts all close by. In addition to Saint Michael’s, Burlington is home to the University of Vermont and Champlain College and the state’s largest hospital, the UVM Medical Center.  Located minutes from the Burlington airport, less than two hours from Montreal and just over three hours from Boston, Burlington is a beautiful college town with a vibrant downtown filled with shops, restaurants, live music, parks and beaches. Those considering a move to Burlington, should view: 

    In the words of those who love St. Mike’s

    "I appreciate the opportunity that SMC gave me to experience a first-class liberal arts education, along with the experience of interacting and learning about different cultures around the world." 
    Sergio Castillo ’88, Manager, Position Evaluation Team, Panama Canal Authority

    "I would strongly consider St. Michael's because you will receive an excellent education from a reputable college. The support that you will receive in order to succeed will be unparalleled and there is a tremendous opportunity to grow socially and develop yourself as a person." 
    Jason Curry ’95, Founder and President, Big Apple Basketball

    "Within a few weeks of starting my first "real" job, it became apparent to myself and my supervisors that my writing and communication skills were beyond what was expected from a typical engineer with my level of experience. I attribute this to my liberal arts education and experiences at St Mike's." 
    Susan Molzon ’12, Assistant Engineer, County of Monmouth, NJ  

    "Teaching is one of the most rewarding things I have ever done. I love interacting with students and getting them excited about science and learning. And I feel very lucky to have the opportunity to do it at the place that got it all started for me when I came here as an undergrad."  Paul Constantino, Associate Professor of Biology

    "I loved the social justice aspect of St. Mike's, the environmental awareness, the location; it was smaller than most other schools I looked at, but really highlighted the strength of the community and the tightness of the student-teacher relationships, which is fantastic." 
    Brian Shearer ’18, Ellicott City, MD

    To Apply or Nominate

    Napier Executive Search is assisting Saint Michael’s College with the search for the Vice President for Enrollment and Marketing.  To arrange for a confidential conversation, please contact Laura Robinson ( or Mary Napier (  If you plan to apply, please send a resume, a detailed letter of interest, and contact information for three professional references by email to no later than March 6, 2019.  Review will begin immediately thereafter and the expected start date will be summer, 2019.  All applications and nominations will be considered confidential and notice will be given before references are contacted.  

    Saint Michael’s College is an equal opportunity employer. Inspired by its Edmundite Catholic mission, Saint Michael’s is committed to diversity and inclusion across the campus community. It is committed to attracting and supporting a staff that fully represents the racial, ethnic, and cultural diversity of the nation, and it actively seeks applications from underrepresented groups.

  • February 05, 2019 4:54 PM | Anonymous member

    University of Illinois at Urbana - Champaign

    Senior Associate Director of Recruitment & Outreach

    Office of Undergraduate Admissions

    The University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign has an opening for a Senior Associate Director of Recruitment & Outreach in the Office of Undergraduate Admissions. The Senior Associate Director of Recruitment & Outreach will oversee high-level projects, policies, and procedures for the Office of Undergraduate Admissions as well as manage several units that contribute to the recruitment of new domestic and international undergraduate students, campus visits, Customer Relations Management (CRM) system summer registration, and outreach efforts to underrepresented students. In addition, the Senior Associate Director will serve as a part of the leadership team in the Office of Undergraduate Admissions.

  • February 05, 2019 4:26 PM | Anonymous member

    Position Details

    University Title Program Coordinator I - 1062
    Pay Grade 33
    Salary Commensurate with qualifications
    Base of Employment P - P&S
    Job Category Professional and Scientific
    Pay Frequency Monthly
    Classification Information
    Posting Number 90050P
    Working Title Customer Relationship Management (CRM) Coordinator
    Advertised Employing Department Office of Admissions
    Appointment Type Professional & Scientific - Term
    Proposed Start Date 04/01/2019
    Proposed End Date or Length of Term 2 years from start date
    Number of Months Employed Per Year 12
    Full or Part Time Full-Time
    Summary of Duties and Responsibilities

    Reporting through the Office of the Senior Vice President for Student Affairs, the Office of Admissions fulfills Iowa State’s land grant mission by attracting, recruiting, orienting, and enrolling a diverse group of new undergraduate students to meet the university’s enrollment targets. The Office of Admissions is seeking qualified applicants for a Coordinator for Customer Relationship Management (CRM) position to assist & participate in the configuration, including system upgrades and customization requests, of the CRM.
    The CRM Coordinator is a crucial member of the CRM team. Working in close collaboration with the Assistant Director of Admissions, CRM, this position will assist in building, developing and managing all aspects of the enterprise CRM, with focus on undergraduate recruitment, admission and transition. This position will work closely with a motivated, skilled team of admissions professionals in a highly innovative environment. This position also requires close collaboration with Iowa State’s technology teams. The CRM Coordinator will assist in the development of CRM strategy, help develop complex communication flows through multiple channels, and otherwise maximize the potential of the CRM, including the expansion of the current CRM to assist in current student engagement, event management, travel planning, communication flow tracking, prospect management, reporting, etc. This position will also be a key collaborator with staff and faculty tasked with outreach to prospective and continuing students at the college or program level, assisting in group and individual training, as well as reviewing and confirming communication flows and events with strict adherence to required time lines.

    The ideal candidate will be technically-minded with the ability to work in collaboration with campus technology professionals, detail-oriented, a collaborator and innovator, enjoy solving communication and outreach problems with technology, and be able to maintain composure and a good sense of humor under regular tight deadlines and occasional high-stress projects. This position is a unique opportunity to develop a CRM from the early stages of its implementation, ensuring all stakeholders’ needs are fulfilled, in an office that is professional, supportive and values innovation.

    The successful candidate will be a team player focused on supporting the needs of the admissions team; and versatile, with the ability to balance a variety of projects and prioritize short and long term goals, while meeting various deadlines. Strong and effective written and oral communication and interpersonal skills are essential to communicate with a wide variety of internal and external constituents. All staff members are expected to interact collegially and maintain the highest standards of integrity and ethics.

    This incumbent must be willing to travel occasionally, and have the ability to work early mornings, late evenings, weekend hours and extended hours as necessary throughout the year.

    About Iowa State University and the Ames Community

    Iowa State University is classified as a Carnegie Foundation Doctoral/Research University-Extensive, a member of the Association of American Universities (AAU), and ranked by U.S. News and World Report as one of the top public universities in the nation. More than 34,000 students are enrolled and are served by over 6,200 faculty and staff.

    Iowa State University is a global and culturally diverse university committed to providing an inclusive, equitable, and diverse environment for both learning and employment. We know that diversity in experience and perspective is vital to advancing innovation, critical thinking, solving complex problems, and building an inclusive academic community. At Iowa State, we translate these values into action by seeking individuals who have experience working with diverse students, colleagues, and constituents. The university has an expectation that all employees will demonstrate a contribution to diversity and inclusion as embodied in Iowa State University’s Principles of Community.

    Ames, Iowa is a progressive community of 60,000, located approximately 30 minutes north of Des Moines, and recently voted one of the best college towns in the nation.

    Iowa State University is an equal opportunity employer committed to excellence through diversity and strongly encourages applications from all qualified applicants, including women, underrepresented populations, and veterans. ISU is responsive to the needs of dual career couples, is dedicated to work-life balance through an array of policies, and is an NSF ADVANCE institution.

    All employees are expected to exhibit and convey good citizenship within the program, the department, college, university activities, collegial interactions, and maintain the highest standards of integrity and ethical behavior.

    Required Education and Experience

    Bachelor’s degree and 2 years of related experience; OR a Master’s degree; OR a combination of education and/or related experience totaling 6 years unless otherwise specified under supplemental required education and experience. Experience must be at a comparable level and directly related to the duties of this position.

    Supplemental Required Education and Experience
    Preferred Education and Experience

    Administrative level use of a Customer Relationship Management (CRM) system, student information systems, or other sales/territory management software.

    Experience working with a CRM system in higher education.

    Experience in, and knowledge of, the student recruitment process.

    Experience in creating and maintaining communication campaigns.

    Experience in customer service or training support situations.

    Experience in business process development.

    Location (if other than Ames)
    Additional Information

    This position is a two-year term appointment.

    Department Contact Name Erica Fischer
    Department Contact Phone 515-294-0061
    Department Contact Email
    Department/Unit Website
    Application Instructions

    To apply for this position, please click on “Apply for this Job” and complete the Employment Application. Please be prepared to enter or attach the following:

    1) Resume/Curriculum Vitae
    2) Letter of Application/Cover Letter
    3) Contact Information for Three Professional References

    If you have questions regarding this application process, please email or call 515-294-4800 or Toll Free: 1-877-477-7485.

    Special Instructions Summary
    Guaranteed Consideration Date 02/19/2019
    Pre-Employment Screening

    All offers of employment, oral and written, are contingent upon the university’s verification of credentials and other information required by federal and state law, ISU policies/procedures, and may include the completion of a background check and/or a consumer credit check.

    Quick Link
    EO Statement

    Iowa State University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, age, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic information, national origin, marital status, disability, or protected veteran status and will not be discriminated against. Inquiries can be directed to the Office of Equal Opportunity, 3410 Beardshear Hall, 515 Morrill Road, 515 294-7612, email

    Posting Details

    Supplemental Questions

    Required fields are indicated with an asterisk (*).

    1. * Where did you first learn about this vacancy?
      • ISU Employment Opportunities Website
      • ISU Employee
      • Website
      • Placement Office
      • Trade Journal
      • Newspaper
      • HERC Website
      • LinkedIN
      • Facebook
      • CareerBuilder
    2. Please indicate which specific website, placement office, trade journal, newspaper, or other resource influenced you to apply for this position.

      (Open Ended Question)

    3. * What CRM system(s), student information systems and/or sales/territory management systems have you previously used, for how long, and at what level (infrequent user/daily user/manager/administrator)?

      (Open Ended Question)

    4. * What functionality (communication campaigns/recruitment/event management/client record management/phone outreach and building call scripts/surveys/other-please describe) have you previously used in a CRM and at what level (infrequent user/daily user/manager/administrator)?

      (Open Ended Question)

    5. * Do you have experience in business process development? If so, please list any methods, specific training modules attended, and frequency of use of techniques.

      (Open Ended Question)

    6. * Briefly describe your experience in, and knowledge of, the recruitment process.

      (Open Ended Question)

    7. * Briefly describe your internal or external customer service experience.

      (Open Ended Question)

    Applicant Documents

    Required Documents

    1. Resume/Curriculum Vitae
    2. Letter of Application/Cover Letter
    3. Reference Contact Information
    Optional Documents
  • February 02, 2019 2:39 PM | Anonymous member

    IACAC Communication Specialist

    The Illinois Association for College Admission Counseling (IACAC) is seeking applications for the position of Communication Specialist.  This part-time employee works with the IACAC executive board, standing committees and committee chairpersons on the organization’s communication priorities and initiatives. 

    IACAC is an organization of counseling professionals dedicated to serving students as they explore options and make choices about pursuing post-secondary education. IACAC members are counselors, admission or financial aid officers, active retirees, or students who are concerned about the future of education in the State of Illinois and in the nation. IACAC is committed to maintaining high standards, which foster ethical and social responsibility among those involved in the transition process. 

    The Communication Specialist will work closely with IACAC’s Cabinet, Executive Assistant and Media Communications Committee to further the mission and goals of the IACAC strategic plan as it relates to communication. The Communication Specialist is a part-time employee (80-90 hours per month) with an annual salary of $20,000 paid in twelve monthly payments for the services outlined below.  The start date for the position is June 1, 2019 and performance reviewed on an annual basis.

    Primary Responsibilities

    • Facilitate communications and project management on communications initiatives and projects within IACAC standing and conference committees
    • Create and send e-mails on behalf of IACAC, including publication and dissemination of a regular newsletter/blog 
    • Perform routine IACAC website maintenance, inventory, and updates, including overseeing the Google Groups/Drive, managing the IACAC Listserv, and assisting Media Communications with the IACAC Listserv Terms of Use
    • Oversee social media for the organization (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Snapchat, etc.)
    • Create, review and update online forms on the IACAC website
    • Create and maintain content/branding guide for IACAC. Train incoming committee chairs and executive board members on communication and the content/branding guide
    • Serve as part of the Media Communications team, working closely with the MC Chairs to assess communication priorities including the annual communication flow plan
    • Attend all executive board meetings, Media Communications Committee meetings and other IACAC committee meetings upon request
    • Assist committees in creating/facilitating webinars through Zoom
    • Cross train with the IACAC Executive Assistant on necessary functions related to the position
    • Manage the Summer Programs directory, the college fair update subscription emails, event registrations (along with the Executive Assistant) and Jotform/Knack
    • Other duties as assigned

    Work Environment

    IACAC does not provide an office or workspace for the position.  IACAC will provide a laptop computer and necessary software to perform the contracted services. Communication Specialist will provide all other items as may be necessary or appropriate to the rendering of the services outlined above, including access to internet and phone.


    • Bachelor’s degree. 
    • Excellent oral and written communication and organizational skills.
    • Ability to create compelling content through a variety of media with strong attention to detail.
    • Excellent technical/computer skills. 
    • Experience with performing routine website maintenance and updates. 
    • Previous experience with social media platforms.
    • Demonstrated ability to work collaboratively with others, in a fast-paced environment, while meeting deadlines. 
    • Familiarity with the college admission process and the work of the IACAC.
    • Copy writing, photography, design, simple video and audio production skills.

    The position will be open until Monday, February 18, 2019.  Please apply by sending a cover letter, resume and references electronically to

  • January 28, 2019 12:57 PM | Anonymous member

    The Admissions Information Systems and Operations Manager serves as a functional liaison for the Admissions Office technical and business processes with Information Technology Services (ITS) and other third party software vendors for all Admissions Office Student Information System (SIS) (PeopleSoft Campus Solutions) and Document Management (ImageNow) functions. This position, in conjunction with the Director/Assistant Director of Admissions, is responsible for the design, implementation, enhancement, and maintenance of administrative systems and software related to the SIS and document management in Admissions.

    As a technical specialist for the office, this position will provide needs/technical analysis and make recommendations to the Director/Assistant Director of Admissions. This position will coordinate and facilitate the development of business and technical requirements with the ITS department and enhance university and office business processes through the utilization of various software tools.

    The Admissions Information Systems and Operations Manager coordinates the comprehensive review of graduate application processing and will develop and implement procedures to handle the variety of graduate applications, including those for new graduate programs. In addition, this position serves as the Operations Manager, supervises student staff, and assists with the training of other staff members.

    All responsibilities shall be executed while demonstrating a commitment to Inclusive Excellence. This position reports to the Assistant Director of Admissions and the work is performed under limited supervision.

    For more information about this position, please visit: 

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