[TACRAO] Listserv UT Arlington - Coordinator of Enrollment Management and Recruitment

Osborn, Amy S osborn at uta.edu
Thu Oct 9 11:38:02 CDT 2014


Coordinator of Enrollment Management and Recruitment
APPLY AT: www.uta.edu/jobs<http://www.uta.edu/jobs>
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Posting Number

JOBPOST0010325

Hiring Department

Science

Pay type

Monthly

Salary

$3,333.33 (negotiable depending on qualifications)

Work Hours

Standard

Start time

08:00:00

End time

05:00:00

Hours Per Week

40

FLSA Status

Exempt

Earliest Start Date

2014-09-19

Position Duration

Funding expected to continue

Position Open To

Open

Location

UTA/Arlington, TX

Required Application Materials
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Resume, Letter of Interest, List of 3 References (with contact information).
Additional Information
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Purpose
The Coordinator of Enrollment Management and Recruitment will be appointed by and will report to the Dean. The Coordinator of Enrollment Management and Recruitment will assist the Dean and the College of Science (COS) to identify specific opportunities to increase the number of student applications for the COS undergraduate and graduate programs. The Manager will be responsible in identifying, establishing, and implementing strategies and tactics for retention, achieving matriculation of admitted students, external student recruitment efforts, and for carrying out the Office of Recruitment internal student recruitment activities for COS undergraduate and graduate programs. The Manager will support the academic units of the COS in their recruitment efforts, including development of promotional material, conducting site visits to appropriate venues for recruitment purposes. The Manager, along with the COS Communications Assistant, will manage publications, advertise, and plan activities that will promote the COS brand to external audiences.
Essential Functions
* In conjunction with Student Enrollment Services and Career Services, develop and implement a marketing plan for the College of Science to grow the number of students in our undergraduate and graduate programs. * Conduct recruitment and outreach activities; implement new marketing, recruitment and retention concepts. * Represent the College of Science at student recruitment and other marketing events. * Manage and participate in Office of Recruitment graduate and undergraduate student recruitment activities such as information sessions, forums, open houses, special events, receptions, and orientations. * Work with university orientation members to strengthen successes and address limitations from feedback from students attending information sessions, open houses, and orientations. * Create and execute events developed for the purpose of driving student applications (including receptions, forums, and college fairs). * Maintain a strong knowledge of competitive programs and their offerings with a goal to increase the effectiveness of the College's student outreach. * Increase the visibility of the College of Science as an attractive alternative to other choices a potential student may have. * Conduct ongoing strategic communication with prospective students and applicants, including telephone outreach, online chats, social media, email and paper correspondence; maintain databases related to these recruitment activities. * Assist the COS Academic Units with development, coordination and implementation of social media communication and outreach plans to prospective students. * Assist admissions with prospective students during the application process as needed. * Develop and promote the College of Science brand. * Work with Student Enrollment Services and University Publications to disseminate the strategic direction of COS and the resultant branding of the College based on its strategic direction. * Work closely with COS Communications Assistant, Student Enrollment Services and University Publications to support the production and distribution of marketing publications, i.e., catalogs, brochures, flyers, handbooks, view books (graduate and undergraduate), and social and web-based media. Coordinate advertising efforts to include print, billboards, web, radio, and television for COS undergraduate and graduate programs. * Develop, implement and evaluate creative graphic solutions including posters, brochures, flyers, newsletters, handbills, invitations and websites. * Develop technical communication material and marketing pieces to support the growth of current and future program initiatives. * Work closely with the Career Services in the analysis of student placement and student satisfaction information. * Assist various student placement and career development events and activities. * Assist with communication, outreach, and management of relationships with constituents and influencers (parents, school counselors, professors, corporate contacts, government officials, alumni/ae). * Work closely with the COS Communications Assistant and Web Specialist to maintain relevant and current content on the College's websites and social media outlets, to manage modifications to College web pages, and to assist with the flow of information for the College website by working with content experts throughout the College. * Plan and implement special events related to recruitment and marketing. * Work with University Publications on publicizing activities and scholarship in the College. * Oversee the maintenance of displays and bulletin boards highlighting students, faculty, staff and the College. * Assists with special projects and assignments as deemed necessary by the Dean
Marginal/Incidental Functions
Other functions as assigned
Required Qualifications
Bachelor's degree in a field related to the department or program being supported. A minimum of two years' experience in marketing, advertising, communications, Internet marketing, or public relations, is required. Prior work experience in higher education is preferred. Demonstrated experience in reaching the goals of an area or program is required. Applicants must include in their online resume the following information: 1)Employment history: name of company, period employed (from month/year to month/year), job title, summary of job duties and 2) Education: school name, degree type, major, graduated or not, and hours completed if not graduated.
Preferred Qualifications
Prior higher education experience. Must be a creative and excellent writer. Must have excellent communication skills including interpersonal, presentation, and listening skills. Persuasive skills in marketing and recruitment are required. Must have demonstrable problem-solving skills. Must be able to interpret data and synthesize trends in student enrollments. Must have computer knowledge, including familiarity with graphic design and web software, and experience in driving effective website content. Must have a proven ability to work with a variety of constituents and stakeholders to achieve goals. * Achieve goals by working with and respecting constituent and stakeholder groups; * Communicate effectively through listening, writing, and presenting; * Utilize persuasion * Be familiar with industry best-practices in recruitment and marketing; * Be willing to analyze problems and offer solutions; * Experience with developing marketing material * Experience with social networking systems and technology * Experience using technology to support key job requirements (i.e. advanced Microsoft Office Suite - Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access); Web page development and updating skills are preferred * Have knowledge of and familiarity with computer tools in graphic design, web authoring, and content maintenance; * Be familiar with the effective use and synthesis of information (including but not limited to student enrollment trends, searchable databases, and best practices). * Proven ability to work with multiple deadlines and multiple priorities, time management and organizational skills * Ability to work as part of a team with a common goal of student, faculty and staff support. * Note: The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by people assigned to this classification. They are not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel so classified.
Working Conditions
May work around standard office conditions. Repetitive use of a keyboard at a workstation. Use of manual dexterity. Climbing of stairs. Lifting and moving. Criminal background check conducted.
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Amy Osborn, M.Ed.
Executive Assistant to the Dean and
Program Coordinator for Technology Initiatives

College of Science
Office: (817) 272-3444
Fax: (817) 272-3511
E-mail: osborn at uta.edu<mailto:osborn at uta.edu>

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