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WorkSource Oregon Associate Dean of Admissions in PORTLAND, Oregon

Job Purpose The Associate Dean of Admissions creates, organizes and executes on- and off-campus recruitment events, manages communication efforts, represents the college during recruitment travel, recommends territory travel and recruitment strategies, and reviews and makes admissions recommendations for approximately 600 applicants per year. In addition, this position oversees the college's multicultural and transfer recruitment plans. This position also supervises work-study students and student volunteers. Using enrollment data, this position reports on admissions outcomes and effectiveness. This position leads and executes at least one major office initiative annually. Extensive evening and weekend work required. As a member of the undergraduate admissions counseling team, the associate dean of admissions manages the recruitment, admission, and enrollment of prospective students to the College of Arts and Sciences. This position is critical to the college's efforts to meet annual enrollment goals. This entails coordinating with the other members of the admissions staff, and working closely with athletics, financial aid, faculty, campus staff, current students, alumni, and other community members. Visitors to the college engage with admissions counselors during information sessions, individual interviews, and larger admissions events. Through a territory management model, this position serves as a primary point of contact for prospective students, parents and family, high school counselors, community based organizations, and other off-campus constituents. What You'll Do Territory management: Develops and executes territory management strategy and plan by analyzing data including high schools enrollment reports and characteristics, program effectiveness, yield, community organization partnerships, planning duration and type of travel, counseling prospective students and families, cultivating relationships with high school counselors, engaging independent educational consultants, maintaining accurate school files and travel reports. Application review: Manages application files based on territory management model, conducts holistic admissions review, and independently approves admission decisions and merit-based scholarship awards for first-year applicants. Completes final review of applications. Travel: Implements travel strategy by visiting high schools, attending college fairs, conducting interviews, hosting receptions and collaborating with professional colleagues and alumni. Involves significant evening and weekend hours in an independent setting. Position requires six to eight weeks of travel per year. Represents the college to campus visitors: Conducts on-campus evaluative interviews of prospective students, engages visiting families, leads public presentations based on accurate institutional data and researched knowledge of the institution, hosts counselors and other visitors to the campus. Participates in multiple large on-campus visit programs. Creation of strategy and implementation for multicultural and transfer recruitment and enrollment. Professional knowledge: Stays current with institutional curricular and co-curricular programming, campus develo

WorkSource Oregon is an equal opportunity employer/program. Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities. Language assistance is available to person with limited English proficiency at no cost.

WorkSource Oregon es un programa/empleador que respeta la igualdad de oportunidades. Ayudas auxiliares y servicios para personas con discapacidades estará disponible sin costo. Asistencia de idiomas para personas con conocimiento limitado del inglés sin costo alguno.