This position represents the Wisconsin School of Business and its MBA programs for working professionals to accomplished career professionals and a variety of businesses and organizations. Reporting to the Director of Admissions for the Evening, Executive, and Corporate Executive MBA programs, the Assistant Director of Admissions plays an integral role in the development and implementation of strategic recruitment and yield initiatives, admissions and enrollment management, scholarship management, program development and assessment, and administrative oversight of all operations and student information systems associated with admissions and recruitment. In addition to the specialization in admissions and recruitment efforts, the Assistant Director serves as an essential member of the program staff which oversees the entire administration of the Evening, Executive, and Corporate Executive MBA programs with an annual enrollment of approximately 280 students. The key areas managed by the program staff are marketing, recruitment and admissions, faculty development, student advising, student services, career management services, curricular program development, and global enrichment.
Degree and area of specialization:
Bachelor's degree required. Master's degree preferred.
Minimum number of years and type of relevant work experience:
- At least two years relevant experience required. Experience in higher education, admissions and
recruitment, and graduate/professional degree programs highly desirable.
- Understanding of the mission and goals of business education, particularly MBA programs.
- Appreciation for the motivations and needs of working professionals pursuing an advanced
- Outstanding interpersonal and customer service skills and ability to build relationships with highachieving,
accomplished professionals across all industries. Must be able to work with various
constituencies, including prospective and current students, alumni, faculty, and staff.
- Exceptional written and oral communication skills, including public speaking.
- Strong organizational and analytical skills; attention to detail and precision.
- Demonstrated ability to exercise judgment, take initiative, and work both independently and
- Capacity to thrive in a small, fast-paced office.
- Excellent facility with the use of computers, office software applications, and complex student
database and CRM systems.
- Availability for evening and weekend hours.
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