Assistant Director of Admissions
Classification Title: Assistant Director of Admissions
Division: Student Affairs and Enrollment Management
Nature of Work:
Under the supervision of the Associate Director of Admissions-Recruitment, the Assistant Director of Admissions-Transfer implements an effective outreach and recruitment strategy, including the design of communication, designed to yield transfer students. The Assistant Director provides day-to-day admission counseling to transfer students via phone, email, and face-to-face meetings both on campus and through travel to 2 year colleges and technical schools. This position is the lead for assisting with the enrollment of non-degree seeking student groups, such as post-baccalaureate, and transient students within the Office of Admissions. The Assistant Director will focus in both recruitment and processing in order to accomplish the goals of the department. In consultation with senior admissions leadership, this position will also assist with analyzing data and determining overall UWG recruitment strategy. This position works closely with other University offices and programs, in addition to other duties as assigned. A successful incumbent will be a team player with a strong work ethic, who actively contributes to the office welfare in a high volume, fast-paced environment.
Bachelor’s Degree required and Masters preferred. 2 years of admissions experience preferred 1 year required (or equivalent). Experience recruiting transfer, adult, and/or veteran students strongly preferred along with experience working directly with and supervising college students. Completion of a successful background and credit check are also required.
Salary $17.14 minimum - $22.38 midpoint
Physical Requirements/Working Conditions:
Must be able to travel and pick up boxes weighing in excess of 20 pounds
Notice to Applicants:
Please be advised that should you be recommended for a position, the University System of Georgia Board of Regents policy requires the completion of a background check as a prior condition of employment.