Assistant Vice Chancellor and Director of Undergraduate Admissions
East Carolina University invites nominations and applications for the position of Assistant Vice Chancellor and Director of Undergraduate Admissions (Assistant Vice Chancellor). The Assistant Vice Chancellor has overall responsibility for the Office of Undergraduate Admissions, is delegated authority to make decisions in the evaluation of students for admission, and serves in a senior leadership role in executing the University’s strategic enrollment management plan. The Assistant Vice Chancellor is responsible for ensuring accuracy of admissions decisions, meeting new freshmen and new transfer enrollment goals established by senior administration, and ensuring compliance with all related ECU and UNC System policies and procedures.
ECU is the fourth largest university in the University of North Carolina (UNC) system, which consists of the state’s sixteen degree-granting public institutions. ECU offers one of the widest range of programs among the UNC schools, and is the only university in North Carolina that has a School of Medicine, a School of Dental Medicine, and a College of Engineering & Technology all on one campus. Building upon its rich history, ECU’s next century will be marked by the opportunity it provides to more students, the number of diseases cured, and the building of a new economy.
The University is located in a residential community in Greenville, NC on 1,400 acres, with six million square feet of academic, research, and residential space. Enrollment has grown at ECU by more than 21% over the last decade. It contributes $3 billion a year to the regional economy. ECU confers more than 5,800 degrees annually, has approximately 165,000 alumni, and a work force of 5,600, which includes 1,792 full-time faculty. It operates with a budget of $800 million and over $40 million in extramural funding in support for research, service, and instruction. ECU offers a wide range of academic programs to meet the needs of a diverse student body.
Candidates must hold a master’s degree and have a proven track record of success in recruitment with a minimum of five years of directly related experience in the administration of an admissions office.
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