Assistant Director, Graduate Student Affairs And Admissions

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Position SummaryManage the Office of Graduate Admissions and other school-wide graduate admissions and related student affairs functions for the Rory Meyers College of Nursing (admissions and financial aid including scholarships and awards) and develop related publications. Contribute to the development and implementation of strategic marketing plans in conjunction with the College's Dean for Graduate Programs. Plan, implement, and attend student recruitment and other admissions-related special events. Manage admissions process; perform preliminary screening of applications; informs faculty of complete applications ready for decision-making, and oversees the return of applications from Master's Program Directors with decisions to the Asst. Director in a timely fashion. Recruit prospective students and assist with development of new recruitment strategies. Advise prospective students on University's and College's admission requirements, policies and procedures, program curricula and professional values and ethics. Develop and manage student on- and off-campus recruitment efforts. Supervise maintenance of various databases. Develop and participate in events such as new student orientations. Serve as liaison with various University offices, external social services agencies and professional Nursing and healthcare organizations to promote College's graduate programs. Serve as the College representative to the University in matters concerning graduate admissions. Manage daily office operations.QualificationsRequired Education:Bachelor's degreePreferred Education:Master's degree.Required Experience:3 years relevant experience or an equivalent combination. Must include experience with admissions or student enrollment, and academic advisement.Required Skills, Knowledge and Abilities:Proven ability to direct and implement effective recruitment strategies and to develop strategic marketing plans for master's, advanced certificate and doctoral programs. Ability to direct the admissions decision process by the graduate faculty. Thorough knowledge of admissions, financial aid and enrollment management systems policies and procedures. Excellent interpersonal, organizational, verbal, and written communication skills. Ability to effectively communicate with individuals at all levels, including teaming with the Master's Program Directors, the College's Scholarship Officer, and the University's Office of Financial Aid. Ability to plan and oversee a variety of projects, including managing numerous information sessions throughout the year, meet deadlines, and be attentive to detail. Knowledge of word-processing, spreadsheet and database software (Apply Yourself, PeopleSoft, and Microsoft Access). Excellent analytical skills of admissions, and enrollment data.Additional InformationNYU aims to be among the greenest urban campuses in the country and carbon neutral by 2040. Learn more at Orientation/Gender Identity




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Posted: 9/18/2020
Application Due: 9/27/2020
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