Assistant Dean of Graduate Admissions
Hofstra University Office of Graduate Admissions Assistant Dean of Graduate Admissions Description: Reporting to the Dean of Graduate Admissions, the assistant dean will be responsible for assisting the dean with graduate level recruitment, advisement and retention efforts in the Office of Graduate Admissions. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: Strategize and collaborate with deans and graduate program directors to identify, research and develop program-specific recruitment opportunities, represent graduate admissions at off campus graduate and career fairs, student-based conferences, professional and school-based info sessions, assist the recruitment and retention team in planning, organization, and execution of all on campus graduate open houses, info sessions and registration events, oversee and handle all emails on firstname.lastname@example.org, conduct one-on-one consultations with prospective graduate students as well advise and register newly accepted matriculated and non-matriculated graduate students, review electronic documents submitted by applicants and approve for release to departments; and all other duties assigned by the Dean. The ability to travel and work occasional evenings and weekends is required. Qualifications: A Bachelor's degree is required. A master's degree, prior admissions experience in the field of higher education, knowledge of Ellucian and Hobson's Apply Yourself is preferred. The ideal• candidate will possess exceptional interpersonal communication abilities, excellent analytical skills, a strong work ethic, and an ability and desire to solve simple and complex problems. Valid driver's license required. Application Instruction: For consideration, forward a resume and a letter of interest to: Carol J Drummer, Dean of Graduate Admissions 105 Memorial Hall 126 Hofstra University Hempstead; New York 11549 516 463-4664 (fax) Carol.J.Drummer@hofstra.edu Hofstra University is an equal opportunity employer, committed to fostering diversity in its faculty administrative staff and student body, and encourages applications from the entire spectrum of a diverse community.