Associate Director of Graduate Admissions

Location
Longmeadow, Hampden County / Springfield, Hampden County
Posted
Jul 09, 2014
Become part of a vibrant community of world-class professionals transforming the lives of a motivated and diverse student population. A pioneer in innovative academic programs since 1897, Bay Path University is looking to fill this full time position. Responsible for the successful implementation of promotional events such as information sessions, webinars, and exhibiting opportunities for the Graduate School of Bay Path University, the recruitment and enrollment of qualified graduate students for all assigned graduate programs, and the promotion of all other current programs. Engage in relationship building with corporate and community partners and develop new markets for the graduate programs. Qualifications: Baccalaureate degree required and graduate degree preferred in related field. Experience working with marketing and recruitment in a college setting. Experience working with or advising students at the undergraduate or graduate level and previous Admissions or Enrollment Management experience preferred. Ability and willingness to travel and work irregular hours (evenings and weekends). A valid driver's license is required. Must have excellent oral and written communication skills with the ability to communicate persuasively and encourage potential students to consider Bay Path University. Successful candidate must have strong analytical abilities, ability to work under pressure and perform detailed project work with an emphasis on teamwork, working with students, faculty, staff and clients in a professional manner. Experience with Microsoft Office programs preferred. Applicants for this position should submit a cover letter outlining salary requirements, resume and contact information for four professional references. All applications should be sent electronically in MS Word format to hr@baypath.edu. An equal opportunity employer, Bay Path University is committed to fostering diversity in its student body, faculty, and staff.