Assistant Vice President for Enrollment Management

Stevens Institute of Technology invites applications and nominations for the ASSISTANT VICE PRESIDENT FOR ENROLLMENT MANAGEMENT. The University is seeking an experienced enrollment management professional with a successful record of achieving enrollment goals while ensuring a student-centered environment throughout the campus. Reporting to the Vice President for Enrollment Management and Student Affairs, the Assistant Vice President must have a collaborative, student-focused approach to problem solving, the ability to handle multiple projects in a fast-paced work environment, strong attention to details and the ability to balance a variety of tasks and deadlines. He/she must be an excellent leader and communicator who is able to foster collegiality and effective teamwork. Provide leadership and supervision for the Office of Undergraduate Admissions, the Office of Student Financial Services, the Office of Financial Aid, the Office of Pre-college Programs and the Student Services Center. Establish strategic direction, priorities and goals for the enrollment management unit in the development and implementation of a new comprehensive, integrated Student Information System (SIS). Partner on this initiative with the Division of Information Technology and other key constituents. Oversee the implementation of new state of the art systems in enrollment management areas (i.e. CRM, financial aid systems, billing). Utilize technology and innovation to improve processes and deliver services. Deliver excellent service to students and their families, faculty, staff and visitors by developing efficient, effective, and integrated policies, procedures and systems. Institute staff training programs that are based on best practices and regularly assess the results. Ensure careful adherence to compliance for the offices listed above, particularly Title IV compliance. Manage compliance with federal and state laws, regulations and guidelines and external reporting requirements. Verify that staff members are trained and knowledgeable about all applicable federal and state regulations and that a comprehensive compliance plan is developed, adhered to and regularly updated. Work closely with the Vice President for Enrollment Management and Student Affairs to implement a strategic enrollment plan that achieves the enrollment goals in the Stevens Strategic Plan and strategically shapes enrollment by various factors including academic program, student diversity, and academic ability. In consultation with the Division of Academic Affairs and university leadership, develop enrollment goals, targets, and metrics for various populations (undergraduates and pre-college students); monitor and report progress toward the accomplishment of goals. Generate enrollment management reports and research (combining admissions, enrollment, and financial aid data) for use in planning, assessment and budgeting, as well as policy and procedure development. Contribute to the achievement of other goals in the Stevens Strategic Plan as appropriate. Collaborate with the Division of Information Technology and the Office of Institutional Research to develop data systems and analytical tools to support strategic recruitment and enrollment. With the managers in each office, create plans for continuous improvement that include workflow analysis, collection of data and the development of metrics to provide a culture of data-informed decision making while encouraging creative ways to achieve goals. Ensure that staff members are continuously improving their skills to remain current with the rapidly changing environment, particularly in the technology area. Develop professional development programs for staff members. With each manager, implement a comprehensive assessment plan that analyzes the activities (and resources) utilized and the outcomes and impact of those activities. Lead various initiatives that involve coordination of offices across the university (i.e. SIS implementation, Data Integrity team). Performs other duties as may be assigned.