Villanova University: Engineering and Sciences Recruiting Coordinator
[posted from College Prep Roundtable]
Position at Villanova University
Engineering and Sciences Recruiting Coordinator
Position summary – This position serves as the primary admission representative for Villanova University in identifying and recruiting prospective students for the College of Engineering and those who may enroll in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences and major in one of the sciences.
Duties include: develop,implement, and coordinate a comprehensive marketing and communication plan to target these students; identify opportunities (e.g. targeted publications, specialized programs, etc.) that serve this population in order to provide information to them; develop, implement, and coordinate a complete visitation program specific to this group; work with regional recruiters in order to integrate specialized recruitment efforts into the generalized recruitment plans developed for each region; review and evaluate applications of this specialized group, as well as other applications as assigned; serve as liaison between the Office of University Admission and the Dean of the College of Engineering and Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences. Bachelor’s degree with 2-3 yrs. of administrative and counseling exp. in an office of admission; superior written, oral and organizational skills; ability to work independently, manage a budget allotted for recruiting within their assigned area; ability to work as part of a team and interface well with various on-campus constituents; good computer skills and exp. with NOLU, SCT Banner, Microsoft Word, Discoverer, and Excel, as well as Enrollment Planning Service(EPS). Salary – $32,785
To see more about position please go to Villanova’s website – <a href="http://www.villanova.edu">http://www.villanova.edu</a>
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