College Admissions Recruiter POSITION NO.:
: Student Affairs/Admissions and Records Office HIRING SALARY:
$38,026.62 - $41,646.80 annually; all salary calculations to start at the minimum salary HOURS:
8:00 A.M. - 5:00 P.M., Monday - Friday; (hours may vary to include evenings and weekends) CONTACT:
Human Resources (850) 201-8510 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org MAJOR FUNCTION:
The College Admissions Recruiter is housed in the Admissions and Records office and reports to the Director of Recruiting and Admissions. The College Admissions Recruiter performs the work of student advisement and assessment with regard to academic programs and College requirements. Primary duties will include, but are not limited to:
- Reviews and interprets placement and other standardized test scores, unofficial transcripts, and course prerequisites; interprets degree audits; provides guidance on degree/certificate graduation requirements; provides students with appropriate paths of study in order to achieve their educational goals; and assists with high school and home school dual enrollment registration and advising each semester.
- Provides outreach and recruitment support for recruitment including distance education, degree and certificate programs, and off-site service centers; communicating with prospective students in person, on the phone, and virtually; coordinating tracking and communications with students during the admissions process; guiding students through the application, admission, onboarding and registration processes; providing pre-collegiate and career advising to prospective students; managing ongoing contact and good public relations with students, staff and the community; and supervising student ambassadors and coordinating campus tours.
- Assists with New Student Onboarding during Fall, Spring and Summer Semesters Provides support and assistance with admissions to new students attending orientation.
- Plans and attends college recruiting activities including college fairs and outreach activities in community. Other duties as assigned.
: A Master's degree in counseling, education or a related area from an accredited college or university and two (2) years of related experience; or a Bachelor's degree in a related area from an accredited college or university and three (3) years of related experience. KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES
: Knowledge of College admissions requirements, policies, procedures, academic programs, assessment instruments, graduation requirements, university transfer requirements and the Florida articulation system, career planning, unofficial transcript evaluation, and other areas related to College programs and division activities. Knowledge of the Federal Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA). Knowledge of Microsoft Office. Must have oral and written communication skills to share accurate and reliable information with students, faculty, staff and the general public. Public speaking skills. Ability to provide extensive contact with the public in person, email or by phone. Ability to be detailed-oriented. Ability to plan, organize, and coordinate college events. Work independently, and in a team. Make sound judgments. Administer and interpret assessment results. Provide information sessions. Operate a personal computer. Drive a motor vehicle for distances up to 100 miles (25%) and must possess a valid driver's license.