Benefits Summary: Medical, Dental, Vision, and Prescription insurance, Life insurance, Workers’ Compensation insurance, Unemployment insurance, and Total Disability insurance. Retirement: The University contributes 4% of the regular salary with up to 3% additional in matched contributions into the TIAA Retirement Program. Other benefits include tuition remission for employee, spouse, and employee’s dependent children under the age of 25 (this does not include the last two year of the PharmD program or the JD), twenty days of vacation and twenty days of paid medical leave per year.
Job Summary: The Director of International Admissions is responsible for leading the International Admissions Office in its efforts to recruit international students and collaborate with other offices to market ONU to an international audience. The director will lead the recruitment, admissions and transition to matriculation of international applicants. The director will be responsible for meeting university-wide strategic enrollment targets, developing recruitment and marketing strategy for existing and emerging international markets, and managing relationships with relevant subcontracted agencies and vendors.
Oversee the recruitment and admissions process including international travel for education fairs and information sessions, social media, and “arm-chair” recruitment, etc. in order to successfully attain admission goals.
Participate in developing strategic enrollment goals and plans that involve faculty, alumni and current students in the international recruiting process. In consultation with Deans and faculty program leaders, develop strategy and provide direction to generate leads as well as establish both internal/external networks.
Coordinate and develop marketing efforts for recruiting, including social media management, in collaboration with the Director of Enrollment Communications and Marketing.
Manage all applicant assessment activities including responding to queries from prospective students and applicants, reviewing of applications, reviewing of merit-based scholarships, and making admissions recommendations.
Complete a thorough analysis of all recruitment and admission activities with an eye towards implementing more effective and efficient activities. Conduct research to identify a broad range of candidates and referral sources.
Supervise staff and oversee the departmental budget.
Serve as a liaison between international entities and various offices on campus.
Perform other duties as assigned.
Advanced knowledge of industry standards for the practice of international recruitment in higher education.
Experience with evaluation of academic credentials.
Ability to interact with people from diverse backgrounds, and demonstrated cultural understanding and sensitivity.
Experience with managing a budget and with marketing
Superior interpersonal, listening and oral and written communication skills, including presentation skills.
Ability to engage with a variety of constituents (prospective and current students, alumni, faculty, agencies, and vendors, etc.) from many different cultural backgrounds.
Excellent organizational skills; ability to execute multiple objectives concurrently.
Ability and willingness to work evenings and weekends as needed, and to travel domestically and internationally.
Three to five years of successful experience in admissions and recruiting, marketing roles.
Some direct experience in recruiting international students.
Valid passport and ability to travel internationally.
Five or more years of similar work experience.
Experience living, studying, or working both in the US and outside the US
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