Description: Acting under the guidance of the Director of Admission, the Assistant Director will work with the Director and others to recruit appropriate students for The Kiski School, with an emphasis on international student recruitment. The Assistant Director will represent the mission and programs of the school as accurately and energetically as possible. The Assistant Director will also rely on data and his good judgment in making decisions on behalf of The Kiski School and the Admission Office. The Assistant Director will at all times endeavor to take actions that enhance the vitality and appeal of The Kiski School to potential students and families.
Plan, schedule and execute travel abroad. Specific international travel will include Asia, Vietnam, Mexico, Saudi Arabia and Spain.
Target, initiate contact with and recruit qualified and appropriate students for The Kiski School.
Consult with the Director in identifying new markets and others on campus who might assist with our travel efforts.
Oversee K-Club: continue to revise selection process and functionality of this group; train and organize tour guides
Direct the organization and execution of all three Open Houses each year.
Perform the duties of the Admission Director in her absence.
Participate in professional development opportunities by attending conferences and workshops.
Collaborate in the design and management of the plan to attract, admit and retain qualified students
Organize all FA documents and contact with parents regarding FA documents.
Serve as a member of the Admission, Financial Aid and Enrollment Committees.
Collaborate with the Director of Communications to market the Kiski experience, as well as arrange distribution of information and stay connected with prospective families.
Frequently check Kiski’s online presence and be sure information is accurate.
Participate in the planning and execution of Brothers Weekend.
Manage statistical reports
NAIS stats online
International Student Count
About The Kiski School
Kiski has a long history and a rich heritage dating back to 1888.
The educational philosophy of Kiski’s founder, Dr. Andrew Wilson, was greatly influenced by the preceptorial system he experienced as a Princeton University student. Today, this teaching method – based on small classes and individualized tutorial sessions – remains the defining element of the Kiski experience. A traditional college preparatory curriculum is enhanced by diverse offerings in the arts and a robust technology program. Small classes allow our teachers , almost all of whom live on campus, to model the habits we expect our students to learn and practice: honesty, civility, tenacity and open-mindedness. Our teachers are experts in the education of boys . They understand their unique learning needs, they know how to reach and teach young men, and, most importantly, they love what they do. Moreover, our faculty is committed to helping our students develop what many have termed 21st century skills - the proficiencies they will need to survive and thrive in college and beyond.