Associate Director of Admissions
California State University, Chico in California
|Deadline||Open until filled|
|Date Posted||June 2, 2014|
California State University, Chico invites applications and nominations for the position of Associate Director in the Office of Admissions. The Office of Admissions serves as a resource at CSU, Chico for information regarding admissions, financial aid, housing, academic curriculum, admission deadlines, and educational policies. The Office of Admissions provides campus tours and pre-admission advising.
Under general direction of the Director of Admissions, the Associate Director will provide strategic leadership, planning, coordination, communications, and evaluation for all aspects of off-campus recruitment, outreach, marketing, and communications contributing to the enrollment of academically qualified and culturally, ethnically, economically, geographically, and socially diverse students, and will assist in the overall management and operation of the Office of Admissions. The Associate Director is a key member of the Office of Admissions management team and will be involved in the creation of admission policies and procedures, management of daily operations, and strategic planning.
The Associate Director will provide primary leadership in the development, administration, and implementation of University recruitment efforts, with special emphasis on the recruitment, admission, and enrollment of a diverse student body. The Associate Director will create, administer, and execute traditional and non-traditional recruitment strategies for the purpose of achieving the Universitys recruitment goals.
Review of applications will begin June 23, 2014 and continue until the position is filled.
To submit an application or review the complete and up-to-date job announcement and application requirements: https://jobs.csuchico.edu/postings/2250.
To view the Universitys security report: http://www.csuchico.edu/up/.
How To Apply
You can apply for this position online at https://jobs.csuchico.edu/postings/2250