Job Listing - Administrators
Director, AdmissionsDepartment: AdmissionsJob Number: 14101Date Posted: 7/30/2014Status: Accepting applications
Directs the organization and administration of admissions to all the undergraduate programs; plans, implements and monitors recruitment activities per enrollment goals and plans for the undergraduate programs; develops and oversees all undergraduate recruitment strategies and activities; maintains and reports data related to the effectiveness of admission-related and recruitment strategies and the profiles of admitted students in the undergraduate programs which include, but are not limited to establishing and evaluation of student recruitment strategies to meet institutional needs and admissions criteria; accountable to various internal and external institutional publics regarding admission criteria and decisions; and is accountable to the faculty and staff regarding the impact of admissions standards on institutional survival and the effectiveness of admissions criteria; collaborates all marketing initiatives, including publications, advertising and mailings, training of staff for marketing skills; manages all facets of the admissions process; provides a positive image of Gallaudet University and its impact on students in terms of academic growth, professional preparation, and personal growth, and promotes Gallaudet as an excellent place to pursue an undergraduate education.
Master's degree in an academic discipline or Bachelor's Degree with seven years of admissions related experience. Minimum five years work experience in administration and/or program management, i.e., admission-related areas. Strong background in deafness and student development. Evidence of academic preparation in areas of deafness, counseling, and administration and supervision. Evidence of administrative, supervisory ability, and leadership skills. Thorough understanding of educational needs and abilities of deaf and hard of hearing students and knowledge of Gallaudet's programs and services from pre-college through graduate level. Knowledge of admission issues, faculty, and administration concerns, and public constituencies and their concerns. Ability to formulate, communicate, and implement policies and procedures. Ability to deal effectively with professionals on and off campus. Excellent writing and marketing skills. Effective communicator with strong interpersonal skills. Must possess interest in using the website for admissions marketing and application. Fluency in sign language required at time of application.
$83,400 to $150,100
Director, Financial AidDepartment: Financial AidJob Number: 14102Date Posted: 7/30/2014Status: Accepting applications
Under the general supervision of the Chief Enrollment Management Officer, oversees the Financial Aid Office which administers student financial aid programs that are funded by the federal government, various states and the university. Responsible for ensuring compliance with federal regulations, state regulations, and university policies; ensures that procedures and processes are automated and streamlined to promote excellent customer service; and provides financial aid reports and other related data to the University and U.S. Department of Education.
Master's degree in student personnel, higher education administration or related field. A minimum six years of experience in financial aid. Evidence of management or supervisory experience. Knowledge of Federal/other higher education financial aid programs and the regulations governing the administration of these programs. No American Sign Language required at time of application but must be willing to learn and become proficient within a reasonable period of time.
$83,400 to $150,100
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