|Title:||Assistant Director for Professional Studies Division|
|Description:||1. Recruit students, primarily through travel to off-campus campus sites, including businesses and military installations. 2. Regularly meet with prospective students, both at the Beverly campus and during travel to off-campus sites, and provide students with program and admissions information. Attend business expos, career fairs, businesses, schools for the purpose of student recruitment. 3. Provides basic advising information to prospective students in regard to admissions requirements, transfer credits, assessment of prior learning, financial aid, and educational benefits for veterans and active military personnel. 4. Meet with military personnel about specific requirements of military sites and communicate this information to the Assistant Dean and Director of Professional Studies. 5. Handle admissions and advising paperwork as determined necessary by the Director of Enrollment and Advising. 6. Handle administrative tasks for the Assistant Dean as assigned, most especially those related to course scheduling and paperwork for faculty assignments. 7. Perform other functions as assigned.|
|Qualifications:||Prior experience in recruitment aspect of admissions or related experience is desirable. Bachelor degree required. Ability and willingness to travel to off-campus sites in the New England area. Good communication skills, highly organized, and willingness to learn required. Must be able to work evening and weekends as assigned; must have a car and a valid Massachusetts driver license and travel as assigned.|
To apply for a position, please send a letter of application, resume and names and phone numbers of three references to:
376 Hale Street, Beverly, MA 01915
FAX: (978) 927-0084
Endicott College is accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges
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