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The Michael G. Foster School of Business has an outstanding opportunity for a Recruiting & Admissions Administrator (Counseling Services Coordinator) to support the Master of Supply Chain Management (MSCM) program.
MSCM is a self-sustaining graduate degree program that addresses the need for successful supply chain managers. Our program equips individuals with solid business skills, decision-making capabilities, and knowledge of information technology needed to oversee the flow of goods. The Counseling Services Coordinator will report to the Program Director for MSCM. The position will interact regularly with other staff, faculty, and prospective students in execution of the position responsibilities.
We are searching for a motivated individual that can work in a flexible environment and is capable of working independently and exercising independent judgment. This position requires strong people skills and knowledge of university procedures, rules, systems, and policies. The person in this position must be able to communicate effectively with prospective students and applicants with widely varying academic backgrounds, work experiences, and nationalities. The Counseling Services Coordinator will develop and administer MSCM recruiting activities and events and should be available evenings and weekends, as required.
Recruitment, Marketing & Outreach
The Counseling Services Coordinator is first in line to meet with prospective students. This person must have a deep understanding of the program and be flexible to meet with candidates via drop-in or appointments, Skype, phone or email.
Respond to a high volume of inquiries about topics such as program fees, financial aid, curriculum, career services provided, informational events, application process, etc.
Advise prospective students on the MSCM program prerequisites, minimum requirements, curriculum, program fit, and preparation of application materials.
Develop and execute strategies for prospective student engagement including
but not limited to
information sessions, applications workshop, special recruiting events, social media and program website.
Oversee marketing campaigns and prospective student communication plans, including email newsletters, postcard mailings, and other communications as needed. Manage the program's CRM and serve as liaison to our Marketing Communications team.
Present information sessions and application workshops to prospective students.
Represent the graduate program at career fairs, recruiting events and meetings.
Manage the prospective student Class Visit program.
Develop and manage a student ambassador program. Advise student ambassadors on how to promote
Foster, share their experiences and give advice to prospective students participating in the Class
Work closely with the Foster alumni team to explore ways to include recruitment in alumni events.
Admissions & New Student Onboarding
Manage the inflow of application materials and maintain confidential applicant information with a high degree of accuracy. Correspond with applicants regarding materials received.
Track candidates as they move through the evaluation, interview, and decision process. Monitor the waitlist, providing updates to and responding to questions from candidates until they receive final decisions.
Prepare admission decision materials and convey admissions decisions in the
Graduate School's MyGrad Program.
Develop, design and manage the admitted student onboarding process from acceptance through arrival on campus including, but not limited to communication plans and admitted student events.
In collaboration with the MSCM advisor and student services specialist, plan and execute the new student Orientation.
Administration & Budget
Act as liaison with the UW Graduate School to ensure UW and Foster School policies and procedures are followed.
Oversee program budgets for recruitment events, marketing campaigns and
Class Visit program.
Develop reports evaluating performance and effectiveness of recruiting and admissions events and activities.
Other responsibilities as assigned.
For detailed information on Benefits for this position click here.
| The Counseling Services Coordinator must be available to work evenings and weekends as required, and to occasionally travel outside of Washington State. |
Background check required.
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Appointment to this position is contingent upon obtaining satisfactory results from a criminal background check.