Job Positions

Admissions and New Student Enrollment Advisor

Categories: Northeast Region 1

Department:

School of Management

Institution:

University at Buffalo

Date Posted:

08/01/2017

Close Date:

08/30/2017
 

Position Description

The Admissions and New Student Enrollment Advisor will participate in both internal and external recruitment and will help lead the transition of students entering the School of Management as internal transfers, external transfers, or first semester freshmen at UB. You will play an integral role in delivering all facets of the UB 360 admission events from room and food reservations, creation of event materials, to meeting with prospective students and their families. You will also meet with current UB students who are considering a degree in management and are seeking additional information. You must be able to apply university and School of Management policies as well as all university technology such as HUB, Webnow, Pathfinder, SSC Foundation and Campus to deliver the highest quality of student service and advisement. The successful candidate will apply strong technology skills, communication, and attention to details in all areas of this position.

Duties

  • The position’s duties also include:

  • Creating and coordinating programming to assist students newly admitted or transitioning out of the management majors (dismissed or denied admission)

  • Coordinating new student orientations, which includes booking rooms, manage communication with Orientation and Transition and Parent Program office, working with the lead advisor for new freshmen or transfers to develop and deliver orientation program

  • Working in collaboration with the admission/special events coordinator and the academic advisement team to prepare students with the pre-registration/registration process for their first semester

  • Managing the first-semester freshmen registration process, which includes sending welcome message to students, reviewing all pre-registration materials (transcripts, data forms, and admission data), determining first semester course placement, and processing initial semester course registration

  • Reviewing transcripts, processing curricular petitions and exceptions, and tasks related to setting-up a student’s departmental file.

Application Process

Applications and resume/cover letter for this position will ONLY be accepted by using UBJobs at https://www.ubjobs.buffalo.edu/postings/10523If you have any questions about using UBJobs, please call 716-645-7777 or visit https://www.ubjobs.buffalo.edu/.Deadline for external applicants: 8/30/2017

Institution Information

The School of Management is among the highest in quality among business schools worldwide. Specifically, the undergraduate program is ranked in virtually all of the major rankings, usually in the top 15 to 20 percent of an elite core group. Serving 3,000 undergraduate students per year, the School of Management offers its students many innovative services and resources such as our award-winning Undergraduate Learning and Community Center. As such, recruiting, matriculating, and retaining high quality students is a top priority and the School of Management looks to add to their admissions advising staff.

Additional Information

UB North Campus, Full-time position, Salary: $47,500

Contact Information

All applications (and resume/cover letters) only accepted via UBjobs, please do NOT email them.

Qualifications:

Required Qualifications

  • Master’s degree in Higher Education / College Student Personnel or a related field.

  • Experience working with undergraduate students in a college/university setting.

  • Strong interpersonal, communication (both oral and written), attention to detail and strong technology skills including Microsoft Office (Access, Excel and Word).

Preferred Qualifications

  • A minimum of 3-5 year of professional work experience working with undergraduate students in a college/university setting.

  • Mastery of various social media.

  • Demonstrated ability to work in high-volume customer service environment.