ADMISSIONS AND DATA SPECIALIST, School of Medicine
Location: BOSTON, Massachusetts
Internal Number: 4510
The Admissions and Data Specialist enhances the Mental Health Counseling and Behavioral Medicine Program's (MHCBMs) ability to efficiently recruit and enroll students with a high level of customer service and make informed decisions affecting admissions based upon analysis of admissions data. Reporting to the Senior Program Manager, the Admissions Specialist is experienced with Admissions systems and tools and pursues opportunities to improve operations that facilitate student enrollment. The Admissions Specialist is also a key collaborator with the MHCBM faculty and GMS staff focused on student services and program support. This role will also collaborate with other Boston University Schools and Colleges that work with us on delivering exceptional programming.
A cover letter is required for consideration. Bachelors degree required 3-5 years experience Excellent written and oral communication and presentation skills Outstanding interpersonal skills Exceptional reasoning, problem-solving and analytical skills, including an ability to translate ideas and concepts into clear, actionable steps Superb organizational skills and the ability to multi-task Ability to work independently as well collaboratively with team members Energy and stamina, self-confidence and humility, a strong sense of purpose, a tolerance for ambiguity and a sense of humor If this role resonates with you we encourage you to apply.
If you are hesitant to apply because you have not previously performed every responsibility listed in the description, but you do possess transferable skills, our values, and the defined qualifications, we still want to hear from you and welcome your application. To learn more about the Mental Health Counseling and Behavioral Medicine program please stop by the MHCBM website:
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