Requisition ID: 2022-8374 Position Type: Full-Time Schedule Shift: Day Hours Per Week: 38 Travel: 25% Category: Administrative/Office Support
Under the direction of the Director of Admissions, and in collaboration with the Senior Admissions Coordinator, the Admissions Counselor assumes responsibility for the day-to-day processing of all applicants to the College of Osteopathic Medicine including, but not limited to, counseling prospective students, coordinating interview days, and assisting with the development of and attendance at various recruitment events, as well as other duties as assigned. This position requires some travel (approximately 20%).
Responsibilities The Admissions Counselor reviews all application materials submitted by COM applicants to determine the appropriate action required from the Admissions and Standards Committee and will track each applicant through to matriculation. The Admissions Counselor is responsible for most correspondence between the Committee and the applicant. The Admissions Counselor will counsel applicants with regards to their academic, professional, and personal experiences insofar as those experiences relate to their applications to the university. The Admissions Counselor will assist with the development of COM-specific recruitment activities, both on- and off-campus, and will assess each activity. The Admissions Counselor will also assist the Dean of Student Affairs with the annual editing process for the University catalog. The Admissions Counselor will assist with university-level events, such as Orientation and Commencement. Other duties to be assigned as necessary.
Qualifications An Associates Degree is required; a Bachelors degree is strongly preferred. Clear competency in both oral and written communication, excellent customer service skills, and a professional appearance are required. Business experience in a high volume office environment and public relations experience is strongly preferred.
Proficiency in Microsoft Word and Excel. Strong organizational and administrative skills. Ability to maintain a calm and professional demeanor in stressful situations. Basic mathematical abilities, including the use of simple statistics in discovering/projecting trends.
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