Reporting to the Executive Director of Lundquist Admissions and the Director of OEMBA, this role is a part of a comprehensive team that provides leadership and oversight to all Lundquist College of Business recruiting and admissions activities. The primary focus of the Senior Associate Director of Executive Admissions is serving the OEMBA program and supervising various functions, which support the achievement of enrollment objectives for OEMBA. The secondary focus is assisting the Executive Director of Lundquist Admissions with identifying, designing, and implementing recruitment strategies while overseeing the day-to-day operations supporting the recruitment, admission, and retention of graduate students.
Responsibilities include identifying, executing, and managing innovative, effective recruitment events; finding and cultivating qualified prospective students; and attracting top students to both apply and enroll in the OEMBA program. The Senior Associate Director will also have opportunities to recruit and admit students to Executive Education programs in development.
The Senior Associate Director will be an experienced leader, with a motivating presence and an outgoing and open communication style, and must demonstrate an ability to work independently as well as collaboratively with prospective students, team members, faculty, current students, alumni, administrators, and staff; and serve as a liaison between prospective students and the Lundquist College of Business, University of Oregon.
Bachelor's degree, AND seven years of demonstrated experience that includes a combination of the following (three or more must be met):
Experience in admissions or other student affairs setting.
Experience in successful recruiting or consultative sales.
Demonstrated leadership and management experience, a strong understanding of admissions processes, and highly developed analytical skills.
Demonstrated networking experience with local, regional, national, and international business communities.
Conceptualizing events, programs, and/or resources that align with an organization’s strategic goals, and planning and executing these events, programs, and/or resources.
Supervision of a team (including but not limited to performance management, professional development growth, and development of performance metrics)
OR a combination of education and experience (as described above) totaling 10 years.
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