Regional Enrollment & Admissions – Hamilton: The Regional Director of Enrollment Management will provide leadership and direction in strategic enrollment management for regional campuses; execute a strategic enrollment management planning; serve as an executive leader in the administration of regional enrollment offices; lead teams to achieve optimum enrollment, retention and competition goals.
As Regional Director of Enrollment Management, the individual will: Create, execute and administer a strategic enrollment management plan to achieve optimum enrollment, retention, and completion goals. Administer and direct regional offices of Admission, Data Analysis, Enrollment Operations & One Stop Services, Financial Aid, Strategic Enrollment Initiatives, and Veteran Services; supervise department administrators. Develop, execute and evaluate enrollment and student success strategies, programs, policies, services, and resource management meeting best practices, demand, and government policy. Analyze enrollment and success data; calculate and evaluate enrollment targets; execute enrollment forecasting, predictive modeling, enrollment monitoring and distribution. Lead key stakeholders in enrollment, student success, and supporting offices in the execution and evaluation of enrollment management strategies. Lead progressive collaboration with internal and external stakeholders to achieve regional enrollment and success objectives, initiating partnerships, and participating in administrative external relation efforts. Effectively build consensus across multiple university offices, including working closely with units that are supervised by others, to execute strategic enrollment management and student success plans. Serve in an administrative capacity on various committees and councils including the Regional Dean's Executive Council; act as Regional liaison with the Division of Enrollment Management and Student Success.
Required: Bachelor's degree; more than eight years of experience in higher education; enrollment management knowledge; leadership and direct supervisory experience; strategic planning and data-driven decision-making skills; strong project management skills; demonstrated outstanding written, verbal, and interpersonal communication skills; commitment to enrolling and employing highly talented and diverse individuals; ability to work collaboratively; understanding of related technology. The position is not eligible for H-1B sponsorship.
Consideration may be given to candidates with a master's degree in higher education or related field; knowledge of student success best practices, trends, and regulations; experience at a regional campus or open admission institution; ability to cultivate and maintain relationships with a variety of stakeholders; experience with diverse student populations.
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