Admissions Evaluator Job Description Sample
Admissions Evaluator, International Admissions & Processing
Title Admissions Evaluator, International Admissions & Processing Department Admissions & New Student Enrol (8102) Location Main Campus Position Summary
An Admissions Evaluator, as a member of the International Admissions team in the Office of Undergraduate Admissions Processing Unit, will be engaged in the critical work of application evaluation and review for all international student applicants. An Admissions Evaluator may assist in other admissions-related functions, including numerous aspects of student application evaluation, data management and testing, imaging and document processing, counseling/advising, and/or other enrollment management functions.
Outstanding UA benefits include health, dental, and vision insurance plans; life insurance and disability programs; paid vacation, sick leave, and holidays; UA/ASU/NAU tuition reduction for the employee and qualified family members; state and optional retirement plans; access to UA recreation and cultural activities; and more!
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Duties & Responsibilities
Review applications/files to make admission, decisions based on ABOR and UA criteria and/or guidelines for all undergraduate applications with international credentials, across all UA campuses
Perform significant data entry, verification, updates, evaluations, reviews/decisioning using numerous student information databases.
Enter, verify, and updates prospect, applicant and student information in databases from online sources.
Enter, verify, examine, evaluate and review/decision complex academic records/credentials of applicants.
Utilize information from high school and college transcripts and additionally submitted credentials to perform transcript/credential evaluations.
Evaluate and review foreign college transcripts and/or applicable test scores (AP, CLEP, etc.) to determine whether courses/credits are transferable to UA.
Process applications in a timely manner so that enrollment goals can be reached, minimum of 60 files per week on average
Develops expertise in international credential evaluation and serves as a resource to others
Provide a confirmation review of application materials to confirm an admission or denial decision for colleagues
Determine, verify, and update the categorization of student applications/records
Collaborate with colleagues and leadership to monitor/process/evaluate various specific populations of applicants
Perform duties involving the imaging and document management system and IDP unit, including pre-treating, scanning, indexing, verifying, accessing documents and data.
Manage incoming mail, processes for marking documents as received and scanning materials after review
May correspond with students about application statuses, questions, requests or decisions rendered on applications, regarding admissions, honors admission, or merit aid
May track and pre-treat college transcripts, following procedural training and documentation and guidance of functional leads and supervisors
May be expected to work evenings and/or weekends during peak seasons.
Works with colleagues in documenting office policies, practices, work flows, and project including the creation or maintenance of job-related workflow documents, job aids, business practice and training guides
Process and document incoming credit card paper payment forms for international applicants
May be required to supervise international admissions processing student workers
Provides walk-in visiting hours for international student recruitment in conjunction with the other members of the International Admissions team
Serves as a member of the International Admissions Team, providing support to all other members of the team and other representatives and/or departments
Perform a broad array of admissions processing, recruitment (counseling/advising) customer service functions.
Works as a part of the International Admissions team and is collaborative in the office environment
Performs other related duties as assigned.
Knowledge, Skills, & Abilities Minimum Qualifications
- Earned Bachelor's degree from an accredited institution of higher education.
Experience in admissions, higher education or other related field preferred.
Highly motivated, able to handle considerable and varied responsibilities in a complex environment, have outstanding organization, time-management, multi-tasking, writing and speaking skills.
FLSA Exempt Full Time/Part Time Full Time Number of Hours Worked per Week 40 Job Category Administrative and Professional Benefits Eligible Yes - Full Benefits Posted Rate of Pay $30,000 Annually Type of criminal background check required: Fingerprint criminal background check (security sensitive due to title or department)
Posting Detail Information
Posting Number A23760 Number of Vacancies One Desired Start Date Position End Date (if temporary) Limited to Current UA Employees No Contact Information for Candidates
Open Date 06/12/2019 Close Date Open Until Filled Yes Review Begins On 06/28/2019 Special Instructions to Applicant Diversity Statement
At the University of Arizona, we value our inclusive climate because we know that diversity in experiences and perspectives is vital to advancing innovation, critical thinking, solving complex problems, and creating an inclusive academic community. As an Hispanic-serving institution, we translate these values into action by seeking individuals who have experience and expertise working with diverse students, colleagues, and constituencies. Because we seek a workforce with a wide range of perspectives and experiences, we provide equal employment opportunities to applicants and employees without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity, or genetic information. As an Employer of National Service, we also welcome alumni of AmeriCorps, Peace Corps, and other national service programs and others who will help us advance our Inclusive Excellence initiative aimed at creating a university that values student, staff and faculty engagement in addressing issues of diversity and inclusiveness.
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Assistant Director Of Transfer Admissions
Reporting to the Director of Transfer Admissions, the Assistant Director of Transfer Admissions plays an integral role in meeting the recruitment and enrollment goals identified by the Colleges Strategic Plan.
Ten weeks of recruitment at community colleges (transfer fairs and campus visits) during the fall and spring semesters.
Prepare course-by-course transfer credit evaluations for prospective and accepted transfer students.
Assist with processing of transfer applications to prepare for an Admissions Committee review.
Counsel applicants, students, and their families about available sources of financial assistance (including institutional, state, and federal aid as well as loan options), eligibility requirements, and application procedures.
Participate in some weekend and evening events.
Perform other duties as assigned by the Director of Transfer Admissions and the Vice President for Enrollment Management.
Required Skills and Characteristics:
Excellent verbal and written communication skills
Professional judgment and discretion
Strong attention to detail and the ability to multi-task
Hardworking, flexible and adaptable
Capability to see the big picture and understand divisional goals and prioritize their work accordingly.
Ability to work unsupervised and take initiative on projects as well as to see projects through completion.
Team-oriented and willing to assist other staff when needed to complete tasks and achieve goals.
1-3 years of admissions experience.
Strong technical skills (including Microsoft Office, Banner experience preferred)
Valid Drivers License and access to a vehicle
Ability to travel and work evenings and weekends.
Apprenticeship Initiative Admissions Coordinator
Manage the day-to-day operations of the Office of Apprenticeship Initiative Admissions for the Culinary Arts & Hospitality Programs.
Interact with key industry association representatives on matters pertaining to registered apprenticeships in New Orleans.
Maintain working relationships with industry employers to support student enrollment in registered apprenticeship programs.
Interact with potential students, applicants on matters pertaining to admission to the college/culinary arts and hospitality management programs.
Prepare applicant's packets for committee review ensuring packets are prepared accurately, which includes evaluating transferability of courses, calculating grade point averages and academic profiles.
Maintain applicant data in format that is appropriate for admissions review.
Communicate admissions decisions to applicants.
Work collaboratively with internal and external apprenticeship partners.
Promote the program to potential apprenticeship students collaboratively with industry, college community, and k-12 partners.
Communicate regulary with program staff/faculty in regrds to course schedule, curriculum needs, student entrollment, etc.
Coordinate and provide oversight to work-based learning experiences.
Facilitates the development, implemenetation, and assessment of pre-apprenticeship and apprenticeship programs in partnership with local companies to increase the pipeline of skilled workers in the college service area.
Coordinate with faculty to develop and implement courses and programs tailored to meet the training and development needs of employers related to area of job creation.
Facilitate processess to enaure compliance with college policies and procedures.
Assist in the development of marketing strategies and materials to publicize the culinary arts and hospitality programs as well as the apprenticeship program.
Conduct individual and group information/advising sessions on a weekly basis on campus.
Maintain accurate web page, forms and printed program materials.
Collect data for program reports and prepare written reports as needed.
Maintain and order all office supplies, forms, receipts and recruiting materials.
Compile data for all program participants.
Other duties as assigned.
Assistant Director Of Admissions
Contribute to the recruitment efforts of the College as a member of the Admission and Financial Aid team; manage a recruitment territory and build relationships with high school counselors and community-based organizations through travel and ongoing communication.
Represent Manhattan College to prospective students and families on- and off campus; plan and present group information sessions. Participate in all aspects of admission and financial aid counseling for prospective students and parents.
Counsel applicants, students, and their families about available sources of financial assistance (including institutional, state and federal aid as well as loan options), eligibility requirements, and application procedures. Have the ability to explain financial aid awards to students and families with particular sensitivity to first generation students and families.
Review applications for admission, evaluate academic credentials and extracurricular involvement and make recommendations to the Admission Committee. Assist with application processing.
Perform other duties as assigned by the Executive Director of Admissions and Enrollment Operations, The Director of Transfer Admissions and the Vice President of Enrollment Management.
Bachelor's degree required; 1-3 years of admissions experience, strong technical skills, including Microsoft Office, Banner experience preferred, valid driver's license and access to a vehicle; ability to travel and work evenings and weekends.
Required Skills and Characteristics:
Excellent verbal and written communication skills
Professional judgment and discretion
Strong attention to detail and the ability to multi-task
Hardworking, flexible and adaptable
Capability to see the big picture and understand divisional goals and prioritize their work accordingly
Ability to work unsupervised and take initiative on projects as well as to see projects through completion
Team-orientated and willing to assist other staff when needed to complete tasks and achieve goals
Manhattan College is an independent Catholic coeducational institution in the Lasallian tradition. We expect our faculty, administration, and staff to be knowledgeable about our mission and to make a positive contribution to the mission.
Women and minorities are encouraged to apply. We are committed to a diverse campus community. AA/EO Employer M/F/D/V
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You'll need to have:
A deep understanding of the High Yield or Investment Grade universe
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Experience articulating complex valuation models in a clear and concise manner with internal and external constituents
The ability to work and communicate well with colleagues from a variety of backgrounds (including other pricing analysts, product managers, engineers & quants)
The ability to present to large groups and clients
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Intake & Admissions Specialist - Full-Time (Weekends)
The Commonwealth Center for Children & Adolescents (CCCA) is Virginia's only public acute psychiatric hospital for children and adolescents.
CCCA serves youngsters with a variety of serious psychiatric and behavioral difficulties from across the Commonwealth.
Treatment is provided by multidisciplinary teams in a relationship-based, collaborative, trauma-informed treatment model of care. The facility is located in a vibrant town in the beautiful Shenandoah Valley within 30 minutes of major university towns. The mission of CCCA is to provide high quality acute psychiatric evaluation, crisis stabilization, and intensive short-term treatment that empowers children and their families to make developmentally appropriate choices and that strengthens children's hope, resilience and self esteem.
CCCA is seeking a full-time Intake and Admissions Specialist to manage referrals, screenings, data entry and customer service of the admissions process. Responsibilities include: Coordinating referral and admission calls, communicating with CSB's, community contacts, clients, families and staff.
Preparing admission paperwork, greeting child/adolescent and/or family upon arrival. Conducting interview with the child/family to obtain applicable information and ensure all required forms are completed and signed. Peforms data entry into AVATAR system and other related databases and coordinates with nursing staff to process the admission as efficiently as possible.
Position may include a combination of weekends, second shift and third shift. In addition candidate must be willing to work holidays and assist with coverage of open shifts as they arise.
Good interpersonal skills; demonstrated customer service experience; effective written and oral communication skills a must; working experience that demonstrates critical thinking and ability to problem solve is essential. Advanced computer knowledge/experience with concentration in Microsoft Office applications is required.
Must be available to provide coverage during evenings, nights, staff vacations, sick leave and last minute coverage as needed. Demonstrated experience in collecting and analyzing data, ability to write reports, and evaluate information in order to determine need for admission or diversion for treatment. Bachelor's Degree in a human service or related clinical field (social work, psychology, nursing, etc.).
Prior experience in a hospital or mental health setting. Prior experience working with children/adolescents.
Considerable knowledge of agency regulations and Code of Virginia relating to child/adolescent mental health issues. Knowledge and understanding of Comprehensive Services Act (CSA) and mental health resources for children and adolescents. Prior experience/knowledge of AVATAR system.
Extensive background check and drug screen on all applicants is required.
Director Of Inpatient Admissions
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Full Time (40 hrs/wk)
Day / Evening
8:00AM - 5:00PM
A.S. - Associates of Science
5 + years required
This position leads staff working in the environment of the referral sources for the adult and pediatric Rehabilitation Hospitals and the Specialty Hospital. The position is accountable for directing the registration and admission of all inpatients of the Good Shepherd system.
Maximize inpatient referrals and admissions by understanding, improving and managing the referral/admission process. Develop and cultivate referral base to maximize admission potential. Understand, improve, and manage the referral/admission process while monitoring referrals, identifying trends and responding appropriately.
Develop innovative solutions to meet the needs of potential patients and their families that enhances the number of admissions. Remove barriers to facilitate and enhance admissions to Good Shepherd's inpatient programs.
Motivate and enhance staff capabilities to achieve their fullest potential by leading, guiding, teaching and supporting employees. Monitor staff case- loads and makes appropriate short and long term changes to maximize speed and volume of admissions.
Collaborate effectively with external and internal customers to facilitate comprehension of admission criteria, admission process, and admission decisions. Establish and maintain effective communication between the Admissions Department and all external and internal customers.
Develop and implement inpatient admission marketing plan in collaboration with Marketing and internal customers, develops/ implements effective marketing plans to support referral cultivation.
Establishes Patient Access and Nurse Liaison strategic and operational goals by gathering pertinent business, financial, service and operational information; identifying and evaluating trends and options; selects a course of action; defining objectives; evaluating outcomes.
Provide organizational information by generating daily, monthly, and yearly statistical reports. Tracks referral and admission trends by referring physicians, hospitals, and diagnosis.
Minimum Experience Requirements:
Experience with inpatient rehabilitation admission criteria and regulations required. Marketing experience and business savvy as evidenced by education or experience.
Minimum Education Requirements:
Professional clinical degree with experience in rehabilitation preferred.
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To protect our patients and residents, Good Shepherd is now requiring influenza (flu) vaccinations for all Associates, licensed independent practitioners, contracted, agency and temporary employees, students and volunteers.
Good Shepherd is an Equal Employment Opportunity employer and does not discriminate in its hiring or employment practices. All qualified applicants will receive consideration without regard to their race, color, creed, religion, national origin, age, disability, sex, sexual orientation, veteran status or any other characteristic protected by State or Federal law.
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Admissions Counselor-Undergraduate Admissions Earm
Office of Undergraduate Admissions and Recruitment is seeking applicants for an Admissions Counselor. Under the direction of the Director of Visitors Services, this position helps to convey admissions messaging and information in all aspects of the daily campus visit experience in an effort to meet enrollment goals and improve recruitment strategies. This person also contributes to recruitment strategies via customer service initiatives, admissions counseling and tour planning. Incumbent initiates programmatic and individual activities while functioning as a part of the larger WVU Enrollment Management and University Relations team. This position is an integral part of the Visitors Center team and Office of Admissions.
In order to be successful in this role, the ideal candidate will:
Manages recruitment and outreach activities from the point a prospective student inquiries about visiting through the application process
Manage recruitment territory of prospective students visiting campus. Analyze student data, plan, and implement strategic marketing efforts for specifically targeted areas.
Responsible for admissions presentation to prospective students and families as well as group tours, presenting 5-10 times weekly.
Ensures that all visitors to campus have an enjoyable visit experience and leave WVU with a favorable impression of the academic, social and co-curricular offerings available at the University.
Engaging with visitors prior to the visit, during the visit, and in follow-up communications about where they are in the process with application, housing, financial aid, and deposits. Assists prospective student visitors in completing their application, paying deposits, requesting transcripts, completing housing application, and registering for New Student Orientation. This can also include registering prospective students for tours and academic appointments.
Coordinates and engages with various on campus academic and non-academic departments to ensure that all visits are a success.
Meets individually with visitors daily to counsel students and families on academic programs, admission requirements, housing, financial aid and student life at WVU.
Counsels prospective students, families, counselors, and WVU administrators via telephone coverage of the general NSO and Admissions line and Admissions email. This entails answering the phone, looking up records in Banner and CRM, and providing accurate information to the caller.
Serves as a secondary supervisor for Tour Guides and Graduate Assistants working within the Visitor Centers.
Staff the Visitors Center when needed, handling walk-in, check-in and telephone inquiries.
One (1) year Experience in college admission counseling, sales, marketing, public relations, advising or counseling, and/or event planning
Flight Safety Program Evaluator (Part-Time)
The successful candidate for this position will serve as a part-time contractor who will work as part of a team to conduct flight safety program evaluations for the military. These locations may include all 50 states and territories.
The audits will normally be conducted on a weekly basis, with travel possible on Sunday or Monday and travel back to home location on Friday. Work may comprise up to 10 to 15 weeks per year. Individual must be professional and courteous in a team environment and be able to work well under limited supervision.
Individual must be able to follow specific, detailed procedures and be able to review work for technical accuracy and adequacy. Individual must have a thorough understanding of all AF flight safety requirements.
LOCATION: Must live near a major U.S. airport.
1.Conducting flight safety audits of military facilities.
2.Using regulatory knowledge of Air Force and DoD flight safety regulations, while conducting audits to ensure correct deficiencies are written.
3.Identifying both positive and negative findings of flight related operations.
4.Composing audit findings per client-driven media (database or other tool).
5.Having an understanding of Microsoft computer programs and database software.
6.Using teaching and directional tools to help educate and train personnel receiving the compliance audit.
7.Possessing an ability to clearly explain and brief findings to customers in a formal setting.
8.Perform quality assurance reviews and editing of written findings.
REQUIRED EXPERIENCE & EDUCATION:
Must be a USAF Rated Crewmember.
Must have at least 5 years of experience as an ANG/AFRC/AF/DoD Wing Level Chief of Safety or Headquarters Safety (Director of Safety or Flight Safety Division Chief).
Must be a graduate of the AF Safety Center Flight Safety Officer Course (WCIP 05B) or the Air Reserve Component Chief of Safety Course (ARCCoS or ARCCOS101).
Completion of the USAF legacy Flight Safety Officer Course (WCIP 05K) or AF Mishap Investigation Course (WCIP 05A) and Aviation Safety Program Management Course (WCIP 09B) is preferred.
Must work well in a team environment.
Must possess excellent verbal and written communication skills.
Must be able to exercise considerable independent judgment in conducting flight safety audits, inspections, and related field activities.
Previous experience conducting flight safety audits preferably with government agencies, specifically military branches. Must be computer literate with a capability to work in a team environment.
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All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to sex, race, ethnicity, age, national origin, citizenship, religion, physical or mental disability, medical condition, genetic information, pregnancy, family structure, marital status, ancestry, domestic partner status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, veteran or military status, or any other basis prohibited by law. Leidos will also consider for employment qualified applicants with criminal histories consistent with relevant laws.
Part-Time Early On Evaluator 1
Part-time Early On Evaluator 1
The Part-time Early On Evaluator will administer evaluations to infants and toddlers and their families residing within the Eastern Region including but not limited to the Detroit Public Schools Community District (DPSCD) boundaries to determine eligibility for Early On services.
DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:
Conduct assessments of infants and toddlers with special needs to determine eligibility for Early On and/or Michigan Mandatory Special Education, interpret results, and develop appropriate written evaluation reports.
Prepare meaningful and concise written reports in a timely manner and provide them to appropriate team members in preparation for an IFSP or IEP.
Obtain parental consent for evaluations and complete MET, IFSP, and other reporting requirements in an accurate and timely manner.
Conduct home visits.
Work collaboratively with local school team and parents to develop appropriate IFSPs for eligible children (0 to 3 years of age) in all areas of development.
Use technology for documentation and preparation of professional materials.
Schedule evaluations with urgency so as to abide by timeline mandates.
Support families in seeking community resources for their children.
Maintain positive and open communication with parents, staff and administration.
Exercise confidentiality, tact, and similar qualities necessary in meeting and dealing effectively with others, not only within the confines of the program, but also with parents and people in the community.
Remain sensitive to the need for early education for the families of Early On eligible children.
Conduct self in a professional manner and maintain a positive image during the work day and at all work related activities.
Maintain timely, accurate, and organized records.
Perform other duties as assigned.
Bachelor's Degree and valid Michigan Teaching Certificate required with
- Early Childhood approval or endorsement (ZA) plus endorsement in one area of Special Education
- (ZS) endorsement
Minimum of three (3) years' experience working with children ages 0-3 required
Home visiting experience preferred
Demonstrating experience in working on a multidisciplinary team preferred
Experience collaborating with outside agencies preferred
Successful completion of the Essentials of Early on Training
Demonstrated ability to work effectively with WRESA staff, parents and district personnel
Demonstrated skill working with diverse populations
Demonstrated listening, verbal and written communication skills
Demonstrated organization skills
Demonstrated collaboration and problem solving skills
Valid driver's license
Reliable transportation to provide home visits
Frequent travel within Wayne County
Part-time - 12 Months (up to 21 hours per week) - Hourly Rate - $32.00 per hour
- Membership in the Michigan Public Schools Employee Retirement System www.michigan.gov/ors
Application Process and Timeline: Internal and external applicants must complete and submit an online application at http://www.applitrack.com/resa/OnlineApp/default.aspx (Job ID #13108) by 11:59 p.m., Sunday, June 30, 2019 in order to be considered.
Wayne County Regional Educational Service Agency (Wayne RESA) provides leadership and services to the 33 local school districts and 108 Public School Academies (PSAs) that educate almost 290,000 students. Wayne RESA is committed to the process of continuous improvement through service, leadership, collaboration, and excellence, and is a goals-driven organization that empowers staff to maximize resources to support student achievement.
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