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Alumni Affairs Specialist
Title Position Type Classified Employee Class Code CF AR State Title Alumni Affairs Specialist Grade C111 FLSA Exempt Minimum Entry Salary $24,065 Hourly Rate $0.00 Search Manager Christopher Hamilton Position Summary and Qualifications Posting Number CH00616 UALR Functional Title Alumni Affairs Specialist / R97183 Position Number R97183 Department Development Office Position Summary The Alumni Affairs Specialist will report to the Executive Director of Advancement Services under the direction of the Vice Chancellor for University Advancement. This position serves as a valued member of the alumni and development services team with specific responsibility for maintaining accurate donor information, proper documentation into the Advance database, generating donation receipts, and general office duties to meet internal and external needs of the University and the University of Arkansas Foundation, Inc. This position is governed by state and federal laws, and agency/institution policy.
Job Duties and Responsibilities + Compose and type routine correspondence and form letters; + Identify and recommend options for meeting client needs via existing resources vs. enhancing/creating systems; + Foster and maintain cooperative relationships with a wide variety of internal and external business and technical partners; + Maintain financial security by following internal controls; + Maintain customer confidence and protects operations by keeping financial and donor information confidential; + Research various data sources to accurately update the Advance database; + Generate and process daily donation receipts; + Enter all donation and membership information into Advance on a daily basis; + Process modifications and reversals in the Advance database at the request of the Director of Accounting; + Compile and mail Alumni membership packets; + Assist with covering the main phone line; + Relieve receptionist for lunch and other scheduled appointments; + Perform other duties as assigned. Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities + Knowledge of record keeping procedures; + Knowledge of general accounting principles and practices; + Knowledge of computers and software applications; + Ability to conduct research and compile data into report form; + Ability to interpret and apply policies and procedures; + Ability to establish and maintain filing systems; + Ability to operate standard office equipment; + Ability to analyze documents to determine compliance with rules, regulations, and procedures; + Ability to think analytically, be accurate with figures, and be well organized; + Ability to work in a team environment to develop solutions and ensure adherence to project goals and milestones; + Strong verbal and written communication skills; + Strong interpersonal skills to work with colleagues, donors, and university officials; + Knowledge of applications used in Alumni and Development work; + Ability to complete various duties on tight deadlines; + Ability to maintain confidentiality; + Knowledge of database management. Required Education and/or Experience The formal education equivalent of a high school diploma; plus two (2) years of specialized training in office administration, business administration, or related field; plus two (2) years of experience in alumni related activities or related area.
Preferred Education and/or Experience Bachelor’s Degree Background Check Requirements 01 - Criminal/Financial Start Date 10/16/2017 Additional Qualifications License(s)/Certifications Essential Job Functions Kneeling: Occasionally, Lifting 5 -10 lbs: Frequently, Lifting 10-25 lbs:
Occasionally, Carrying 5-10 lbs:
Occasionally, Carrying 10-25 lbs:
Occasionally, Pushing/pulling 10-25 lbs:
Occasionally, Sitting for long periods of time: Daily, Standing for long periods of time: Occasionally, Walking
Short Distances: Daily, Walking
Long Distances; Occasionally, Sedentary Work
Exerting 10 pounds: Occasionally, Climbing (Stairs, Ladders, etc.): Occasionally, Pushing/pulling 5-10 lbs:
Occasionally, Speaking; Essential, Vision: Ability to distinguish similar colors, depth perception, close vision: Essential, Hearing:
Essential Work Conditions Spends approximately 75% or more time indoors, Conditions that affect the respiratory system or the skin, such as fumes, odors, dusts, mists, gases or poor ventilation Posting Detail Information Background Check Statement This position is subject to a pre-employment criminal and financial background check. A criminal conviction or arrest pending adjudication alone shall not disqualify an applicant in the absence of a relationship to the requirements of the position. Background check information will be used in a confidential, non-discriminatory manner consistent with state and federal law.
UALR EEO Statement The University of Arkansas at Little Rock is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer and actively seeks the candidacy of minorities, women, veterans, and persons with disabilities. Under Arkansas law, all applications are subject to disclosure. Persons hired must have proof of legal authority to work in the United States. Open Date 08/28/2017 Close Date 09/29/2017 Open Until Filled No Special Instructions to Applicants Posting Supplemental Questions Required fields are indicated with an asterisk (*). + * Do you have the formal education equivalent of a high school diploma; plus two (2) years of specialized training in office administration, business administration, or related field; plus two (2) years of experience in alumni related activities or related area? + Yes + No + * Do you have experience with donor management software? + Yes + No + * Are you proficient in Microsoft Word and Excel? + Yes + No Applicant Documents Required Documents + Resume + Cover Letter/Letter of Application
- List of Three (3) References Optional Documents
Assistant Director, Alumni Relations, DAR Development & Alumni Relations
Tracking Code 9002/H2517 Job Description JOIN BU’s $1.5 BILLION CAMPAIGN TEAM If you want to join a dynamic, mission-driven team in the best college town in the U.S.—at a prestigious university that knows where it wants to go, and is competitive in its compensation and benefits—consider us. If you want to help bring a $1.5 billion-dollar campaign to a successful conclusion—and maybe do some of your best work as an advancement professional—consider joining our team.
This historic effort will depend upon a dedicated, creative, and diverse staff. Boston University’s Development and Alumni Relations’ top leadership includes outstanding individuals recruited from some of the best institutions in the world and is led by Senior Vice President Scott Nichols.
ASSISTANT DIRECTOR, ALUMNI RELATIONS, SCHOOLSAlumni Relations at Boston University is a key component of the Campaign for Boston University. Responsible for connecting with, engaging, and helping foster lifetime connections with the 300,000 Boston University Alumni across the globe, Alumni Relations is the first point of contact for alums looking to reconnect or engage with their alma mater.
The Assistant Director for Alumni Relations, Schools (AD), builds, strengthens, and stewards engagement between alumni and Boston University by developing and implementing strategies to manage active alumni volunteer networks and individual volunteers in a select group of Boston University Schools and Colleges. The AD will direct alumni programming and events that build on school and college based relationships but also include regional, affinity, and shared interest networks.
This position will support alumni engagement for selected colleges and schools and will work closely with development colleagues assigned to schools as well as on the Alumni Network Regional team.
This role, the Assistant Director will engage alumni, increase their connection to each other and to the University by organizing, managing, and directing school- based alumni programming, events, activities, communications, and special projects to further the goals of the Office of Development and Alumni Relations. This includes initiating and maintaining regular correspondence with alumni volunteer leaders, affinity steering groups, donors/prospects, and volunteers, and actively recruiting alumni volunteers for positions within school/college, regional and affinity alumni networks.
This position also involves working with the regional directors assist in managing regional and affinity alumni networks and volunteers as well as actively stewarding relationships with volunteers to maintain, build and strengthen alumni networks.
The Assistant Director must also collaborate well with the school and college development officers, regional leadership gifts officers, global leadership team, and annual fund colleagues to identify, coordinate, and execute programming and outreach with the objective of increasing alumni participation, engagement, and communication within a particular school or college community, as well as manage and coordinate e-mail communication, newsletters, website content, social media marketing for school and college based programs and events. Required Skills Candidates must have three to five years’ experience in event planning or ideally, Alumni Relations, including managing a budget and vendors.
A bachelors’ degree is required. Additionally, excellent written communications, and project management skills are required. Superb organizational and customer service skills are requirements to be successful, and a strong mastery of Microsoft Office and constituent relationship management software is essential, as well as the ability to prioritize a demanding, time sensitive workload.
A commitment to collaboration and collegiality is required. The selected candidate must be able to handle confidential material responsibly and interact professionally with a wide spectrum of individuals including alumni, University leadership, and senior leadership within the division. Must be able to work nights & weekends and travel locally, regionally and in some cases internationally. Play a leading role in BU’s $1.5 Billion campaign, and join us today.
*Boston University is an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.
- Job Location Boston , Massachusetts, United States Position Type Full-Time/Regular
VP Of Strawberry Creek Ventures, A Venture Fund For UC Berkeley Alumni
Vice-President of Strawberry Creek Ventures, a Venture Fund for Alumni of UC Berkeley
You'll be joining a fast-paced, professional, entrepreneurial environment where you'll have significant input into the creation of a unique portfolio amassing highly valuable strategic assets. You will be leveraging the playbook, back office support, and processes created by parent company Launch Angels that was used to create the highly successful Green D Ventures (www.greendventures.com) funds for Dartmouth alums, as well as its sister funds.
You will report to and work closely with the Managing Partner of the fund out of our San Francisco area office. This is a full-time, salaried position, with carry, bonus, and benefits as part of the compensation package.
- Must be a Berkeley graduate
- Venture of Private Equity investing experience
- Entrepreneurial DNA
- Top-Tier MBA Degree
Requirements for an ideal candidate
- Strong research and analytical skills, particularly in the area of venture investing
- Excellent work ethic and professional demeanor
- Demonstrated interest and experience in entrepreneurialism and emerging companies, and experience in company research and due diligence preparation
- Experience successfully managing multiple, complex projects at the same time
- Strong writer and communicator, excellent listener, with superior sales skills and comfort regularly interacting with strangers
- Good networker, with an ability to grow our system and process for identifying deals
- Highly organized and detail-oriented, balanced by ability to get and communicate big picture
- Self-starter and independent manager, but good team player and personnel manager
- Smart, creative thinker and problem-solver, fast learner, with demonstrated initiative
- Database management and strong technical and social media experience a big plus
- Network with alums in the venture community
- Identify deal resources and conduct outreach to VCs, entrepreneurs, incubators, and more to help fill our deal pipeline with prospects
- Educate deal sources and companies/entrepreneurs about our process and effectively manage relationships in a professional, courteous manner
- Research and evaluate each company and industry as a potential investment, including interviewing company teams, competitors, and customers
- Recruit, train, and manage interns/fellows to help support deal outreach and research
- Prep and distribute due diligence packages
- Present companies and respond to Managing Partner and LP questions, run deal meetings, and orchestrate IC meetings
- Help create and manage our company database, monitoring prospects on an ongoing basis
- Assemble and update CRM on companies and entrepreneurs
- As requested, assist with investor relations and potential investor outreach
- Help supervise back-end functions as needed
- Suggest improvements to our approach, process, products, and services
Compensation package includes
- Base salary
- Performance bonus
Administrative Assistant For Development & Alumni Affairs
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Administrative Assistant for Development and Alumni Affairs
The University of Chattanooga Foundation, Inc. is seeking a Development and Alumni Administrative Assistant for the University of Tennessee Chattanooga (UTC) campus to specifically work with the Senior Director of Development and Assistant Vice Chancellor for Alumni. The Administrative Assistant is responsible for supporting the daily activities of the Senior Director of Development and the Assistant Vice Chancellor for Alumni Affairs in their roles within the Development and Alumni Offices at the University of Chattanooga Foundation.
Essential Functions/Major Responsibilities
- Manage incoming and outgoing alumni house mail and packages
- Answer Alumni Phone
- Prepare and distribute Alumni Cards
- Prepare packets and notebooks for development meetings, Deans meetings, Alumni board meetings and retreats, and committee meetings.
- Input contact reports for Senior Director of Development
- Schedule appointments for Senior Director of Development and Assistant Vice Chancellor for Alumni.
- Scan Documents
- Prepare agendas for alumni staff meetings
- Submit all event needs to division event coordinator
- Prepare attendance reports as required for ANDI
- Collect money received in mail or in person for alumni events, receipt, and submit to division budget personnel in accordance with Foundation policy.
- Responsible for upkeep and appearance of front desk area.
- Prepare mailings as directed by Senior Director and Assistant Vice Chancellor
- Update documents as needed
- Training and awareness of all budget policies, including request forms, purchase requests, invoice preparation and receipt, etc.
- Update ANDI basic entity information when received.
Perform duties with guidance of Senior Director and Assistant Vice Chancellor. Position requires building trust with donors and members of the Development and Alumni Office.
This position requires face to face, telephone, and email contact with Development and Alumni colleagues, members of the university community, donors, prospects, and professional advisors. Many communications are confidential.
- Working within a team oriented office setting.
- This position could work events as needed.
A high school graduate, with some college or business school training. Strong interpersonal, communications, and organizational skills are a must. Microsoft Office proficiency is required. Ability to multi-task and set priorities with great communication skills.
- 3-5 years’ experience in an office setting, preferably office management.
- Certified Administrative Professional or Certified Professional Secretary
- Computer literate with experience working as an Executive Assistant.
In addition to the information submitted through the application system profile, please include a cover letter, resume and writing sample in order to be considered for candidacy. Follow the link below to apply to this position:
The University of Chattanooga Foundation, Inc. is an EEO/AA/Title VI/Title IX/Section 504/ADA/ADEA employer. All qualified applicants will receive equal consideration for employment and will not be discriminated against on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, pregnancy, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, physical or mental disability, or protected veteran status.
National Alumni Program Lead
Genesys Works is a nonprofit organization that trains and employs high school seniors to perform professional services for major corporations. Our mission is to transform the lives of disadvantaged high school students through skills training, meaningful internships, and impactful relationships.
Purpose of Position
This position will enable Genesys Works to standardize and optimize our alumni program across sites in order to support our program’s alumni towards entering the economic mainstream through college completion and/or career acquisition.
- Develop and drive adoption of a standardized, high-performance alumni program throughout all Genesys Works sites, with the ability to adjust for site-specific considerations and statutory requirements.
- Determine gaps in the current alumni programming and develop and implement solutions for at least two high-impact areas of improvement annually.
- Liaise with business development staff to support the identification and cultivation of new alumni
- Own and drive new initiatives, including but not limited to implementing a citywide emergency fund in Houston that supports multiple non-profit organizations focused on college success for low-income, first generation students.
- Work with Measurement and Evaluation Lead and alumni team staff across the organization to ensure appropriate metrics are being captured and reported on and to develop and implement Predictive Risk Indicators.
- Deep belief in organizational mission;
- 2-3 years working in a youth-serving nonprofit; past college access and/or success experience preferred
- Professional demeanor
- Strong written and oral communication skills
- Proven project management skills
- Experience working with cross-functional teams
- Proven ability to influence others and drive change
- Experience facilitating group meetings and conversations
- Knowledgeable about college access and success
- Comfortable using data to make decisions
- Ability to think strategically
- Excellent attention to detail
- Proven ability to perform extensive research and analyze and synthesize findings
- Experience working in a remote environment
- Ability to work independently while simultaneously maintaining a team focus
- Strong sense of accountability and ownership for work;
- Ability to problem-solve
- Ability to work with computers and databases; Salesforce experience preferred
- Ability to work a flexible schedule, including some evenings and weekends;
- Must pass a background check;
- A current driver’s license and reliable access to a car;
- Four year college degree, all majors considered; Masters degree preferred
Including, but not limited to standing and sitting for long periods of time; speaking loudly and clearly; seeing and hearing things both near and far away; and reaching, stooping, kneeling, and fine-finger and hand manipulation in use of a computer, chalkboard, dry erase board, or projector. Employee is required to have close visual acuity to perform an activity such as preparing and analyzing data and figures, transcribing, viewing a computer terminal, and extensive reading. Requests for reasonable accommodations should be sent to National Human Resources.
Compensation and How to Apply
Salary will be competitive and commensurate with experience and qualifications. Comprehensive benefits package including health coverage, 403(b) retirement plan, with provided parking. Please send a resume and cover letter via email to email@example.com.
Managing Partner Of Castor Ventures, A Venture Fund For Alumni Of MIT
Managing Partner of Castor Ventures, a Venture Fund for MIT Alumni
We are seeking a Managing Partner for our MIT alumni-based venture capital fund, Castor Ventures. Using our unique venture model, the Castor Ventures MP will be responsible for raising capital from fellow MIT alumni and then reinvesting that capital into growth-phase companies led by or associated with MIT alumni. Castor will be raising its second annual fund this fall.
Our organization, Launch Angels (www.launch-angels.com), currently operates a network of nine alumni funds across the alumni communities of Dartmouth, Harvard, MIT, Yale, Penn, Northwestern, Wisconsin, Stanford, and Berkeley. We have a tested playbook, processes, staff, and proprietary systems to help you raise, invest, and successfully manage a fund. We are private, for profit, and not part of any school. Our funds are raised and invested on an annual basis, with additional opportunities for co-investment across the Launch Angels platform. Additionally, you will be leveraging the support of a well-developed back office team and processes of parent company Launch Angels that were used to create the highly successful Green D Ventures (www.greendventures.com) funds for Dartmouth alums, as well as its sister funds.
This is a full-time position located in our Waltham-based office. There you will be joined by a full-time salaried Vice President focused on deal sourcing and diligence (already onboard), as well as an external Investment Committee, and a series of Fellows who will help you expand on Castor’s success. In addition, you can call on the former MP (now MP Emeritus and LAMC Cambridge Advisor) for insights.
If you are an entrepreneurial alum, with venture investing experience and intrigued by this opportunity, we'd like to talk to you.
Our ideal candidate will have many of these traits and be able to recruit strong supporters in areas where he/she might need support.
- Must be an MIT graduate (undergrad degree preferred, but not required)
- Venture investing experience
- Committed to operating this as a full-time venture
- Located near, or willing to relocate near, our regional office in the Greater Boston area
- Entrepreneurial DNA
Requirements for an ideal candidate
- Top-tier MBA
- Strong influence and connections within the MIT alumni community
- Good VC network to tap into
- Experience in a start-up environment
- High-energy, engaging personality with a passion for growing and maintaining relationships
- Data-driven professional with an interest in analyzing beyond the surface of information
- Excellent communicator in person, on phone, and in writing
- Passionate about innovation and entrepreneurship
- Interest in helping grow Launch Angels
- Outstanding analytical skills, detail oriented, proactive and self-motivated
- Natural networker who is both engaging and confident
- Strong financial acumen
- Credible, trustworthy with a high-level of gravitas
- Organized, with a natural desire to analyze complex opportunities, prioritize, and deliver results
- Report directly to the Launch Angels CEO and Chief Investment Officer
- Work closely with the Launch Angels team to leverage our knowledge, systems, processes, and staffs to raise and run your fund
- Recruit and vet a core nucleus of ambassadors and Investment Committee members, complementing your own skill set and experiences with those of others
- Interact with school and business department/incubators in particular to build cordial relationships
- Represent the fund to strategic partners, press, entrepreneurs, and the general public
- Recruit and manage Investment Committee members and other team members
- Initiate and build long-term relationships with lead investors (VC and PE groups) that span stage, geography, and industry focus
- Lead portfolio creation, sourcing investment opportunities, overseeing due diligence, and executing deals
- Assist Launch Angels with investor outreach and marketing initiatives to your community
- Help define and lay the groundwork for each subsequent annual fund
- Manage and contribute to the development of your funds VP and Fellows
Compensation package includes
- Base salary
- Performance bonus
- Equity in Launch Angels
Launch Angels (www.launch-angels.com) is a dynamic, rapidly growing organization that builds and manages alumni venture capital funds. We pride ourselves on making a key asset class accessible to investors who were previously shut out of venture capital—and our rapid growth confirms that we are addressing a real pain point for alumni investors. Our Manchester, NH, headquarters provides back office support (e.g., IT, HR, Finance, Marketing, etc.) and other shared resources to all our funds, located throughout the country. Unlike most VC funds that raise money from a handful of institutions, our funds raise money in smaller amounts from a large group of alumni on an annual basis. Our deal teams then invest in a diverse portfolio of venture deals connected to alumni entrepreneurs of the same school. We don’t lead deals, but rather co-invest alongside top firms such as KP, Bessemer, Menlo Ventures, Mark Cuban, Andreessen, Khosla, NEA, and others. We offer funds for alumni at Dartmouth, Harvard, Yale, Penn, MIT, Wisconsin, Northwestern, Stanford, and Berkeley—with plans to grow to 20 schools and 5 independent funds in the next 2-3 years. We are private, for profit, and not part of any University.
Responsibilities (include but are not limited to):
- Contacts alumni and family to get them involved in the alumni program and its outreach activities
- Provides information about the program such as service opportunities and activities
- Requests alumni testimonial submissions
- Maintains daily database maintenance by updating patient contact information
- Assists in the facilitation of alumni events and activities
- Assists in the preparation and distribution of the Alumni Newsletters and flyers
- Assists alumni or family members seeking treatment services by making referrals to the admissions department
- Maintains a flexible schedule to assist with Alumni events
- Generate monthly reports of program outcomes, alumni recommendations, program activities and alumni interactions.
- Empower growth through meetings, events, reunions, referrals and service opportunities.
- Maintain social media alumni groups.
- Other duties as assigned, this position may be a hybrid role where the employee has an additional job description.
Education, Skills and Experience Requirements :
- High School diploma
- Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university in a related field preferred; professional experience may substitute for degree requirement.
- At least one (1) years of experience in a behavioral health field/ Knowledge of substance abuse is preferred
- Must have valid driver’s license and proof of insurance.
- Must have knowledge of JAHCO & DDAP standards.
- Basic knowledge of Word, Excel, Outlook
- Strong organizational, decision-making, problem-solving and time management skills.
- Strong event planning and coordination.
- Able to work under pressure and meet deadlines as well as be flexible and dependable.
- Strong interpersonal, organizational and analytical skills.
- Structure and content of the English language including the meaning and spelling of words, rules of composition, and grammar.
- Exceptional customer/client service with the ability to resolve service issues.
- Identifying complex problems and reviewing related information to develop and evaluate options and implement solutions.
- Use logic and reasoning to identify the strengths and weaknesses of alternative solutions, conclusions or approaches to problems.
- Excellent interpersonal, communication (verbal and written), and presentation skills.
Alumni Relations & Regional Programs Officer
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Assistant Director Of Alumni Relations
Assistant Director of Alumni Relations Department: Advancement/Alumni Relations Location: Des Moines, IA The Assistant Director of Alumni Relations is responsible for the overall leadership and direction of the University-s alumni programming to increase and engage alumni, friends and student involvement in University sponsored events, strengthening their pride, affinity, and support for Grand View University. This includes events such as the 1896 Club Dinner, Homecoming, Scholarship events, Senior Class events as well as off campus alumni and advancement events and activities. The Assistant Director of Alumni Relations is also charged with closely collaborating with development colleagues to increase support from alumni; routinely identify, qualify, cultivate, solicit and steward alumni prospects for gifts; personally manage and solicit a portfolio of alumni donors. Communicate development-related activities through entries and call reports in Raiser-s Edge and through attendance at prospect management meetings. Essential Functions of Job: + Plan, coordinate and promote programs for alumni, parents, friends and students of Grand View University.
Develop a specific tactical plan for each event that reflects the overall Advancement Team strategy for targeted audiences.
Direct all planning and implementation details, including publicity, schedules, content and logistics of each event including speakers, participants, meals, audio visual needs, literature needs, campus appearance and any other items necessary to create a successful event.
Manage the National Alumni Council.
Be present at all events as the on-site coordinator.
Recruit and coordinate volunteers to assist in facilitating successful events.
Generate publicity to bring alumni and friends to targeted events.
Assist in identifying additional events and other potentially appropriate on and off-campus activities.
Utilize office software (Raiser's Edge events module) to facilitate successful events ensuring accurate and complete alumni database records; capture contact, biographical and career information of alumni via surveys, projects (e.g. alumni directory), correspondence, website, postal returns, etc.
Establish and build relationships with a wide range of alumni, locally, regionally, nationally and internationally; maintain regular communication with alumni via electronic and print publication strategies.
Educate students about alumni benefits and engage them in programs.
Personally manage a portfolio of alumni donors.
Establish and oversee communication plan for Alumni Relations.
Manage all budgets in a cost effective manner.
Participate in continuing professional development.
Be an active and vital team member in other advancement efforts as part of the Advancement Team.
Additional duties as assigned. Qualifications: 1. Bachelor-s degree required (or equivalent combination of education and experience). 2. Experience in managing diverse events. 3. Leadership qualities including problem-solving abilities, event-planning skills, collaboration, and friendly, courteous, professional behavior required. 4. Personable, outgoing, interested in and responsive to others, friendly, sociable and comfortable communicating in a public setting. 5. Excellent interpersonal and communication skills including the ability to express oneself effectively, both orally and in writing required. 6. Ability to organize and complete multiple tasks simultaneously with close attention to detail and prioritization to meet deadlines. 7. It is preferable for the individual filling this position be a Grand View University alumnus or alumna. Hours are Monday - Friday 8:15-4:30 during the academic year and 8:00 - 4:00 during the summer. Evening or weekend hours required on occasion for events. Interested candidates should apply via our online application process and include a cover letter, resume, and contact information for three references. Pre-employment background check required. START YOUR APPLICATION
Assistant Director Of Regional Recruitment And Alumni Relations
Campus/College Information Founded in 1856, University of Maryland, College Park is the flagship institution in the University System of Maryland. Our 1,250-acre College Park campus is just minutes away from Washington, D.C., and the nexus of the nation’s legislative, executive, and judicial centers of power. This unique proximity to business and technology leaders, federal departments and agencies, and a myriad of research entities, embassies, think tanks, cultural centers, and non-profit organizations is simply unparalleled. Synergistic opportunities for our faculty and students abound and are virtually limitless in the nation’s capital and surrounding areas. The University is committed to attracting and retaining outstanding and diverse faculty and staff that will enhance our stature of preeminence in our three missions of teaching, scholarship, and full engagement in our community, the state of Maryland, and in the world.
/Purpose of Position As the University of Maryland continues its robust efforts to enhance its national and international recruitment presence, an enhanced physical presence is mandatory. This role within the Office of Undergraduate Admissions facilitates this effort.
In addition to working to enhance our recruitment presence, this individual is responsible for the continued enhancement of current programs and the development and management of a full alumni recruitment program that will eventually allow for alumni participation in more than 500 admissions recruitment and yield events annually. The Assistant Director of Alumni and Regional Recruitment will provide strategic oversight and management of our national regional recruitment program, including the supervision and training of four (4) regional recruiters across the country that are charged with recruitment and admission review responsibilities to support our recruitment, evaluation and review process of freshman and transfer applicants during each admission cycle. The Assistant Director will also be responsible for serving as a liaison to our Alumni Association including the creation of recruitment and yield activities for prospective and newly admitted students.
The successful candidate will also be charged with identifying and developing new relationships and communication with high school and community organizations in the regional territories to expand the university’s reach to additional prospective undergraduate students for the University. Recruitment and yield travel to in- and out-of-state locations as well as out of state training workshops for regional recruiters will be an expectation. The successful candidate will also serve as a member of the office Leadership Council and will be responsible for analyzing and interpreting data essential for effective recruitment planning and execution.
Minimum Qualifications Bachelor
’s degree required; Master’s preferred – 3 years of professional experience in admissions or alumni relations or related unit – Excellent written and verbal communication skills – Strong organizational and long-range planning skills – Strong critical thinking skills – Attention to detail – Experience with recruitment in a higher education setting – Experience supervising professional or volunteer staff – Comfort working in a high volume, deadline driven office – Commitment to ongoing professional development for self and staff – Understanding of the needs and concerns of the college search and selection process
Physical Demands Work is performed in an office environment and requires the ability to operate standard office equipment and keyboards
. Must have the ability to lift and small carry parcels, packages and other items, to walk short distances, and drive a vehicle to deliver and pick up materials.
Diversity Statement The University of Maryland
, College Park, an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer, complies with all applicable federal and state laws and regulations regarding nondiscrimination and affirmative action; all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment. The University is committed to a policy of equal opportunity for all persons and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, physical or mental disability, protected veteran status, age, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, creed, marital status, political affiliation, personal appearance, or on the basis of rights secured by the First Amendment, in all aspects of employment, educational programs and activities, and admissions.
Functional Title: Assistant Director of Regional Recruitment and Alumni Relations Category Status: 33-Exempt Regular Applicant Search Category: Staff University Authorized FTE: 1.000 Unit: SVPAAP-EM-Undergraduate Admissions Posting Date: 08/15/2017
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