This position will report to the
Director of Admissions and will be the point of contact for
prospective students and their families and significant others.
This position will build and oversee recruiting and
conversion events, and visitation agendas that fulfill visitor
needs and represent the Notre Dame education and experience across
Women’s College, CAUS and Graduate Studies in conjunction with the
Director of Admissions and AVPEM. Additionally, this position may
be required to perform some territory management functions and
recruitment/travel could be requested. Assistant Director may also
be called up to serve in the role of Director, when the Director is
Maintain records and contact lists
for prospective students.
Work collaboratively with the
Director of Admissions of Women’s College and the AVPEM to assist
in the creation, promotion, supervision of enrollment-related
events and campus visits for example, but not limited to:
admissions, conversion to new student, retention events for all
This person will serve as the primary
contact and coordinator of all admissions-related or
admissions-sponsored events and visit programs.
Communicate with internal
constituents to arrange their participation in visit and event
Ascertain each visitor’s individual
needs and interests for both individual and group visits.
This person will manage the student
tour guides program, which includes managing over 15 tour guides, 2
student leaders, and researching and implementing campus visit best
Coordinate individual daily visits
and group campus visits for prospective students and their
families; including all necessary correspondence, scheduling and
Respond to and confirm campus visit
requests and answers visit questions.
Work with faculty to arrange class
visits and/or faculty meetings for individual student
Conduct on-campus information
sessions to both large and small groups. Assist with other
on-campus recruitment and yield activities.
Serve as second in command on event
days as needed with the Director of Admission
example/mentoring for any and all student workers in the
Effectively represent the University
to prospective students and all external publics in interviews,
information sessions and special projects.
Represent the University at
recruitment events as needed.
Performs such similar, comparable or
related duties as may be required or assigned.
Knowledge: Bachelor’s degree
Experience: A minimum of two or
more years of experience in admissions, marketing or sales, or
event planning experience preferred. Must have a valid driver's
license and a good driving record.
with Microsoft Office products is a must. Excellent
organizational skills and communication skills as well as
interpersonal skills are essential. Ability to effectively and
enthusiastically represent the mission of the university, including
the key aspects/benefits of a private, liberal arts, and
residential college education. Creativity, perceptiveness,
flexibility, and problem solving are necessary.
Working Conditions: Normal office
environment. Occasional evening and weekend hours may be