1. Develop, execute and successfully implement a first-year and
transfer student recruitment plan that helps the University achieve
its enrollment goals. The recruitment plan will include but is not
limited to: transfer articulation agreements, dual credit, high
school visits, two-year college visits, college fairs, information
sessions, receptions, and meetings with secondary school and
independent counselors, prospective students, families, and
community-based organizations. The recruitment plan must include
the use of emerging technologies, web, digital marketing and
communication strategies, effective use of CRM technologies, print
and other communication tool kits.
2. Develop admissions and data-driven strategies by estimating,
forecasting, and anticipating requirements, market and competition
trends locally, regionally and nationally.
3. Provide leadership and management to the Office of Admissions,
Financial Aid and Registrar to provide students with an excellent
customer service experience.
4. Effectively administer the University's prospective and admitted
student software systems and databases (e.g., application for
admission, CRM, transfer equivalency) and scholarship management by
developing a working knowledge of those systems, assessing the
systems support needs of the Admissions Office, interpret and work
collaboratively with the Office of Information Technology, Division
of Educational Innovation and Extended Studies, Institutional
Research, Graduate Studies, International Services, and other
offices on campus to ensure that the integrity of the systems and
data are maintained and that the systems are utilized productively
in support of admission and recruitment functions.
5. Effectively utilize University resources in accomplishing
enrollment objectives by planning, developing, and managing the
departmental budgets for the Office of Admissions, Financial Aid
6. Foster an office environment that empowers staff to provide
customers with excellent customer service and
7. Improve the efficient processing of Office of Admissions,
Financial Aid and Registrar applications by developing and
administering policies, procedures, and systems that provide
quality services and messaging/communications for students.
8. Collaborate with the Office of Marketing and University
Relations to ensure a clear brand is represented in all admissions
9. Cultivate and train internal and external relationships with
university departments, alumni affinity groups and University
partners to engage in recruitment activities locally, regionally
A Master's degree is required.
Candidates must possess five to seven years of progressive
experience in a college or university admissions office, with at
least three years at either assistant director, associate director
or above is required.
Candidates should demonstrate a record of successful outcomes in
the development and achievement of enrollment goals is
Experience in hiring, supervising, management decision-making, and
team development is required.
Please submit the following to Human Resources -Lincoln University,
101 Young Hall PO Box 29, Jefferson City, MO 65102-0029 or email to
1. Complete Lincoln University Employment Application
2. List of 5 references (part of the required LU Application
3. Cover Letter
4. Resume/Curriculum Vitae
5. Transcripts with Degree & Date Earned (may be unofficial,
but must provide original transcripts upon hire)
Incomplete application packets will not be considered.
Lincoln University is "An Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action/ADA