Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University - Worldwide announces an
exciting opportunity at the Fort Worth Campus location. The
Associate Campus Director (AsCD) participates in the general
administrative responsibilities of the campus. The AsCD also
participates in retention, recruitment, public relations, and
marketing efforts to provide the civilian and military sectors with
relevant information regarding University programs and services. In
the absence of the Campus Director, the AsCD continues all general
operations of the campus with only minimal supervision provided
from the Worldwide Campus Department of Campus Operations. If no
Campus Director is assigned to the campus, the AsCD functions as
manager of campus with overall responsibilities that include
administrative, financial, and enrollment management.
- Responsible for assisting with outreach, marketing and public
relations functions of the campus. Participates in appropriate
local events to establish contacts, promote programs, and recruit
students and faculty. Foster relationships with appropriate
contacts to include Educational Services Officers (ESOs), Training
Managers, and Enrollment/Marketing liaisons, as applicable. Ensures
that all University policies and procedures are enforced.
- Responsible for maintaining regular, in-person contact with
prospects, applicants, new students, and continuing students.
Efficient use of Campus Communications timeline with appropriate
Campus Solutions (CS) Queries as needed. Communications include
in-person counseling, email, phone, appropriate social media, and
face-to-face classroom meeting 1st and last day announcements.
- Responsible for the advisement and counselling of students
concerning their degree program, including development of a degree
map, preparation of an unofficial evaluation, monitoring degree
progress, and processing graduation applications. Responsible for
meeting all established student lifecycle targets, including
monthly/annual enrollment projections. Along with the Campus
Director and Assistant Director (where applicable), is responsible
for student retention.
- Assist the centralized scheduling team as needed. Provide
support for faculty members teaching at/for your campus. Ensures
that classrooms and facilities are ready for instructional use at
all times (including EagleVision).
- Responsible for timely and accurate completion and submission
of all registration and end-of-term actions, including the
electronic entry and imaging of required data.
- Maintains the reconciliation and follow-up of student accounts
receivable. Initiates student account collections in accordance
with established procedures.
- Ensures the safeguarding of all University assets, including
physical property, textual materials, academic support materials
and University funds. Maintains an accurate equipment inventory at
all times. Along with other campus staff members, ensures that
campus financial affairs are in good order and that the campus is
audit ready at all times.
- Bachelor's degree
- (3-5) years of work-related experience
Required Skills, Knowledge, Abilities:
- Analytical skills with an in depth knowledge of information
systems and technical expertise with Microsoft operating systems,
Access, Excel, PowerPoint, Word, Outlook/email, and Internet
- Excellent customer service skills
- Prior experience in higher education or counseling
- Marketing or advertising experience
- Aviation experience