This full-time position supports Graduate Admission and the
School of Education in the recruitment of students for enrollment.
To be effective in this roll, the position must understand the
requirements involved in enrolling a student in programs designed
for educators and other school professionals. The Assistant
Director of Graduate Admission will provide advising and support
throughout the admissions process for prospective students. This
includes communicating pertinent information, assisting with the
application process, and all ongoing follow-up up via phone, e-mail
and virtual as well as in-person visits. To ensure effective
admissions marketing initiatives, the Assistant Director of
Graduate Admission will build, support, and maintain relationships
with schools, organizations, professional networks, non-profits,
and others to identify and cultivate recruitment opportunities.
Evening and weekend hours and travel in and out of state are
Recruiting prospective students through visiting schools,
districts, professional organizations, conferences, universities,
colleges, community events, presentations, and college fairs within
the scope of the School of Education.
Recruitment events coverage will require availability on some
evenings and weekends
Communicate the process of becoming a teacher or other school
professional to potential students and outside constituents
Plan and attend on- and off-campus recruitment events and
travel to feeder schools, employers and essential conferences and
events for enrollment, networking, and visibility purposes.
Utilize the CRM (Slate) to track applicant history and
Manage the students in the admission enrollment funnel,
responding to inquiries and requests in a timely manner
Prepare applicant records for graduate faculty review,
including processing applicant documentation
Support new graduate students in setting up academic advisement
appointments for registration
Assist in the development/update of a comprehensive graduate
Prepare enrolled student files for the Registrar
Build, support, and maintain relationships with schools,
organizations, professional networks, non-profits, and others to
identify and cultivate recruitment opportunities. Understand and
support Financial Aid procedures, policies, and events pertaining
to the enrollment of a new graduate student.
Participate in GCU-wide special projects and committee work as
Serve as Department/Admissions Office liaisons for School of
Education marketing and recruitment programs
Utilize the CRM (Slate) to report student application status to
Partner with School of Education faculty to track and monitor
applicants through the admission funnel
Provide feedback on operations processes to improve the student
Review and assist with the development of admission
Integrate the core values of respect, compassion, integrity,
justice, and service in all job duties
Perform other duties as assigned
Attend work-related trainings and seminars off campus.
Bachelor’s degree required.
Valid NJ driver’s license, willingness to travel.
Strong interpersonal, analytical, and communication skills,
both written and verbal.
Excellent organizational ability to manage multiple projects
and to work independently and in a team.
Able to work with a diverse pool of prospective graduate
Interest in the education of future teachers and school
Knowledge of graduate admissions process required; related
Ability to manage confidential information pertaining to
application review and other admission initiatives
Ability to connect and build relationships with prospective
students as well as partner school districts, organizations,
professional networks, feeder schools, and others
Familiarity with MS Word, Excel, and relational databases
Capability of standing for long periods and handling large
quantities of recruitment materials.
Preferred knowledge of the use of a CRM in admission
recruitment, ideally Technolutions Slate.
**Effective October 1, 2021, proof of vaccination or submission
of weekly COVID-19 tests are required for all Georgian Court
employees. A copy of your CDC vaccination card should be shared
with the Office of Human Resources before your first day of
employment. All information will be kept confidential**