SUMMARY OF POSITION
The Admission Counselor/Campus Experience Coordinator will
serve, promote, and represent the University as the primary
in-house admission counselor responsible for meeting prospective
students and families during the fall and spring travel seasons.
This position is responsible for all phases of the admission
process, from successfully marketing the programs to qualifying
students for enrollment. This position will provide administrative
support with calendar management, office management and
This position will manage the campus visit experience for
prospective students and families. Responsibilities will include
event management, material preparation, data entry, and significant
verbal and written communication with members of the campus
community, prospective students, and families. Additionally, this
position will manage the Student Ambassador Program.
- Serve as the primary in-house admission counselor during peak
travel seasons. Responsible for all phases of the admission process
and articulating the mission and value of the University to
- Oversee the day-to-day campus visit program. Respond to visit
inquiries and serve as the main point of contact throughout the
pre-visit process. and securing time and travel commitment from
campus visitors. Coordinate day visits with academic departments
and other areas on campus; work with fielding visit request and
preparing materials for visits.
- Oversee the Schreiner Ambassador program; manage interviewing,
hiring, and training of the student ambassadors; provide daily
supervision of ambassador staff; assign tours; crate and manage the
student ambassador schedules, make necessary adjustments throughout
the day to accommodate staffing or visitor schedule changes.
- Provide administrative support for the Office of Admission with
calendar management, office management and budgeting.
- Responsible for meeting or exceeding yearly campus visit
- Develops and deploys communications relevant to the campus
visit program to target segments through the funnel.
- Plan and execute the following recruitment events: open houses,
college day/night programs, receptions, alumni events, and all
other approved functions.
- Establish relationships with all stakeholders on and off the
- Collaborate and communicate professionally and effectively with
diverse constituencies, including faculty, staff, administrators,
students, parents, and counselors.
- Facilitate communication among employees, students, and
management through interpersonal and professional communication
- Maintain the highest level of confidentiality concerning all
matters in the Office of Admission and Financial Aid and adheres to
the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act.
- Other duties as assigned by the AVP
- The position requires the ability to work evenings, partial
weekends, and campus visit programs as needed for success.
EDUCATION, EXPERIENCE AND SKILLS REQUIRED
- Four-year college degree preferred
- Bi-lingual English and Spanish preferred
- Ability to set goals, work with tight deadlines, organize and
prioritize daily activities, exercise necessary follow-up, and be
- Ability to adjust, adapt and persist regardless of setbacks and
work independently and as part of a team
- Previous supervision experience
- Event planning experience preferred
- Strong computer skills required. Must have the ability to use
the Internet, Microsoft Office (Outlook, Excel, Word,
- Demonstrated proficiency using a customer relationship
management (CRM) system preferred
- Possess an enthusiastic and positive attitude with a strong
work ethic and desire to serve others
- Strong communication skills and the ability to listen
attentively, convey understanding and persuasively communicate the
value of Schreiner’s education to various constituencies.
- Sales and customer ability to “close” campus visits and event
- Use of sound judgment, maturity, and responsibility
- Willingness to work weekends and weekend hours to meet job
- Ability and willingness to travel as needed
- Driving is required; therefore, candidate must have a valid
Texas driver’s license, related insurance, and good driving