Founded in 1919, AUC moved to a new 270-acre state-of-the-art
campus in New Cairo in 2008. The University also operates in its
historic downtown facilities, offering cultural events. Student
housing is available in New Cairo. Among the premier universities
in the region, AUC is Middle States accredited; its Engineering
programs are accredited by ABET, its Chemistry program is
accredited by the Canadian Society for Chemistry, and the School of
Business is accredited by AACSB, AMBA and EQUIS. The AUC Libraries
contain the largest English-language research collection in the
region and are an active and integral part of the University's
pursuit of excellence in all academic and scholarly programs. AUC
is an English-medium institution; eighty-five percent of the
students are Egyptian and the rest include students from nearly
ninety countries, principally from the Middle East, Africa and
North America. Faculty salary and rank are based on qualifications
and professional experience. According to AUC policies and
procedures, faculty are entitled to generous benefits.
Recruitment, Admissions & Enrollment:
- Direct formulation, implementation, and enhancement of
recruiting strategies, including marketing plans for recruitment
and retention of students, enrollment policy, divisional
operations, and services.
- Work to strengthen the marketing activities of the enrollment
management division, and to ensure consistency of brand and
timeliness of campaigns; effectively balance communications with
prospective students to increase yield and minimize fatigue and
costs; continue to help refine and automate access and
affordability data to be responsive to internal and external
constituents need for recurring and adhoc reports;
- Articulate student enrollment vision consistent with the
University's mission and strategic initiatives.
- Focused on the University's mission, vision and strategic
goals, lead the area of Enrollment and cultivate collaborative
relationships with University colleagues and external
constituencies to ensure consistent strategic enrollment management
- Develop and execute a successful strategy for increasing
enrollment and success of international students from diverse
countries, that allows us to meet our goal of increasing the % of
international students to over 20% while also meeting our revenue
- Confer with the Provost, the faculty, and the CFO to establish
enrollment objectives and priorities at key points in the year;
analyze enrollment trends and project outcomes internally and
externally. Prepare detailed reports on enrollment.
Student Financial Support:
- Develop and manage student financial assistance programs that
address the University's enrollment priorities, from admission
through retention and graduation;
- Develop strategies for student financial support packaging that
will support enrollment goals.
- Oversee, develop, evaluate and approve programs and projects
within the Office of International Programs; responsible for
developing and maintaining international institutional
relationships between AUC and selected universities. In partnership
with these institutions, AUC offers student, staff and faculty
exchanges, conduct collaborative research activities and provides
other cooperative programs.
- Oversee the services provided to international students and
- Work to ensure seamless, customer-centered handling of issues
that arise with regard to admissions, student financial support,
and student success balancing high touch with technological
solutions as appropriate
- Integrate the offices under the position purview (Recruitment,
Enrollment, Admissions & Student Service Center, the
International Programs and Services Office (IPSO) and Student
Financial Support,) and align processes from a student perspective,
increase diversity; and focus on implementation
- Work with Student Admissions, and with the Student Financial
Support to develop data-driven and analytics-based recruitment and
financial aid strategies to support enrollment goals.
- Work collaboratively with senior leadership on establishing
measurable goals for diversity, academic profile, and student
- Actively engage in an open dialogue with faculty, parents,
senior level administration, and others on matters related to
- Collaborate closely with University Marketing and
Communications leadership and other campus program leadership for
the development and implementation of institutional marketing
- Provide administrative leadership on policies and procedures
relevant to the recruitment, retention and graduation of
- Create a culture of shared ownership of enrollment management
that optimizes students' experience and supports their journey from
admission to graduation
- Serve as the University representative to multiple external
constituents, including high school counselors and other
universities nationally and internationally.
- Serve as a member of the Provost's Council.
- Any other related duties as requested by the Provost.
Minimum Education Requirement:
Earned a doctoral degree in business administration, management,
education, or a related field.
At least eight - ten years of progressive experience in academic
leadership in an accredited institution with a culture of shared
governance in addition to senior administrative experience in
international programs; including managing budgets, staff
supervision and development, and strategic planning.
Reports to: The Provost
Purpose: The Associate Provost for Enrollment Management
bears ultimate responsibility for identifying, attracting,
admitting, yielding, and retaining the students who will come to
the University and ultimately become its alumni. The Associate
Provost for Enrollment Management will have direct managerial
responsibility and oversight for the Offices of Recruitment,
Admissions, Enrollment, Student Services, Student Financial
Support, and the International Programs and Services Office. The
Associate Provost for Enrollment Management will develop
collaborative relationships with other leaders, faculty, staff, and
students to ensure integration of operational and strategic
enrollment management initiatives across campus.
The position is open until filled
Placement is based on the candidate's experience and skills.
Only candidates who make it to the short list will be
"We thank all individuals who have expressed interest in
working at The American University in Cairo."