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Assistant Director, Recruitment Initiatives « Position Deleted on 2/10/2013 »
|Institution:||Chicago Theological Seminary|
|Application Due:||Open Until Filled|
|Salary:||$38,000 to $42,000 USD Per Year|
This position is no longer an active posting on HigherEdJobsThe Chicago Theological Seminary (CTS) is one of seven seminaries affiliated with the United Church of Christ (UCC). Founded in 1855 by leaders of Congregational Churches in Illinois, Wisconsin and Michigan who sought to educate religious leaders within the contexts of their ministries, the Seminary has had a distinguished record of not only training ministers but also teachers and leaders of community organizations.
Reporting to the Executive Director of Enrollment Management, the Assistant Director contributes to the overall recruitment goals of the seminary. General assistance involves working with the Office of Admissions to promote the institution with respect to its alumni, communities of faith, professional alliances, and prospective students. Specific assistance includes: managing the recruitment initiatives, communicating with prospective students and leading them through the admissions process. The Assistant Director will also coordinate individual and group visits; manage and respond to inquiries and applicants using the data management system (EMPOWER); communicate regularly with prospects and applicants via phone calls and email. The Assistant Director will help CTS live out its commitments by increasing outreach to minority applicants and establishing relationships with Historic Black Colleges and Universities. Embedded in this description, all the while, is the injunction to accompany prospects as they explore vocational call.
Anticipated Day to Day Responsibilities
One-on-One Campus Visit Prospect Management
On-Campus Programs Virtual Visit/Tour
Off-Campus Programs Application File Management
Campus Tour Program Social Media Communications
Electronic Communications Specific Duties as Assigned
Qualifications include a bachelor's degree (required); the ability to articulate the value and goals of progressive theological education persuasively; excellent and proven organizational and administrative skills; commitment to working with historically marginalized and/or disenfranchised voices; and a willingness to work nights and weekends. Experience in computer-based research and planning will be helpful as will experience in admissions or a related field.
Please submit resume, cover letter and contact information for three references to contact information below.
Chicago Theological Seminary is an equal opportunity, affirmative action educator and employer.