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ADMISSIONS OFFICER AT MARIST HIGH SCHOOL
The Admissions Officer reports to the Chief Advancement Officer and is responsible for coordinating and implementing recruitment strategies, programs, and activities aimed at attracting students to enroll at Marist High School. As Director of Admissions, he/she also works closely with the Dean of Academics. The Admissions Officer will:
1. Promote a positive, professional image of Marist High School in all admissions efforts;2. Develop and maintain an overall knowledge of all academic, extra-curricular and athletic programs so that questions of a general nature may be discussed with prospective students and their parents;3. Provide school tours; 4. Develop and maintain a working familiarity with the financial aid and scholarship programs available to Marist High School students;5. Travel primarily in Hudson County and Essex County to represent Marist High School at high school recruitment nights, daytime recruitment visits to elementary schools, religious education programs and other local events to provide informational counseling to prospective students and parents;6. Assist with the development, implementation, and evaluation of a strategic marketing and recruitment plan;7. Review transcripts and applications of transfer students and make recommendations to the Head of School and academic administration regarding acceptance;8. Conduct on-campus interviews with prospective students and their parents;9. Coordinate the development and implementation of programs to involve Marist alumni and parents in the recruitment of students during Open Houses and other events;10. Direct the Marist Student Ambassador program and the Knight-for-a-Day program;11. Oversee the mailing of correspondences, both digital and hard copy, to elementary schools, churches, and students as needed;12. Perform data entry into the admissions database, including entry of new student intakes, tracking of applications and enrollment documents;13. Provide outstanding customer service to prospective and current school families, both in person and on the phone;14. Coordinate Open Houses and Informational Nights hosted at Marist High School; 15. Oversee the Project Accelerate program;16. Organizers all grammar school contests including the Spelling Bee, Math Contest, and Scholastic Olympics17. Oversee the International Student Program, procuring the initial SEVIS and providing updated student I-20’s as needed.18. Create and manage a service program for students and families receiving Marist financial aid according to administrative criteria.19. Serve as a member of the Cabinet and the Advancement Team.20. Carry out additional responsibilities as assigned by the Head of School and/or the Chief Advancement Officer.
Send cover letter and resume to email@example.com by January 26.