The Stanford MBA Admissions Office seeks an Assistant Director for our Outreach Team. The outreach team creates opportunities for future students to engage with the Stanford Graduate School of Business (GSB) community, understand the GSB experience, and make informed application and enrollment decisions.
The Assistant Director will lead the effort to create a strategic vision for diverse candidates (broadly defined), and will guide the participation of other staff in implementing these strategies. As an Admissions Officer, this position will participate in a full-range of activities to recruit and select MBA candidates, including representing the GSB at post-admission events, and at on- and off- campus recruitment events internationally and domestically, and evaluating MBA applications and conducting applicant interviews.This position will work closely across all teams within the MBA Admissions and Financial Aid Office, as well as other GSB departments, such as Alumni Relations, External Relations, and Marketing and Communications, and act as liaison to student groups and other university and external partnerships.
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Independently administer, implement and/or interpret university and department admission policies and procedures.
Read, evaluate, interview, and make higher level recommendations on MBA applications and applicants .
Develop and implement programs and strategies for recruitment of top students, hold primary responsibility for Diversity strategy .
Develop and deliver outreach programs , especially related to Diverse candidates, in local, national and international communities, conduct informational meetings and respond to questions regarding admissions and the MBA experience at Stanford.
Develop programs and efforts to cultivate and maintain relationships with secondary or university personnel, professional organizations, students, and alumni.
Analyze needs, develop and manage admission programs and processes.
Conduct quantitative and qualitative analyses of admissions information .
May conduct market research and identify new program audiences, develop multi-channel marketing materials and other recruitment tools.
Serve as a public relations and information resource to prospective applicants, secondary or university personnel, professional organizations, students, parents and alumni, represent University at activities and events, meetings, committees and conferences.
May hire, train and supervise part-time seasonal readers and other staff.
* - Other duties and special projects may also be assigned
Internal Number: 297531
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