The University of Iowa Office Of Admissions is seeking candidates for the position of On-Campus Programs Coordinator. The primary purpose of the On-Campus Programs Coordinator position is to implement student recruitment/outreach events and activities as assigned, with a specific emphasis for on-campus events, special group visits, web-based events and student panels; assist with advising STAR student volunteer organization as well as the Tour Guide program. Please visit the University of Iowa Admission webpage for more details information regarding admissions at Iowa.
Key Areas of Responsiblity
Recruit Students/Promote the University to the Public:
Plan, implement, and assess recruitment programs and services. Recruitment programs might include, but are not limited to, on/off campus programs for prospective students, advisory boards, programs/activities for targeted populations, and programs to train/use volunteers/student employees in the recruitment process.
Coordinate recruitment (outreach) activities with campus and external partners.
Develop comprehensive event planning and implementation timelines, list of required resources, reservation/confirmation procedures, communications and logistics.
Research and make recommendations regarding event logistics and best practices, including staff involvement, roles, and responsibilities for event implementation. Advise/assist other campus departments with outreach event planning as assigned. Collect event data, create periodic reports, and develop survey/feedback instruments.
Train staff, part-time student employees, and student volunteers on event content, objectives, purpose, and their roles and responsibilities in assisting with planning and execution of Admission outreach events.
Assist with hiring, selection, supervision and evaluation of part-time student employee(s) who support the planning and implementation of Admission outreach programs and events. Functionally supervise/advise student volunteers (STAR) assisting with outreach events.
Assist with daily campus visit programs, transfer, diversity, top scholar, and high school student recruitment initiatives/programs as well as conferences, workshops, and advisory board meetings.
Assist with management of the Tour Guide Program.
Present the Iowa Overview and/or Moderate Student Panels when needed.
Serve as a resource for answering general University information in a public relations capacity to prospective students, their parents and others who come into contact with the Admission Visitors Center.
Assist with printed marketing, multimedia, and other public relations materials for programs in coordination with the Office of Admissions – Strategic Communications & Marketing team.
Specific support for, but not limited to: Front Desk/Reservation Area, Special Group Visits, and Student Panels.
Enrollment and Transition Services: ·
Assists with OnIowa! first-year student transition program.
Provide information and advice to new students and parents about University life to ease their transition to the University, e.g. advising, orientation, registration, housing, placement tests.
The qualifications of this job posting are described as competencies or behaviors needed to perform the job duties of this position at a defined proficiency/standard. The proficiency levels for this position are at a basic and working proficiency levels.
With over 31,000 students, the University of Iowa is one of the nation's top public research universities, a member of the Big Ten conference and the Association of American Universities. The University of Iowa is composed of eleven colleges and is known around the world for its balanced commitment to the arts, sciences, and humanities. It is home to one of the nation's largest academic medical centers and the pioneering Iowa Writers' Workshop. The University of Iowa promotes work/life integration and is located in the casual yet cosmopolitan environment of Iowa City, widely recognized as one of the country's most livable communities.