Keystone Academy in Beijing is seeking a Dean of Admissions to begin in July 2020. Keystone is an innovative and distinctive institution that draws from Chinese, American and International learning, with a focus on producing graduates who are well prepared for top English-speaking university settings, and who are devoted to being forces for positive change. Set on a 20-acre campus, Keystone currently enrolls 1500 students (grades K-8 day; grades 7-12 boarding) and is currently led by Ed Shanahan and Malcolm McKenzie – formerly heads at Choate and Hotchkiss respectively. The campus is truly spectacular with many superb features that support the school’s innovative programming, including a state-of-the art facilities for music, theatre, athletics, science labs and other activities.
Given the size, scope, and aspirations of Keystone, the position could be a compelling opportunity for a strategic and dynamic admission/enrollment professional from Higher Ed. The Dean of Admission supervises a team of 11 in the admission office and three registrars, sits on Keystone’s senior staff, reports directly to the Head of School, oversees and directs admission efforts for an institution that currently enrolls close to 1500 students with aspirations (and demand) to grow to 1800 students.
Keystone seeks an experienced, American admission/enrollment professional – with secondary school or college/university experience – who understands and embraces holistic admission processes and has a genuine interest in China. Chinese language speaking ability is not required. Campus housing and highly competitive compensation, plus full tuition remission are a part of the package. A comprehensive position description may be reviewed: HERE.
Employer will assist with relocation costs.
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