CSOM (Carlson School of Management) June 6, 2022 as a priority application date This position will represent the Carlson School of Management to prospective students, prospective student families, and high school officials while providing customer service to prospective students from a variety of geographical locations and identities, including racial and ethnic backgrounds.
Located at the University of Minnesota on the West Bank of the Mississippi River in Minneapolis, and part of one of the leading public research land grant universities in the country, the Carlson School of Management has a rich history of preparing and educating the world's current and future business leaders. Since its founding in 1919 as the University of Minnesota School of Business, the school has grown, changed names, and moved locations, all while maintaining a continued commitment to excellence. This evolution has been helped through the generosity of many business partners, most notably Curt Carlson and Herbert M. Hanson, Jr.
The Carlson School of Management is consistently ranked within top 20 business schools across the country, embracing innovation, excellence and keeping the student the focal point of all that we do. At the Carlson School, we believe that innovative education is driven by a diverse mix of backgrounds, experiences, and thought. Our vision is to prepare students to be global business leaders and challenge them to use business as a force for good by building a community that recognizes the value of diversity and inclusion and understands power, privilege, and inequity.
In addition to the expected skills below, the Carlson School of Management values soft skills that foster our Guiding Principles, "We Before I, Why Before How, and Work Before Reward." We Before I: Put the needs of many before the needs of the individual; a self-aware team player with the ability to generate trust through influential and welcoming interpersonal skills. Why Before How: Ask questions about purpose before making decisions, pause and reflect before taking action; demonstrate good judgment, critical thinking, problem-solving, integrity, and tact. Work Before Reward: Take on any challenge with an unassuming and unrelenting work ethic; demonstrates professionalism, productivity, resilience, and grit.
This is a full-time, P&A, non-exempt position. Salary range is $43,000-$46,000 depending on qualifications.
RESPONSIBILITIES Freshman Recruitment & Outreach (50%) â— Serve as the face of the Carlson School for prospective first-year students interested in pursuing business majors at the U of M. â— Recruit and facilitate enrollment of high achieving and underrepresented prospective Carlson School of Management students. â— Participate and assist with the execution of Carlson School recruitment via targeted calling campaigns to encourage students to attend on-campus events and visits.
Campus Visit Coordination (25%) â— Proactively plan and execute specialized visits to create a memorable experience for high-achieving students, women, and multicultural students by following a strategic visit model created by the Office of Admissions and the Carlson School of Management. â— Collaborate with the Carlson School to plan, facilitate, and execute campus visits for students interested in business programs. â— Engage and utilize the Carlson Ambassador program to assist with on-campus visits, specialized experiences, and recruitment.
Application Review & Office of Admissions Support (15%) â— Provide admissions counseling and extra-mile customer service to prospective students. â— Evaluate academic and other credentials for admission decision and counseling purposes.
Yield & Enrollment Project Support (10%) â— Identify top students to recommend for merit and need-based scholarships aligned with the enrollment goals of the Carlson School. â— Use data and personal student relationships to inform the Carlson School of important information and impactful recruitment efforts. â— Special projects as assigned by the Carlson School of Management and the Office of Admissions, based on personal strengths or abilities.
ESSENTIAL (REQUIRED) QUALIFICATIONS: â— Bachelor's degree and two years of relevant work experience. â— Must have a valid driver's license or consistent and reliable transportation to travel regionally in the Midwest. â— Demonstrated commitment to fostering diversity, equity, and inclusion in practice. â— Must be able to travel regionally and nationally, sometimes overnight, for extended periods of time. â— Ability to work evenings/weekends as needed. â— Excellent organizational and interpersonal skills. â— Excellent written and oral communication skills, including public speaking experience. â— Demonstrated ability to work independently and take initiative.
PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: â— Event planning or project management experience preferred. â— Preference given to candidates with University of Minnesota experience, defined broadly, such as former student, graduate, employee, or community member of any campus. â— Preference given to candidates with community based organization experience. â— Preference given to candidates with admissions experience.
The University of Minnesota, founded in the belief that all people are enriched by understanding, is dedicated to the advancement of learning and the search for truth; to the sharing of this knowledge through education for a diverse community; and to the application of this knowledge to benefit the people of the state, the nation, and the world.