Responsible for recruitment travel and prospective management within assigned territories, application and scholarship review. Interviews with and presentations to prospective students and families. Collaborates with constituency groups and manages assigned projects.
Maintaining and satisfying minimum attendance requirements are an essential requirement of this position, including working all full-time regular hours as established by the supervisor in addition to any scheduled or emergency overtime.
Duties and Responsibilities
Essential duties and responsibilities may include, but are not limited to, the following:
Evaluates and presents admission applications.
Represents Trinity university by visiting high schools and attending college programs within assigned geographic areas, both in Texas and across the United States.
Represents the Office of Admissions at professional gatherings, recruitment functions and meetings often during evenings and weekends, as required.
Uses Slate and Colleague, software for admissions and financial aid, to help achieve recruitment goals.
Conducts individual interviews and information sessions for prospective students and their parents during campus visits or travel.
Contacts students and parents throughout the college search.
Develops recruitment strategies and manages recruitment territories.
Incorporates constituency groups, including recruiting current students, current parents, faculty and staff members, and alumni.
Presents merit and need-based financial aid information to prospective students, parents, and high school counselors.
Cooperates and collaborates with other employees in the spirit of teamwork and collegiality and interacts with confidence, patience and integrity to provide professional leadership during emergencies.
Complies with all Trinity University policies and guidelines.
Performs other duties as required.
All jobs require a current Criminal Background Check (CBC).
Willingness to travel and work evening and weekend hours to meet job requirements.
Specific and general instruction from supervisor, either verbally or in writing. Operates independently for most routine matters.
No previous experience.
Strong interpersonal skills to effectively represent Trinity in a positive manner to both internal and external audiences.
Ability to quickly learn the university, as well as admissions and financial aid procedures and policies, and accurately present information to prospective students, parents, and high school counselors.
Strong communication skills and the ability to persuasively communicate the value of Trinity’s education to various constituencies.
Ability to take initiatives and work independently to meet job requirements, as well as working collaboratively with others to meet enrollment goals.
Strong organizational skills and the ability to create and develop programs promoting Trinity to various constituencies.
Strong critical reasoning and analytical skills, particularly as it pertains to territory management, application review, and overseeing assigned projects.
Strong technical skills and the ability to learn Slate and Colleague.
Ability to lift file boxes and literature cases with supplies.
Strong organizational and analytical skills.
Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
Ability to speak to the value of a liberal arts experience.
Bachelor's degree from four-year college or university.
Licenses and Certifications
Must possess a valid Texas Driver’s License and have a good driving history.
May not have more than two moving violations in a three-year period.
For over 150 years, we have met challenge with opportunity to ensure the best and brightest students have access to a transformative education.
Home to more than 2,500 students, Trinity is rooted in the liberal arts and sciences. We are guided by a mission and set of values that place the student experience at our core. As a community that both honors our past and shapes our future, we strive to live our values in everything we do.