The NYU Silver School of Social Work is comprised of approximately 1,300 students in four locations. This position will be responsible for increasing enrollment at the Westchester Campus at Sarah Lawrence College and the Rockland Campus at St. Thomas Aquinas College as well as overall admissions, advisement, and assistance with financial aid outreach, information and awarding. The goal is to substantially increase recruitment and enrollment at both New York branch campuses. The second goal is to assist with financial aid literacy for all of our students at all campuses with respect to meeting with students, providing workshops, working with the central office of financial aid (OFA) and NYU Silver scholarship awarding. This position is also expected to work with the branch campus faculty coordinator to execute overall outreach to schools and students at Rockland, Westchester and surrounding counties. They are expected to assist in advising target students regarding school programs, academic requirements, financial support and options, housing and other student services in order to help meet enrollment goals. The new employee is expected to learn NYU PeopleSoft, Slate online admissions and CRM system. Must have a driver's license and be able to travel to the Rockland and Westchester campuses as well as participate in other off-site recruiting events.
Required Education: Bachelor's Degree
Preferred Education: Master's Degree in higher education and Student Affairs or Master of Social Work.
Required Experience: 3+ years relevant professional level experience in an admissions office, financial aid office, or equivalent combination.
Preferred Experience: 3+ years experience in an academic environment and financial aid.
Required Skills, Knowledge and Abilities: Outstanding communication, interpersonal, and public speaking skills. Some extended travel during fall and spring and weekend hours required. Familiarity with MS Word, Excel, and database software.
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