The Assistant Vice President for Undergraduate Admissions leads and manages the Office of Admissions, including Recruitment and Office Operations, Diversity Outreach and Recruitment, Global Admissions, and Access Programs. Major responsibilities include the development, design, and implementation of recruitment efforts to support the University’s goals for all campuses and schools, seeking highly talented students who represent a global and diverse student body. The Assistant Vice President for Undergraduate Admissions is responsible for undergraduate admissions policy, supervision of applications processing, all outreach and recruitment strategies, including specific recruitment strategies for campuses and schools, and the oversight of pre-college and access program outreach to support enrollment goals. The Assistant Vice President for Undergraduate Admissions partners with constituents across the NYU Global Network and collaborates with Enrollment Marketing to ensure a comprehensive, university wide, recruitment strategy is in place to achieve enrollment goals.
Master's degree required.
15 + years progressively responsible professional experience with undergraduate administration or equivalent combination of education and experience. Must include previous experience in developing recruitment strategies as well as managing, leading, and mentoring staff.
Required Skills, Knowledge and Abilities:
Excellent communication, organizational and planning skills. Exemplary relationship building skills with both internal and external constituents. Knowledge of market and societal trends affecting undergraduate enrollment at selective institutions including best practices for Undergraduate Admissions strategies. Competency in data analysis and familiarity with current technologies and trends.
Preferred Skills, Knowledge and Abilities:
Knowledge of PeopleSoft. Understanding of recruitment tools and CRM systems, proven track record of using internal and external data to develop recruitment strategies.
EOE/AA/Minorities/Females/Vet/Disabled/Sexual Orientation/Gender Identity