The Enrollment Management Administrator will assist the NYU Tandon School of Engineering Associate Dean for Academics, Assistant Dean for Academic Affairs and the Associate Director of Undergraduate Recruitment.
Responsibilities include: Under the supervision of the Associate Director of Undergraduate Recruitment, the Enrollment Management Administrator will assist with the transfer credit evaluation process from all incoming undergraduate external transfer students for the NYU Tandon School of Engineering. The Enrollment Management Administrator will review transfer credit evaluations, initiate the evaluation process, collect course materials from students which will be used by departmental evaluators to review previous coursework, track and update evaluations and communicate with departmental advisers for approval of courses for degree requirements, collaborate with Admissions to get approved coursework posted to student records. This position would collaborate with many university offices including Admissions, the academic department evaluators, the Registrar’s Office and academic advisers.
The Enrollment Management Administrator will oversee the administration of baccalaureate scholarships for the School.
Responsibilities include: Manage and administer baccalaureate scholarships for NYU Tandon School of Engineering. Review and edit scholarship programs, various government grants, program reports and other scholarship-related materials in collaboration with respective program heads and the Dean. Advise current students on scholarship and aid opportunities. Collaborate with University's Office of Financial Aid, Bursar and the School's Undergraduate Academics Affairs as appropriate under the direction of the Associate Director of Undergraduate Recruitment.
Bachelor’s degree or international equivalent
Up to 2 years' of university or related student support services experience or equivalent combination.
3-5 years Higher education or non profit
Required Skills, Knowledge and Abilities:
Demonstrated strong interpersonal, organizational and problem solving skills. Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Ability to interact with a diverse population at all levels. Must have a high comfort level with technology, demonstrating proficiency with Google Docs, Microsoft Office (Access, Word and Excel).
Preferred Skills, Knowledge and Abilities:
Experience working in higher education student services, such as financial aid, academic advising, or student support.
EOE/AA/Minorities/Females/Vet/Disabled/Sexual Orientation/Gender Identity