The Job — Admissions Advisor for DeVry University
Location — Telecommute available after six months. (NJ)
Job Responsibilities — From the company job posting:
- The role of the campus admissions advisor is to reach out to individuals in person, via phone, or through video conferencing, take incoming calls and place outbound calls to prospective students.
- Admissions advisors interview prospective students to determine their motivation for attending college; understand their career goals and the obstacles that might prevent them from starting or continuing their education; help them to overcome those obstacles; and ultimately help them identify the degree-program that best matches their needs.
- During the interview advisors present information about the benefits of education and DeVry, tailoring their message to the student’s needs, motivation, and career goals.
- Once prospective students decide to enroll, advisors guide them through the admissions process, responding to questions, linking them to financial aid and academic advisors, gathering the documents necessary to start school, and ensuring students complete admissions testing.
- By networking and building relationships with their students, admissions advisors identify and contact other prospective students.
Have a Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent relevant experience.
Have a passion for education and the desire to help prospective students achieve their educational and career goals.
Enjoy listening to, and talking with prospective students over the phone, getting to know them, and creating a meaningful relationship.
Possess the skills needed to craft well-written, compelling messages to our students and fellow colleagues.
Have the desire to work with a team, and toward the team’s goals, while also working independently and being internally motivated.
Schedule — Full time, flexible,
Employee or Contract — Employee
Compensation — Not advertised. Read Glassdoor salary reviews here.
Benefits — Comprehensive benefits advertised.
More Information — Review and apply with DeVry here.