Classified Part-Time (4) or Full-Time (1); $12.00 - $23.00 per
MIT Headmaster and/or Lead Recruiter
Under the direction of the MIT Headmaster and/or Lead Recruiter, establishes and administers programs for targeting recruitment and retention of students. Serves independently in all areas of management and accountability. Visits schools and makes presentations to groups and individuals. Coordinates recruitment efforts and serves as primary point of contact and internal coordination in outreach activities. Performs general clerical and bookkeeping duties.
- Actively recruit new students through email, in person and phone calls to potential student/parents, feeder schools and community events/partnerships. Develop and provide recruiting materials, incentives and advertising campaigns using concrete, explicit and abstract tools such as neighborhood flyers, social media, mailers and school tours.
- Retention of students as a liaison in customer satisfaction to problem solve concerns and improve student/parent needs through effective communication. Provide retention incentives to students and families.
- Visits middle schools, speaks to groups and individual students, and meets with school counselors and administrators to promote outreach activities within assigned communities and as required to assist others to recruit.
- Manages and coordinates community workshops, retreats, and recruitment efforts; arranges visits and tours for prospective, feeder schools, students and parents.
- Serves independently as the point person for internal coordination of student recruitment and enrollment management goals utilizing specific knowledge gained of admissions, registration criteria, information and deadlines.
- Coordinates and implements various recruitment programs and marketing strategies for on-site admission programs and special events relating to targeted freshman, transfer, or under-represented groups in the fulfillment of recruitment efforts.
- Serves independently to develop and maintain partnerships between local school systems throughout the assigned communities.
- Serves as the point person for oversight of recruitment goals and promotional and public relations accountability.
- Coordinates school participation of staff and alumni for local, state and national college recruitment fairs; coordinates event-specific organizational aspects, promotional materials and information from the universities and colleges, educational programs and degrees.
- Organizes and implements all aspects of large, multi-departmental special events utilizing presentation and promotional materials, coordination skills with multiple entities and representing the school at local, statewide and national events.
- Promotes and represents the school at public relations events, promotional opportunities, marketing campaigns, business and committee meetings, and press and publicity functions.
- Assists in the process of advising students and families concerning admission requirements and school policies and procedures.
- Prepares reports and proposals.
- Creates, packages, monitors and distributes resource materials for student recruitment and retention programs; develops mentorship programs; analyzes trends in recruitment and retention programs; collect and analyzes data to determine effectiveness of all recruitment efforts; develops strategies for program evaluation.
- Guides and oversees the work staff recruiting effort and/or student employees when engaged in directly related support activities; may participate in employee training and evaluative sessions.
- Engage community events to promote MIT and Riverside Elementary School District No. 2.
- Makes home visits as necessary to disseminate information, conduct interviews/intakes, collect data, establish rapport and/or provide services as necessary.
- Other duties as assigned.
- High school diploma or equivalent required; Associates Degree or Higher Education a plus.
LICENSES OR CERTIFICATIONS:
- A valid IVP Fingerprint Clearance Card
- Two-years of experience directly related to the duties and responsibilities specified.
- Ability to gather data, compile information, and prepare reports.
- Ability to make administrative/procedural decisions and judgments.
- Organizing and coordinating skills.
- Ability to use independent judgment and to manage and impart confidential information.
- Ability to develop and deliver presentations.
- Ability to work effectively with diverse populations.
- Ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing.
- Knowledge of student recruitment and retention issues.
- Ability to develop, plan, and implement short- and long-range goals.
- Bilingual, English and Spanish skills are helpful but not required.
- No or very limited physical effort required.
- No or very limited exposure to physical risk.
- Work is normally performed in a typical interior/office work environment.
TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT:
- Twelve-month year; Classified, Hourly and Benefits in accordance with EEF Board policies.
- Performance to be evaluated in accordance with Board policy on evaluation of classified staff.