Associate Director of Admissions for Online Nursing Georgetown Universitys School of Nursing & Health Studies
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Associate Director of Admissions for Online Nursing - Georgetown University's School of Nursing & Health Studies
Founded in 1903, Georgetown University's School of Nursing & Health Studies houses dynamic degree programs in the health sciences and aims to promote health equity and improve population health locally, nationally, and globally.
The Associate Director of Admissions for Online Nursing is responsible for the oversight and optimization of the admissions strategy and process for online programs, including application review, admissions data, communication, messaging to vendor admissions team, faculty reviewer, and committee management. The Associate Director has duties that include but are not limited to:
Application and Admission Processes
Oversees and ensures the accuracy of all online graduate admissions management, including transcript review by the vendor and prompt application processing.
Holistically reviews all completed applications (three-four cycles/year), denying those who are not eligible for review, and shepherding those eligible by concentration to appropriate faculty for review in order to ensure a prompt review and decision timeline by faculty.
Collaborates with program coordinators, faculty reviewers, program directors, academic affairs, tech/UIS Banner team, Office of Student Financial Services, NHS Communications, and the vendor to ensure a seamless application process and yield.
Enters all admission decisions into the Student System of Record and Salesforce with 100% accuracy; and troubleshoots any system issues with decision inaccuracies or decision system data loads with vendor and Georgetown Registrar and UIS teams.
Vendor Admissions Team Oversight
Manages the admissions counselors and their managers with careful oversight of full representation of both the Georgetown brand and the NHS admissions policies, processes, and standards.
Conducts consistent quality control reviews of the accuracy of messaging regarding NHS programs inclusive of the University's Jesuit identity, values, academic rigor and educational outcome expectations for a graduate of Georgetown in a leadership position within the scope of professional nursing practice.
Conducts reviews every after cycle to provide ongoing continuing education for the admissions counselors and their management team to debrief and troubleshoot any issues.
Serves as a content expert for the MS [email protected] programs and BSN to DNP program, as well as Post Graduate Certificate programs.
Determines what makes a successful student at Georgetown University, and articulates what markers lead to a successful student within NHS programs.
Gathers admissions rubric data promptly; completes analysis for trends, margins, and averages; and scrutinizes faculty disparities in review of applications with the goal of consistency across applications and programs.
Conducts annual assessment of the review process, including usage of the Salesforce platform, admissions rubric, application documents, and marketing materials; and, based on this analysis, identifies needs and improvement measures to ensure the success of all admitted applicants.
Troubleshoots data issues with both the vendor and the Student Information Systems team in order to seamlessly integrate from one system to another.
Manages the ongoing assessment of strategies utilized with the MS in [email protected] - as well as the BS to DNP, and PGC programs - to maximize yield of high-quality applicants.
Performs ongoing review of metrics provided by the vendor to ensure optimization of brand impact within the digital space.
Review of all content on the website that is related to admissions as well as approval of key information shared with prospective students, such as blogs, testimonials, and ads.
Master's degree Higher Education Leadership, Communications and/or Marketing or MBA combined with at least 5 years' experience working within Admissions and Marketing in a higher education environment
Demonstrated experience working with an array of stakeholders
Familiarity with Salesforce, Drupal, Google analytics, Apply Yourself, and other educational application systems
Demonstrable positive energy, a deep commitment to values-based liberal arts education, and strong communication skills
Ability to manage multiple complex tasks simultaneously and effectively respond to ever-changing environments comprised of a diverse group of stakeholders
Effective team player
Experience working in a higher educational setting with vigorous academic standards
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