Overview

Catholic International University is currently seeking an Assistant Director of Admissions. This person will play a critical role in the admissions process, supporting the Director of Admissions and ensuring a seamless experience for prospective students. Here are the key responsibilities and qualifications for this position:

Recruitment and Outreach:
Collaborate with the Director of Admissions to develop recruitment strategies.
Engage with prospective students, review applications, and conduct campus events.
Support other admissions staff.

Admissions Policies and Procedures:
Assist in creating and implementing admissions policies.
Ensure compliance with all admissions requirements and documentation.
Manage the admissions decision process for all academic programs.

Marketing and Communication:
Review marketing materials and promotional content.
Respond to student inquiries and concerns promptly.

Collaboration and Meetings:
Participate in meetings, conventions, and discussions related to admissions.
Regularly review and update admission criteria.

Student Preparedness:
Ensure that admitted students are well-prepared for their program.
Facilitate a smooth transition for students before the start of classes.

Qualifications:

Bachelor’s degree in a relevant field.
Experience in admissions, student services, or related areas.
Strong communication, analytical, and organizational skills.

All employees, regardless of religion, agree to maintain and strengthen the Catholic mission of the University.

This is a full-time position. Salary based on qualifications. Qualified candidates should send a resume, salary requirements and personal statement to Amy Shouse at ashouse@catholiciu.edu.

Catholic International University does not discriminate against any applicant or student on the basis of sex, race, color, age, national origin, religion, disability, or any other status protected by applicable law.

About Catholic International University

The mission of Catholic International University is to communicate the mind and heart of the Church in support of the New Evangelization. In pursuit of Truth, the university educates learners globally through personal and relational online programs in Catholic theology and faith development, liberal arts, science, and technology, to foster faith, leadership, and service for the Church and the world.