DIRECTOR OF ADMISSIONS
The Director of Admissions is responsible for the overall admissions process including planning, organizing, and implementing a comprehensive admissions program reflecting the mission and goals of St. Theodore Guerin High School. The Director of Admissions represents Guerin Catholic to families and students of the parishes and Catholic schools within the Diocese of Lafayette-in-Indiana, as well as others seeking admission. The Director of Admissions reports directly to the President and is responsible for overseeing the activity of the Admission Assistants.
This is a full-time, year round, position. A Bachelors Degree is required however a Masters Degree would be preferred. It is preferred that the candidate have 3 to 5 years of recent admissions experience in K-12 or higher.
Duties and responsibilities include:
To oversee the program of admissions of new students to the school.
To represent Guerin Catholic to parishes, schools, and families of the Diocese of Lafayette-in-Indiana at events in and outside of Guerin Catholic.
Develop and expand existing network of relationships with diocesan parish staff members and key people of influence (principals, etc.)
To present the school to prospective students and parents, which includes the systematic and efficient handling of applications and communication with candidates and their parents; interviews with candidates and their parents; arrangements for admissions testing; securing of necessary student credentials; and communication of final decisions to the appropriate individuals.
To oversee the admission office, creation of the admissions budget, an appropriate admissions and marketing materials, mailings and publications.
To support the President of the school, the Principal and the Director of Finance and Operations with the awarding of scholarships and financial aid.
To evaluate continually and redesign where appropriate all aspects of the admissions and marketing program with the goal of maintaining a capacity enrollment of qualified students and a wait-list of qualified applicants
To manage the re-enrollment of current students for the succeeding year.
To oversee the network of parents, former parents and alumni to assist in the admissions program.
To keep relevant statistics on all aspects of the admission and re-enrollment program.
To perform other duties as assigned by the President of the school.
To support the school and its leadership.
Model prayer and faith to students and volunteers in all aspects of this role.
Follow all school policies.
Ensure all volunteers used in the admissions process follow school and Diocesan policies, especially Diocese Protocol for Ministry with Minors.
Interested and qualified candidates may submit a cover letter and resume to Nancy Eiker at email@example.com by Friday, November 21, 2014