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Lubbock Christian University is seeking an individual to plan and lead enrollment management efforts and manage financial aid scholarship budget. This person will report directly to the president, and be responsible for admissions, recruiting, retention, scholarship budget development, and the awarding of financial aid, and for all day to day activities and decisions involved in these areas. Duties include:
Plans, directs and reviews the activities and operations the Enrollment Management Division.
Supervises directly or through subordinate supervisors all division staff.
Oversees and participates in the hiring, training and evaluation of division staff.
Determines and takes appropriate corrective action and discipline including termination.
Confers with university personnel, program directors, budget administrators and/or staff to make determinations for budget development, strategic planning, requests, and management analysis and accountability reports.
Conducts and assists with the development of long and short-range goals.
Develops objectives and activities based on division goals.
Develops, maintains and implements division policies and procedures.
Represents the division and serves on various department and university committees.
Serves as representative of the University at state, regional and national organizations, boards, councils, and committees as assigned.
Resolves problems and issues affecting the division and directs measures to improve the effectiveness and efficiency of the division.
Directs and oversees the development and evaluation of division programs.
Plans recruiting strategies.
Recruit and supervise regular employees and student workers to support accomplishment of recruiting objectives.
Manages efforts to collect data about prospective students.
Monitors application count for upcoming semester.
Monitors contact frequency and ensure follow-up to prospective students to increase matriculation rate of applicants.
Manages and maintains financial aid scholarship budget.
Oversees the awarding process of institutional, state and federal financial aid.
Education and Experience:
Have sufficient formal education to establish credibility with prospective students and their parents.
A bachelor’s degree is desired.
At least two years of related administrative and supervisory experience.
Required Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
Knowledge of the principles and practices pertaining to the assigned divisions.
Knowledge of management and supervisory principles and practices.
Knowledge of budget management methods and techniques.
Knowledge of strategic planning principles and practices.
Knowledge of principles, concepts, and practices of organizational management.
Skill in problem solving and decision-making.
Skill in planning, analyzing and coordinating activities and establishing priorities.
Skill in effectively managing, supervising and evaluating assigned staff.
Skill in program design and development.
Skill in budget preparation and forecasting.
Skill in providing leadership.
Skill in both verbal and written communication.
Skill in establishing and maintaining effective working relationships.
Possess excellent customer service skills and the ability to train Admissions office personnel in customer service skills.
Have knowledge of admissions criteria and financial aid procedures.
Lubbock Christian University is a four-year private master's level institution that promotes unique educational opportunities with a strategic focus on student success in four key areas: spiritual formation, intellectual growth, personal stewardship and leadership development. Degree programs are offered for both bachelor’s degrees and master’s degrees. For over 60 years, the school has offered academic excellence in a Christian environment. For more information, visit www.LCU.edu.