The School of Art seeks professional artists, educators and administrators with an interest in interdisciplinary practice and expanding what it means to be a school in the 21st Century. The School of Art consists of 23 full-time faculty, 13 staff members, about 200 undergraduates and 18 graduate students.
Interested candidates should apply at the links included with each job posting.
Please do not send application materials directly to the school.
This key position will be responsible for the outreach and engagement of all prospective students and applicants to the School of Art’s undergraduate program, and function as the school’s staff liaison with the University’s Office of Admissions. They will coordinate and oversee all programming and events related to undergraduate admissions; including campus visits and tours for prospective students and their families, teacher and school counselor information sessions, applicant interviews, and application processes. They will work closely with the School of Art’s marketing and communications manager to develop promotional materials for mailing and online distribution. They will also collaborate with the senior leadership team, which includes Assistant Heads of Student Affairs and Administration, as well as the school’s Business Manager, and Head of School. Additionally, this position will sit on and coordinate closely with the school’s Undergraduate Admissions Committee.
-Coordinate with the Marketing & Communications Manager to strategically craft admissions publicity, recruitment materials, and ad placement.
-Oversee all aspects of admissions and enrollment activities by working closely with the Undergraduate Admissions Committee (comprised of School of Art faculty and staff)
-Plan and execute national recruitment efforts
-Engage with high schools, educational organizations, and other student admissions prospects to improve the breadth and diversity of our applicant pool.
-Collaborate closely with prospective students and their parents, including arranging tours of the School of Art as well as individual meetings.
-Administration and coordination of the screening process.
-Developing strategic recruitment strategies and maintaining admission data.
-Working closely with the Office of Undergraduate Admission on the processing and the admitting of undergraduate students.
-Other duties as assigned
-Bachelor’s degree required.
-Three to five years’ experience in academic recruiting and admissions.
-Experience working in an art school or organization; knowledge and interest in art-making; high school and/or college-level art education preferred
Closing date of this position is February 4.
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