Location: Binghamton, NY Category: Professional Posted On: Thu Jan 23 2020 Job Description:
Budget Title: Senior Staff Assistant (SL-3)
Salary: $48,201 - $50,000
Binghamton University seeks a Graduate Programs Marketing and Recruitment Coordinator for the School of Management. The coordinator will work with the Associate Dean for Masters Programs, the Assistant Director for SOM Graduate Programs and the SOM Communications Manager to develop and implement strategic marketing/global recruitment plans for MBA and MS programs. This role is critical to the future growth of the school.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
Lead the strategy and management for internal School of Management marketing initiatives, including student-facing marketing materials
Provides centralized project management for School of Management graduate marketing initiatives, outlining timeline to goal achievement, structuring launch calendars, and serving as resource to advise internal stakeholders of progression
Serves as a key point-of-contact for SOM graduate program marketing initiatives for the SOM Communications Manager
Consults with SOM Communications Manager to analyze and continuously improve the stream of communications to prospective and admitted graduate degree candidates in Slate CRM
Support Directors and Deans in recruitment planning and implementation of recruitment plan for School of Management graduate programs
Support program Assistant Director and Director in reviewing applications
Research and coordinate new opportunities for exposure of School of Management graduate programs to potential prospective students
Plan, execute and review all special events including information sessions, graduate school fairs, presentations
Meet with and advise prospective students as a key point-of-contact to ensure their graduate school plans serve their goals and are compatible with program opportunities
Assist in new program development, including preparing program proposals for review by Binghamton University and State Ed
Strategically improve internal pre-registration process for incoming graduate candidates
Support program Assistant Director and Administrative Director in communications and management of all incoming and current graduate students, with a managed volume of over 200 entering and currently enrolled degree candidates
Master's degree in business or related field (if degree is in progress, must have an expected Master's graduation date by Summer 2020)
Experience in developing marketing campaigns with an emphasis on utilization of tools that are effective in reaching the graduate student market
Strong writing and presentation skills
Excellent interpersonal skills
Ability to manage multiple tasks and meet deadlines
The position will require travel
Experience with university student recruitment (or comparable) preferred
Offers of employment may be contingent upon successful completion of a pre-employment background check and verification of degree(s) and credentials.
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