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  • Coordinator of Enrollments - New Bedford

    Job Locations US-MA-Roxbury
    Job ID
    2018-1303
    # of Openings
    1
    Category
    Human Resources
  • Overview

    City on a Hill develops students that are responsible, resourceful, and respectful democratic citizens, who are prepared to compete in 21st century community, culture, and commerce. By emphasizing academic achievement, citizenship, teacher leadership, and public accountability, City on a Hill produces college-ready graduates.

     

    The Coordinator of Enrollment is a critical member of operations at City on a Hill (CoaH) and is directly responsible for student enrollment as well as supporting the effective implementation of operational systems at the school level at New Bedford, MA location.

    Responsibilities

    Student Recruitment

    • Lead student recruitment efforts to ensure full enrollment at CoaH - Circuit Street and CoaH - Dudley Square in conjunction with the Operations Team
    • Implement all recruiting strategies in accordance with Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE) approved Enrollment Plan
    • Update and amend the enrollment plan and provide requested data for DESE reports as needed
    • Develop and enhance city-specific student recruitment strategies, including attending local high school fairs and taking appropriate action to ensure goals and objectives are met
    • Cultivate current relationships with high school placement coordinators at local middle schools and extracurricular programs
    • Develop additional connections at schools where we do not currently have a partnership
    • Coordinate the recruitment of incoming 9th graders across CoaH - Circuit Street and CoaH - Dudley Square, meeting each school’s annual enrollment targets
    • Engage with prospective students and families to encourage attendance at CoaH
    • Plan, facilitate, and attend all recruitment events, such as student tours, open houses, and admissions sessions at both CoaH - Circuit Street and CoaH - Dudley Square
    • Engage and train student ambassadors to participate in the recruitment process
    • Keep accurate tracker and records of key enrollment information in applicant/ enrollment database, including offers made, expiration of offers, waitlist, acceptances, etc.
    • Manage the processes surrounding school lotteries, including acting as administrator for our enrollment software, SchoolMint
    • Gather and track all necessary application related documentations

    Administrative and Office Support

    • Support and execute all annual and semi-annual school events, such as field trips, Report Card Night, service day, juries, and graduation
    • Create and maintain records of all student IDs in conjunction with the Office Manager
    • Provide coverage to opening and closing the front office
    • Support the School Operations Manager in maintaining all student, teacher, and testing schedules, including providing staff coverage
    • Execute other special projects and front office support as assigned by the School Operations Manager or Leadership Team member

    Qualifications

    • Fluency in Spanish or Portuguese required
    • 1-2 years’ project management/event planning experience
    • Flexibility with time, tasks, and schedule a must (some traveling required)
    • Belief that every student, regardless of background, can and must achieve high academic levels
    • A demonstrated interest in education and/or the non-profit sector
    • A demonstrated understanding of Boston neighborhoods and communities
    • Experience creating partnerships with a diverse group of organizations
    • Experience in data analysis and systems preferred
    • Detailed-oriented and strong follow-through skills
    • Ability to take initiative, prioritize tasks, and work independently
    • Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written
    • Excellent computer skills, including Microsoft Office Suite
    • Communicates well with others and demonstrates strong interpersonal skills with students, parents, colleagues, and community members; good sense of humor
    • Comfortable working independently and on a team
    • Prior experience working in schools and/or urban communities preferred
    • Demonstrated commitment to superior customer-service
    • Enjoys working with children of all ages

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