Required Qualifications:
• Bachelor’s Degree
• Driver’s license and clean driving record

Preferred Qualifications:                                                                                                                    One-year sales, mass and individual marketing, social media public relations experience

Knowledge, Skills, Abilities:                                                                                                                  • Proven dedication and passion for two-year post-secondary institutions
• Ability to interact with students, staff and community in a pleasant, tactful & courteous manner
• Highly organized, energetic, and a self-starter
• Exceptional interpersonal skills
• Confidence speaking in small/large groups with people from all diverse backgrounds
• Computer proficiency with Microsoft Office and office technology
• Demonstrated ability work independently and foster a team-focused work environment
• Flexibility with schedule to accommodate college needs with travel, evenings, and weekends

Position Summary:
This position acts as the primary contact for all students in recruiting, admission, enrollment and
advising activities. Responsibilities include but are not limited to interacting with potential students and their families to promote and increase enrollment by attending a variety of recruiting events; providing campus tours to students and groups; assisting students with admission, enrollment, and advising.

Essential Job Functions:
• Provide high quality customer services to students, parents and others through information, admissions, enrollment, and advising processes
• Organize and give campus tours with potential students and groups
• Council and advise students to determine appropriate courses based on their assessment scores, certificate or degree goals, and transferability goals
• Enter student applications into SONIS
• Work with faculty, learning resources, other student services staff, and academic employees to make certain student academic advising needs are being met
• Work with other colleges to keep transferability information current and accurate
• Keep accurate records on advising activities with students
• Assist with assessment, graduation checks, career placement activities, and job preparation
• Assist students in choosing courses based on their assessment scores, certificate or degree goals, and transferability goals
• Attend local and regional career fairs/meetings/seminars, CPC conferences, high schools, and other events related to the dissemination of college information
• Promote and represent College at public relations events, promotional opportunities, marketing campaigns, business/committee meetings, and press/publicity functions
• Train and assist student recruiters in process of advising students and families concerning admission requirements, financial aid/scholarship, college policies and procedures
• Coordinate and conduct recruitment process for students including call-backs, interviewing, notifications, mass emails, other mass and individual communication processes
• Coordinate and facilitate open house and other recruitment events
• Develop and utilize a variety of methods of student recruitment and social marketing to increase enrollment – recruiting fairs, conferences, mailings, and electronic social networking
• Assist with campus promotional events – car shows, enrollment days, new student orientation, appreciation events, graduation, etc
• Establish and maintain relationships with external agencies including local workforce development, WIOA, Job Service Center, VocRehab, Salina Adult Education Center and others
• Create and deliver verbal, visual, electronic recruiting presentations – to various audiences to increase enrollment and provide educational information
• Develop advanced knowledge of all aspects of college systems including admissions, registration, financial aid, instruction, college policy and procedures
• Work closely with Concurrent Enrollment Specialist to develop and maintain strong relationships with high school counselors, instructional staff and potential students interested in technical education careers
• Be an active member of KACRAO and other applicable professional groups for college admissions/recruitment
• Attend professional development events to gain necessary information for position
• Work closely with faculty, administration, and staff, attend meetings, serve on committees
• Support the vision, mission, and policies of Salina Area Technical College
• Perform other duties as assigned

Physical Requirements:
• Occasional physical exertion to manually lift, carry, push, pull or move objects or materials less than 50 pounds
• Generally, involves 20% sitting, 60% walking and 20% standing, however some days may require more walking and standing
• Occasional stooping, bending, kneeling, and reaching
• Requires acute hearing and speaking skills
• Requires fine dexterity to type, enter data and provide written communications
• Use of standard office equipment including computers and general office equipment
• Work is performed in a busy and noisy environment
• Requires prolonged sitting or standing
• Requires traveling to various sites
• May require evening and weekend work

Application Process:
To be considered for this position you must complete the following:
• Submit an online application
• Letter of interest
• Resume
• Three professional work references

Maximum file size: 256 MB.
Maximum file size: 256 MB.
Maximum file size: 256 MB.

About Salina Area Technical College

Salina Area Technical College offers 17 technical programs leading to a Associate of Applied Science Degree and/or Technical Certificate.