Dean of Enrollment Management and LifeMap - Bunker Hill Community College

Bunker Hill Community College Boston, MA
Job Description:

The College seeks a collaborative and experienced pioneering team leader to bring their proven record of accomplishment in admissions, enrollment and advising/retention to this role of overseeing all aspects of enrollment management and processing for the College. This is an opportunity to help shape the future and make a difference in student's lives.

The Dean of Enrollment Management and LifeMap is a critical role in the College leading, working and supporting numerous areas across campus including the offices of Admissions, Academic Records, Assessment, and LifeMap functions: Academic/Career Advising and Transfer Services. The successful candidate will have a depth of leadership experience in at least one of these areas and breathe of professional working experience in a multiple areas across enrollment management.

The Dean reports to the Associate Provost - Charlestown and serves as part of the College's Academic and Student Affairs leadership team.

Responsibilities:

* Provides direction, leadership, and professional development to the offices of Admissions, Academic Records, Assessment, and LifeMap functions: Academic/Career Advising and Transfer Services.

* Collaborates with other departments/divisions to carry out the philosophy of a student-centered institution within an integrated enrollment services environment

* Develops, implements and assesses a strategic enrollment management plan and goals in partnership with academic deans, division leaders and administration

* Utilizes enrollment and other relevant data for decision-making and planning

* Develops metrics and assessment methods to evaluate operations that drive continuous process improvement to optimize services to students and increase enrollment

* Develops and monitors annual budget

* Collaborates with the Office of Integrated Marketing & Communications to develop appropriate recruiting campaigns and admissions/recruitment materials

* Establishes and maintains positive working relationships with external community agencies, organizations, service area school districts to promote outreach and facilitate student enrollment

* Assesses, develops and recommends policies to appropriate deans, committees, or other entities related to enrollment management functions

Requirements:

* Master's degree required

* Minimum of six years leading enrollment management teams

* Ability to think critically, strategically, and creatively about the enrollment management process

* Experience in the development and implementation of enrollment goals; proven success with enrollment and retention strategies

* Demonstrates a leadership commitment to a student-centered environment

* Strong organizational, interpersonal, written, and oral communication skills

* Experience with Student Information and CRM Systems, knowledge of Colleague and Hobsons preferred

* Proven ability to work with a diverse faculty, staff and student population

* Demonstrated success in leading teams to reach established goals; and experience with data reporting and analysis for enrollment management decision-making

Preferred Qualifications:

* Doctorate degree

* Collective bargaining experience - highly desirable

Additional Information:

Review Date: To Ensure Consideration, Application Materials Must Be Received By May 31, 2018.

Application Instructions:

You may apply directly at: https://acesrch.applicantstack.com/x/detail/a21esjyij5eu. If you have any questions, you may contact Jennifer Muller at 860-740-2600 or Jennifer@acesrch.com.

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