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Enrollment Services Advisor

Buffalo, New York ~ June 03, 2019

["During peak recruitment periods, the advisor will participate in extensive recruitment travel to represent the university and its programs at in-state and out-of-state recruitment events, including high school and college visits, college fairs, visits to schools and community-based organizations, receptions, interviews, information sessions, and group presentations to include evenings, weekends and overnight travel. H/she will actively manage their assigned territories and will assist in data analysis to measure effectiveness. The individuals will build and cultivate key relationships and partnerships with constituents, such as; secondary school communities, community-based organizations, alumni, and professional organizations. The counselors will participate in all large on-campus and off-campus recruitment and yield events and assist with fielding phone inquiries, making phone calls, in person consultations and will actively participate in on-campus recruitment events, including the Visit UB program and campus group presentations, these activities may require evening and weekend participation. In addition, the counselor will be part of the multicultural team and will support the University’s mission of building an academically excellent and diverse educational community. H/she will assist with coordination of efforts focused on multicultural recruitment activity and assist with the design and implementation of focused efforts to yield multicultural students. \r\n\r\nThe individuals will assist with all phases of application processing. File review activities will include monitoring files for completeness, data entry and fielding questions from applicants. The advisor will also review and make admissions decisions regarding freshmen and transfer applications; will become well versed with university admissions requirements for all programs and will monitor application data within their assigned region", "During non-peak recruitment periods, the advisor will assist the Office of Financial Aid with counseling activities. H/she will be required to interpret and retain federal and state regulations to maintain compliance and will counsel students/parents on a variety of available aid programs. H/she will also interact with other student service departments and other business offices to facilitate the student financial aid eligibility process and will make necessary referrals to other student service offices. H/she will represent the university in various Financial Aid and Admissions informational sessions.\r\n\r\nExtensive US travel to recruit students via attendance at organized recruitment events or visits to schools, including evenings, weekends and overnight travel."]

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