Working in the Internships & Student Affairs (ISA) Office, focuses on targeted recruitment and yield plan development, as well as the implementation of recruitment events and activities targeting identified populations in the Faculty of Education. Participates in student recruitment events, and plans and implements recruitment activities (in-person and virtual) and promotional multimedia. Provides prospective students with information to guide them to choose programs and courses in line with their academic and career goals. Gathers data and compares target markets, with the aim of identifying ways to improve attraction on programs and activities in their portfolio and to increase enrolment. Provides information and guidance to current students and assists with undergraduate student affairs responsibilities in the ISA Office.
Duties and Responsibilities:
Assess existing and helps develop new programs/projects to achieve the recruitment and yield objectives for the target populations.
Supports the development and implementation of recruitment activities targeted towards potential students from target populations (diverse ones) to increase the yield of applicants from these targets.
Implements existing undergraduate and graduate recruitment/yield programs/projects/activities, including: Caravan Visits to Cégeps, McGill Open House, Cégep Student Information (CSI) Day, Campus Connect, etc.
Informs prospective students on admission eligibility criteria, by considering multiple sources of information, based on predetermined guidelines and procedures.
Supports the development of an outreach and student recruitment plan to attract identified diverse populations to the Faculty of Education’s undergraduate and graduate programs
Establishes and fosters effective working relationships with all McGill units that provide student services. Act as a liaison with Admissions Office.
Organizes and oversees assessment and evaluation activities, such as internal meetings, surveys, and focus groups with prospective and current students, alumni, and administrative and academic staff. Produces reports related to potential and current student perception and satisfaction. Provides insights into how to grow their portfolio.
Proposes alternative solutions and initiatives to attract a diverse student population with respect to their academic needs.
Prepares statistical reports and understands data from Banner and Minerva Student Information Systems, and Student Teaching Database systems, including creating ad-hoc queries in SQL
Provides information and guidance to current students at the undergraduate level on a wide variety of issues, as need arises
Education and Experience:
Three (3) years' related experience
One (1) year related experience
Other Qualifying Skills and Abilities:
Experience with the development and implementation of student recruitment activities for diverse populations. Experience advising potential students on admissions criteria and current students. Knowledge of the student life cycle is an asset. Proven experience organizing recruiting events locally and out-of-campus venues. Proven organisational skills with an ability to prioritize and multi task while paying attention to detail. Excellent interpersonal, communication and writing skills. Proven ability to work autonomously and as a member of a team. Experience working in a PC environment using databases, word processing, spreadsheets, presentation software, email, and webtools. Knowledge of Banner, Minerva, Student Teaching database and SQL Valid Quebec Driver’s licence. Fluently bilingual, English and French, spoken and written.
How to Apply:
Please submit your cover letter and curriculum vitae, clearly indicating the reference number, to the Faculty of Education at staffing.education [at] mcgill.ca
The deadline to apply for this position is February 13, 2020 at 5:00 PM.
- Current employees: please indicate your McGill ID number in your application.*
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Faculty of Education
Student Teaching Office
(Grade 03) $47,000 - $58,800 (midpoint) - $70,600
One (1) year
Friday, January 24, 2020