Main Duties and Responsibilities
Liaises with School Chairs in regards to the recruitment and retention of students Provide to students, staff, and the public timely and accurate information and service related to the College’s programs, student services, and specific admission and registration related policies and procedures Processes large volumes of applications/registrations Confirm admission status of new applicants and continuing students based on approved College, program and course prerequisites Accurately enter, assess, retrieve and maintain student information in a variety of electronic systems and formats Collect, track and communicate with prospective students to encourage movement through the enrolment funnel Create, implement and maintain program and course waitlists Prepare and distribute correspondence, forms, and reports as required Maintain updated knowledge of Program and College policies and initiate development/revision of procedures and guidelines Provide support to other Enrolment Officers and training to new Enrolment Services staff Liaise with school/departments, agents, sponsors external agencies and other institutions as required Participate in and support recruiting and strategic management events and strategies and student experience activities such as Convocation Perform other duties and projects Skills, Knowledge and Abilities
Knowledge of College admission/registration/policies and procedures and enrolment management practices Ability to apply initiative to individual and team efforts Excellent interpersonal and collaborative skills Strong customer service, communication, and conflict resolution skills Proven proficiency in Windows, Word, Excel, Access and Internet Excellent organizational skills and the ability to set priorities when encountering conflicting demands Excellent attention to accuracy, detail, process, and confidentiality Experience working in a Student Records System and Student Ledger is preferred Education and Experience
Completed high school plus a two-year Business Administration or equivalent related post-secondary program Minimum three to (3) three years of related experience preferably including process management, post-secondary admissions, recruitment, or other related experience High level of cultural competency learned through experience working with diverse groups in education and or service environment This is a temporary, full-time position commencing as soon as possible and ending on June 23, 2023. The position will work from Castlegar Campus, on-site, Monday to Friday, during regular College hours but may be asked to support special events that may fall on one or two evenings a year. The salary is pay grade 8 - $29.16 per hour - in accordance with the PPWC Collective Agreement.