Term: 19 months
This individual represents the Faculty of Mathematics for a wide variety of recruitment audiences and is responsible for developing, executing and managing the faculty recruitment activities related to the initiatives listed below. The undergraduate recruitment coordinator works as a team member in the Faculty of Mathematics, Admissions & Outreach team.
Overall Strategic Management
Conducts research to inform strategic direction and implementation of Math initiatives related to relationship building, events, ambassador team, outreach and student transition
Conduct research to inform and develop strategies for assigned recruitment and transition projects throughout the year
Budget management – Develop, forecast and manage an annual budget for all faculty events and relationship building strategies (funds provided by Faculty)
Leadership & Relationship Building
Represent the Faculty of Mathematics on university-wide and faculty-wide committees and advisory groups related to recruitment and admissions, including but not limited to, event and relationship building initiatives (i.e. Roundtable targeted at events and relationship management)
Create and cultivate relationships with domestic and international students, influencers, and key stakeholders (for example, contribute to Faculty specific communication pieces for prospective students and applicants, respond to student inquiries, regularly set up meetings and communicate with relevant academic units within and outside Math, who are involved with recruitment, engagement, transition, and admissions)
Create and maintain positive relationships with staff, faculty and department heads to ensure enough volunteers are recruited for each event, including, but not limited to MBOH, FOH, You@Waterloo Day, OUF etc.
Serves as faculty point person and liaison with the Marketing and Undergrad Recruitment team and all the other Faculty Recruitment coordinators to ensure consistent and common messaging through all university wide events
Develop Marketing Action Plans for all events, relationship building, and tours
Event Direction & Management
Evaluate faculty/program specific on campus recruitment initiatives to align with the Faculty’s Strategic Plan and provide improvements throughout the year
Lead and manage the Faculty’s participation in the Ontario Universities Fair. Create/prepare a training module and deliver the training to faculty, staff and student volunteers alike
Training & Supervision
Develop and lead faculty training sessions (ambassador training, liaison training, student volunteers and others involved in recruitment training, for example OUF training)
Hire, train and supervise co-op student(s) in each term
Hire, train and supervise a team of 60+ ambassadors (student volunteers)
Ensure that the Faculty’s key differentiators are highlighted
Experience working with current undergraduate students, with proven ability to motivate volunteers
Ability to build consensus and foster teamwork among a variety of stakeholders, within the faculty, across campus and externally with off-campus partners/prospective students
3-5 years experience in an educational, recruitment setting
The individual should be able to demonstrate a high level of leadership within the faculty, while employing a student-centered approach to recruitment. Must be aware of current recruitment trends and the demographic changes that our faculty will face in the coming years
The Coordinator needs to have excellent writing, presentation and verbal communication skills, as well as bring a strong team work ethic and collaborative approach to their work, be organized and have well developed time management skills
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