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Founded in 1952, Adler University (formerly the Adler School of Professional Psychology) is the oldest independent non-profit graduate school of psychology in North America with campuses in Chicago, Vancouver and an online global campus. The Vancouver Campus of Adler operates in British Columbia under the consent of the BC Ministry of Advanced Education. The School provides graduate education in psychology and related fields. Vancouver Campus program offerings include five Master’s programs and one Doctoral degree program.
Adler University is a value-centered and growing institution that is seeking an Admissions Advisor to join the Office of Admissions. This position reports to the Director of Admissions and Program Innovation, assisting with all aspects of the admissions and recruitment process.
As a member of the admissions team at the Vancouver campus, this position will be responsible for meeting enrollment goals through conversion of leads and applicants. The Admissions Advisor is also responsible for maintaining accurate application and inquiry records via accurate and timely data input into the student database student management systems.
The primary responsibilities of the Admissions Advisor include: documenting responses to admissions inquiries via phone and email; documenting and responding to applicants regarding their application and materials submitted; representing Adler University at on-campus and online events as well as off-campus recruiting events; conducting campus tours; and advising applicants. The Admissions Advisor has responsibility for organizing admissions interviews and related activities to support the application evaluation process.
Work schedule: Primarily Monday through Friday (9am-5pm). Some evening and weekend hours as well as local and North American travel are also required.
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