About the Company:
Focus EduSolutions is a strategic venture and a part of the US $20 Billion online education market. We are a provider of e-Learning Solutions, and in our pursuit of building strategic partnerships with colleges and universities as well as industrial thought leaders, Focus EduSolutions offers Online Program Management (OPM) services, which enable our partners to overcome the challenges they are facing in the ever-changing academic landscape.
About the Department:
The Recruiting and Enrollment team supports the online program admissions efforts of our partner institutions and works from the Focus EduSolutions headquarters in Woburn, MA. The department is responsible for the admission of undergraduate and graduate-level online programs for four enrollment cycles during the year. The department is also involved in working with marketing planning and execution as well as supporting the curriculum development team.
The Admissions Recruiter will be a key member of a new initiative within in a dynamic Online Program Management (OPM) operation, primarily serving adult learners and non-traditional students. The team is responsible for working with partner institutions to recruit and convert candidates for all online undergraduate and graduate programs managed through the OPM process. Prospective students are identified through a combination of sources, including lead-generation programs put in place through the efforts of the Focus EduSolutions Marketing team, as well as prior inquiries from partner institutions. The position reports to the Director of Marketing and Strategic Initiatives. Together with the Director, the Admissions Recruiter designs and implements strategies to meet programmatic enrollment targets. Key performance metrics will be established at the outset. The Admissions Recruiter will be expected to offer input and suggestions for the continuous improvement of the program.
Prior recruitment, customer service, sales, or administrative experience.
An interest in working with people from a wide variety of backgrounds and a commitment to the principles of diversity in higher education.
Strong organizational and technical skills.
Valid driver’s license and have access to a car.
Ability to work nights and weekends when necessary.
Must be authorized to work in the United States.