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Student Recruiter/Outreach Coordinator

KU College of Liberal Arts & Sciences   Lawrence, KS   Full-time     Education
Posted on November 19, 2021
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Student Recruiter/Outreach Coordinator:

The KU College of Liberal Arts & Sciences is seeking two Outreach Coordinators responsible for the recruitment and outreach to prospective undergraduate freshmen and transfer students to the College and School of the Arts. The Outreach Coordinator works with prospective KU students, and their families, to guide them through the college choice process, with an emphasis on helping students interested in certain pathways in the College of Liberal Arts & Sciences.

This position leads the communications and outreach strategy to prospective students, builds connections with high school and community college counselors, and collaborates with campus partners related to the College’s student experience at KU. They use data to track the effectiveness of their efforts and make necessary adjustments. Meeting with prospective students and their families, giving presentations on the College experience at KU, and attending recruitment fairs is required. The role will have the opportunity to travel around in-state, regionally, and nationally to work with prospective students exploring the College and KU.

The outreach coordinator stays informed of changes and trends in enrollment marketing, higher education recruitment, and careers in liberal arts and sciences. They conduct their work from a social justice perspective to ensure equity in their outreach and to contribute to building a more diverse KU. These positions will report to the Assistant Director of Recruitment & Outreach and work closely with the other outreach coordinators, the College communications team, as well as faculty and staff in assigned departments. 

If you have any questions, please contact Josh DeBoer, 785-864-3614, jddeboer@ku.edu.

For more information and to apply, please go to https://employment.ku.edu/staff/20718BR. 

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