Santa Fe Jobs

Updated: 9/25/14
Information for faculty applicants

 

Job Title: Advancement Assistant Database Manager

Role:  The Advancement Assistant Database Manager (AADM) has college-wide responsibility in assisting with the day-to-day operation, maintenance, and user support of the college’s Advancement administrative data reporting software and the online social networking community for college constituencies.  The AADM must ensure the accuracy and efficiency of database operations. The AADM provides documentation and direct support and training to users of the college-wide Advancement applications.

The person in this position must maintain a working knowledge of the various administrative functions of the college and assist in overseeing user support for their data reporting needs, as well as directly providing necessary data reports (such as an Annual Donor Honor Roll). Other responsibilities include: maintaining and updating entries in the Advancement database Blackbaud Raiser’s Edge (RE) and web applications,  including Blackbaud NetCommunity (BBNC) to ensure data integrity; creating and testing BBNC online forms; writing, analyzing and enforcing policies and procedures; coordinating with ITS and other staff to establish connections between the Advancement database and other systems (on campus and otherwise); serving as troubleshooter and providing training and general support for RE and BBNC users.

The AADM reports to the Santa Fe campus Director of Advancement Services but also functions as part of the college-wide data management team.  The AADM must have strong communication, project management and interpersonal skills and be willing to learn new tasks, software and databases.

Major Duties and Responsibilities:  Assist Data Managers with providing system support for the college’s Advancement administrative data reporting systems to ensure data reporting functions are operating effectively and reliably. This responsibility includes, but is not limited to regularly assisting the Data Managers in monitoring application performance to identify areas in need of attention, and coordinating actions to maintain expected performance levels. Assist the Data Managers with coordinating and developing complex Advancement reports to streamline college‑wide administrative processes, data handling, and reporting needs. This includes assisting with gathering and evaluating customer development needs for Advancement data reporting, assist with designing, developing, testing and supporting report development efforts for users, implementing and integrating third party software and end‑user tools (e.g. Crystal report writers, BBNC, CX, Microsoft Office software). Assist with coordinating, and performing application, database, and report development efforts. Using and assisting to maintain an annual calendar of cyclical needs and events associated with the use of applications and data. Assist in working with developers of third‑party software applications, such as, Wealth Engine, to coordinate data migration to and from RE and BBNC. Assist the Data Managers with providing information, advice, and support to users of the Advancement data reporting systems. Assist the Data Managers with Blackbaud NetCommunity registration forms, email management, alumni community profiles and web pages for the college. Assist users with the effective use of database and web applications. Creating, acquiring, and maintaining user support documentation as needed. Assist user support staff with designing and arranging user training for new implementations, employee orientations, and the ongoing use of database and web applications. Help with providing policy, procedures and support including end‑user training and guides. Review and update new user requests, profile updates, and event registrations. Perform other duties as assigned.

Expectations:  Excellent problem solving, time management and organizational skills. Ability to work at a detailed level while maintaining an overall project perspective. Ability to build productive working relationships with people throughout the college-wide community. Ability to customize, maintain, and support advancement applications according to customer needs and design specifications. Ability to think strategically. Accomplish departmental goals, and identify and address problems and opportunities as they arise.

Supervision Received:  Director of Advancement Services

Supervision Given:  Student Workers

Compensation:  $37,389 per year

Status:  Contract, exempt, full-time, 35 hours per week

Knowledge and Skills:

Experience:  Two years to five years of similar or related experience. Experience in a higher education institution is preferred.

Education:  Bachelor’s degree. A concentration in Computer Science, Software Engineering, Information Systems, or Information Technology preferred.

Interpersonal Skills:  Courtesy, tact and diplomacy are essential elements of this job.  Work involves much personal contact with others inside and/or outside the college for purposes of giving or obtaining information, building relationships, or soliciting cooperation.

Other Skills:  Strong application support background, a proven ability to work with system users, excellent problem solving skills. Experience with report writer tools (e.g. Raisers Edge, MS‑Access, MS‑Excel, Crystal Reports), other MS Windows applications is desired. Blackbaud NetCommunity experience is preferred. Experience with project management, operational planning, and user education programming preferred.

To Apply:  Send resume, letter of intent, salary history and names, addresses and phone numbers of three professional references to santafe.jobs@sjc.edu.  Resume packets will be accepted until interviews begin.

 

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Job Title: On-Call Switchboard Operator

Role: To provide an initial point of contact to visitors. To operate college switchboard, provide routine information and direct calls to appropriate area. To provide a center of communications for emergency situations. To distribute U.S. Postal Service mail and campus mail to student, staff, and faculty mailboxes.

Major Duties and Responsibilities: Answer all incoming calls, including emergency calls, and route calls to the appropriate place. Deliver USPS mail and campus mail to students, staff and faculty mailboxes. Dispatch security over 2‑way radio to problem areas, emergencies, and assistance calls. Act as initial point of contact for visitors to campus. Give directions to visitors, and students. Other duties as assigned.

Expectations: To provide professional, friendly and helpful service to all callers, co‑workers, and visitors. To observe all college policies and procedures pertaining to employment. To respond to all phone calls promptly and within three (3) rings in the majority of cases. To respond to all radio calls promptly. To keep a log of all radio calls, and any emergency calls received. This position may require overnight graveyard and weekend shifts.

Supervision Received: Director of Safety and Security

Supervision Given: None

Compensation: $10.66 per hour

Status: Temporary, On-Call

Knowledge and Skills:

Experience: Six months to two years of similar or related experience.

Education: A high school education or GED.

Interpersonal Skills: Work normally involves contact with persons beyond immediate associates, generally regarding routine matters for purposes of giving or obtaining information which may require some discussion. Outside contacts take the form of service to the public (visitors or vendors) requiring ordinary courtesy in providing assistance and information.

Other Skills: Work requires physical hand dexterity and full range of motion for operation of the switchboard. Requires sitting for long periods of time. Requires ability to hear in the normal range.  Requires ability to work under stressful or emergency situations with high concentration and energy level.

Working Condition: Work is performed primarily in an office setting.

To Apply: Please stop by the Human Resources Office at St. John's College, 1160 Camino Cruz Blanca, Santa Fe, NM 87505, in Weigle Hall - Room 106 or 107 to fill out an application. Applications will be accepted until interviews begin.

 

 

 

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Job Title:  Custodian I

Role:    To clean assigned campus buildings and their contents using specified products and equipment and replenish supplies as needed. To include set‑up for conferences and special events.

Major Duties and Responsibilities:   Cleans campus buildings (entrances, hallways, classrooms, restrooms, laboratories, offices, floors and windows) and their contents (desks, chairs, tables, chalkboards, window blinds, carpet, mats, etc.) in an assigned area.  Uses specific cleaning products and a variety of cleaning equipment (brooms, mops, vacuums, etc.) in order to maintain a neat and clean environment. Helps with the set‑up (moving tables, chairs, etc.) for small events or for larger events as assigned by supervisor.  Performs custodial work as described above in locations other than assigned areas in order to provide coverage in emergencies or when other workers are absent as assigned by supervisor.  Removes all trash from building (assigned area) on a daily basis. Responsible for maintaining equipment or seeing that any equipment problems are reported to immediate supervisor.  Uses care in the operation of equipment so that equipment is operated safely and not damaged. Checks doors and windows to make sure they are locked at the end of every shift to ensure building security.  Helps with snow duties and works overtime if needed to include weekends.  Performs other job related duties as assigned.

Expectations:  To work as a team and cohesive unit on assigned projects and tasks.  To be adaptable and flexible about performing services in several buildings and areas, and not just in one building only.  To understand the responsibilities of being role models to students on the campus.

Supervision Received:  Custodial Supervisor 

Supervision Given:  None

Compensation:   $11.58 per hour

Status:  Contract, non-exempt, full-time, 40 hours per week

 

Knowledge and Skills: 

Experience:  Six months to two years of similar or related experience.

Education:  A high school education or GED.

Interpersonal Skills:  Normal courtesy in dealing with others is required.  Work involves minimal contacts, usually within the department. Contact usually involving routine, non‑sensitive issues. External contacts are limited to incidental contacts with visitors, or no contact.

Other Skills:  Two years custodial or related experience desired. Excellent oral and interpersonal communication skills are necessary. Occasional overtime and/or weekend hours may be requested. Must be able to communicate in English.

To Apply:  Please stop by the Human Resources Office in Weigle Hall – Room 106 or 107 to fill out an application.  Applications will be accepted until interviews begin.

 

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Job Title:  Graduate Admissions Assistant

Role:    This position will act as the visit coordinator and events coordinator for the Graduate Admissions Office and will be instrumental in gathering student and alumni profiles and other content for publications and the website. This position will handle the administrative functions for the Summer Greek Institute and Summer Film Institute. This position will also assist the Graduate Institute Office during busy periods.

Major Duties and Responsibilities:   Serves as the primary contact for the graduate visit program. Processes requests for visits, schedules class visits, tracks down reading assignments, notifies faculty and schedules visit appointments with GI staff. Maintains the GI Facebook pages and Google Adwords accounts. Generates copy for the website and publications.  Performs general office duties such as filing, answering email and phones, and processing requests for information. Organizes events aimed at promoting the GI and helping to attract students to its programs such as the “Encounter the Liberal Arts” seminars, “Introduction to the Eastern Classics” seminars and receptions for local teachers, out of town visitors, Summer Classics participants, and other college constituents. Serves as the administrative assistant for the Summer Greek Institute and Film Institute which involves marketing the programs, handling applications, tracking deposits and payments, arranging on‑campus housing and planning events for the participants as well as acting at the primary contact for all questions before and during the program. Gives campus tours to prospective students.   Performs other duties as assigned.

Expectations:  To provide timely, accurate, professional administrative support as outlined above.  To work in a helpful and friendly manner. To keep relevant information confidential. To maintain a professional work environment and appearance. The assistant is responsible for becoming familiar with the graduate programs at St. John’s College and the graduate admissions process so that he or she can respond knowledgeably and confidently to the inquiries of prospective students, faculty, staff, and the general public and perform a myriad of office tasks timely, efficiently, and with a sense of urgency.

Supervision Received:  Associate Director of Graduate Admissions

Supervision Given:  None

Compensation:   $16.89 per hour      

Status:  Contract, non-exempt, full-time 35 hours per week


Knowledge and Skills: 

Experience:  Six months to two years of similar or related experience.

Education:  A college degree.

Interpersonal Skills:  Courtesy, tact, and diplomacy are essential elements of the job.  Work involves much personal contact with others inside and/or outside the college for purposes of giving or obtaining information, building relationships, or soliciting cooperation.

Other Skills:  Must work well with the public, be detailed oriented, and accurate in data entry and all forms of communication: written, verbal, listening, and understanding.  Desirable qualifications include previous office administration experience, good typing skills, editing experience, and knowledge of marketing practices.

To Apply:  Send resume, letter of intent, salary history and names, addresses and phone numbers of three professional references to santafe.jobs@sjc.edu.  Resume packets will be accepted until interviews begin.

 

                                 

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Job Title:  Development Officer

Role:    Staff member responsible for assisting with the management and marketing of the college’s fund raising efforts, including the identification, cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship of donors.  Manages and executes the Fund for St. John’s College. Manages volunteers. Plans and manages special events.

Major Duties and Responsibilities:   Manages and executes the Fund for St. John’s College, the college’s annual fund. Collaborates with other college offices to meet goals.  Manages the Alumni Giving Council. Identifies, cultivates and solicits individuals capable of making a gift.  Maintains a portfolio of prospects. Plans, executes and manages special events, including the Sunsetter, Women’s Tea and Classics Weekends, targeted at cultivating and stewarding various constituents.  Performs other job related duties as assigned.

Expectations:  Increase gift revenue. Cultivate and secure new and recurring donors.  To heighten community and campus awareness regarding gift planning and programs. Be a role model to students on the campus.

Supervision Received:  Director of Development

Supervision Given:  None

Compensation:  $46,319 Annually

Status:  Exempt, full-time, 35 hours per week

Knowledge and Skills: 

Experience:  Three years to five years of similar or related experience.

Education:  A college degree.

Interpersonal Skills:  A significant level of trust and diplomacy is required, in addition to normal courtesy and tact. Work involves extensive personal contact with others and/or can be of a personal or sensitive nature. Work may involve motivating or influencing others. Outside contacts become important and fostering sound relationships with other entities (companies and/or individuals) becomes necessary and often requires the ability to influence and/or sell ideas or services to others.

Other Skills:  Three to five years of experience in fundraising or related experience required; basic accounting, marketing, and communication preferred. Excellent written, oral and interpersonal communication skills are necessary. Computer proficiency and familiarity with word processing and database software is desired (Microsoft Office and Raiser’s Edge products preferred). 

To Apply:  Send resume, letter of intent, salary history and names, addresses and phone numbers of three professional references to santafe.jobs@sjc.edu.  Resume packets will be accepted until interviews begin.

 

  

 

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Job Title:  Desktop Support Specialist

Role:         Provide multi‑platform (PC, Mac) hardware and software support for staff and faculty computers; serve as first level contact for technical assistance and applications support.  Support is provided through office visits, telephone, and remote assistance tools.  Oversee and complete short and long term projects for the supervisor and IT Operations Manager.

Major Duties and Responsibilities:   Provide computer and application user support to college staff and faculty.   Involves user consulting on computing needs, troubleshooting and resolving problems, and in the field repairs.  Works closely and coordinates with other ITS staff in providing this support.  Install equipment and software in a timely manner, following established practices for configuration, installation, network connections, etc.  Enter installation and equipment information into inventory system following prescribed guidelines.  Assist with administrative system (e.g., Jenzabar CX) support by triaging trouble tickets and performing entry level administrative application support duties.  As directed by supervisor, provide some oversight, training and supervision of ITS student workers and the Help Desk.  Provide day‑to‑day support for campus telephones and voicemail.  Participate in the specification of supported computers and peripherals.

Expectations:  Technology implementations are carried out promptly, efficiently, and according to established ITS practices. Responses to service requests are prompt and professional. Inventory information is entered correctly and completely. Knowledge of supported technologies is readily demonstrated when interacting with computer users.  All work is recorded and tracked through the use of the Work Order Tracking system currently designated for that purpose.

Supervision Received:  Desktop & Telephone Systems Coordinator

Supervision Given:  None

Compensation:   $37,388 annually          

Status:  Contract, exempt, full-time, 35 hours per week   

Knowledge and Skills: 

Experience:  Education equivalent to graduation from a four‑year college or university with a degree in computer science, information systems or related fields, or similar certified coursework in applicable fields of study (e.g., A+ and/or MCDST or MOS certification), or equivalent work experience in one/more technology positions. Experience may be substituted 2 years for 1 year of education.

Education:  Three or more years professional, in‑depth desktop operating system, hardware and application support and troubleshooting including networking, printers and scanners.  This experience must include consulting with end users on all aspects of computer and application use. Higher education experience preferred.

Interpersonal Skills:    Works well as a member of a team and interacts positively and productively with other IT staff and college staff and faculty. Excellent communication skills, employing a customer service orientation when interacting with staff and faculty.

Other Skills:  Extensive familiarity with desktop and laptop hardware components, Active Directory and the Windows and MacOS operating systems. Must understand what computers and networks are and how they work.  In‑depth knowledge of the functionality and use of MS Office (Windows and Mac), Outlook, Entourage, multiple Web browsers, image and OCR scanning systems.  Experience with enterprise Anti‑virus software and other anti‑malware tools.   Solid familiarity with desktop security practices. Experience with basic data network support, including wired and wireless, hardware and software components.   Experience supporting PDA's, repairing laser printers, and supervising college students are a plus.

To Apply:  Send resume, letter of intent, salary history and names, addresses and phone numbers of three professional references to santafe.jobs@sjc.edu.  Resume packets will be accepted until interviews begin.

 

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Job Title:  Admissions Alumni & Volunteer Programs Coordinator

Role:      To expand and support alumni involvement in recruitment.  To interact with the Alumni Relations Office. To identify, organize, and monitor volunteers—alumni, parents, and current students.  To contribute to a greater number of prospective students who have direct contact with alumni and other volunteer groups. To develop programs that will utilize the talents of volunteers throughout the admissions cycle to grow understanding of and interest in the college.  To be a role model to students on campus.

Major Duties and Responsibilities:   Develop, plan, and execute new programs for volunteer groups and motivate individuals involved.  Assist with recruitment and application management.  Contribute to every aspect of the office’s work and function as a top notch spokesperson for the college. Travel when necessary. Meet and greet and interview prospective students visiting the college. To serve as a liaison between the Admissions Director and the Alumni Leadership Forum (ALF). Attend meetings related to the Admissions process and Alumni/Parent Relations.

Expectations:    To behave in a professional manner and to assist Admissions in any and all ways; and to conduct oneself in a professional manner at all times.  Must possess a set of very distinctive leadership and coaching skills.  To ensure deadlines are met and to see that duties are performed as well and as smoothly as possible. To understand the responsibilities of being role models to students on campus. To have an appreciation for a liberal arts education.   To be able to multi-task in a fast-paced and outcomes driven environment.  To be willing to travel when necessary.

Supervision Received:  Director of Admissions

Supervision Given:  Volunteers and Student Aides

Compensation:   37,388 annually

Status:  Exempt, full-time, 35 hours per week

Knowledge and Skills:

Experience:  Six months to two years of similar or related experience.

Education:  A college degree is required.  A St. John's College degree is preferred.

Interpersonal Skills:  A significant level of trust and diplomacy is required, in addition to normal courtesy and tact.  Work involves extensive personal contact with others and/or can be of a personal or sensitive nature.  Work may involve motivating or influencing others.  Outside contacts become important and fostering sound relationships with other entities (companies and/or individuals) becomes necessary and often requires the ability to influence and/or sell ideas or services to others.

Other Skills:  Excellent written, oral and interpersonal communication skills are necessary.  Ability to plan and implement new programs; and organize and motivate volunteers is essential.  Must be willing and able to travel and have a valid driver’s license.

To Apply:  Send resume, letter of intent, salary history and names, addresses and phone numbers of three professional references to santafe.jobs@sjc.edu.  Resume packets will be accepted until interviews begin.

 

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Job Title:  Admissions Communications & Outreach Initiatives Coordinator

Role:      Plan, develop and lead efforts to produce new communication campaigns in multiple mediums (print, electronic and social media) to assist with recruitment in all phases of the admissions process.  To call attention to and create a demand for the January Freshman class, Fall freshman class, and the Summer Academy.  Support the admissions operation in any and all ways.  To be a role model to students on campus.

Major Duties and Responsibilities:   Launch new communication initiatives with measurable results.  To engage actively in prospect and application management whenever necessary. To work well with the communications office of the college, and the Annapolis campus. Work effectively and collaboratively with all colleagues in every aspect of the office’s work. To meet, greet and interview students and parents visiting the college.

Expectations:    To conduct oneself in a professional manner and serve as an excellent spokesperson for the college.  To meet deadlines and goals as set by the director and associate directors. To have excellent communication skills (written, spoken, and graphic). To have and understanding and appreciation for the St. John’s College academic program, as well as the aims of liberal education.  To have experience with project/program management.  To contribute to the formation of an effective admissions team.  To be able to multi-task in a fast-paced outcomes driven environment.

Supervision Received:  Director of Admissions

Supervision Given:  Student Aides         

Compensation:   $41,598 annually

Status:  Exempt, full-time, 35 hours per week

Knowledge and Skills:

Experience:  Two to three years of similar or related experience.  Must have strong writing skills with proven experience.  Must have experience working with social media.

Education:  A college degree is required.  A St. John's College degree is preferred.

Interpersonal Skills:  Must be a self‑starter, creative and a careful thinker and precise communicator.  A significant level of trust and diplomacy is required, in addition to normal courtesy and tact.  Work involves extensive personal contact with others and/or can be of a personal or sensitive nature.  Work may involve motivating or influencing others.  Outside contacts become important and fostering sound relationships with other entities (companies and/or individuals) becomes necessary and often requires the ability to influence and/or sell ideas or services to others.  Ability to get things done in a collaborative environment which includes two campuses and admissions programs on each campus.

Other Skills:  Must be organized and computer literate (MS Office preferred).  Excellent written, oral and interpersonal communication skills are absolutely essential.  Able to hold confidential information in a professional manner.

To Apply:  Send resume, letter of intent, salary history and names, addresses and phone numbers of three professional references to santafe.jobs@sjc.edu.  Resume packets will be accepted until interviews begin.

 

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Job Title:  Assistant Director of Admissions

Role:      To have or acquire a solid understanding of St. John's College and its academic program so as to present it accurately and persuasively to prospective students.  To recruit students to the college and to manage, develop, and implement recruitment strategies for specific states and geographic regions in collaboration with the Director of Admissions and other staff members.  To travel extensively to promote the college to target populations in many different settings.  As a Territory Manager, to conduct extensive work cultivating student prospects, employing all necessary mediums of communication.  To supervise student assistants.  As an Application Manager, to assist prospective students in the application process and to track and compile applications for admissions, including data entry, interpreting transcripts, and processing all required documents for the Admissions Committee.  Extensive phone and email communication with prospective students is required.  To interview prospects who are visiting campus.  To be involved in all programs directed by the office.  To function as manager of projects when requested by the Director.  To be available and willing to take on other duties as requested.  To be a role model to students on campus.

Major Duties and Responsibilities:   Plan and execute recruitment strategies throughout the country.  Conduct intensive follow‑up with prospects and applicants, including extensive record‑keeping, data entry, report generation, research and all activities related to Prospect and Application Management.  Meet and greet all parents, counselors and teachers who visit the college.  Interview prospective students.  Assist in the delivery of campus programs. Supervise one or more student assistants and work effectively and collaboratively with colleagues to accomplish the goals of the office. Perform related duties when necessary.

Expectations:    To travel extensively and to have a valid driver's license.  To conduct oneself in a professional manner.  To meet deadlines and goals as set by the Director. To have exceptionally strong communication skills.  To have an understanding of and appreciation for the St. John's College academic program, as well as the aims of liberal education. To contribute to the achievement of enrollment goals.  To contribute to the formation of a spirited, cohesive, and effective admissions team.  To be able to multi-task in a fast-paced and outcomes driven environment.

Supervision Received:  Director of Admissions

Supervision Given:  Student Aides

Compensation:   $37,388 annually

Status:  Exempt, full-time, 35 hours per week

Knowledge and Skills:

Experience:  One year of similar or related experience.

Education:  A college degree is required.  A St. John's College degree is preferred.

Interpersonal Skills:  Significant levels of trust and diplomacy is required, in addition to normal courtesy and tact.  Work involves extensive personal contact with others and can be of a personal or sensitive nature.  Fostering sound relationships with schools and/or individuals is required.  Must be able to counsel and influence students and parents with regard to education, admissions and financial aid.  Must be competent at program/special project management.

Other Skills:  Must be organized and computer literate (MS Office preferred).  Excellent written, oral and interpersonal communication skills are necessary.  Able to hold confidential information in a professional manner.

To Apply:  Send resume, letter of intent, salary history and names, addresses and phone numbers of three professional references to santafe.jobs@sjc.edu.  Resume packets will be accepted until interviews begin.     

                                  

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Job Title:  Associate Director of Admissions                                                                         

Role:      To have or acquire a solid understanding of St. John’s College and its academic program so as to present it accurately and persuasively to prospective students.  Associates are experienced admissions officers who manage staff and take the lead on important aspects of enrollment management.  To function as a superior admissions recruiter.  To manage, develop, and implement recruitment strategies for specific states and geographic regions. To travel extensively to promote the college in many different settings throughout the country and world.  As a Territory and Prospect Manager, along with the other admissions officers, conduct extensive work cultivating student prospects.  Assisting prospective students in the admissions process; and tracking and compiling application files, including data entry, interpreting transcripts, and processing all required documents for the Admissions Committee. Extensive phone and email communication with students is required. To be actively engaged in all aspects of the Admissions Office, and to help in all ways to build the best admissions program possible.  To be a role model to students on campus.

Major Duties and Responsibilities:   To recruit students and conduct intensive follow‑up with students, including extensive record keeping, data entry, report generation, research and all activities related to Prospect Management. Manage all aspects of the admissions process for a significant portion of the prospect and applicant pools.  Function as a leader and motivator of staff.  Plan and implement recruitment strategies.  Conceive, plan, and manage major programs.  Meet and greet all prospective students, parents, counselors, and teachers who visit the college. Interview prospective students. Assist in the delivery of campus programs. Perform related duties when necessary.

Expectations:    To travel extensively and to have a valid driver’s license. To conduct oneself in a professional manner. To meet deadlines and goals as set by the Director.  To have exceptionally strong communication skills.  To have an understanding and appreciation for the St. John’s College academic program, as well as the aims of liberal education. To have experience in Admissions. To contribute to the formation of an effective admissions team by leading, motivating and setting an example of excellence.  To be able to multi-task in a fast-paced outcomes driven environment.

Supervision Received:  Director of Admissions

Supervision Given:  Student Aides

Compensation:   $41,598 annually

Status:  Exempt, full-time, 35 hours per week

Knowledge and Skills:

Experience:  Five years of similar or related experience.

Education:  A college degree is required.  A St. John’s College degree is preferred.

Interpersonal Skills:  Significant levels of trust and diplomacy are required, in addition to normal courtesy and tact.  Work involves extensive personal contact with others and can be of a personal or sensitive nature.  Fostering sound relationships with schools and/or individuals is required.  Must be able to counsel and influence students and parents with regard to education, admissions and financial aid.  Must be competent at program/special project management.  Must be a leader.

Other Skills:  Must be organized and computer literate (MS Office preferred).  Excellent written, oral and interpersonal communication skills are necessary.  Able to hold confidential information in a professional manner.

To Apply:  Send resume, letter of intent, salary history and names, addresses and phone numbers of three professional references to santafe.jobs@sjc.edu.  Resume packets will be accepted until interviews begin.                                       


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Job Title:  Account Technician I

Role:    To support the financial management of the college through the performance of general, office management tasks. This includes providing clerical and administrative support to the Controller, Coordinator of Student Accounts and other accounting staff on an as needed basis. The position requires a high degree of adaptability and the ability to manage and prioritize several tasks at once.

Major Duties and Responsibilities:   Assists the Coordinator of Student Accounts with account resolution and collection issues including preparation and mailing of collection correspondence and follow‑up with students and parents. Performs general office management duties, including directing walk in traffic, answering phones, mailing, printing, filing, and retrieving documents. 0020Contacts other departments and or outside parties to resolve common problems.  Performs other duties as assigned.

Expectations:  To perform required duties with a high degree of accuracy and in a timely fashion.  To be professional and courteous in all interactions while representing the Business Office. To assist others within and outside the department as needed.

Supervision Received:  Controller

Supervision Given:  None

Compensation:   $15.28 per hour 

Status:  Contract, non-exempt, full-time – 35 hours per week

Knowledge and Skills: 

Experience:  Six months to two years of similar or related experience.

Education:  (1) A two year college degree or (2) Completion of a specialized course of study at a business or trade school or (3) Completion of a specialized and extensive in‑house training or apprenticeship program.

Interpersonal Skills:  Work normally involves contacts with persons beyond immediate associates generally regarding routine matters for purposes of giving or obtaining information which may require some discussion. Outside contacts take the form of service to the public (visitors or vendors) requiring ordinary courtesy in providing assistance and information.

Other Skills:  Must possess a basic understanding of accounting principles. Must be able to operate general office equipment including 10‑key calculator, and must possess experience with PC spreadsheet and word processing software, including mail merge applications. 

Send resume, letter of intent, salary history and names, addresses and phone numbers of three professional references to santafe.jobs@sjc.edu .  Resume packets will be accepted until interviews begin.

 

                                 

 

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