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Reports To:President
Salary Range:Full-time, exempt position

  • Develops implements and executes an aggressive admissions marketing communications plan including appropriate recruitment activities and on-campus recruitment events;
  • Mentor and train staff members; inspire new thinking, confidence and high standards of performance and teamwork. Manage with an eye towards professional development, transparency and staff engagement with individual and team goals, and hold people accountable for their performance; 
  • Manage counselor recruitment travel, including the strategic analysis of potential new territories and areas for outreach.
  • Manage and develop meaningful targeted relationships with private (independent) schools nation-wide along with all Vermont secondary schools in order to recruit focused, action orientated students;
  • Cultivate and maintain relationships with a wide range of cross-campus colleagues and students as well as high school, community college, and independent counselors, alumni, and friends of GMC to achieve enrollment goals, and build brand awareness;
  • Execute annual search process, including analysis of data to determine most efficient use of search dollars, name-buying, and development of search communication and timing;
  • Work closely with the Killington School of Resort Management/staff and athletic department/coaches in helping them reach enrollment goals;
  • Prepare and develop enrollment projection reports and issue a weekly progress report on the results of all recruitment efforts;
  • Coordinate an effective and timely admissions application process; implement best-practice in online admissions, document management, and application review processes; develop and implement admissions policies and procedures and standard data reporting;
  • Work directly with the Communications staff to create and sustain a consistent value message that all members of the GMC community will use when recruiting; and assist in the promotion the College;
  • Work with the Director of Student Financial Services to develop, implement and adjust an annual student financial aid awarding plan;

  • Understanding of advanced practices and ethics of staff development and student recruitment, including a thorough knowledge of Web- based approaches to academic marketing.
  • Five or more years in progressive roles in admissions/recruitment or related higher education setting and experience in management and motivation of professional staff are required.
  • Strong analytical, written, public speaking and presentation skills are required
  • Skilled in building a viable prospect pool and strategically managing all actions through matriculation are essential.
  • Must be willing to work flexible and extended schedule; days, evenings, weekends as needed. Applicants must have a valid driver's license.


Reports To:Director of Undergraduate Admissions
Salary Range:Full-time, exempt position

  • Assist in planning and implementing the student recruitment plan for undergraduate programs
  • Initiate and continuously carry out academic sales function
  • Coordinate external and internal recruiting/academic marketing efforts of the College; assume responsibility for planning, coordinating and supervising specific programs or projects, as assigned.
  • Provide superior, differentiated service in corresponding and/or meeting with prospective students, applicants, their families, and others seeking information on admission standards, academic and non- academic programs and student activities; travel as necessary for receptions, forums and corporate presentations to enhance recruitment efforts
  • Responsible for managing an active portfolio of prospects and applicants with an expected seated undergraduate Fall class of 65 and 20 in the Spring
  • Participate in daily, evening and weekend phone, text and email campaigns in both fall and spring
  • Analyze qualifications of prospective students utilizing established admissions standards, guidelines and criteria, reviewing unusual circumstances with Director as appropriate

  • Bachelor’s degree required in marketing, communications, hospitality or related field – admissions experience helpful but not necessary
  • Excellent telephone and verbal communication skills
  • Interpersonal skills including questioning, listening and showing concern and respect for others
  • Self-starter who can work independently
  • Presentation skills
  • Commitment to the success of the students and the College
  • Ability to travel and work evenings and weekends


Position Title:Instructional Technology and Design / Curriculum Design
This is a full-time, grant-funded position with an expected term of three years, starting August 1, 2015.
Department:Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning (CETL)
Reports To:Director of the Center for Teaching and Learning
Salary Range:Full-time, exempt position

  • Consult with faculty and Activity Director on design, pedagogy, technology infusion, classroom upgrades, and the implementation and evaluation of courses;
  • Design and provide faculty development activities related to teaching and learning using differentiated instructional techniques and enhanced instruction employing technology; collaborate with faculty to incorporate a variety of instructional tools, including lecture capture, third party learning tools, classroom activities, and course assessment;
  • Collaborate in the development of instructional assessment tools and procedures, interpret data, and recommend procedures for effective instruction;
  • Explore and evaluate new technologies, open educational resources, and materials and techniques for their applicability to educational uses.

    • A master's degree, Ph.D. preferred, in instructional design, curriculum design, assessment, education, or a related field;
    • A solid background in and experience using relevant instructional hardware and software, including Moodle, classroom-based technologies, and hybrid and online systems;
    • A minimum of 2 years of experience in applied course design at the post-secondary level; experience teaching at the college level desired;
    • Experience creating and implementing professional development activities for faculty;
    • Demonstrated leadership and strong interpersonal and communication skills.


    Green Mountain College, an innovative liberal arts college with a sustainability focus, seeks an assistant registrar. The assistant registrar reports directly to the registrar and director of institutional research and is responsible for collecting and processing of grades, updating and maintaining student files and transcripts, enrollment verifications, as well as being the main contact for information and/or service. We seek a detail-oriented person who is customer-service focused, and has excellent communication skills.

    This is a full-time, 12 month position. Compensation is commensurate with experience.

    Green Mountain offers a supportive environment that values and encourages professional growth and contributions. To apply, please send a cover letter, resume, and contact information of 3 references to: Janie Evans, Director of Human Resources, at Review of applications begins immediately and continues until the position is filled.

    Green Mountain College is committed to increasing diversity among campus employees and is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Qualified minority and female applicants are encouraged to respond.

    If you believe that you meet the above qualifications, please submit a resume to Janie Evans in the Human Resource Department:
    Fax: 802-287-8327. Email:, Mail: GMC, 1 Brennan Circle, Poultney, VT 05764

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