Overview

The Admission Counselor is part of the team responsible for eective communication with prospective students, their families, school counselors, independent counselors and other external constituents, with the goal of enrolling students who are a good fit for Sterling College.
This Admission Counselor is responsible for the development and recruitment of Sterling’s Outdoor Education and Ecology majors, as well as general recruitment for the college.

Tagged as: Administrative Staff

Qualifications:

Requirements include:
● Bachelor’s degree;
● Excellent interpersonal, public speaking and writing abilities;
● Ability and willingness to work as part of team as well as independently;

Required Skills:

● Working knowledge of computer software (Google Apps, etc.) and database work generally;
● Working knowledge of social media;
● Valid driver’s license;
● Ability to participate in recruitment travel 6-8 weeks per year;
● Occasional evening and weekend hours;
● 2-3 years of recent College Admission experience pref

Preferred Skills:

see above

About Sterling College

Founded in 1958, the College was a pioneer of the idea that neither the narrow technician nor the uninformed idealist alone can address the issues facing humanity and is one of only nine federally recognized work colleges. Sterling’s transdisciplinary oriented faculty of 18 serves a student body of 125 residential students on its campus in Craftsbury Common, Vermont, and our instructional site in Port Royal, Kentucky. While the College is poised for growth in the number of programs and the population of students it serves, we are intentionally one of the smallest residential colleges in the nation and view our 7:1 student to faculty ratio and small classes as important strengths.

Application Instructions

Please submit a resume, cover letter, and information for three references as a single PDF document to [email protected] References will not be contacted without candidate permission. Position remains open until filled.