Full-Time Senior Staff Admissions Coordinator – Ekurhuleni
The Admissions Coordinator plays an important role in the admissions team by providing administrative support for all aspects of the admissions procedure, including but not limited to the application, the recruiting of prospective students, and the enrollment of those students. The person in this position answers to the School’s Director of Admissions. The admissions coordinator is the person prospective students should talk to about the application process in general. The duties of the Admissions Coordinator include daily correspondence with prospective students and their families, application processing and review, enrollment of accepted students, management of on-campus audition logistics and paperwork, administrative support for other programs (non-resident DMA applicants, dossier service), and assistance with other tasks and projects as assigned by the Director of Admissions.
Job Title : Senior Staff Admissions Coordinator
Location : Ekurhuleni, Ekurhuleni, South Africa
Salary : $ 36.97 per hour.
Company : AMR Corporation
Job Type : Full-Time
- establishing connections with career counselors and pre-pharmacy association advisors to promote inquiries and applications from prospective students.
- leadership and management of administrative, office, and program tasks. develops, selects, implements, and coordinates workplace procedures and systems. instructors, employees, and students rely on it as their primary reference for office policies, procedures, and programs.
- supplies information for recruitment reports and advice for boosting recruitment efforts.
- Responds to inquiries from prospective, recently admitted, and current students. Informs recently admitted students about significant forthcoming activities or events (e.g., deadlines for required documentation, information about pre-orientation and general orientation, etc.).
- Assistance with editorial tasks for a publication. Performs a final check of the text for spelling, grammar, and factual accuracy. Monitors the progress of text through its many iterations of editing and production. Discusses publication details with authors, printers, and others.
- Arrangements for travel are being coordinated. There is planning and coordination of get-togethers. Manages the ordering and stockpiling of necessary materials. Either a few quick minutes, or a dictation, is all that’s needed. Completes extra tasks that aren’t directly related to office work.
- Creates correspondence, reports, manuscripts, grant applications, and other written work by formatting, typing, proofreading, and editing it. connects the appropriate materials and attachments. The completeness, dates, and signatures of sent-out documents are reviewed. organizes and composes written and spoken communication of substance.
- Manages the work of support workers by providing direction, coaching, and coordination. Manages the creation of funding requests, agreements, and spending plans. Manages money by recording expenditures and checking them against bank statements.
- encourages others to come and visit. The company screens and answers all calls. examines the character of the company. provides help and answers questions asked by customers. reads mail and provides feedback.
- specifies the infrastructure, facilities, and technology needs for hosting meetings, presentations, and other events such as conferences, lectures, seminars, and symposia. pulls together and stores all of the necessary materials. controls which data are used. Data mining, combination, and manipulation. after summarizing the findings, the author drafts reports or sections of reports.
- superior qualities in working with others and satisfying customers. skill in an administrative support role that has been proven.
- Superb oral and written communication skills. Intermediate to advanced skill with Microsoft Word, Excel, and Outlook.
- Excellent analytical skills, proficiency with complicated databases and spreadsheets, and meticulous attention to detail are required.
- The ability to collaborate with others and contribute to a diverse workplace through ideas or experience.
- a related bachelor’s degree and one year of relevant job experience