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January 16, 2019
Assistant Director of Admissions
The Assistant Director of Admission position is a twelve-month, full-time, administrative position that reports directly to the Director of Admission.

Cathedral School seeks a compassionate, thoughtful, enthusiastic, and detail-oriented educator to serve as at a leading Bay Area school. This candidate must possess excellent written and oral communication skills and be eager to learn, collaborate, and connect with boys ages 4-14 and the adults who love them. Energy, commitment to the Schoolís Mission, and a sense of humor are essential to the job.

Professional Attributes:
The candidate should...
Be compassionate, thoughtful, enthusiastic, and detail oriented
Be committed to Cathedralís mission of diversity and welcoming to all people
Be service-oriented
Possess excellent written and oral communicate skills
Be able to collaborate and support the teaching faculty
Be eager to work with boys 4-14 and their families
Be discrete
Be willing to work evenings and weekends
Be flexible and nimble when the unexpected inevitably happens
Possess a working knowledge of admissions onboarding software

Manage admissions onboarding software (Blackbaudís OnBoard)
Manage all applications
Run reports
Manage online application process, trouble shooting for families when necessary
Respond to all email and phone questions from families
Coordinate events, on-campus and off-campus
Conduct student screenings
Manage Cathedral outreach
Coordinate outreach to underrepresented communities
Maintain and develop relationships with SMART, AIM High, ABC, and other community organizations
Maintain and develop relationships with local public elementary schools
Run Cathedral Community Scholars program
Identify schools, community centers, and churches where we can build relationships
Identify prospective candidates, and cultivate relationships with them and their families
Support candidates through the application process

Experience and Education:
Bachelors required; Masterís desired
3-5 years' experience working in Admissions or Development, or teaching, or degree in education
Event planning experience is very helpful
Conversational Spanish or Cantonese is very helpful
Tara Boland
[email protected]

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