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DIRECTOR OF ADMISSIONS AND MARKETING
Oliverian School is actively searching for a dynamic, self-motivated, experienced professional to join our team as the Director of Admissions and Marketing.
The Director of Admissions and Marketing will have the opportunity to work remotely but must be available to spend time at Oliverian to be an active part of the school culture.
Our new Director of Admissions and Marketing must be experienced in the therapeutic care community. They should be able to effectively communicate the Oliverian experience to both families and referring professionals. In addition, they must be familiar with clinical reports and diagnoses in order to properly vet potential students and build a healthy Oliverian community.
Managing all admissions activities from initial request to student arrival.
Communicating the Oliverian culture to the therapeutic care community and referring professional. This includes travel (conferences, tours and targeted marketing trips) as appropriate.
Supervise and delegate responsibilities to Admissions and Marketing Team.
Support non-profit board with development goals.
Work closely with the Head of School, Oliverian Board of Directors, and Leadership Team to provide excellent services at Oliverian.
5 years experience with marketing and admissions.
Master’s degree required in clinical focus.
Ability to work independently & communicate clearly.
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