Admissions Officer

Admissions Officer

Brockton School: Inspiring the Growth of Outstanding Humans. 

Imagine working at a school where every student matters, every family matters, community matters, and learning for life matters. Imagine a school where priority is given to the holistic development of students, alongside a robust academic and extended day program; a school where faculty and staff engage a sense of purpose within a supportive environment. Imagine a place where there is genuine support and engagement from an authentic and diverse community – a community that has the courage to embrace the innovation and creativity needed for the future. Imagine Brockton School! 

Brockton School is a nondenominational coeducational Junior Kindergarten to Grade 12, independent school, located in North Vancouver, British Columbia. As an IB World Continuum School, Brockton offers the Primary Years, Middle Years, Diploma, and Career-Related programmes (one of a handful of schools around the globe with such innovative programming). 

Brockton School is not only a place of employment, it is a place of purpose. 

Faculty and Staff receive healthy and competitive compensation packages and have the joy of working with low staff:student ratios in a supportive, innovative, and collaborative environment. Brockton prioritizes ongoing professional development and supports staff on their own personal/professional journey. Brockton’s mission is to inspire the growth of outstanding humans – and that includes inspiring the continual growth of our faculty and staff.  

If you are looking to be a part of something special, to be in a place where your voice will be heard and your impact valued, to be in a role that will allow you to make a meaningful difference in the lives of others with multiple opportunities for advancement, please see the opportunity below. 

Please note that applicants must already have legal standing to work in British Columbia. Criminal Record Check clearance is a condition of initial and ongoing employment.

The following position is available for expressions of interest:

ADMISSIONS OFFICER  – Full Time

Job Summary: 

The Admissions Officer will help us in our mission “to inspire the growth of outstanding humans.” As part of the administrative team, the Admissions/Enrollment Officer will play a key role in supporting our Admission and Enrollment processes by ensuring an effective process with prospective families, applicants, re-enrolling families, and supporting numerous admissions/enrollment and other advancement related processes, activities, and events. 

The Admissions Officer will report to the Director – Admissions, and have considerable interface with many parts of the Brockton staff and community, including Administrative Staff, Marketing & Communications, Community Engagement and Development (Advancement), the Business Office, Brockton Faculty, our Parent and Student Community, as well as many External Stakeholders.

 

PRIMARY DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES & ACCOUNTABILITIES

  • Communicate promptly and effectively with prospective parent inquiries and assists all families as they navigate the online inquiry-admissions-enrollment processes
  • Support all admissions, enrollment and re-enrollment processes including written correspondence and required follow-up
  • Create, schedule, and maintain booking calendars –  campus tours, discovery calls, parent interviews, assessments, etc.
  • Coordinate interviews and follow-up process with applicant families
  • Ensure required admissions and enrollment documents are received, accurate, and complete
  • Ensure admission and enrollment files are accurate and compliant with BC Ministry of Education and associated requirements
  • Maintain admissions and enrollment data
  • Work with the Registrar and IT Data Manager to export data within the admissions and enrollment system and other databases such as the School Information System
  • Support data reporting within the Admissions and Enrollment database system for use of stakeholders across departments
  • Maintain required Residency/Visa documents and expiration dates, and create enrollment letters for follow-up if required
  • Support  the planning and execution of admissions events including tours, orientations, receptions, open houses, and assessment & interview sessions
  • Manage the Buddy Family program, Student Ambassador, and Parent Ambassador Programs
  • Assign House Teams for incoming students
  • Manage team drive for Admissions/Enrollment documents ensuring files are organized and available to all stakeholders
  • Work collaboratively with Marketing, Communications, and Community Development
  • Develop innovative strategies for the attraction, retention, and enrollment plans in coordination with the Advancement team

 

QUALIFICATIONS/EXPERIENCE/SKILLS

  • Experience in Administration preferably with Admissions experience
  • Knowledge of Independent Schools is an asset
  • Strong administrative, data management, and computer skills
  • Experience with database software an asset (as well as a demonstrated aptitude to learn)
  • Excellent communication, customer service, and interpersonal skills 
  • High attention to detail and ability to meet timelines and prioritize
  • Ability to adapt well to change
  • Ability to take initiative, work independently, and collaborate to be part of a team
  • Sound judgement and professional demeanor
  • May be required to work additional hours, including some evenings and Saturdays
  • Interest in being a part of a dynamic and visionary IB school community

 

Please submit a cover letter followed by a resume as one attachment (MS Word or PDF format) and quote the position of interest in the subject line of your email:  [email protected]. This posting will remain open for applicants until successfully filled.

We thank all candidates for their applications; however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

 

 

 

 

To apply for this job please visit brocktonschool.com.

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