University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill — Assistant Director, Office of Undergraduate Admissions

The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill seeks a creative, committed, and clear-minded professional to serve as the Assistant Director in the Office of Undergraduate Admissions. This admissions officer will counsel students, parents, and counselors about admission to Carolina; represent the university at both on-campus and regional events; collaborate with others to develop and implement innovative methods of recruiting talented students; read applications and serve as a voting member of the admissions committee; and perform other administrative duties as assigned.

Four to six weeks of travel will be required, as will work beyond the traditional 40-hour week. Successful candidates will demonstrate an ability to solve problems; think critically; work well with colleagues, students, parents, and educators; and speak and write clearly and persuasively.

As full partners in the University’s academic enterprise, successful candidates will also demonstrate a strong commitment to Carolina’s mission and a keen interest in the identification and recruitment of a diverse and exceptionally talented student body.

We offer competitive compensation, a cordial and interesting working environment, and a chance to make a difference in one of the best universities in the country. We also offer Chapel Hill, a place widely known for its friendly atmosphere and generally high quality of life.

To apply, please submit a resume, three references, and a cover letter that explains in detail why you are interested in the position and how your experiences and achievements have prepared you to excel in it. These materials should be submitted electronically using the following link by the April 28, 2017 application deadline:

The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to age, color, disability, gender, gender expression, gender identity, genetic information, national origin, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, or status as a protected veteran.