Loyola University Chicago
Chicago, IL, USA
Duties and Responsibilities
Works collaboratively with the Associate Director of Admission to: 1. Travel to appropriate local high schools and community based organizations to recruit students for the program. Establishes relationships for the purpose of developing a sustainable flow of students to Arrupe College. Individual will be required to attend college fairs, high school visits and other appropriate recruitment events. 2. Execute a comprehensive recruitment plan designed to meet university enrollment goals, focusing on all phases of the recruitment funnel including; prospect development, admission and yield activities. 3. Serve as supervisor for the student ambassador program which includes recruitment, training and support for appropriate yield events. 4. Execute all phases of student file review including making timely admission decisions within the overall guidelines set forth by the Office of Admission. 5. Execute appropriate yield and admission activities which include open houses, admission interview days, and Arrupe Night. 6. Works in collaboration with the Office of Student Success to ensure successful enrollment including completion of the summer orientation program. 7. Performs related duties as assigned or required.
Minimum education and/or work experience
Bachelor’s degree in related field, with one year of related experience. Licenses: Valid driver’s license
- Proficiency in Spanish preferred - Experience in university admissions preferred. - Excellent interpersonal skills, written and verbal communication and presentation skills. - Ability to form effective working relationships. - Ability to articulate the values and mission of a Jesuit institution. - Must be a team player who has the ability to adapt to a dynamic environment.
Certificates / Credentials / Licenses
Must have a valid driver’s license.
- Proficiency with word processing, spreadsheet and presentation software (MS Office Suite). - Ability to learn and effectively use Slate by Technolutions, Docfinity and PeopleSoft.
Loyola University Chicago
Loyola University Chicago, East Pearson Street, Chicago, IL, USA
Duties and Responsibilities
Responsible for utilizing web applications to engage and communicate with alumni and friends of the University. This includes designing, creating, and editing web pages – including donation and event registration pages; designing, creating, and sending email communications to alumni and friends of the University; and testing, debugging, documenting, and implementing these web applications. The Senior Web Analyst is the primary supervisor for all iModules and Cvent web assets throughout Advancement, and is responsible for gathering and analyzing business requirements to fully leverage the capabilities of these tools.
• Manage the design and creation of online event registrations, online donation pages, websites, microsites, survey forms, and email invitations for the Advancement Division.
• Supervise the design of Advancement email communications – ensuring adherence to email best practices, and that the emails display properly in major email clients and on mobile devices.
• Serve as Advancement’s primary administrator and subject matter expert for iModules and Cvent – delivering training to technical and non-technical end users, and managing the security settings of the systems.
• Edit and optimize images for use online, cropping and resizing as necessary.
• Strategically guide the Advancement Division in the review and acquisition of technologies that help achieve web-based constituent engagement goals.
• Manage the Advancement Intranet and development of web submission forms and online documentation.
• Partner with colleagues in Information Technology Services and Finance to ensure that PCI compliance is maintained and that credit card refunds are executed as appropriate.
• Manage the development of web and email templates that can be easily used and modified by non-technical staff.
• Inform the business rules that govern the data feeds between Advancement Division’s on-line (iModules and Cvent) and off-line (Ellucian Advance) databases.
• Perform other duties as assigned.
Minimum Education/Work Experience
Bachelor’s degree required. Strong knowledge in utilizing web-based communication tools, and in writing and editing. A minimum of 5 years of related experience.
Responsible for utilizing web applications to engage and communicate with alumni and friends of the University. This includes designing, creating, and editing web pages – including donation and event registration pages; designing, creating, and sending email communications to alumni and friends of the University; and testing, debugging, documenting, and implementing these web applications. The Senior Web Analyst is the primary supervisor for all iModules and Cvent web assets throughout Advancement, and is responsible for gathering and analyzing business requirements to fully leverage the capabilities of these tools. Experience supervising staff is preferred.
Loyola University Chicago
Loyola University Water Tower Campus, East Pearson Street, Chicago, IL, USA
Duties and Responsibilities:
The Director, Special Events will be responsible for overseeing all aspects related to the creation, coordination and execution of annual fundraising events, recognition events, cultivation and some university wide events, with a focus on the annual Founder’s Dinner, Stritch School of Medicine Annual Awards Dinner, and Commencement ceremonies. This includes securing sponsorship, participant recruitment, volunteer involvement, team building, marketing, budget, timelines, evaluation and logistics. Most of the events are alumni-based and entail partnering with the Alumni Relations department and others within Advancement; however the department also serves on a consulting basis to many other divisions within the University, including the Office of the President. The director will be responsible for embracing and promoting the University’s Jesuit Catholic mission and identity. Responsibilities: - Works together with other members of the events team, meets or exceeds annual revenue goals associated with fundraising events. - Manages a Special Events team that consists of three professional staff and student workers. - Manages all aspects of event execution, including volunteer recruitment, e-communications, timeline and effective strategy for a successful event. - Oversees all event solicitations. Oversees budget and logistics preparation. Works closely with a variety of vendors and venues as necessary. - Develops annual expense and revenue budget projections and help define corresponding strategies for overall event programs. - Oversees and manages event project timelines. Monitors and prepares ongoing event progress reports. Evaluates event results and prepares recommendations for future events as needed. - Cultivates relationships and effectively engages volunteers. Works with the Development team to cultivate event attendees. - Works closely with a variety of constituents, including but not limited to, University senior leadership, Board of Trustees, university and division colleagues, internal university partners, and external friends of the university. - Works with the University Marketing and Communications department in the creation of special events promotional materials. - Completes special projects as assigned by the Vice President of Advancement.
Minimum Education and/or Work Experience:
The candidate must have a baccalaureate degree and at least four-ten years of professional event planning experience and with managerial experience.
- Demonstrated success in external relationship management and securing event revenue targets. - Demonstrated success in planning and managing large scale fundraising events. - Possess excellent project management skills. - Able to communicate (verbal and written) and work effectively with volunteers and staff - Able to manage details and follow through with a minimum amount of direct supervision; - Superb organizational skills and attention to detail. - Experience in relationship cultivation. - Computer proficiency. - Flexibility to work occasional irregular hours, including evenings and weekends. Must hold a valid driver’s license. - Ability to travel occasionally. - Ability to lift and carry 25 lbs. (event supplies) - Ability to embrace, promote and articulate the University’s Jesuit Catholic identity. - Must possess the presence, stature and interpersonal skills to work effectively with Board, staff and funders. - Willingness to roll-up sleeves to do whatever is necessary to ensure the success of the organization. - Strong presentation skills and proficient in Word, Excel, PowerPoint and proficient in Advance or similar donor database.
Special Instructions to Applicants
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion (except where religion is a bona fide occupational qualification for the job), national origin, sex, age, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, or protected veteran status and will not be discriminated against on the basis of disability.