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  • ADir, Admissions/Outreach, Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine (Athens, OH)

    The Assistant Director for Admissions & Outreach is responsible for managing regional recruitment and targeted population (underrepresented and underserved) recruitment of medical students to the Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine.

    The Assistant Director for Admissions & Outreach makes strategic decisions about related marketing and outreach to target populations including the marketing, management and execution of the annual Summer Scholars pathway program.

    The Assistant Director is responsible for managing Early Assurance Program (EAP) partnership agreements, the applicant and participant database, reporting longitudinal and short-term outcomes, and ongoing evaluation of the EAP.

    This position will collaborate closely with the Assistant Director of Inclusion on the Athens campus in the recruitment and matriculation of Post-baccalaureate and PreMatriculation students and would assist the Senior Director of Admissions in the development, implementation, and evaluation of rural pathway programs.

    Primary Responsibilities:

    • Responsible for the admissions, recruitment, and outreach efforts for prospective students who meet the institutional and societal mission of the Heritage College
    • Arranges and manages individual student and group tours of the Heritage College Athens campus.
    • Create, execute, and manage recruitment initiatives focused on underrepresented minority students and other target populations.
    • Serve as a liaison with Ohio University undergraduate premedical population.

    • Coordinate semi-annual meetings with all EAP students (up to 80 total undergraduate students in a given year) online or on their campus.
    • Responsible for managing and marketing all aspects of the Early Assurance Program (EAP) which currently affiliates the Heritage College with six undergraduate institutions in the state of Ohio.
    • Collaborates on recruitment and outreach activities of Dublin and Cleveland Assistant Directors of Admissions and Outreach with respect to the Heritage College obligations outlined in partnership agreements.
    • Schedule and execute check-in sessions for Ohio University and Shawnee State EAP participants during the academic year to assess academic performance and general well-being.

    • Collaborate with the Office of Inclusion to support the Post Baccalaureate and PreMatriculation programs. Serves as a member of the Summer Programs Planning Committee.

    Minimum Qualifications
    • Master’s Degree in student personnel, education, higher education administration, organizational management, communications, or related field. An equivalent combination of education and experience will be considered in lieu of the master’s degree requirement.
    • 5 years of work related experience
    • Occasional travel necessary