Waynflete seeks to fill the position of Associate Dean of Admission who reports directly to the Dean of Admission and works with admission officers, faculty, and current and prospective families from a broad range of backgrounds.
Specific responsibilities include initiating and maintaining contact with prospective families, coordinating visits and interviews, database management, research and reporting, and managing the daily operations of the Admission Office, including clerical support. Strong technology skills, including word processing and spreadsheets (MS Office), and database management are a necessity. Additional duties and projects are assigned by the Dean of Admission. Experience in an Independent School admission office is preferred.
Qualifications: The Office of Admission seeks an energetic, motivated individual with excellent interpersonal skills, the ability to handle and process high-volume, time-sensitive information, superior organization abilities and attention to detail, strong computer literacy and database management proficiency. Applicants should have a B.A. degree. The Associate Dean of Admission must also possess a sense of humor, a commitment to independent education and the energy to participate in a fast-paced office environment. This is a full-time, year-round position. In addition to regular office hours, periodic evening and weekend work is expected. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.
Waynflete is committed to building a diverse community of students, faculty, and staff. Send letter of interest, resume, and contact info for three professional references in one PDF attachment to: Tarah Frederick, HR Assistant, at firstname.lastname@example.org. If available, letters of recommendation are also appreciated. No phone calls, please. Applications will be reviewed immediately and accepted until the position is filled.
About Waynflete School
Located in Portland, Maine, Waynflete School is an independent day school providing education from early childhood through grade 12. Combining high expectations with playful exploration, where commitment to community and respect for individuality go hand-in-hand, students are encouraged to develop a love for learning that can last a lifetime.