Associate Director of Enrollment Services

Bellingham Technical College   Bellingham, WA   Full-time     Education
Posted on April 2, 2024
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Bellingham Technical College (BTC) invites applications for one full-time professional exempt position as an Associate Director of Enrollment Services.  This is an exempt, non-represented position, is Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) exempt from overtime and is at-will. This position reports to the Executive Director of Enrollment Services and is anticipated to start in July 2024.

Under the general direction of the Executive Director of Enrollment Services, oversee admissions and enrollment activities within the institution. Work collaboratively with faculty and other BTC employees to refine existing and develop new admissions and enrollment policies and practices. Help coordinate customer services within the Enrollment Services Department and assist with student transcript evaluation for prerequisite and transfer credit and assessment test waivers to facilitate the enrollment of students. Manage strategic and special projects to better coordinate service delivery cross-functionally in Enrollment Services. Oversee and provide support for Enrollment Services activities and functions as needed.

Required minimum qualifications include Bachelor’s degree at time of hire; AND At least three years of full-time experience in academic/career or counseling, case management; OR an equivalent combination of education, to include two years of recent professional experience that provides the applicant with knowledge and skills to meet the following expectations: Provide effective support to a diverse student population; Support equitable and ethical practices in admissions decisions; Successfully manage frequent interruptions to work, requests for updates, and requests for data; Prioritize and meet a variety of deadlines; Evaluate college transcripts to award credit; Supervise employees. In additional, Knowledge of and experience in addressing matters such as, but not limited to: recruiting and retaining diverse students; creating welcoming environments for all people of color, members of the LGBTQ+ community, non-native English speakers, immigrants, and people of varying abilities; addressing inequities and conflicts related to race, power, white privilege, institutional racism, and implicit bias; Demonstrated computer skills in developing and maintaining spreadsheets, data base entry and management; development of promotional materials, and correspondence.

Salary is $6,558 per.   The position will be expected to work onsite full-time with possibility of some flexible remote work.

Position receives 8 hours per month of sick leave, 16 hours per month of vacation leave, 24 hours of personal leave and 12 paid state/college holidays per calendar year. Benefits also include a Washington State insurance package including medical, dental, vision, life insurance, and long-term disability; a retirement benefits package, with choice between the Public Employees Retirement System (PERS) Plan 3 or the State Board Retirement Plan (SBRP) 401A plan TIAA.  

Additional optional benefits include ability to participate in a medical Flexible Spending plan, Limited Purpose Flexible Spending plan, or Health Savings Account; Dependent Care Assistance; discounts for automobile and homeowner insurance, tuition waiver; two voluntary investment (not matched) programs - TIAA (403b) or the State Deferred Compensation (457) plan.   Employee Assistance Program (EAP); up to 21 days of military leave; up to 5 days of paid bereavement leave, paid civil/jury duty, ability to participate in a shared leave program; and up to 2 days of unpaid holiday for reasons of faith or conscience.

BTC is committed to creating and maintaining a welcoming campus that supports diversity, promotes a sense of community, provides an effective work and learning environment, and encourages respect for individuals.  As an Equal Opportunity employer, BTC values diversity and aims to recruit employees that reflect the diverse backgrounds of our community, including ethnicity, national origin, religion, race, gender, gender identity, age, status as a veteran or disabled veteran, disability, and sexual orientation. The successful candidate will be expected to establish a successful and supportive learning environment for a diverse college student population with a wide-range of backgrounds and experiences.  

Priority consideration by 5 p.m. PST April 24, 2024.  AA/EOE