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VP for Enrollment Management, Marketing and Financial Aid

Enrollment
Full-time
40 hours/12 months
July 01, 2017

Summary

The Vice President for Enrollment Management, Marketing and Financial Aid provides strategic direction and leadership for the offices of admissions, marketing as it relates to enrollment, and financial aid.  This position represents a key leadership position as CIU seeks to expand its undergraduate, graduate, seminary and online enrollment. The Vice President is a member of the President’s Cabinet.

Responsibilities

  • Assume overall responsibility for the strategic development, implementation and tracking of CIU’s activities in student recruitment and enrollment
  • Coordinate marketing strategies and opportunities as they relate to enrollment
  • Streamline and improve the student life cycle experience from inquiry through registration to retention
  • Communicate and collaborate across departments to set and fulfill enrollment growth and marketing initiatives
  • Coordinate the development and execution of annual plans, performance goals and assessment plans for all reporting departments
  • Manage budgets and other related financial data
  • Research best practices to ensure the university’s enrollment goals are reached
  • Recruit and train student recruitment teams using best practices in order to ensure the enrollment goals are met according to the institutional strategic plan
  • Other duties as assigned

Qualifications

  • Willingness to abide by the Christian life standards outlined in the staff handbook
  • Strong organizational and supervisory skills
  • Knowledge of higher education, particularly biblical/theological education
  • Excellent interpersonal skills with demonstrated ability to work within team structure
  • Knowledge and proficiency in financial management in areas of budgeting and tuition management
  • Strong system and process thinking
  • Experience in market research and the ability to identify opportunities for new and/or revised programs
  • Master’s Degree, preferably including formal postsecondary study of marketing or related field and/or biblical/theological studies. Consideration will be given to non-Master’s Degree with significant experience in marketing, enrollment or other closely related field
  • Five years of experience in higher education or closely related field 

Regina Waschko

Waschko
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A photo of Regina Waschko, professor at CIU-Korntal
Professor

D.Min., Columbia International University

Regina Waschko is responsible for student support at CIU-Korntal (European School of Theology and Culture). She has been the Professor of (Member Care) since 2013. Regina served for over 8 years with SEND in the Philippines and later on as the member care provider for German-speaking SEND missionaries before joining the European School of Culture and Theology (ESCT) in 2009. 

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