Assistant Director of Recruitment
The CIMBA Italy program at the University of Iowa is hiring an Assistant Director of Recruitment. The Assistant Director of Recruitment performs all the operations within the recruiting and marketing functions for both the undergraduate and graduate CIMBA Italy study abroad programs. The activities include, but are not limited to, designing, coordinating, and evaluating recruitment and marketing activities and assisting in the planning and budgeting of such activities. Pre-departure support, advice, and orientations for accepted students are also provided by this position. The position requires travel (about 30% of the time) to consortium schools to execute recruitment events, including presentations, fairs, and meetings with advisors, students, professors, and administrators. As a key part of the team that each student interacts with, this position plays a critical role in every student's experience and supports the CIMBA program's culture of personalized attention. In addition, skills in utilizing social media sites such as Twitter and Facebook for recruitment are needed.
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