Posted: August 3, 2021
Summary of Position
The Assistant Director of Admissions is an entry-level professional position. The Assistant Director will perform a wide range of applicant recruitment, evaluation, and yield activities in furtherance of the College of Law’s JD and non-JD enrollment goals.
- JD and non-JD recruiting activities, including: meeting with applicants and admitted students to cultivate interest in UF Law and answer questions about the application process; coordinating admissions activities of College of Law’s Levin Ambassadors program and assisting with Ambassador selection, scheduling, training, and supervision; communicating with prospective students, applicants, and admitted students using a variety of media; and coordinating alumni, student, and faculty matching programs.
- Conceptualize and plan on-campus and virtual recruitment events in coordination with College of Law events team; represent UF Law at occasional off-campus recruiting events, including LSAC Forums, college fairs, panel discussions, and private visits nationwide.
- Review applications for admission according to established parameters and make recommendations for admission and scholarship awards to Associate Director and Assistant Dean.
- Assist with administrative and clerical tasks as necessary
The College of Law is rapidly changing and evolving. All staff members are expected to assist with other duties as needed, including duties throughout the entire law school campus.
How to Apply
Full position description and link to apply can be found here: https://explore.jobs.ufl.edu/en-us/job/517612/ast-dir-admissions
In order to be considered, you must upload a cover letter, resume and three references.