Dean for Admissions and Marketing
Responsible for enrollment management with direct oversight of Marketing, Recruitment, Admissions, International Admissions, Decision Support for Graduate Admissions, Non-degree Admissions, Admissions Technology, and Partnerships.
Review, evaluate, and write university policies and procedures; liaise with faculty and staff, providing recommendations for performance improvement measures and training.
Develop and implement goals, objectives, policies, procedures, establish budgets, services, and staffing levels.
Develop an overarching enrollment strategy and a comprehensive strategic enrollment management plan for the university’s undergraduate, master’s, and doctoral programs.
Responsible for strategic planning, selection, supervision, and development of personnel.
Lead a process that is technologically and strategically advanced, as well as responsive to individual students.
Articulate an effective, proactive, and accountable communication approach with internal audiences, administrative offices and faculty, and external audiences, including prospective students and their families.
Routinely analyze data to shape strategic direction; regularly reassess the effectiveness of CIHS's recruitment activities and initiatives while making appropriate adjustments to lead an effort that is continuously proactive and responsive to market forces and institutional priorities.
Attract students to CIHS academic degree programs, public programs, and community events.
Create, direct, and implement admissions strategies.
Promote the University and its programs locally, regionally, nationally, and internationally.
Develop admissions strategies by contributing information, analyses, and recommendations, and establish functional objectives in line with organizational objectives.
Develop admissions operational strategies by evaluating trends; establishing critical measurements; determining student-centered strategies; designing systems; accumulating resources; resolving problems; and implementing change.
Promote the university and attract new students by maintaining working relationships with other institutions and organizations; work closely with the alumni office and CIHS publications.
Maintain the continuing flow of quality applicants and transfers to the University by analyzing trends in enrollment and marketing activities; lead activities to continue effective programs; modify current programs, and present new recruiting strategies.
Welcome prospective students to the campus in periodic open houses.
Oversee the general marketing of the institute as a whole, in an integrated manner.
Develop and implement proper policies and procedures related to Admissions and Enrollment Planning at the university, including Satisfactory Academic Progress SAP policies, compliant with Accreditation standards.
Develop and implement the university’s student information system.
Implement and oversee the university’s Title IV application, and processes.
Provide critical and essential internal and external reporting, assessment, and benchmarking to support the needs of the university.
Prepare state, federal, university, and student accountability and compliance reports according to documented requirements.
Assist with the development of, and data support for program evaluations and self-studies.
Establish and administer processes for preparing special reports in response to inquiries from university leadership, faculty, and staff.
Dean for Student Success
The Dean For Student Success develops, monitors and promotes student wellness, success strategies, advising services and programs to increase persistence, retention and academic success for all students. This position addresses students’ needs to ensure academic/life balance and wellness awareness, and serves as an intermediary between students and the Administration, for distance education students and on campus learners.
Serve as a primary contact, liaison, and advocate for CIHS students.
Work directly with students to develop and implement advising services and programs that ensure and enhance student life and wellness.
Formulate, review, and be responsible for the currency of policies directly related to students, including the Student Handbook, and grievance policies and procedures.
Ensure that student grievances and student concerns are addressed according to the policies and procedures.
Develop new student orientation materials and implement new student orientation meetings.
Work closely with deans and the university community to offer co-curricular activities that support student development, academic achievement, and the university’s vision, mission, and values.
Oversee co-curriuclar assessment and improvement activities, to include development or assessment tools, collection, analysis, and reporting of results; and implementing action plans for continuous quality improvement.
Prepare WSCUC accreditation-related reports regarding student life.
Produces campus communications to address student needs and services.
Ensure compliance with CIHS’ mission and principles, as well as WSCUC and U.S. higher education best practices for accreditation.
Serve on the President’s Institutional Effectiveness Committee, and administrative team.
Produce a monthly report to the President, and the IEC.
Serve as a liaison between the President and student organizations, such as the Student Advisory Senate.
Remote Option Available
Director of Outcomes Assessment and Institutional Research
Design, collection, analysis, presentation, and communication of demographic and academic data about the Institute in particular as well as the trends in higher education in general.
Design and collection of data required for the Institute’s internal program reviews, strategic planning, CA BPPE, and WASC accreditation.
Provide leadership for course and program learning assessments activities; Complete institutional and programmatic assessment reports.
Participate in institutional effectiveness discussions to guide continuous quality improvements.
Assist faculty and administrators on professional development opportunities in topics related to best practices in institutional research and outcomes assessment.
Coordination, collection, and analysis of data for assessment of practices and activities related to the CIHS strategic plan, academic plan, diversity and inclusion metrics, and other initiatives
Responding to requests for data and reports from academic departments, and central offices, in collaboration with CIHS faculty and staff.
Coordination, implementation, and analysis of student, faculty, staff, and alumni surveys.
Increasing the institutional research capacity at CIHS by creating formal and informal professional development opportunities regarding survey design, data collection and analysis, and assessment.
Participation in and contribution to institutional and academic assessment practices and initiatives to advance institutional effectiveness and improvement, especially for WASC accreditation.
Remote Option Available