Part-time, BJU, Inc., Benefitted

Student Recruiter Coordinator

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Position Summary: This position is vital to our recruiting efforts and has a huge impact on our recruiting numbers. Manage the hiring, training, scheduling, education, and work responsibilities of all student callers. Contribute to the overall marketing plan and recruitment projects. Aid and assist on-campus recruitment planning and event execution.


  • 30 Hours a week position, mainly working afternoon to early evening hours Mon-Fri.
  • Search out and hire student recruiters.
  • Train student recruiters.
  • Maintain a positive work environment where students can be themselves to a point, while also having fun and enjoying the job.  Team chemistry is big. 
  • Have an office mindset that works hard but is dependent on God for results.  Prayer is a big part of the office environment. 
  • Meet with the student recruiters once every other week to keep updated on new material, to encourage a high-performance rate in quality and quantity, to address issues that come up during calling, to build unity, and to encourage them spiritually.
  • Analyze recruiter methodologies with a focus on identifying successful strategies for moving students from “prospect” to “applied.” Is it personality?  Is it verbiage?  What can be replicated and used by the other student recruiters?
  • Look for new ways to upgrade performance and to track that rate.
  • Keep track of the schedules of the student recruiters as well as the performance rates charted on their log sheets.
  • Check periodically to see which recruiters are falling behind in their calls, and especially in the POP follow-up calls.
  • Answer phones at peak times.
  • Attend counselor, staff, and marketing group meetings.
  • Assist Admission Counselors with specific calling projects.
  • Be available to help staff recruiting events on campus.
  • Make phone calls that student recruiters would generally make if they are unavailable.
  • Assist Admission with data entry as needed.
  • Assist the Director and the Assistant Director of Admission with tasks as needed.


  • Good with computers and can readily adapt to new programs.
  • Demonstrate good leadership skills in organizing people, events and time.
  • Integrate biblical principle into the training material.
  • Exemplify a biblical role model for the employees and colleagues.
  • Preferred - Two years' experience in BJU's Admissions office


Required Education: Bachelor's Degree
Required Experience: Preferred--Two years' experience in BJU's Admissions office
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