Responsible for administration of an effective community recruitment program and associated systems and processes which are aligned with Ottawa University’s student centric philosophy. Responsible for developing relationships and measureable qualified student leads through feeder schools and/or corporate/community partnerships. Additionally provides support to the overall community and corporate relations strategy.
Primarily responsible for the recruitment and enrollment of students by using effective enrollment management and advising techniques and excellent customer service skills, through electronic modes of operation, which are aligned with Ottawa University’s student centric philosophy. Contacts and sales will be accomplished predominantly by phone and email. Requires timely and effective communication with applicants to assist them in all phases of the new student enrollment process. Responsible for achieving measurable enrollment goals and objectives.
Responsible for coordination and oversight of the School Psychology and School Guidance concentration for students in the Masters in Education: School Psychology & Masters in Education School Guidance Counseling
Responsible for all aspects of program coordination for field placements (practicum, observations and clinical experiences), data collection (state and federal), professional development agreements and assists with the Professional Education Program (PEP). Additionally, responsible for providing administrative support to School of Education operations. Regularly interfaces with School of Education Dean and Associate Dean, Campus DOI/CE, Academic Advisors, Community Development Executives, Education leadership and faculty, adjunct faculty and students of the program. Position includes the performance of duties which require extensive training, knowledge and effective skills.
Ottawa University; Ottawa, Kansas (The College): seeks an adjunct instructor to teach
EDU 33132 – Elementary Science Methods for the Spring Term 2016; semester begins January 11, 2016 through May 4, 2016.
Ottawa University, Kansas (NAIA) seeks a full-time assistant wrestling coach. Duties include but are not limited to the following: conducting practices and conditioning, monitoring academic progress of student-athletes, fundraising, scheduling and other coaching and administrative duties under direction of the head coach to assist the wrestling program.
Responsible for academic and administrative oversight of K-12 School Partnerships/Special Projects, including but not limited to: coordination of field experiences and student teaching (placement, evaluations, etc.); general oversight of MAEd enrollment for Kansas (expansion, operational coordination between Ottawa and the schools/districts. These responsibilities include, but are not limited to: program development, coordination of program-specific meetings, general marketing/promotion, data collection, partnership record maintenance and overall expansion of the programs. Responsibilities also require participation with School of Education committees and advisories, and University committees as assigned.