Admissions Representative

Company Name:
Gene Juarez Salon & Spa
Reports To:
Campus General Manager and Enrollment Manager
Keep school at maximum enrollment capacity with qualified students who will graduate, be successfully employed in the cosmetology industry and enhance the cosmetology image and reputation.
-Work with administrative staff to create an effective Admissions Department focused on the enrollment process and telephone support.
-Set interview appointments through immediate contact with prospective students.
-Interview and screen candidates to ensure students with ability to complete the course, graduate, and be successfully employed in the industry are enrolled using scripted process.
-Sell the program and the Academy by overcoming obstacles and meeting the prospective student's needs.
-Enroll students in compliance with regulatory requirements and school policies and procedures. Facilitate new class orientation.
-Protect our reputation by providing factual, documented information about the Academy programs.
-Maintain Student Resource Center with up-to-date disclosure information including information on other states.
-Submit admissions activity log each day.
High social skills - ability to easily interact with people
High level of professionalism and credibility
Convey passion for the industry and the GJ company
Fashionable yet professional image
Available to work a flexible schedule including evenings and weekends
High school diploma or GED
Previous admissions and/or sales experience required; experience with Title IV regulations preferred
As part of our standard hiring process for new employees, employment with Gene Juarez Salons and Spas will be contingent upon successful completion of a background check.

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