Geneva is developing its commitment to a continuance of student engagement, from first inquiry through graduation and placement. The Vice President of Enrollment and Marketing also convenes the Enrollment and Student Development team, including institution leaders in Enrollment, Marketing, Student Development and Athletics. The Vice President of Enrollment & Marketing reports directly to the President and provides leadership to the college’s student development, recruitment, enrollment, marketing and public relations functions. As a member of the President’s Cabinet, the Vice President will provide counsel to the President and collaborate with other executive officers to develop and implement strategies along with the student life cycle which support and enhance the vision and mission of Geneva College.
The Vice President of Enrollment & Marketing will be a knowledgeable professional with a minimum of a master’s degree pertinent to the role and at least five years of commensurate higher education experience. This experience must include a record of achieving enrollment goals in private, Christian higher education institutions. In addition to these basic qualifications, the next Vice President will be: • A person of authentic Christian character and well-versed in the college’s Reformed confession and heritage, evidenced in - A deep commitment to Jesus Christ and His word, resulting in a mature Christian walk, - Prayerful dependence on God’s provision and the guidance of the Holy Spirit, - An understanding and application of biblical principles for the stewardship of time, talent and treasure, with - Faithful service and follow-through on commitments. • A gifted leader who - Earns respect and establishes rapport with colleagues, prospective students and their families and external constituents, - Encourages their teams and team members to adopt best practices, maintain high standards and reach ambitious goals, - Inspires their teams and team members to accomplish their work with excellence, integrity and a sense of mission, - Presents the mission of Geneva College winsomely and articulates the value of a liberal arts education within the college’s Reformed confession and heritage, - Thinks strategically and creatively, and - Makes and communicates difficult decisions firmly, yet graciously in a God-honoring way.
• A competent team member who - Portrays an internal energy and work ethic, - Possesses excellent writing skills and strong verbal communication skills in large and small group settings, including the ability to persuade and to listen patiently in personal conversations, - Brings the financial skills to develop and manage budgets on sound principles, - Understands academic funding models as well as the critical issues in higher education, Christianity and culture.
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About Geneva College
Geneva College is a challenging Christian college that prepares students to challenge the world and succeed.
We provide an academically rigorous education comprised of distinctive and innovative courses. Geneva offers over 40 undergraduate majors and seven master’s degree programs, with the most popular including business, engineering, education, biology, communication, psychology, student ministry and human services. And our liberal arts core fosters a breadth of knowledge through the study of humanities, the social and natural sciences, biblical studies, and experiential learning. Founded by the Reformed Presbyterian Church of North America, Geneva helps students meet the challenge of becoming everything God means them to be.
Our 55-acre campus is located in Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania, about 35 miles northwest of Pittsburgh. Geneva College is a founding member of the Council for Christian Colleges and Universities (CCCU).