Associate Vice President for Enrollment Management & Student Success

The Division of Student Affairs at Iowa State University is seeking well-qualified candidates for our Associate Vice President for Enrollment Management & Student Success (AVPEMSS) position. Reporting to the Senior Vice President for Student Affairs, the AVPEMSS assists in overseeing the operation of the Division of Student Affairs, and provides leadership for the development of plans and procedures for accomplishing the Division's goals. The AVPEMSS provides critical leadership to the university's effort to recruit and retain an academically strong and diverse student body in alignment with the university's goals for enrollment. The successful candidate will foster partnerships across the university to position the institution for future enrollment success and will envision and advise on enrollment goals; collaborate with the Enrollment Research Team, leaders of the key enrollment departments, and leadership in Academic Affairs; and will oversee the process for developing enrollment projections and provide periodic enrollment projections used for university budget and planning. The AVPEMSS will provide leadership to the Admissions, Student Financial Aid, University Registrar, Enrollment Research Team, Learning Communities, Student Support Services Programs and Educational Talent Search/Upward Bound areas. The successful candidate will embrace the culture of Iowa State, develop collaborative relationships and infuse the team with fresh, relevant and innovative perspectives. Using partnerships with academic colleagues, the AVPEMSS will create a culture of collaboration to set up every student for academic success and achievement. The successful candidate will possess the ability to understand and analyze complex situations and effectively develop and communicate action plans; ability to effectively manage multiple competing priorities and coordinate complex administrative operations; familiarity with current trends in higher education, including best practices; and strong writing skills needed in preparing and interpreting policy statements. The AVPEMSS will oversee a staff of more than 135 professional and merit staff and have budgetary responsibility for $15.5 million.

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