Or, if you are already an active candidate with Southern Teachers, please contact your placement counselor.
The Director of Admissions will be a person who wholeheartedly believes in the vision and mission of Bayshore Christian School and can share that vision and mission, as well as the unique benefits of a Bayshore Christian School experience, with both current and prospective families, faculty, and staff.
To effectively communicate the vision and mission of BCS to increase mission-supportive student enrollment.
To move prospective students quickly and appropriately from inquiry and application status to full-time enrollment.
To organize, update, and secure student records. (Incoming and Outgoing)
Professional Behavior - The Director
is an evangelical, born again Christian.
will regularly attend an evangelical church for spiritual growth.
has a minimum of a Bachelor’s Degree.
will be punctual and regular in attendance.
will dress professionally.
will exhibit professional and ethical attitudes toward the children, parents and coworkers.
will meet deadlines and follow schedules.
FACTS SIS Management: Enrollment Dashboard
Intake and Organization of Admissions Documents and Processes - FACTS Admissions Dashboard/Tracking Inquiries and Applications
Collaborate with Marketing/Director of Advancement: Data/Marketing/Incentives
Financial Aid (Confidential)
Tuition Contracts: Guide families through enrollment process
Field Phone Calls/Emails for New and Current Families
Manage the Admissions Process for International Students, including the processing of I-20 documents through SEVIS (Student and Exchange Visitor Information System)
Arrange Admissions testing both in-house and through the Educational Records Bureau
Maintain Employee Fingerprinting using the Falcon System (with support of Director of Administration)
Billing/Delinquency Management: Tuition and Incidental Billing/FACTS Tuition Management
Manage Scholarship Programs and Scholarship Compliance through Scholarship Organizations such as Step Up For Students and AAA Scholarship Foundation.
Yearly Compliance Tasks: FLDOE, SUFS, SEVIS, DASL
Participate in professional development activities such as those provided by FCIS
Minimum of Undergraduate Degree: Business/Marketing/Education
Outgoing Personality: Team Player
Speaks Clearly and Displays Solid Listening Skills
Proficient in Technology: Microsoft Office Suite
Strong, Precise, and Efficient Communication Skills, Both Written and Verbal
Ability to Maintain Confidentiality in the Area of Student Records and Finances