The Tuck Business Bridge Program provides undergraduates from liberal arts, science, and engineering backgrounds with a comprehensive business curriculum taught by world-class MBA professors at the Tuck School. Each year, the recruiting manager travels to over 40 colleges nationwide to meet with undergraduates who are interested in applying. When not on the road, the manager supports the Bridge team in planning, organizing, and delivering program offerings on the Hanover campus. Learn more about Bridge at http://bridge.tuck.dartmouth.edu/.
Manages the recruitment of prospective undergraduate students for the Business Bridge program, primarily through travel to designated liberal arts colleges nationwide, according to Tuck's mission, strategy, and institutional priorities.
Employment in this position is contingent upon consent to and successful completion of a pre-employment background check, which may include a criminal background check, reference checks, verification of work history, and verification of any required academic credentials, licenses, and/or certifications, with results acceptable to Dartmouth College. A criminal conviction will not automatically disqualify an applicant from employment. Background check information will be used in a confidential, non-discriminatory manner consistent with state and federal law.
1. Envisions, articulates, and implements plan for achieving Bridge recruitment goals and priorities; engages with Bridge colleagues and partnering liberal arts college officials to identify and surpass challenges; evaluates progress using data analytics, particularly feedback from partner institutions and program participants; and updates priorities with direction from the director. (5%)
2. Prepares for recruitment trips to designated colleges nationwide and travels to approximately 45 different schools annually, primarily from September to November and mid-January to March, to deliver recruitment presentations to prospective Bridge participants, host tabling sessions at school fairs, and meet one-on-one with those who are interested (45%); responds to phone, email, and social media inquiries about the Bridge program and upcoming offerings (10%); participates in the Bridge Admissions Review Committee and supports the team with program delivery activities while sessions are underway (10%); and assists director in managing operations and administration for other undergraduate programs (e.g., TuckLAB) (10%).
3. Contributes ideas, input, and support to initiatives, decisions, and communications with campus recruiting implications. (5%)
4. Collaborates with Bridge and other colleagues to conceptualize, organize, manage, and complete shared projects and assignments, including particularly planning and delivery of Bridge program and other undergraduate program offerings. (5%)
5. Gains knowledge of and shares insights into pertinent campus recruiting trends and innovations through market research, participation in peer networks and associations, and attending conferences, seminars, and speaking engagements. (5%)