Detailed Job Description Position conducts significant amounts of student recruitment travel, informative interviews, engaging presentations and other counseling, advising and information services for prospective students, parents, Catholic elementary schools, and other education professionals. Selected candidate maintains a liaison relationship with traditional Catholic feeder schools, education professionals, youth groups, and other entities such as area Y’s, Boys & Girls Club’s and church CCD programs. The selected candidate analyzes and considers a multitude of factors in determining an applicant’s eligibility for admission and is responsible for assisting in the management of the communication process.
Strong communication skills including oral presentation, written and interpersonal with an ability to engage a multiple constituent groups in a professional and energetic manner. Individual must also demonstrate excellent initiative, capability in transforming ideas into practical solutions, and the exercise of good judgment and discretion. Must be highly flexible and able to work in a fast-paced, high-energy environment.
Required Minimum Qualifications Bachelor’s degree with at two years of related experience, or equivalent is required.
Additional Salary Information: local and/or regional candidates preferred. Position will not receive relocation benefits or travel reimbursement.
About Malden Catholic High School
Since 1932, Malden Catholic, a Xaverian Brothers sponsored school, has established itself as a private, college-preparatory high school for boys. Located less than 10 miles north of Boston, MC serves a diverse group of students from 42 surrounding towns. In fall of 2018, MC will be opening its doors to serve girls and will establish itself as a co-divisional Catholic school offering single-gender education to nearly 700 students. Malden Catholic will be harkening back to our roots, as for nearly 60 years, Malden Catholic had a successful sister school (Girls Catholic) serving girls in the area into the 1990s. MC recently concluded a highly successful $25 million capital campaign and is planning a $7.5 million renovation to house the Girls’ Division.