The Association of Independent School Admission Professionals seeks an Educational Program Coordinator to lead efforts to improve educational outcomes and create enriching professional development experiences for our association's membership. Reporting to the Executive Director | CEO, the Educational Program Coordinator will manage the development and administration of content for education programs for members and the public. The Director is responsible for designing and implementing professional training/certification programs offered in person and online through specialized courses or workshops and coordinates continuing education credits.
The Educational Program Coordinator position is key within AISAP. This position will require the individual to develop, manage, and implement content and develop programming in line with AISAP’s Learning and Development Framework and the context of the ever-changing needs and requirements of an Admission and Enrollment Professional in a nonpublic school PK - PG environment. Additionally, AISAP acknowledges the value of the research and work of ASAE; we seek to ensure that our content and delivery are as innovative and intentional as the research shared in the Foresight Research for Associations.
AISAP’s Educational Program Coordinator will secure practitioners/faculty members and execute educational programs using various tools and resources that respond to the practice's needs and support innovative programming for adult learners. At present, AISAP provides these experiences through webinars, online classes, member-to-member initiatives, in-person and online content, leadership summits, and two Annual Institutes (one in North America and one in Europe). AISAP’s Educational Program Coordinator will further develop our certification and certificate offerings and lead the association to multifaceted content delivery. The Director will deliver on the vision and strategy set by the Board of Directors and the Executive Director and will work closely with multiple departments such as Marketing & Communication, Systems and Constituent Data, Finance, and our Practitioner Solutions Coordinator to successfully implement our annual and strategic initiatives and goals.
Represent AISAP at global, national, regional, and subject matter conferences and events.
Providing high-level customer service to all our members through phone calls, emails, and personal interaction.
Identify and train volunteers and educational practitioners to support and deliver the educational content provided by AISAP.
Partner with peer associations and professional solutions to develop and provide educational content and extend and support AISAP’s brand stature.
May serve as an administrative liaison to Board committees or taskforces at the discretion of the Executive Director.
AISAP Team Collaboration:
Collaborate with all members of the AISAP team to ensure the success of the association's annual, financial, and strategic goals.
Work closely with the Director of Marketing & Communication on branding, email content, and marketing.
Collaborate with the Director of Systems and Constituent Data on system setup, coordination of continuing education credits, and certification and credentialing programs.
Engage with the Director of Finance regarding budgeting and revenue acquisition.
Partner with the Practioner Solutions Coordinator on projects that advance schools and practitioners and complement the association's work.
Support and collaborate with AISAP’s membership liaison to create educational programming that supports member recruitment and retention.
Skills and Qualifications:
Bachelor’s degree in a related field. (Masters Degree desired)
Knowledge of independent, private, and parochial schools, specifically in enrollment management.
Excellent organizational, project management, and leadership skills.
Exceptional communication and interpersonal skills to work collaboratively and build strong relationships with various and diverse stakeholders.
Ability to be creative and innovative in advancing goals and process improvements.
Familiarity with using data for understanding and decision-making.
Proven experience in association program development and management (desired)
Familiarity and experience using Learning Management Systems, AMS/CRM software, ZOOM, and project management software (desired)
AISAP is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status.
Hours and work environment: AISAP staff work remotely Monday through Friday from 9:00 am to 5 pm.
Travel (approximately ten days annually)
Compensation & Benefits: Benefits include 20 days of vacation annually and, after one month of full-time service, a 401K matching plan.
AISAP is the Association of Independent School Admission Professionals. In fact, AISAP is the only association that has admission and enrollment management professionals as its sole mission and focus. Our vibrant community of over 3,000 professionals is willing to share experiences and insights in all aspects of independent school and private school admission and enrollment management. With their help, we aspire to inspire and serve every admission and enrollment professional to maximize their impact on the world of education.
AISAP empowers admission and enrollment professionals to impact our educational communities and elevate our profession positively.
AISAP will be the global leader and primary resource in cultivating world-class admission and enrollment professionals, advancing the profession as the foundation of institutional success, and creating the conditions for each practitioner’s continuous growth and development.