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Director of Admissions and Enrollment Management

Job Title: Director of Admissions and Enrollment Management
Department: Advancement
Supervisor: Director of Strategy and Innovation
Classification: Exempt

The Director of Admissions and Enrollment Management (DAEM) is a crucial member of the Administrative and Advancement Teams. Responsible for >90% of the school’s revenue, the DAEM oversees all admissions and enrollment programs, including but not limited to: introducing prospective parents to MAC, overseeing all aspects of the admissions process, conducting enrollment orientations, managing communication with parents and teachers, coordinating transitions and class placements, managing re-enrollment, and ensuring all programs are enrolled at maximum capacity.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Oversee all admissions and enrollment for entire school
  • Create and implement an annual admissions and enrollment plan that is reflective of MAC’s mission and strategic plan with clearly defined goals
  • Meet all admissions and enrollment goals, including ensuring a fully enrolled ECE program and steadily growing elementary program
  • Report monthly key factors to Director of Communications for Advancement Dashboard
  • Report monthly enrollment details to Director of Finance for Finance Committee review
  • Prepare updates and communications to share with the Board of Trustees as necessary
  • Use data to inform decisions
  • Participate in weekly advancement team meetings
  • Participate in bi-monthly director’s meetings
  • Create and implement sustainable admissions systems
  • Attend ACIS Admissions-related meetings
  • Present MAC to prospective families, which includes systematic and efficient handling of applications and communications with families
  • Maintain waitpool, working with program directors to prepare for student transitions
  • Utilizing School and Student Services for any applicable financial aid
  • Manage School Administration Software
  • Collaborate with Business Office to ensure accurate student billing
  • Assist with student billing adjustments throughout the year
  • Communicate effectively with program directors and teachers on all enrollment-related matters
  • Oversee all retention-related activities to meet school-wide retention goals
  • Oversee all recruitment-related activities to meet school-wide recruitment goals
  • Collaborate with Communications Director to plan and execute programs that affirm and enhance internal and external perceptions of MAC
  • Oversee communication and scheduling of tours with Advancement Team
  • Serve as strategic and practical voice for all admissions-related activities
  • Provide all admissions-related data as necessary
  • Initiate and complete follow up communications, such as emails, personal notes, and phone calls with the timing and touch that exemplifies extraordinary customer service
  • Serve as a MAC ambassador
  • Attend all MAC community events
  • Bring any and all issues to the attention of the Director of Strategy and Innovation
  • Serve on committees and task forces as requested by the Head of School and/or Director of Strategy and Innovation


  • Four-year degree, graduate degree preferred
  • Independent school admissions or advancement experience
  • Passion for working in schools


The right person for the DAEM at MAC is a hard-working, detail-oriented, self-starter who enjoys a fun, fast-paced work environment. A mission and values driven organization, the ideal candidate has the utmost integrity and builds relationships in order to become an integral part of the parent and faculty community. Note that because of its substantial early childhood program, MAC is a year-round school with rolling admissions and frequent mid-year student transitions. Flexibility, precision, creativity, and the desire to collaborate are key to success.

The Montessori Academy of Colorado (MAC) is committed to providing a diverse and inclusive environment, free of discrimination or harassment, for its community. MAC does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, national origin, immigration/citizen status, age, marital status, pregnancy status, veteran status, disability, socio-economic status, political affiliation, or any other non-merit fact. Any person with a concern or allegation of discrimination or harassment shall report it to MAC’s Compliance Coordinator. More information is available on our website.

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