Honors Application Reviewer (Seasonal)

By | September 12, 2022

Job Responsibilities : Honors Application Reviewer (Seasonal)

Salary : $15.29 – $20.43 an hour

Company : The Ohio State University

Location : Remote US

Educational requirements : High School

The Honors Application Reviewer in Undergraduate Admissions within the Office of Strategic Enrollment Management (OSEM) provides a holistic evaluation source for domestic and international applications for acceptance into the Honors Program at The Ohio State University. Develops a thorough understanding of Ohio State’s Honors Program enrollment goals policies and procedures and completes holistic review and evaluation of application credentials. Reads reviews and evaluates applications. The honors application reviewer is required to enter recommendations for completed reviews into the review site on a weekly basis. This review is based on extensive training written guidelines and best practices set forth by Student Academic Excellence the Office of Strategic Enrollment Management Undergraduate Admissions and the University Honors and Scholar Center. Files are assigned weekly via an online secure review site. Once completed recommendations are submitted electronically and new files are assigned for the following week. Application reviewers are also required to attend and participate in mandatory monthly trainings and monthly individual coaching sessions and other meetings as needed during normal university business hours. It is the reviewer’s responsibility to remain up to date with procedural and guideline changes which might affect the review process provided by Undergraduate Admissions. Opportunities for professional development during the review season will be offered. Throughout the review process reviewers must ensure confidentiality and security of admission files and university materials. Requires a flexible work schedule averaging 14-18 hours per week with some weeks during December and January requiring up to 20 hours. Reviewers will conduct a holistic review on a maximum of 80 files a week. This is a temporary position which begins in early December and ends in mid-March.

Required Qualifications:

Bachelor’s degree preferably in counseling human relations or education. Knowledge of college/university policies and procedures. Familiarity with recruitment and counseling practices at higher education institutions desired. Recent college admissions high school guidance experience or high school teaching experience preferred. Previous application reviewing experience desired. Requires a flexible work schedule averaging 14-18 hours per week with some weeks during December and January requiring up to 20 hours. This is a temporary position which begins in early December and ends in mid-March.

Desired Qualifications:

Reasonable knowledge of student counseling or guidance practices and familiarity with review and evaluation of written materials is necessary.

This position requires successful completion of a background check.

Additional Information:

Up to 7 positions are available. The pay range for this job profile is $15.29-$20.43/hour. The offer for this position will fall within this range based on internal equity unit’s available budget and the candidate’s qualifications.

This is a full remote position.

Responsibility:

75%: Provides a holistic evaluation source for domestic and international applications for acceptance into the Honors Program at The Ohio State University. Develops a thorough understanding of Ohio State’s Honors Program enrollment goals policies and procedures and completes holistic review and evaluation of application credentials. Reads reviews and evaluates applications. The honors application reviewer is required to enter recommendations for completed reviews into the review site on a weekly basis. This review is based on extensive training written guidelines and best practices set forth by Student Academic Excellence Undergraduate Admissions the Office of Strategic Enrollment Management and the University Honors and Scholar Center. Files are assigned weekly via an online secure review site. Once completed recommendations are submitted electronically and new files are assigned for the following week.

25%: Application reviewers are also required to attend and participate in mandatory monthly trainings and monthly individual coaching sessions and other meetings as needed during normal university business hours. It is the reviewer’s responsibility to remain up to date with procedural and guideline changes which might affect the review process provided by Undergraduate Admissions. Opportunities for professional development during the review season will be offered. Throughout the review process reviewers must ensure confidentiality and security of admission files and university materials.

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