√ Guide students through a process of self-discovery, help them identify their interests and ambitions, brainstorm authentic essay topics, and advise students on a comprehensive and cohesive application angle.
√ Provide detail-oriented guidance on all components of students’ school applications, including school list generation, personal statement development, resume polishing, and interview preparation.
√ Create/execute a plan for students’ personal and intellectual growth and realization of goals.
√ Collaborate with parents and Due West Parent Coordinators to facilitate students’ development and provide updates on their progress.
√ Support families with the specific problems faced by students applying from a global context.
√ Collaborate with Due West Course Consultants in the sales process to represent the Undergraduate or Secondary School team and educate families about our programs.
√ Represent Due West and provide support during presentations, marketing events, and business development initiatives.
√ Contribute to the continued growth of a start-up education company by taking advantage of skills in writing, presentation design, public speaking, data management, and relationship building.
√ Have fluent English skills, with strong reading, writing, and public speaking abilities
√ Bachelor’s degree or higher from an accredited American institution
√ Desire to work on a multi-cultural team in an international environment
√ Creativity, flexibility, and the ability to work cooperatively
√ Strong critical thinking and problem-solving skills
√ Possess strong work ethic, communication skills, and time management abilities
√ Desire to work in a fast-paced “start-up” environment
√ Experience within rigorous academic and/or work environments
√ Interest in learning and contributing to curriculum and program development
√ Visa eligibility (non-Chinese citizens): minimum two years post-baccalaureate work (or graduate school) experience