Founded in 1886,The White Mountain School, a co-educational, independent boarding school seeks an experienced admission professional for the position of Director of Admission.Situated on 250 acres, The White Mountain School is located in the heart of the beautiful White Mountains of New Hampshire and 2 ½ hours from Boston. Serving 125 students in grades 9th through Post Graduate, students come from 20 states and 10 countries. The White Mountain mission statement reads: "We are a school of inquiry and engagement. Grounded in our Episcopal heritage, we prepare and inspire students to lead lives of curiosity, courage and compassion." The School knows that this is an incredibly exciting time in education, and takes seriously the idea that education for the future must be about more than memorization and recall; it must be about student-driven inquiry and true engagement with our intellectual heritage. White Mountain has a clearly defined niche with its innovative inquiry driven approach to learning, a focus on sustainability, and strong outdoor sports program.Reporting to the Head of School, the Director of Admission manages a staff of 4, is a member of the Administrative Team, and works closely with the Board of Trustees. The overall goal for the Director is to build on the Admission Office’s strengths (in recent years inquiries, applications, and yield have all been on the rise), to provide leadership and implement a strategic enrollment vision of a school that is academically rich and grounded in the beautiful setting in the mountains. The Director of Admission plays a vital role in the White Mountain community and will be expected to strengthen the enrollment management infrastructure by implementing strategies to ensure that the Office achieves the enrollment goals set by the Board of Trustees and Head of School. A financial aid budget of $2.5 million supports the fulfillment of these goals.Successful candidates must possess a Bachelor’s degree (Masters degree preferred), five years of admission and financial aid experience, and `a strong commitment to a boarding school. In addition, one must be a team player and possess superior communication, interpersonal, organizational and managerial skills, high energy, flexibility, warmth, and a sense of humor. For more details about The White Mountain School, please visit the School’s web site at www.whitemountain.org. If interested in applying, please send an electronic file with a resume, a letter of interest and a list of three references by February 24, 2017 to: Christine H. Baker at firstname.lastname@example.org.