Careers with enrollmentFUEL

enrollmentFUEL is on a mission to create a better way to help higher education institutions get results through an innovative approach to all aspects of Student Search and enrollment coaching. Our primary objective is to help enrollment teams achieve results along their own individual paths to excellence. Cookie-cutter solutions are not what define FUEL. In fact, our Octane community of practice sets us apart, as we help clients achieve success through an unparalleled client experience couched in current best-practices and emerging technologies.

Currently, FUEL is seeking passion-filled employees who journey with their clients through the enrollment cycle with a “never give up—never surrender” mentality.  If you are someone who loves to set your own pace, works to find solutions to problems, and puts the client’s needs first—we are the place for you!

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Work from Anywhere

Though we are headquartered in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, our team works virtually and is spread throughout the country and Canada. We stay connected through social posting, video conferencing, and virtual group meetings, which means on most days, you can come to work like a TV anchor—and wear your pajamas offscreen! And several times throughout the year, we meet face-to-face to break bread, discuss the strategic direction of the company, find ways to improve our processes, and to celebrate each other and our successes.

Competitive Benefits

enrollmentFUEL provides all full-time employees with comprehensive medical insurance, a 401K retirement plan with a percentage match, paid national holidays, and a generous sliding scale vacation package. Additional benefits include your birthday off and profit-sharing. We also provide you with a yearly allowance to put toward conferences, books, or classes to further professional growth and development.

The FUEL Vibe

At FUEL, we recognize we are like a magnet. Our culture either attracts or repels because of its unique and funky nature. Have special skills outside your “traditional” job description? Great—we want you to soar at FUEL and won’t hold you back. Dare to lean in without fear of failure! Come to work each day ready to love, high- five, and goose honk. Join us in our annual Boat Day celebration where we step out of the boat to challenge ourselves, inspire others, and try something new!

Volunteering is Encouraged

Our employees are encouraged to volunteer. Whether the food bank, a church mission, or your local charity, we will not only give you release time—we will match it.

Collaborate with a Team that is Committed to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

enrollmentFUEL is a collaborative, inclusive company where your ideas will be heard. We all have different backgrounds and experiences. Diversity expands our thinking, makes us a stronger company, and helps us do a better job for the clients we serve.

We do not discriminate based on race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status or disability.

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Current Openings with FUEL Friends

Slate Developer/Analyst

Anderson University Anderson, South Carolina

The Slate Developer/Analyst builds and implements new strategic initiatives within Slate on behalf of the Enrollment Management team (specifically recruitment and admissions). This role will work closely with Admission, Operations and Marketing to build effective enrollment strategies. All interested candidates can receive more information by emailing enrollmentjobs@andersonuniversity.edu.

Vice President for Enrollment Management

Chowan University Murfreesboro, NC

Chowan University, a graduate, co-educational, residential, moderate Baptist university affiliated with the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship and the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina, located on a beautiful campus in northeastern North Carolina in the historic town of Murfreesboro, is accepting applications for the senior-level position of Vice President for Enrollment Management.  This executive position will report directly to the President and be a member of the senior leadership team for the University.  The ideal candidate will have a deep understanding of the mission, vision and values of Chowan University with extensive experience in all facets of Enrollment Management in higher education including designing, implementing, and monitoring an enrollment plan.  Successful candidates should have significant experience in planning student recruitment strategies and participating in and leading recruitment efforts in a higher education setting.  Candidates should demonstrate a track record of successful student enrollment management in an environment that requires leadership of counselors and interaction with a wide range of potential students. Please visit the Chowan University website to apply.

Director of Financial Aid

Hanover College  Hanover, IN

The Director of Financial Aid is a full-time, 12-month, exempt position responsible for coordinating the efforts of all personnel within the office of financial aid and maintains compliance with all Federal and State statutes and regulations, and institutional policies. The Director will implement policies, procedures and processes in support of student financial aid, undergraduate enrollment and emerging graduate enrollment goals. The Director will have primary oversight for compliance, operations and systems and technology. The Director guides all activities and plans the calendar for financial aid office operations, including implementing policy, providing regular staff training and professional development opportunities. The Director will offer supportive guidance, effective supervision and ensure the timely delivery of aid to students in an atmosphere of superior customer service. The Director, in concert with external consultants, establishes the College’s financial aid packaging philosophy, oversees the awarding process and supervises loan processing for all federal direct, institutional and private alternative loan programs. The Director may be called upon to represent the offices off financial aid and/or admissions on various committees and is the public face of the office of financial aid at on-campus recruitment and registration/orientation events. The Director is a skillful communicator who can build relationships with a wide range of internal and external partners. This position requires someone who is resourceful, solution-oriented, an excellent problem solver and a strong team player who can implement change. The Director oversees completion of the FISAP and all other Federal and State reports. The Director provides indirect oversight of the College’s Federal Work Study and merit scholarship programs and will serve in an advisory role in support of the programs. View the full position and apply at https://www.hanover.edu/about/employment.