St. George’s University – Student Recruitment Manager.

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St. George’s University (SGU) has the world’s largest English language Doctor of Medicine degree program and is the number one provider of doctors into the US healthcare system. The University has four Schools – Medicine, Veterinary Medicine, Arts and Sciences and Graduate Studies – and 52 academic programs filled with students from over 100 countries. The role of the Manager, Student Recruitment Africa – is to primarily manage and deliver student recruitment from the agent, feeder school and direct networks in the designated SGU medicine programs.

Essential Functions

  • To champion and lead the recruitment efforts for SGU from the agent, feeder school and direct networks.
  • Co-ordinating with the RD on agent fairs, school events and direct recruitment and information sessions to initiate and attend.
  • Build an agent and school feeder network with frequent visits in designated region to maintain relationships & establish new partner contacts at key levels.
  • Co-ordinate ensuing marketing and sales campaigns/activity (together with SGU International Marketing Team) attending agent and school exhibitions, info sessions and general promotional activity as required, including direct recruitment.
  • Support recruitment needs by visiting and supporting agents and schools when required.
  • Conduct call back calls to existing leads, cold calling of new leads and accurate reporting on CRM.
  • Contribute to the recruitment team effort across Africa where required, and when there is a periodic need or shortage of staff and helping in multiple channels as required.
  • Work in close partnership with the Regional Director, Student Recruitment, Africa to ultimately achieve and improve conversions and turn-around times in all main channels, achieving the main KPI of reaching personal goals and contributing to the overall targets in Africa – from all channels.
  • Work closely with colleagues in South Asia in order to achieve their own recruitment targets.
  • Manage the initial application process in the specified region, and in close association with the Admissions Officers, ensuring a smooth and efficient process always, via CRM.
  • Counsel and meet parents/students from the agent, feeder school and direct networks.
  • Attend agent and school exhibitions (recruitment events) providing professional educational advice and counselling services to agents, parents, students.
  • Provide regular monthly reports to line Manager and market updates and performance updates against targets.
  • Provide market research, feedback and analysis to inform key activities in designated market.
  • Build strong relationships with SGU functional areas (admissions, sales, marketing, academic) to ensure the highest levels of customer service, efficiency and problem resolution. Ensure local information on Medical Associations, rules and regulations is current and to therefore update SGU functional areas and line Manager.

Work Environment

  • Office location: Work from home-office located in Nairobi, Kenya


  • 3-5 years working in international education industry and recruitment.
  • Minimum 3 years student recruitment.
  • Fluent English.
  • Degree Educated.

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