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Department:  Admissions
Supervisor:  Kim Miller
Job Summary:
Campus Guides are representatives of the Bethel University student body and the university as a whole.  Campus Guides will interact and engage prospective students to promote Bethel University and the Spirited Connections brand.  They provide information and insight about the university through recruitment, campus tours, and special events.  The Campus Guide positions lasts one full school year (Fall and Spring terms).

Currently hiring for Spring semester with any of the following availability:
Monday 8:00am – 10:00am
Wednesday 9:00 am – 11:00am
Thursday 9:00 am – 11:00am
Friday 8:00am – 10:00am 

Essential Job Functions:

  • Campus Tours
    • Leading scheduled tours for prospective students and families
    • Engaging in frequent written and verbal communication with prospective students
    • Use personal Bethel experiences to build relationships with prospective students and families
    • Answering questions and referring to appropriate admission staff or departments as needed
  • Assist with Admission Events
    • Occasional Saturday visits and evening activities
    • Host prospective students for overnight events
    • Help with prep and setup, lead campus tours, float and help with various event tasks
    • Assist with clerical tasks
    • Utilize the computer database in making and recording contacts
    • Use Microsoft Office applications for data entry and other clerical tasks
    • Filing and organizing
    • Help with mailings

To be selected as a Campus Guide at Bethel University is an excellent opportunity for personal and professional growth.  Students who are selected as Campus Guides typically possess these traits and qualities:

  • Good attitude
  • Maintain a Colossians 3:23 Attitude – Work willingly at whatever you do as though you were working for the Lord rather than for people
  • Strong interpersonal skills
  • Has passion and excitement for Bethel University
  • Welcoming and customer service oriented
  • Leader
  • Confidence and ability to lead
  • Self-starter and can work independently as well as in groups
  • Manage time efficiently
  • Concentrate and perform work accurately and efficiently with attention to detail and given direction
  • Committed, Dedicated, Responsible
  • Loyalty and dedication to Bethel University
  • MUST commit to Fall and Spring terms
  • Complete scheduled hours each week and responsible for finding replacement if a shift cannot be completed
  • Professional
    • Professionally represent Bethel University and Admission Office in a respectful manner to prospective students and families
    • This includes following the dress code policy
  • Follow all personnel and departmental policies and procedures
  • Maintain privacy of any information found in student files and student residences
  • Excellent written and verbal (both on phone and in person) communication
  • Flexible
  • Must be flexible with job responsibilities during scheduled shift
  • Ability to multi-task and handle other tasks as assigned
  • Troubleshoot when tours/visits do not go according to plan
  • Work under the stress of deadlines
  • Knowledgeable
  • Have a basic knowledge of Bethel University
  • Earned and continue to maintain a cumulative GPS of 2.5 or higher

Job Expectations:

  • Required participation in training
  • Flexible hours from 8am – 5pm dependent on student’s academic/athletic schedule
  • Check email/text messages regularly for communications from supervisors
  • Help recommend and train future ambassadors