Position Type

Non-Exempt/Full-time; 12-month position



Competitive and commensurate with education and experience.



Comprehensive Benefits Package (including employer-paid individual health insurance, life insurance, and long-term disability), Vision & Dental Plan Options, Retirement Plan with School Contributions, and Paid Vacation, Sick & Personal Leave (PTO).



The Admissions Assistant plays an important role by providing administrative assistance and support to the Admissions Office and participating in all admissions-related activities including database management, direct mail appeals, open houses, and special events. This person shall be spiritually mature and shall reflect the purpose of the school, which is to honor Christ at all times.

 Essential Job Functions

  • Assist with the preparation of student materials for an initial admission decision, and student acceptance package.
  • Help maintain inventory of admission materials, applications, publications, letterhead, and admission packets.
  • Prepare admission files for all applicants.
  • Prepare and mail all admissions letters and communication as directed.
  • Perform all data entry with admissions database including inquiries, entry of new student intakes, tracking of application and enrollment documents, etc. 
  • Update database of school/parent contracts, including preschools and their directors, annually. 
  • Assist with tours and follow-ups with prospective families for the Admissions Manager.
  • Help organize, set up, and clean up special events that serve the purpose of promoting the school (admissions events. previews, open houses, etc.).
  • Assist the Admissions Manager with coordinating and administering admissions assessments throughout the admission process.
  • Assist the Admissions Manager with the organization of the Parent Ambassador Program.
  • Coordinate with the other school offices to schedule tours, testing, and visitations.
  • Coordinate with various members of staff with the purpose of ensuring that all admission requirements are fulfilled.
  • Meet with colleagues to ensure coordination of programs and prompt problem resolution.
  • Work effectively with a team and independently as needed to support the group effort.
  • Provide a good learning environment by keeping the proper discipline on the school premises.
  • Report to the appropriate individuals any campus safety, health, and maintenance needs that are observed.
  • Perform other tasks and assumes other responsibilities assigned by the Admissions Director. 
  • Gather information for reports from the admission database and as directed, include status reports of admission progression, re-enrollment of returning students, and attrition.

Professional Requirements

  • College degree preferred. Be willing to participate in continuing education opportunities that will increase proficiency and job skills.
  • Proficient with computers and knowledge of standard software programs.
  • Demonstrate experience showing a genuine concern for the social, emotional, spiritual, and physical well-being of children.
  • Have reliable transportation to and from work. Be at least 18 years of age and pass a criminal background check.
  • Must be able to multitask and problem solve.

Application Process

  • Download the professional staff application from our website, at sachristian.org/employment
  • Use the fillable PDF to digitally complete your application.
  • Save a copy to your computer.
  • Submit your application and the following requested documents to cmitchell@sachristian.org. (Application, Additional Questions, Resume, and Copies of Transcripts/Certificates)

Application Deadline

Until the position is filled.


Apply for this position

For questions, contact Christy Mitchell at cmitchell@sachristian.org or 210-340-1864 x507.