Recruiter Undergraduate and Graduate Programs

Department of Media Communications: Department Coordinator

Department of Business & Management: Adjunct Faculty Vacancies 



Recruiter: Undergraduate and Graduate Programs

Hours: 40 hours per week
Title of supervisor: Director of Webster Leiden Campus. Member of the Enrollment team.

General Description of Work

  • Plans and carries out various student recruitment activities;
  • General responsibilities for recruitment out-reach and pre-application contacts with prospective students and counselors, including visits to high schools, college campuses, college fairs, etc.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

  • Under the direction of the Director, develop and deploy the office recruiting strategy in existing and emerging markets;
  • Represent Webster University to the public and its vision to prospective students, parents, school counselors, academic institutions, and other entities;
  • Prepare and give presentations about Webster University, attend school fairs and recruiting conferences;
  • Develop and maintain a working pipeline of prospective students, guiding them through the recruitment process to final enrollment;
  • Provide support to various recruiting projects and programs as determined by the Director
  • Assist with on-campus recruitment events;
  • Evaluate performance annually to determine overall effectiveness and success of plans including analysis of hiring statistics, financial budget, school data, demographics, and school ratings
  • Analyze progress and results at assigned schools, identify best practices and develop strategic recommendations for future recruiting;
  • Explain Webster programs in interviews with applicants;
  • Organize and/or attend recruitment activities to promote Webster programs;
  • Together with Admissions Coordinator respond to inquiries and conduct follow-up, assist with mailings and other recruitment activities;
  • Evaluate prospective students’ academic profile for admission into the university;
  • Complete student application files together with Admissions Coordinator, including database input, arranging of English tests, sample classes, etc.;
  • Gathering information from prospective and admitted students and preparing letters of acceptance to the university;
  • Stay up to date with university programs, policies and procedures as well as current immigration requirements for non-Dutch applicants;
  • Communicate regularly with other admission offices of Webster University;
  • Other duties as assigned by the Director.

 Required skills

  • Bachelor degree from an accredited university. By preference also Master’s degree.;
  • By preference minimum of 3 years of work experience in a target-driven sales/recruiting or marketing environment;
  • Financial budget and reporting experience;
  • Strong knowledge of MS Office Suite including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook;
  • Team player;
  • Familiar with social media and online recruitment;
  • Knowledge of university admissions guidelines, standards and procedures, and the American education system in general;
  • Must be fluent in written and spoken English, an additional language is desirable;
  • Ability to exercise critical human relations skills in establishing and maintaining effective working relations with the University community;
  • Willingness to travel;
  • Planning and organizational skills;
  • Ability to coordinate multiple projects and exhibit poise and maturity;
  • Flexibility to work variable hours;
  • Exhibit attention to detail and excellent time management skills;
  • Must be personable and have a positive attitude.

 Review of applications will commence immediately and will continue until the position is filled.

Candidates must have or be able to obtain a Dutch work permit.

Qualified applicants are invited to submit a letter of interest and CV to Renate Maijenburg:


Webster Leiden Campus

Department of Media Communications: Department Coordinator

Main tasks and responsibilities:

  • Coordinate BA/MA programs in the areas of Media Communications with the Academic Director
  • Develop and maintain contacts in the local Media and Art Community for possible internships, guest speakers, Faculty and student recruiting, and field trips.
  • Advise the Academic Director on scheduling of courses and related Faculty assignments.
  • Recruit and select new adjunct faculty, subject to Academic Director’s approval.
  • Support faculty with course development, syllabi preparation, support materials, and online support tools.
  • Communicate academic policies and procedures to faculty.
  • Teach three courses per year and supervise five directed studies/internships/portfolio reviews/theses (if requested to teach more courses or supervise additional directed studies/internships/ portfolio reviews/theses per Academic Year, payment will be per additional course).
  • Support Webster recruitment efforts domestically and internationally, including online, global and intensive courses.
  • Carry out other duties as assigned by Academic Director.
  • Review departmental Faculty evaluations with Academic Director.
  • Provide research support to students.
  • Regularly review BA/MA programs with St. Louis, as well as other European locations.
  • Attend Faculty meetings, orientations, open days and information sessions, as required.
  • Provide career and internships advice for students.

Structure of position

  • Department: Academic Affairs.
  • Supervisor: Academic Director.
  • Assignment: 32 hours per week (including teaching). 


  • Master’s degree in Media Communications (or equivalent) is required.
  • PhD in Media Communications (or equivalent) is desirable.
  • Recent experience and contacts in media world are required.
  • Teaching experience is required.
  • Management experience in Higher Education is desirable.
  • Strong English communication skills are required.
  • Strong networking skills are required.
  • International orientation is required.


Review of application will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. Please send an updated copy of your curriculum vitae and a cover letter to Ms. Margreeth van Diepen at In case you have any questions on the position, please, get in touch with Dr. Sara Lusini at

Department of Business & Management: Adjunct Faculty Positions

The Department of Business and Management welcomes general adjunct teaching applications from distinguished individuals whose interests may align with Webster Leiden Campus’ academic plans.

Candidates who wish to apply for teaching courses in the undergraduate and graduate program are required to have at least 3 to 5 years recent experience in their specialized field, 3 years teaching experience at the university level and a graduate degree. Preference will be given to applicants who hold a doctoral degree.

For more information please contact Dr. Yang Fan: 

Please describe the area(s) below that you are interested in and submit your application. Your application will be kept on file for future reference if an opening becomes available in your area of interest.

Adjunct Faculty Positions:

  • Economics
  • Finance & Accounting
  • Mathematics & Statistics
  • Business & Management
  • Business Strategy
  • Marketing
  • Human Resources & Development
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Business Law & Trade
  • Operations, Supply Chain & Project/Program Management

Adjunct Faculty Hiring Process:

  • Send your CV and cover letter to the Head of the Department stating clearly your area of teaching interest and how this is related to your academic and/or industrial experience
  • Have an introductory interview by the Head of the Department
  • Have a procedures-and-polices meeting with the Academic Director
  • Give a short sample presentation to a class
  • Have a contractual meeting with the Faculty Coordinator
  • Be welcomed on board


Webster University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action educator and employer.  We are committed to maintaining a culturally and academically diverse faculty and staff of the highest caliber.  We strongly encourage applications from those who identify as diverse in terms of gender, race, ethnicity, national origin, sexual orientation, disability, and/or veteran status.