Collegiate Admissions & Retention Solutions is growing and constantly looking for the brightest talent to join our team of contact center professionals. If you’re interested in joining our team, check in with our Human Resources department for recent openings and to apply.


Now Hiring – Student Information Specialist

JOB TITLE:               Student Information Specialist (SIS)

DIVISION:               CARS Admissions Assistance

DEPARTMENT:       Lead Qualification

REPORTS TO:         Call Center Director, Call Center Supervisor, Floor Supervisors



The SISs are responsible for handling inbound and outbound calls for prospective students. The SISs are the front-line representatives of the company and their main duty is to deliver quality in everything they do.



  • Accurately deliver scripts to callers both inbound and outbound
  • Accurately disposition calls
  • Be completely familiar with all product knowledge at all times
  • Maintain a wrap up time of 3% or less daily
  • Arrive to work on time for all scheduled shifts
  • Consistently receive high QA scores
  • Duties and responsibilities are subject to change by the employer as the needs of the employer and requirements of the job change



  • Articulate; strong verbal and written communication skills
  • Able to listen intuitively
  • Positive attitude
  • Basic computer skills
  • Team player
  • Quick learner
  • Able to multi-task in a “think-on-your-feet” Call Center environment
  • Prompt and reliable

As an Equal Opportunity Employer it is our policy not to discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment based upon race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, disability, genetic characteristics, or any other attribute or characteristic protected by law.

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3553 Cahaba Beach Road
Birmingham, AL 35242


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