The Associate University Registrar, reporting to the University Registrar, provides leadership, support and management in the daily operations of the Registrar's Office; shares responsibility for the accuracy, integrity, privacy and security of all academic records. The Associate University Registrar works together with the University Registrar to ensure compliance with published policies and procedures while providing outstanding customer service to students, staff, faculty and the larger community. The University is in the process of implementing the student records module of the ERP system to improve efficiency.
Principle Duties and Responsibilities
- Serve as the lead to the department's Assistant and Associate Registrars
- Oversee daily activities of the Registrar's Office including staff development and training, monitoring progress of major projects to maintain/improve department performance
- Coordinate the maintenance of the Registrar's Office calendar
- Liaison to academic officials concerning University policy/procedures and compliance using state, federal and best practice guidelines
- Oversee and direct the implementation of policy, procedure and curriculum changes made by the Graduate and Undergraduate Curriculum Committee including SIS and catalog updates
- Ensures the quality control and the management and maintenance of student academic records
- Assist with system implementation activities
- Assist in resolving system and customer service issues pertaining to student records and registration
- Assist with the documentation of records functions for students, faculty and staff
- Work closely with The University Registrar to enhance efficiency by assessing and evaluating policies/procedures in alignment with the University's strategic plans
- Administer Registrar activities related to Title IV
- Other duties as assigned
- Bachelor's degree required Master's preferred
- Eight - ten years' experience working in a Registrar's Office
- Experience with a student information system required
- Previous supervisory experience required
- Prior experience with the implementation of ERP student information systems is a plus
- Record retention policies; data privacy policies and procedures (FERPA); generally accepted AACRAO guidelines, federal, state and regulatory requirements; academic policies and procedure
Skills and Abilities
Strong computer software skills, including experience with a student information system; ability to work independently on multiple tasks with a high degree of accuracy; ability to work as an effective member of a team; ability to manage, direct and supervise staff; strong leadership, interpersonal, organizational, written and oral communication skills; extreme attention to detail.
Office of the Registrar
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