Director for Catalog and Curriculum


DEPARTMENT

Enrollment Services


POSITION SUMMARY

The Director for Catalog and Curriculum reports directly to the Assistant Vice President for Enrollment Services and is responsible for the Course Catalog – all sections/components, all Programs of Study, the University Bulletin, the Schedule of Courses, and the maintenance of those modules of PeopleSoft, the University's student information system, supporting those functions. The position requires extreme attention to detail, accuracy, and ethical decision making. The Director has a thorough understanding of higher education best practices regarding courses, curricula, and scheduling and their impact on not only the academic integrity of the institution but also the overall service and retention of students. Position requires an extensive knowledge of PeopleSoft, Ad Astra Scheduling, and Singularity Imaging Systems and has the ability to troubleshoot problems and understand the functions such that when problems occur, the individual can have immediate input in how to fix them. Additionally, Director is responsible for testing, processing data, general system data maintenance, query writing, training, and reporting.


RESPONSIBILITIES

• Responsible for the University Catalog, Programs of Study, the University Bulletin, the Schedule of Courses, and other duties, as assigned. • Serves as the Office of Enrollment Services representative to University Senate or other academic curricular issues. Specific responsibilities include but are not limited to: University Senate Courses and Curricula Committee, General Education Committee, and Academic Standards and Processes Committee. • Interacts with all levels of university faculty and administrators supporting all academic functions but most specifically, the Registrar, Admissions, Student Financial Aid, and Institutional Research. • Serves as liaison with the Regents, ULS, and Legislative auditors. • Interacts with University Computing concerning system issues. • Monitors for completeness records in PeopleSoft. • Monitors record adjustments made within the Office of the Registrar. • Oversight of correction data. • Writes and runs queries to support activities within the Office of Enrollment Services. • Supports traditional academic services to include but not be limited to: student registration appointments, student group processing, enrollment verification reporting, midterm and final grade reporting, end of term processing, and graduation. • Reports enrollment data on a specified schedule to national agencies for federal reporting.


REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS

Master's degree from a regionally accredited college or university. A minimum of five years of experience within a registrar's office or Academic Affairs. Extensive knowledge of PeopleSoft, Singularity Imaging System, and Ad Astra Scheduling. Desired Qualifications: Strong investigative, problem solving and analytical skills; the ability to multi-task to meet critical deadlines and numerous priorities, as well as strong writing and verbal communication skills. SALARY: Commensurate with qualifications and experience.


DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS


SALARY

Commensurate with qualifications and experience.


DATE POSTED

05/03/2017


CLOSING DATE

Position will remain open until filled.


POSITION NUMBER

3755

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