This position reports to the Associate Director, Catalogue and Student Planning and is responsible for (a) creating new program degree audit templates, maintaining and updating program changes to templates, and maintaining student program adjustments for study abroad and transfer courses, AP, IB, and high school college courses/credits and (b) supports the development, production, and maintenance of the master course schedule including assigning classrooms for the main campus and two graduate centers.
Serves as a member of the degree audit and scheduling teams and collaborates with academic departments, Academic Advising, Dean's and department chairs. Facilitates changes to degree audits for individual students and program modifications and manages changes to the master course schedule. Notifies appropriate personnel when program changes in degree audit raise concerns with student progress toward degree. Develops methods, through reporting, to track student requirements in the Colleague, Degree Audit system. Responsible for understanding curriculum requirements and translating those into templates that support student planning and success.
Familiarity with degree audit and classroom scheduling systems Experience in programming degree audit templates and data entry of course and catalogue information Experience with and knowledge of University curriculum/ degree requirements and scheduling parameters Ability to communicate (orally and written) with a wide range of individuals and constituencies in a diverse community Experience in a service-oriented, technology-driven environment. Excellent time management, organizational, and project planning skills to meet critical deadlines and accurately complete assignments Well-developed research and analytical skills Demonstrated ability to work independently and on a team Ability to perform repetitive tasks and maintain attention to detail Excellent proofreading skills Ability to maintain a high level of data input accuracy Excellent interpersonal skills Possess strong customer orientation Ability to work in a changing, fast-paced environment and produce a high volume of work within established deadlines Ability to work with constant interruptions Ability to handle confidential information in a professional manner Knowledge of department and university policies, procedures, and practices and the ability to apply these policies in various situations Understanding and commitment to the mission and values of Loyola, a catholic Jesuit institution, as well as University goals of inclusion and diversity
Loyola University Maryland is a Jesuit, Catholic university committed to the educational and spiritual traditions of the Society of Jesus, and to the ideals of liberal education and the development of the whole person. The University is comprised of Loyola College, the Sellinger School of Business and Management, and the soon to be dedicated School of Education. Loyola also operates its Clinical Centers and has graduate campuses in Timonium and Columbia. The University, which grants bachelor's, master's and doctoral degrees, currently enrolls 3,500 undergraduate and 2,600 graduate students from 34 states and 20 countries. Loyola is open to students from all religious backgrounds.