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Position Summary: The Associate Registrar is responsible for assisting in the leadership and administration of the Registrar’s Office, particularly in matters pertaining to a student’s academic record. This position requires an ability to identify, clarify, and resolve highly visible or complex issues.
Duties and Responsibilities (Essential Duties): ? Oversee all functionality related to academic records maintenance ? Conduct process review and implement improvements based on industry best practices ? Assist University Registrar with projects including participation on committees, providing analyses, and preparing reports ? Provide oversight for registration setup and modification ? Prepare monthly enrollment report to the National Student Clearinghouse ? Responsible for student enrollment updates, such as withdrawals and leave of absences ? Manage test score maintenance, including the loading of Advanced Placement test scores ? Supervise end of term clean-up and maintenance ? Provide training to a variety of constituencies, in order to sustain consistent operations. ? Perform other duties as assigned
Secondary Responsibilities: ? Serve as a secondary to the Office Coordinator
Minimum Qualifications (Education/Training and Experience Required): 1. Bachelor’s degree or commensurate number of years of education and experience. 2. Five (5) or more years’ experience in a higher education administrative office. 3. Excellent customer service and communication skills. 4. Demonstrated ability to make decisions based on objective data while applying complex regulations and institutional policies. 5. Demonstrated ability to manage time, work in a collaborative environment, and under specific deadlines.
Preferred Qualifications: 1. Master’s degree. 2. Registrar Office experience 3. Experience with Ellucian Banner Student modules. 4. Experience working with complex regulations and policies. 5. Experience with data reporting tools. 6. Experience with document management and workflow systems.
About Saint Joseph's University
For over 160 years, Saint Joseph’s University has been engaging men and women in a rigorous Jesuit education that empowers them to become leaders in their industries and communities. An expansive liberal arts curriculum that serves as a foundation for all students, combined with programs tailored to meet the needs of complex and evolving fields prepare students for all of their post-graduate pursuits. As a Jesuit institution, guided by a faith that promotes justice, Saint Joseph’s University educates for a higher purpose; service is central to the Jesuit identity, and students are expected to improve the common good by utilizing their skills and knowledge to promote tolerance, compassion and social justice.