The Assistant Registrar for Scheduling & Class Management is an integral team member in the Arts & Sciences Student Services and Admissions Office, a large and dynamic unit dedicated to delivering excellent service to students, faculty and staff. The office staff support a one-stop student services model for the college's 4,600 undergraduate students from time of admission to graduation. This position provides broad administrative support in the areas of class scheduling, class management, and programming.
The Assistant Registrar serves as the lead for class and scheduling-related activities, working closely with departments to support class setup and instruction. This requires effectively managing classroom scheduling each semester using university systems, including PeopleSoft, Course and Class Interface system (CCI), and 25Live; acting as the A&S College liaison with the Office of the University Registrar (OUR) regarding class and room technologies; and serving as lead staff for ongoing updates and maintenance of these systems. The Assistant Registrar is expected to learn and become an expert user in these systems providing class and room reports from PeopleSoft and 25Live for academic department and college needs.
Additional areas of responsibility are student record maintenance and special program support for the Summer Scholars Institute and the Mellon Mays Fellowship program. The Assistant Registrar manages front desk operations, including student worker assignments, to ensure consistent and high quality service to students, staff and faculty.
The Assistant Registrar reports to the Director of Administration, supports and collaborates with admissions, advising and registrar colleagues, serves as a resource to department undergraduate coordinators, and partners with staff in the Office of the University Registrar on class and room scheduling issues.
Associate's degree or equivalent; 2-4 years' of relevant experience or equivalent combination of both education and experience. Must be able to multi-task in a fast-paced environment. Strong organizational skills, attention to detail and ability to work well as part of a team, are required. Effective verbal and written communication skills are necessary. Experience in, or ability to quickly learn, scheduling systems, database management, and student information systems. Must be able to effectively prepare written memos/emails and handle confidential information.
Preferred Qualifications: Bachelor's degree, experience with PeopleSoft, 25Live scheduling system, and Salesforce. Knowledge of Cornell, and experience working in an academic unit.
Applications will be accepted through Friday, November 27th. To be considered, you must submit BOTH cover letter and resume. We have found it most helpful to save as one document prior to attaching.
No visa sponsorship or relocation assistance are provided for this position.
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