Maintains the transfer articulation database for all undergraduate and graduate-level courses.
Maintains data integrity and cleans complex databases containing transfer institutions and coursework; runs regular reports to identify duplicate and inaccurate data.
Coordinates the definition and maintenance of database structure and content for transfer academic requirements.
Encodes and maintains transfer articulation tables.
Develops, maintains, and documents transfer articulation process and procedures.
Researches, develops, and produces printed and online transfer articulation publications.
Develops and regularly maintains transfer guides and transfer course equivalency guides.
Serves as both a leader and participant in the Transfer Working Group and liaison with CORE curriculum committee.
Collaborates with academic administration (Office of the Provost, school deans, department chairs, etc.) and faculty across all campuses to ensure incoming transfer courses meet University learning objectives as curriculum changes.
Works with academic advisors, college deans, academic departments, University administrative offices, and transferring higher education institutions to ensure the accuracy of all transfer curriculum data.
Assists in the coordination and the maintenance of articulation agreements, dual admission agreements, and transfer agreements.
Works with colleagues at partner institutions to facilitate articulation initiatives and resolve articulation issues.
Works with all departments on campus on a regular basis, both academic and administrative, to ensure that articulation issues are resolved in a timely manner.
Resolves transfer credit evaluation issues for students, faculty, and staff.
Undertakes other needed duties as assigned by the area manager.
Travels between campuses and attendance at conferences is required.
Conducts quality assurance tasks on student transcripts for transfer equivalencies and general education requirements, posts credits to individual records, and ensures that all information is communicated to the student.
Five or more years of experience in articulation and transfer, academic advising, admissions, credit evaluation, or similar function that requires a broad understanding of curriculum and coursework.
Demonstrated experience with university information systems (e.g., Banner, Slate, CourseLeaf, Degree Works, 25 Live).
Excellent knowledge of MS Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.
Familiarity and aptitude with social media platforms.
Familiarity with higher education curricula
Must be extremely well organized and independent, able to follow through on projects and assignments with minimal supervision.
Must be able to represent the Office of Academic Records and the University Registrar in a highly professional manner.
Must be comfortable working with technical information and collaborating with IT professionals
Must possess a flexible and easygoing demeanor for addressing the needs of students, deans, and faculty courteously, diplomatically, and collegially, always with the utmost confidentiality.
Detail-oriented and ability to strategically prioritize.
Superior oral and written communication skills (demonstrated writing ability is required).
Available for evening and weekend hours as needed.
Internal Number: A09460
About Fordham University
Fordham Founded in 1841, Fordham is the Jesuit University of New York, offering an exceptional education distinguished by the Jesuit tradition to more than 16,000 students in its 9 colleges and schools. It has residential campuses in the Bronx and Manhattan, a campus in West Harrison, N.Y., the Louis Calder Center Biological Field Station in Armonk, N.Y., and the London Centre in the United kingdom.