Department:Office of Admissions Appointment Type and Duration:Regular, Ongoing Salary:$42,000 - $51,000 per year Compensation Band:OS-OA05-Fiscal Year 2018-2019 FTE:1.0
Minimum Requirements updated 06/26/2019
Application Review Begins Immediately, to ensure consideration apply by July 15, 2019; position open until filled
Special Instructions to Applicants A complete application includes the following: 1. A cover letter that clearly addresses the qualifications of the position and how you meet those qualifications. 2. A résumé that details educational and professional experience. 3. Three professional references.
Department Summary The Office of Admissions is responsible for attracting, recruiting, and enrolling a highly-qualified, diverse student body. It has overall responsibility for representing the university to prospective students and their families at a variety of venues including campus events, high schools and colleges in Oregon and throughout the United States, and at selected international locations. Guided by a strong commitment to excellent customer service, the office supports students throughout the application and enrollment process. Each year the office researches and responds to close to 100,000 inquiries related to the admissions process as well as evaluating approximately 30,000 applications for admission. The work is completed within University admission standards, policies, as well as related state and federal laws and regulations. Admission is offered to approximately 18,000 students and results in the enrollment of nearly 5,500 new undergraduates each year.
Position Summary The purpose of this position is to oversee and manage the overall data, systems, imaging, and technological needs of the Office of Admissions. This position creates, manages, and updates data reports and data processes for use in the various on campus systems (BANNER, Cognos, CampusNexus(TALISMA), Singularity and OnBase). Requiring in-depth knowledge of various on-campus systems and data load processes and the use of independent judgment to determine the validity of information and the development of future processes.
This position will supervise up to 4 staff members to include full-time and seasonal staff. Providing assigned staff with training, oversight, direction and evaluation.
Minimum Requirements • Bachelor's degree (an additional two years of work experience may be substituted for the BA). • Three years of professional work experience in a position that required administrative functions and/or office management.
Professional Competencies • Excellent oral and written communication skills; attention to detail. • Excellent computer and word processing skills and ability to create, update, and maintain electronic records. • Experience utilizing Banner (or other student information system (SIS)) and CampusNexus/TALISMA or another CRM specifically related to the data management and implementation of load processes. • Demonstrated organizational, problem-solving, project management, and time management skills. • Demonstrated ability to manage stressful or difficult situations in a calm, constructive, and professional manner, particularly as it relates to handling sensitive and/or confidential information. • Demonstrated overall commitment to promoting and enhancing diversity including the ability to communicate and work effectively with individuals from diverse backgrounds and cultures.
Preferred Qualifications • Experience working in higher education. • Two years of supervisory experience
All offers of employment are contingent upon successful completion of a background inquiry.
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