Under the general direction of the Director for Admissions, the Associate Director for Systems and Technology has broad programmatic and technical responsibility for the management, development, direction, and monitoring of Enrollment Management integrated systems. The individual in this role will have primary responsibility for managing the Slate CRM system, as well as serving as project manager for any additional system implementations.
Additionally, the Director has programmatic and technical responsibility for the management, development, direction, and monitoring of all Admission technologies including, but not limited to Ellucian Banner and OnBase.
Bachelor's Degree in Higher Education, Information Systems, or Communication.
Minimum of 5-7 years of demonstrated leadership in an educational setting.
Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
Familiarity and demonstrated use of student information systems/software.
Excellent leadership skills and the ability to effectively apply management and administrative principles to supervise and manage a diverse staff and a complex program. Strong strategic planning skills.
Ability to independently manage and implement highly complex projects and business solutions with broad scope and impact. Ability to understand and analyze complex problems from a broad, proactive perspective.
Ability to organize, train, instruct, and evaluate the productivity and performance of employees. Ability to analyze individual situations and take corrective action.
Ability to handle multiple demands, priorities and/or deadlines simultaneously, and to work independently and with significant autonomy. Ability to exercise a high level of independent thinking, creativity, and innovation.
Possess and demonstrate excellent communication skills.
Master's Degree in Higher Education, Information Systems, or Communication.
Demonstrated knowledge of, and facility with, a variety of software applications including: Slate, Google applications, and Student Information Systems (preferably Banner).
Ability to effectively manage responsibilities through delegation, supervision, coordination, and participation.
Ability to work collaboratively and under limited time pressures with colleagues.
Internal Number: 33845
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