The Office of Student Services for the Public Health and Professional Degree Programs oversees the administrative operations of the Medical School’s graduate programs inclusive of admissions, registration, career services, and student services functions for about 1,000 plus students on the Boston Health Sciences Campus. The Office of the Registrar is a division of the Office of Student Services and is responsible for the management of registration functions, course scheduling and evaluation, information systems, grade reporting, the generation of transcripts, maintenance of student records, production of enrollment/statistical reports, graduation and commencement, and enrollment and degree verifications.
What You'll Do
The Associate Registrar is responsible for all daily operations of the Registrar's Office and is also involved in relevant long-term operations and planning. Primary responsibilities include student communications, degree auditing, course management, evaluations, course registration, cross-registration, transcripts, verification requests, creating/maintaining course schedules, and classroom assignments. In addition, this position is responsible for the office's regular technological needs, including providing faculty training on new functionality, technical support for course management systems, and overseeing the office’s website and online processes and forms.
What We're Looking For
- Knowledge and skills as typically acquired by a Bachelor’s degree and 5+ years experience.
- Database Management, Excel, Word, Outlook, Student Information Systems, Box, Data Reporting.
- Master’s degree.
- Knowledgeable of rules, regulations, and laws regarding student records and enrollment.
- Registrar experience in graduate or professional school setting is a plus.
- Possess solid analytical and problem-solving skills, strong attention to detail, ability to work both independently and collaboratively as needed, comfort working with various technology platforms, outstanding communication and organizational skills.
- Ability to work effectively with diverse populations, and excellent judgment.
- Must be enthusiastic and motivated and able to work with multiple constituencies – medical and graduate students, faculty, and staff on multiple campuses and at affiliated institutions.
Special Work Schedule Requirements:
May be asked to work evenings or weekends as it relates to student events e.g. open houses, information sessions etc. and commencement related activities.
An employee in this position must complete all appropriate background checks at the time of hire, promotion, or transfer.
Equal Opportunity Employer – minority/females/veterans/disability/sexual orientation/gender identity.