As the only graduate school of nutrition in North America, the Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy provides cutting-edge research and education from individuals to food systems, and from genetics to policy. Read about our pledge to diversity and inclusion, celebrate our wins with us, and look at our goals. You’ll be joining a leading institution for evidence-based nutrition education, research, and public impact.
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What You'll Do
The Registrar for the Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy reports to the Assistant Dean of Student Affairs and oversees all functions and activities of the Registrar’s Office including management of student academic records, registration, course scheduling, evaluations, grade audits, performing enrollment projections and analyzing trends, degree tracking, enrollment verification, graduation certification, scholarship database, reporting, FERPA & VA compliance, and production of transcripts and diplomas. The Registrar also works closely with the Dean for Academic Affairs, Department Chairs and Program Directors to collaborate on academic advising, reports, trends in academic courses, academic policies and procedures and other Friedman initiatives. The Registrar will also handle the below duties:
- Ensure the integrity and confidentiality of academic records
- Manage student information system and supervise staff
- Support students through informal advising
- Facilitate student access to databases and collaborates and trains departments and advisors on systems and policies
- Play a pivotal role in the planning of activities supported by the Office of Student Affairs and supporting and training student affairs staff in data reporting and management
Minimum $84,400.00, Midpoint $105,550.00, Maximum $126,700.00
Salary is based on related experience, expertise, and internal equity; generally, new hires can expect pay between the minimum and midpoint of the range.