The Degree and Transfer Evaluation Coordinator is a full time, 12-month Administrative Professional position within the Registrar’s Office, Division of Enrollment and Access.
The Degree Analyst serves as the primary liaison for a specific set of colleges and departments and completes evaluation of domestic and international credentials, at the undergraduate level. Transfer Evaluation and Degree Completion requirement processing requires looking at each situation to decide on the best approach for the circumstances; while continuing to be fair and consistent, within the policies and procedures in place.
This position is responsible for handling all types of transfer evaluation. Evaluation of post-secondary credentials requires both a subjective and objective review. This includes being creative and comparing concepts and framework. In addition, the position will be one of three primary staff handling undergraduate International transfer evaluation. This type of evaluation requires a detail oriented individual that can handle specialty analysis and evaluation for both the course content and the grading and credit practices of the foreign institution. Decisions must be made that are the best approach in each and every evaluation as every institution and country is different. This position must apply theories and principles to all areas pertaining to transfer evaluation processes to decide on the best approach for the circumstances.
This position also has the program responsibility to serve as a primary liaison to a specific specialty group/process (the Athletic Department pertaining to tentative transfer evaluations for student-athletes; Track III participants; CE/RI students needing to admit as degree seeking to graduate; University Honors and Discipline Honors processing; the Transfer Student Center and the Division of Continuing Education, etc…) regarding evaluation and degree completion requirements. As a professional employee, it is expected that the staff member will attend professional development workshops and/or professional organization conferences and handle additional duties as assigned.
The selected candidate is one who will be comfortable working with complex student issues and a person who is able to collaborate with a wide range of University employees. This individual must strive for excellence, accuracy and have a passion for solving problems in a team environment.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: ONE of the following required: • Bachelor’s degree; OR • Two years of full-time work experience in a University Registrar’s Office, Admissions, or other Academic Services area
PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: • A minimum of two years of experience with domestic post-secondary evaluation of credit • Experience at a large research university working with a complex mix of programs of study • Knowledge, understanding and experience working with administrative student information systems: preferably Ellucian (SunGard) Banner systems (Banner Student, Banner Document Management and Banner Workflow) and CollegeSource products: TES, DARS – u.achieve (Degree Audit Reporting System), u.direct, and u.select/transferology • Experience providing presentations and trainings to groups of campus faculty and staff • Problem-solving ability and creativity when working with undergraduate student populations • Demonstrated ability to engage campus departments in a collaborative approach to enhance student success • Excellent communication skills, including interpersonal, presentation, and writing skills; and strong attention to detail • Demonstrated knowledge of, and relevant ability with, culturally diverse communities among potential target and constituent populations
START DATE: approximately June 16, 2014
For full consideration, materials must be received by 7:00 a.m. MDT on Monday, April 28, 2014. However, applications will be accepted until the position is filled. To apply, submit a cover letter describing experience and qualifications as related to duties and responsibilities of this position, a résumé including work experience and education, and phone numbers and e-mail addresses for three professional references. References will not be contacted without prior notification of candidates.
Applications should be submitted electronically as a single Microsoft Word or PDF attachment. Please do not include multiple attachments. Complete applications should be sent to Beverly.Munroe@colostate.edu.
Address inquiries to: Beverly Munroe Search Committee Support Beverly.Munroe@colostate.edu 970.491.0517
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