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Baltimore, MD (US)
Notre Dame of MD University
Jun 01, 2017 (Expired Remaining)

Notre Dame of Maryland University is seeking an experienced Registrar that will provide overall leadership in the Office of the Registrar, including the planning, organization and management of all activities related to student academic records. The Registrar is responsible for  overseeing academic registration processes, creating semester schedules, examination schedules, and degree audit check lists. This position will also perform graduation audits, contribute to the compilation of University catalogs, and serve on University committees as assigned.  In keeping with the University mission, the Registrar enforces the academic policies of the University, including adherence to FERPA guidelines, with accuracy, timeliness, and student-centered professionalism.

As steward of student records, the Registrar creates, safeguards, and preserves academic records; ensures adherence to policy and regulatory requirements; collects and analyzes critical data; and promotes data-informed strategic planning, decision making, and technology-based solutions.

The Registrar supervises the staff of the registrar's office and reports to the Vice President for Academic Affairs.

The successful candidate will have a master's degree, with a minimum of five to seven years of management or supervisory level experience in a comprehensive registrar's office. Strong leadership and management skills, with the ability to keep both the strategic picture and operational details at the forefront are essential.  Candidates need experience with integrated student databases (Ellucian knowledge preferred) and the ability to harness technology to improve service delivery.  This position requires strong skills in organization, management, communication, and problem-solving with the ability to evaluate and assess policies and systems and to facilitate change processes. Candidates must have the ability to lead with integrity and transparency, and possess a vision for strengthening service through the integration of best practices and ongoing staff training and development.  Familiarity with undergraduate, graduate, and professional degree programs is required as is evidence of highly developed analytical, technical, and communication abilities.

Successful candidates will have experience with developing and interpreting policy statements, contributing to task force and committee assignments, and coordinating policy implementation with other administrators and with faculty committees. Close familiarity with AACRAO, NASFA and FERPA policies and guidelines is essential.  Candidates should possess a strong belief in student-focused processes and procedures, along with a commitment to outstanding service, and an understanding of small college work environment.

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