Performs managerial work providing direction and guidance in setting and achieving goals and objectives; developing policies; reviewing guidelines, procedures, rules, and regulations; establishing priorities, standards, and measurement tools for determining progress in meeting goals; coordinating and evaluating program activities; and establishing and monitoring budgets. May plan, assign, and supervise the work of others. Works under limited supervision with latitude for the use of initiative and independent judgment.
The Administrator is responsible for project management for the Associate Vice Provosts for Undergraduate Education and Student Affairs. This includes the coordination and functional implementation of Banner Communication Management ( BCM ) for the Division of Undergraduate Education and Student Affairs, as well as data preparation/analysis and reporting. The position will focus on projects concerning academic success and achievement, including early intervention and systematic tracking of undergraduate students. The Administrator position reports to the Associate Vice Provosts for Undergraduate Education and Student Affairs.
Areas of responsibility may include, but are not limited to the following:
The Administrator will be responsible for supporting/assisting the Associate Vice Provosts of Undergraduate Education and Student Affairs. Student success initiatives will be the primary focus, with supporting data analysis and reporting, for both general and specialized student cohorts, including at-risk students and Former Tech students.
Banner Communication Management ( BCM ) and the Student Retention Program ( SRP ) module will be utilized to develop tracking and communication flows.
The Administrator will partner with and promote university-wide student success efforts, including, but not limited to, offices of Transition and Engagement, University Career Center, Academic Colleges, University Student Housing/MapWorks, the Committee for Academic Advising and Retention, and other related areas.
The Administrator will be expected to as create, write and disseminate reports as needed. Generalist duties and responsibilities associated within the Offices of the Vice Provosts for Undergraduate Education and Student Affairs, and Transition & Engagement/Center for Campus Life areas are also expected. This includes serving on University or departmental committees as assigned, and participating in regional/national conferences as requested. Weekend and evening hours are required.
Other duties as assigned.
Bachelor’s degree in area of expertise or closely related area required. Three years of experience in planning, developing, or implementing programs/projects or research grants. Additional education may substitute for required experience on a year-for-year basis.
This is a Security Sensitive Level II Position: Applications for this position will be subject to a criminal background check and may be required to be fingerprinted. Applicants will be subject to drug and alcohol testing after a conditional offer of employment has been extended but before employment can be confirmed. The offer of employment is contingent upon the candidate passing the drug test. Employees in Level II positions are subject to a post-accident drug testing.
The individual should possess an extensive knowledge of specific computer software, including SQL , HMTL , Cognos and Microsoft Office. The individual must be familiar with institutional data and should have knowledge of various methods of data extraction and analysis, as well data warehouse and accountability systems. Must have the ability to analyze, organize, and report data and provide solutions to complex problems. The individual must be able to interpret the needs and policies of the institution and formulate procedures to effectively present information, orally, electronically and in writing.
Previous experience with or knowledge of Enterprise applications preferred. Previous experience in a higher education institution preferred. Prefer experience with Oracle databases and student information systems.
Ability to handle administrative details independently.
Ability to effectively communicate with various groups, students, faculty, staff, and community members.
Demonstrated ability in planning, implementation, marketing, and evaluation of complex programs and projects; proven problem solving abilities; demonstrated ability for working with broad range activities and the development of programs and services; excellent communication skills (written and verbal); demonstrated ability to prioritize and adapt to various University community needs.
The diverse nature of this position requires a professional with knowledge of and/or experience with student success programs on a college campus.
A Master’s degree is preferred.
Security Level (TTU only)
Does this position work in a research laboratory?
If yes, are select agents used in this laboratory?
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Special Instructions to Applicants
Please provide the following with your application:
• Cover Letter
• Letter of Recommendation
• Professional References
Hourly Pay Range
15.38 - 25.96
Monthly Pay Range
2666.67 - 4500.00
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