|Posting Number: YUSA-8627|
|Position Title: Records and Scheduling Analyst III|
|Department: Scheduling, Office of the Registrar|
|Salary: Annual salary of $54,534 will be prorated based on the number of weeks worked.|
|Duration: Temporary Full-Time|
|Hours: 8:30 am - 4:30 pm|
|Position Start Date: November 1, 2013 Position End Date: June 30, 2014|
Working in the Academic scheduling area, the Records and Scheduling Analyst is responsible for the: Housing of a student's academic records in hard copy format. In addition to the contents of the folder the Records and Scheduling Analyst will update the Student Information System (SIS) to ensure that the academic record is up to date and accurate. Maintenance, preservation, updating and managing of the official York University student record in all its aspects and dimensions, from admission through to graduation. Maintenance, preservation, updating and managing of the Course Access Specifications (CAS) in the Student Information System (SIS). Monitoring of space utilization at the Keele Campus, Accuracy of information at all levels while gathering and processing data or facts.
High School Diploma with some additional Post-Secondary studies.
Minimum 3 years' related work experience in a computerized academic student records environment; familiarity with academic policies and legislation and the ability to assimilate and apply academic records.
Excellent oral and written communication skills; excellent problem resolution skills; ability to search for anomalies and correct. Exercising good judgment; dealing courteously and effectively with people; exercising tact and diplomacy; attending accurately to detail; good organizational skills; ability to present academic information in an easily understand manner; cooperative and effective working relationships; working independently; performing effectively in small group or team situations; showing initiative, providing high level of service(s) to the community; ability to maintain confidentiality. Computer Skills Matrix: ADVANCED Operating systems (e.g. Microsoft Windows) Application Packages: word processing (e.g. Word,); Email ; Student Information System (e.g. PES, ADM, TRANS); WWW /Web Interface (e.g. Netscape, Internet Explorer, FrontPage. INTERMEDIATE: Database Management (e.g. Microsoft Access)-Application Packages spreadsheets (e.g. Excel); calendaring (e.g. Synchronize); schedulers (e.g. Schedule 25 and 25E). Hardware: PC Fundamentals; MAC Fundamentals; Printers; Modems.
|Cover Letter Required: Yes|
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