These entry-level professional registrar positions are
responsible for monitoring and maintaining database applications
and processes pertaining to one or more of the following areas of
specialization within the office of the University Registrar: Class
scheduling, transfer evaluation/articulation, degree clearance,
curriculum approval, registration, and academic records.
Directs workflow and assigns tasks to the office of the University
Registrar support staff.
A Senior Coordinator will have significant input in performance
evaluations of support staff.
Communicates policies, timelines, and deadlines with academic
departments regarding the business processes of the University
Registrar’s office and ensures that deadlines are met.
Addresses non-compliance with deadlines.
Ensures accuracy of data in Banner and supplemental systems.
Manages and troubleshoots University business systems and
provides guidance and training to faculty, department/division
administrators, and students on all campuses to facilitate use of
these systems and applications including, but not limited to,
Administrative Banner and Banner Self-Service, 25Live, PAVER,
Transferology, uAchieve, BI Publisher, CAT/CIM, Change of Program,
Change of Grade, and ROR.
Manages and programs for all campuses basic Banner and
integrated software processes and applications related to functions
such as semester/term development and scheduling, registration, end
of term closure, degree clearance and posting, course catalog
maintenance, degree audit, and transfer credit articulation and
Resolves complex or escalated issues for faculty, staff,
department/divisional administrators and students.
Performs testing of Banner and University business systems (noted
above) for upgrades, enhancements, and production issues. A senior
coordinator will perform and coordinate this testing.
Other duties as assigned.
To be considered for the Coordinator title:
Bachelor's degree plus one year of experience. Must possess strong
analytical, problem-solving, and communication skills congruent
with collaborative management style. Experience working within a
team environment. Experience with staff training and supervision
and experience in a Registrar’s Office or academic
division/departmental office including functions and practices
To be considered for the Senior Coordinator title:
Bachelor's degree plus three years of experience with increasing
responsibility. Must possess strong analytical, problem-solving,
and communication skills congruent with a collaborative management
style. Experience working within a team environment. Experience
with staff training and supervision and experience in a Registrar’s
Office or academic division/departmental office including functions
and practices strongly preferred.
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encourages applications from minorities, women, protected veterans
and individuals with disabilities. Miami University prohibits
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years or older), color, disability, gender identity or expression,
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pregnancy, race, religion, sex/gender, status as a parent or foster
parent, sexual orientation, or protected veteran status in its
application and admission processes, educational programs and
activities, facilities, programs or employment practices. Requests
for reasonable accommodations for disabilities related to
employment should be directed to ADAFacultyStaff@miamioh.edu or
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