A newly established institution is looking for an experienced registrar. The institute registrar is to maintain the academic record of all students and plans and implements the registration process for classes.
He or she works with other administrators to coordinate times and locations for class meetings and resolve scheduling conflicts.
Other responsibilities include keeping records of all institute classes and curriculum prerequisites, determining students' graduation eligibility, planning commencement activities and preparing information such as honors lists, transcripts and class rankings.
Institute registrars might need to compile enrollment statistics and might advise students regarding loan and scholarship eligibility.
They might be responsible for collecting tuition and other related fees.
Often serving as the department head, a registrar might be responsible for developing and implementing a budget and recommending useful technological updates and implementations to create a more efficient work environment.
Registrars need to be familiar with institute academic policies when advising students on how to meet distribution and graduation requirements and resolving issues related to individual academic records, such as credit attribution.
The registrar must be familiar and comfortable with changing technology.
The Institute registrar should be able to work with a variety of people and have exceptional communication skills, including when collaborating with multiple institute departments.
He or she should be highly organized and be able to quickly adapt to change. An attention to detail is also necessary.
The registrar facilitates the movement of students through their programs, ensuring that records are properly kept, class scheduling is completed, and scholarship and grant information is disseminated.
Method of Application
Interested and qualified candidates should forward their CV to: firstname.lastname@example.org using the position as subject of email.