Assistant Director of Academic Affairs, Graduate School of Arts & Sciences Georgetown University
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Assistant Director of Academic Affairs, Graduate School of Arts & Sciences - Georgetown University
Georgetown's brings 200 years in education and formation to building programs that respond to the needs of our changing world. We are centered by values and preparing students to deepen their expertise, whether it be traditional or interdisciplinary degrees.
The Assistant Director of Academic Affairs, in one of two equivalent positions, splits responsibility for delivery of GSAS academic services to its students and to the faculty and staff of its graduate degree programs. They ensure appropriate monitoring of the GSAS students' academic progress, oversee all student records maintenance, place and remove registration blocks, and prepare reports on matriculated students for departments and for the Dean. Reporting to the Associate Dean of Academic Affairs, the Assistant Director of Academic Affairs has duties that include but are not limited to:
Records, Reporting and Analysis
Maintain records to ensure that the academic progress of all GSAS students is appropriately recorded and monitored, including both current and historical records - both paper and electronic formats; and provide access to these records as required by law and University policy
Work with the University Registrar to assure the accuracy of graduate student records in the central student information system
Regularly conduct reports, audits and analyses of academic progress for students across 100+ graduate programs
Record and report on issues identified during review and reporting exercises
Assist the Associate Dean to prepare enrollment reports for internal and external use
Work with graduate programs to codify and maintain their degree requirements in the Degree Works segment of the Banner student information system to support faculty advising function, student self-service advising, and degree clearance
Advising & Training
Train faculty and staff across 100+ programs on federal, institutional and school policies and procedures associated with graduate students' academic careers and holistic well-being
Advise faculty and staff on Graduate School and University academic policies and procedures; and implement and enforce these policies, including those concerning registration, degree program requirements, leaves of absence and return from leave, and grade changes
Coordinate preparations for the annual Commencement Ceremony - for example, preparing program preparation, posting of final grades and student degree clearance, determining which faculty members will participate in the ceremony and the roles that they will play, assembly and distribution of diploma packets, assembly of students to form the academic procession, and coordination of support staff during the ceremony
Share with the other Assistant Director in the supervision of regularly assigned student workers and for the coordination of student workers for peak work periods
Serve on University committees related to academic affairs and student services for graduate students
Participate in key Graduate School events
3 to4 years of experience working in an academic institution, preferably with enrolled students
Strong written and verbal communication skills
Ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously, to meet time-sensitive deadlines, and to set priorities
Ability to work well under pressure and function as a team player
Familiarity with student information systems
Strong attention to detail, reporting and analysis skills
Excellent customer service skills
Proficiency in general administrative software applications - for example, Microsoft Office, Google Apps, and Adobe Pro
Light web-editing skills
Experience training others on systems, policies and procedures
Graduate degree - completed or in progress
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