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Led by the Director of Admissions, the Office of Admissions is housed in a multi-unit Enrollment Management (EM) department within the Division of Student Affairs, under the direction of the Associate Vice Chancellor. EM is comprised of seven high-profile, core functional units including: the Office of Admissions, the Office of the Registrar, Financial Aid & Scholarships Office, Student Affairs Technology Services (SATS), Creative & Analytical Services, Cal-SOAP, Parent & Family Programs; plus the Business Office. EM's core functions oversee undergraduate admissions, continuing student enrollment management and financial aid and scholarship management.
The Office of Admissions leads the university's efforts to identify, recruit, admit and enroll the next generation of UC San Diego Tritons with particular focus on talented, academically capable, California students, representative of the diversity of the people of California. The mission of the office includes increasing the visibility of UC San Diego in California, the nation and world, through marketing and on- and off- campus recruitment activities to prospective freshmen and transfer students and their families; school counselors; community college leaders and advisors; community based organizations; and educational organizations serving groups historically underrepresented on our campus. The Office of Admissions hosts more than 80,000 visitors and receives, processes, and reviews over 106,000 applications for admission annually. The office works collaboratively with on-and off- campus partners to achieve university goals.
Under the general direction of the Associate Director of Operations, the Senior Business Process and Data Analyst applies skills as a seasoned, experienced professional with a full understanding of industry-wide business process and analysis practices and organizational policies and procedures in the design, creation, development, and administration of EM large and complex data systems. Establishes effective data business practice standards and data integrity pertinent to the data systems maintained with the Office of Admissions including the Admissions module in ISIS campus mainframe, Data Warehouse, and the CRM, Slate.
Analyzes, develops, and implements programs, batch processes and application scripts to support operations of EM, UCOP data requirements, and UCOP admissions input files. Supports Customer Relationship Management (CRM), Slate, development, QA, data validation, prospect and applicant data management. Re-engineers business processes and workflows from current homegrown systems to new business processes within Slate in consultation with lead data analysts and developers requiring integration with other data systems. Creates various ad hoc reports, data extracts and collaborate with various IT, Registrar, Admissions, and other campus office departments and personnel on various tasks and projects for systems integration.
Resolves a wide range of business process issues of moderate to complex scope, providing user support for requests and/or scheduled data extract, data validation and data reporting needs; provide support regarding mainframe applications and batch processing where and when needed within EM, SATS, ITS, ISIS, DataWarehouse and SLATE, ensuring synchronicity among platforms. Serves as back up to Operations' data analysts. Ensures that programming quality standards are met and that all aspects of data systems and applications are well tested and documented; provides Departmental Security Administrator support; provides end user technical support in troubleshooting errors when using Admissions data systems.
Overtime (evenings/weekends) during peak periods.
A complete application includes a resume and cover letter.
Knowledge of Structured Query Language (SQL.). Knowledge of the structures of the SQLDSE/Darwin/SQL server. Knowledge of and ability to use software utilities, including: MS SQL Server/Management, Studio/Visio; TSO/IBM Mainframe; Ultra Edit; FTP; WS/FTP.
Knowledge of CRM data management and workflow processes, such as SLATE, preferred.
Demonstrated experience with large database structures and ability to work with them to produce reports and data files.
In-depth understanding and skill in process and systems requirement documentation standards, such as
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