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In consultation with department management, Instructional Scheduling Coordinator will use professional concepts in drafting department schedule for courses and related events, seminars, and special events, taking into consideration faculty leaves, preferences, and faculty course load, classroom availability, and enrollment figures. Schedule may be reviewed to ensure it meets the needs of students for degree progression. Independently obtains classrooms for courses taking into account the requirements and restrictions of the Campus Scheduling Office.
In conjunction with the Manager of Instructional Services & Student Enrichment, the Instructional Scheduling Coordinator is responsible for the complex coordination and administration of the Division of Biological Sciences' quarterly and summer course schedule and all related tasks. Serves as primary liaison between the Division and the Registrar's Office as it relates to course scheduling, as well as the Campus Bookstore and various publishing representatives, as it relates to course materials.
Responsibilities also include, but are not limited to: advising faculty, instructors, staff, students, and visitors on university and division policies and procedures as well as participation in strategic planning of short-term and long-term unit and Divisional goals and objectives.
Overtime may be required.
Proven understanding of University rules and regulations. Knowledge of University policies related to all aspects of student services including, but not limited to: confidentiality, advising students, and services available to students through campus departments and agencies.
Demonstrated knowledge of Registrar's regulations and procedures for scheduling, registration, enrollment, and grading.
Demonstrated knowledge of university policies, procedures, and directives. Knowledge of school and college general and major course requirements.
Proven ability in problem identification, reasoning, and analysis to identify trends. Ability to organize and analyze a variety of information, data, and objectives to make strategic recommendations. Ability to find solutions to conflicting situations.
Strong negotiation, problem-solving, and decision-making skills with ability to act quickly and independently. Exercise sound judgment with the acumen and sensitivity to identify those decisions and activities which require higher level consultation and/or group collaboration.
High proficiency in working in electronic environment using applications, web browsers, and other database management systems. Must have the ability and willingness to increase and update knowledge and skills as needed to meet the direction of the Division.
Skills in service orientation, organization, active listening, and critical thinking. Ability to deal with people in crisis in a professional and concerned manner and ability to effectively listen, advise, counsel and interact with diverse personalities using tact, diplomacy, flexibility, and patience.
Job offer is contingent upon a satisfactory clearance based on background check results.
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