The Department of Chemical and Petroleum Engineeringin the Schulich School of Engineering is currently seeking a Full-time Temporary Relief Undergrate Program Administrator for approximately 1 year.
Reporting to the Operations Manager, the Undergraduate Administrator administers all undergraduate processes at the department level. The incumbent will have frequent interaction with the Associate Head of Undergraduate Studies, Department Head, as well as faculty members and staff.
Working within a framework of established policies and procedures, the incumbent will be required to use a high degree of initiative and independent judgment to ensure accuracy and that deadlines are met. Strong organizational and communication skills are required as all tasks performed require close attention to detail and consistent follow-up. They will work closely with the Engineering Student Center and other SSE administration.
Summary of Key Responsibilities (job functions include but are not limited to):
- Ensure examination preparation, procedure, and grade collection to comply with University policies and regulations
- Collection of final examinations, grade sheets and seating lists, and ensure grades are entered and approved at end of each semester
- Work with the Disability Resource Centre regarding mid-term and final examination requirements for all students who have been granted special accommodations by the DRC within the department
- Responsible for course textbooks orders, desk copies and examination materials for each semester
- Collaborate with instructors to the schedule midterm examinations ensuring there are no conflicts between courses
- Coordinate the administration and collection of USRIs for department each semester
- Collect course outlines at the beginning of each semester for approval and maintain electronic course filing system
- Responsible for scheduling, without conflict, the laboratory space available within the department
- Provides administrative support to academic staff for Com-Media requests and room scheduling
- Collaborate with the Associate Head of Undergraduate Studies to ensure accurate completion of undergraduate timetables, and inputs timetable into PeopleSoft on an annual basis
- Responsible for problem solving and determining solutions regarding timetabling and scheduling
- Maintain instructor timetables and laboratory timetables (update and revise as necessary)
- Collaborate with instructors to book rooms for each course, prepare graduate timetables and enter the timetables into PeopleSoft on an annual basis
- As Department accreditation administrator manages the accreditation process for the department, including interpretation and application of the accreditation guidelines
Qualifications / Requirements:
- Post-secondary business administration certificate
- Minimum of 3-5 years of experience in a business environment, or, a combination of education and relevant experience, preferably in a university environment
- Excellent computer skills with demonstrated knowledge of MS Office applications
- Experience using Peoplesoft or a similar program is considered a strong asset
- Demonstrated strong organizational, communication and interpersonal skills
- Ability to work independently and as part of a team
Application Deadline: April 15, 2021
We would like to thank all applicants in advance for submitting their resumes. Please note, only those candidates chosen to continue on through the selection process will be contacted.
This position is part of the AUPE bargaining unit, and falls under the Specialist/Advisor Job Family, Phase II.
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