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*This is an Exempt position. Employees in this position are paid a salary on a monthly basis and are not eligible to receive overtime pay.

JOB DESCRIPTION: Directs the activities associated with the student registration process for a large school or college. Determines course availability and location and prepares class schedules each semester. Manages the degree audit process and certifies candidates for graduation in conjunction with the university Registrar's Office. Manages computer based information systems associated with registration and records. Oversees the development of new computing capabilities and ensures the preparation of departmental reports. Develops registration and drop/add procedures and communicates to staff and students. Is knowledgeable of financial aid regulations associated with school's curriculum. Works with the International Student & Scholar Programs office to ensure proper documentation for Emory student abroad students and international students attending Emory. Coordinates the registration and graduation process with other Emory schools for dual degree programs. Hires, trains and supervises staff and student employees. Performs related responsibilities as required.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: A bachelor's degree in the school's area of specialty or a related field. Five years of experience working with student records. A working knowledge of student registration and computerized student records information systems.

The above statements are intended to describe the work being performed by people assigned to this job. They are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and skills required of the personnel so classified.


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