The SPS Admissions Office is seeking an individual to supervise the admissions application processing activities and staff: plan and implement annual applications' processing schedules, including the development and implementation of a calendar of operations for each department for which services are performed that outlines enrollment-related deadlines pertaining to admissions and registration. Provide ongoing training to staff in SPS Admissions Office and the SPS academic departments on the online application process and other admissions systems. Develop, analyze and present reports on admissions and prospective and admitted students. Develop and implement office policies and procedures and recommend changes. Ensure that admissions information is updated on the website; make recommendations for changes that will benefit prospective students. Serve as the liaison between the Admissions Office and the SPS Web Communications Team, and on-line application vendor.
2 years' related experience with high-volume data processing operations and staff supervision or equivalent combination of education and experience.
Admissions experience in higher education or an education environment using PeopleSoft.
Required Skills, Knowledge and Abilities:
Excellent project management, organizational, interpersonal, written and verbal communication skills. Ability to define report queries in a database environment. Working knowledge of standard office software including Microsoft Word and Excel.
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