The Assistant Registrar for Curriculum and Reporting has principal responsibility for a state-of-the-art online interactive academic/administrative system, including system design, function, documentation and updating with focus on curriculum and reporting. This position provides oversight of the academic structure, catalog, and reporting processes for the Office of the University Registrar including supervision of staff responsible for these functions. The Assistant Registrar for Curriculum and Reporting serves as a resource to the University community regarding reporting and curriculum in ConnectCarolina, the student information system. The position is responsible for leading curriculum processes within the Office of the University Registrar. This includes, but is not limited to, oversight of academic structure updates in ConnectCarolina, management of curriculum-related interfaces, course and curriculum approval workflows, catalog updates, degree audit curriculum updates and adjustments and systems access to curriculum-related data. The position is responsible for leading reporting processes in the Office of the University Registrar. This includes documentation for processes, coordination of joint efforts necessary to complete requests, and working with campus partners, including ITS and Institutional Research to improve the reporting tools that are available to campus users. The position serves as a custodian of the student academic record and oversees the accurate application of university, state and federal regulations related to this. This position is expected to perform all duties in compliance with FERPA and all applicable university student record, data privacy, and data security policies. This position will also provide consultation to the Assistant Provost and University Registrar and the Sr. Associate University Registrar on both short-term and long-term planning for the office related to curriculum management and reporting and make recommendations that improve these areas.
Bachelor's degree and three years of experience in the area of assignment, of which at least one is supervisory or in a lead-worker capacity; or equivalent combination of training and experience. All degrees must be received from appropriately accredited institutions.
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