This position reports to the Associate Director, Technology and Operations Management, in MBA Registrar Services and provides support for new and ongoing technology projects.
Support for broad departmental technology innovation projects, including improvements to the student and course record databases (for example, joint program) and course selection process.
Additional support for integration with new Harvard University Student Information System (Oracle Campus Solutions), including identification of appropriate file structures to facilitate smooth data migration.
Oversight for transition to new course evaluation system (Explorance/Blue).
Oversight of project to transition alumni data and reporting to National Student Clearinghouse.
Support for departmental efforts related to
Bachelor's degree required and 5+ years experience in a technology and/or student services oriented environment is also required.
Advanced related degree preferred.
MS Word & Advanced Excel, database management and web development/maintenance skills required; Filemaker Pro, SQL. Ideal candidate is a skilled communicator and a supportive team player, detail-oriented, highly organized, dependable, an enthusiastic champion of new technologies, uses discretion in handling confidential material and has demonstrated a strong customer-oriented attitude. Familiarity with PeopleSoft, Canvas recommended.
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