The Student Record Coordinator is responsible for the cumulative maintenance of the student record which requires a comprehensive understanding of Brown's curriculum, degree requirements, transfer credit policies, and student status to ensure that records are accurately maintained, and to provide the foundation to explain these processes to others-students, parents, faculty and administrators-and the ability to trouble shoot and correct errors when they occur. In addition, this position will be primarily responsible for the flagging and clearance of probable undergraduate degree candidates for commencement, and require a general understanding of the graduate and medical student record keeping and clearance process as well.
Associate's degree and 2 - 3 years of administrative experience, or the equivalent combination of education and experience
Comprehensive understanding or capacity to learn the Brown curriculum, academic policies and procedures and regulations that support degree requirements, tuition requirements, workload, academic standing, and student status preferred.
Effective communication skills to explain involved practices to all constituents (students, faculty, staff, parents) in a prompt, accurate, and courteous manner
Strong organizational and analytical skills
Strong computing skills including the ability to learn electronic students record system, databases, pdf, and spreadsheets. Banner, Peoplesoft or other similar system experience preferred.
Flexibility to work overtime hours during peak periods (typically pre-registration and late spring for commencement, etc.)
Ability to work independently, and as a strong team member.
Background check - Criminal and education
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Student Record Coordinator
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