University of Regina
Date posted: 2012-11-28
University of Regina, Registrar
Reporting to: Associate Vice President, Student Services
Salary: $109, 584 - $164, 377
The University of Regina invites applications for the position of University Registrar.
The University seeks a strategic leader and experienced administrator with a record of success in enhancing the student experience through the implementation of best practice innovations to institutional policies, practices and systems.
The University Registrar provides vision and leadership in the areas of records, registration, transcription, electronic systems, visiting-student admissions, enrollments, university policies and regulations, curriculum, transfer credit, calendar and course-schedule production, appeals, course scheduling, classroom utilization and resource allocation. The Registrar ensures the adherence to academic regulations, preserves academic integrity, safeguards the security of academic records and manages the provision of effective, accessible efficient service to members of the university community. The Registrar also manages the implementation of appropriate technological and policy advances that affect all areas of the University.
The ideal candidate will have extensive management experience in administrative academic environments. Proven competence in leadership and problem solving in the delivery of registrarial services is required. The preferred candidate will also have the demonstrated ability to foster collaboration and build consensus across diverse groups including students, parents, faculty, academic advisors, IT professionals and other staff. Extensive and discriminating general knowledge of enterprise and student information systems, internet native registration and other technological applications providing service to clients is critical.
The successful candidate will demonstrate a commitment to a collegial and collaborative administrative leadership style, have a proven ability to think strategically, manage efficiently, and communicate effectively. Strong interpersonal and communication skills and project management skills are required to manage priorities and meet institutional deadlines and standards. Further requirements include a university degree with a Masters degree preferred. A minimum of 10 years experience at a university with a minimum of five years involvement with policy and procedures such as those supported by the Registrar's Office is required.
All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however, Canadians and permanent
residents will be given priority. The University of Regina is committed to achieving a representative workforce. Qualified diversity group members are encouraged to self identify on their application. While all responses are appreciated, only those applicants who will be invited for an interview will be contacted.
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