Academic Affairs/Office of the Registrar
The Registrar will provide
leadership for advancing strategic initiatives with enrollment management and
enhancing services to effectively meet University goals and objectives. The Registrar is responsible for all facets of
the operations of the Registrar's office and works closely with academic
departments to offer courses, maintain the curriculum, implement academic
policy, set the academic calendar and oversee degree requirements.
and manages all activities pertaining to student registration, maintenance
of student academic records, degree audits, degrees awarded, diploma
production and distribution, management/maintenance of student records and
data integrity, processing grades, producing transcripts, and for
certifying enrollment and completion of degrees.
with staff and others to develop, apply, and maintain policies and
procedures to assure that registration and enrollment management services
are understandable, useful, and timely. Responsible for the annual
production of the academic catalog. Serve as the institution's FERPA
of compliance of federal laws and accreditation standards involving
student records and the integrity of the academic records.
policies, procedures, and actions match the catalog curriculum, and
university policies and procedures.
oversight and implements academic standards and policies governing student
status changes such as: probation, academic suspension, leaves of absence,
dismissal, and withdrawal.
the college catalog in conjunction with subordinate staff and the office
of Academic Affairs.
and certifies various institutional and external reports.
registration process for all new and continuing students is accurate and
the registrar's office on university committees as assigned.
Degree preferred with 3-5 years of progressive experience.
analytical skills to interpret data, identify trends, and anticipate
impacts of proposals on policy and practices.
applying established policy, procedure, standards to administrative computing
systems and to develop policy, procedures, standards, and guidelines.
background in the effective use of technology.
to create, implement and evaluate strategic plans, including formulating long
and short-term goals.
vision and ability to change processes as needed.
and communication skills to listen and interact effectively with diverse
to prepare written documents and reports and communicate technical and
to learn new computer applications and administrative software and apply
those skills effectively.
Review of applications will continue until the position is filled. Interested individuals are invited to apply. And, while we appreciate every applicant’s interest, only those under consideration will be contacted. Applicants are asked to submit a cover letter, curriculum vitae or resume, the names of three (3) professional references, and starting pay expectations to firstname.lastname@example.org or Office of Human Resources, Rivier University, 420 South Main Street, Nashua NH 03060. Rivier University is an Equal Opportunity Employer.