Office of the Registrar
The University of Maryland
Eastern Shore invites resumes for a full-time, twelve month, grant-funded,
exempt position. Continuation of the position will be contingent on renewal of
the Title III funds. The position will report to the Registrar.
Responsibilities: Prepare and review degree audits of graduating seniors;
analyze undergraduate student enrollment via PeopleSoft Degree Audit System;
process course waivers and course substitutions, grade changes, university
withdrawals; assist in facilitating the registration process; notify students,
department chairs, deans, financial aid office, residence life of students’
academic status; assist in coordinating SEVIS activities; notify students,
department chairs, deans, financial aid offices, residence life of students’
academic status; process enrollment and graduation
verifications/certifications; work in close collaboration with
admissions, financial aid, student accounts, academic and student affairs
personnel units; maintain quality standards of operation using established
protocol, policies, procedures and regulations; serve on various university
committees; and participate in university-wide planning. Performs other related
duties as assigned.
Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree required with a minimum of
five years experience in higher education. Experience in a student enrollment
discipline required. Experience with an integrated information system required.
Administrative/leadership experience required. Strong communication,
organizational, management, and interpersonal skills required.
will be accepted until the position is filled. Qualified applicants should
submit cover letter, resume and have three letters of professional references
sent directly by reference to:
Department of Human Resources
University of Maryland
Princess Anne, MD 21853
Note: Individuals with degrees outside of the US
may be subject to verification. Verification of degree is the responsibility of
UMES is an EEO/AA employer. The successful candidate
must be able to show acceptable documentation establishing the right to accept
employment in the United States of America. Minorities, women and persons with
disabilities are encouraged to apply.