Reporting to the Registrar, provides management and leadership for the Scheduling and Enrolment Planning and Reporting areas of the Office of the Registrar to meet the service objectives of the College.
Develops new procedures/practices that utilize existing and new technologies, and to improve system applications and reporting processes.
Provides direction in the operational management of the College scheduling process by establishing realistic timelines, monitoring them, coordinating activities with Database, Registration and Admissions within the Registrar’s Office and SEM division. Ensures that the scheduling functions are operating smoothly and support the Web registration processes.
Provides leadership in the implementation of new processes/procedures/practices that are engaged and aligned with college-wide strategic projects as they pertain to scheduling and enrolment reporting and planning.
Manages and develops the scheduling processes for the College in order to provide learning focused student and faculty timetables by fully utilizing the College’s physical resources.
Manages and supervises Scheduling and Enrolment Reporting support staff.
Provides advice/consultation to the Academic staff resolving scheduling problems that may arise from new/changes in program delivery, new facilities requirements resulting from content changes.
Represents the Scheduling department on College-wide committees to ensure that new development, policies and/or processes are consistent with SEM and College objectives.
Responsible for reporting services from the Registrar’s Office and presents information in a structured and meaningful manner to support planning and decision-making and ensures the integrity of the information presented in the reports produced by his/her staff.
Works in partnership with Marketing, Communications, and Institutional Research to provide planning insights.
A degree or diploma from a recognized post-secondary institution in a relevant field.
At least five years’ relevant administrative supervisory experience in an educational environment.
A good understanding of scheduling principles, curriculum planning and delivery preferred.
Knowledge of database analysis and business information systems.
Experienced and knowledgeable in: budgeting, policy development, customer service, communication, consultation/advisement, project management, conflict resolution and risk assessment.
Knowledge of TPHi application software is an asset.
Strong analytical and problem solving skills are essential.
Effective interpersonal problems skills and ability to work as a team member.
Sound judgement and ability to assess and evaluate information in order to make decisions without guidelines or precedent are critical to the position.
Ability to demonstrate leadership in an academic environment with a diverse student and staff population.
The College requires proof of degrees, credentials or equivalencies from accredited regional or federal post secondary institutions and/or their international equivalents. Credentials may require validation at the time of interviews.
Please submit a resume and cover letter combined in one (1) document.
George Brown College is dedicated to employment equity and encourages applications from women, persons with disabilities, racial/visible minorities and aboriginal peoples.