Assistant Director of Records and Registration, Curriculum
Western Piedmont Comm College
Location: Morganton, North Carolina
Salary: ($2,843 – 3,554/monthly)
Higher Education Institution
Brief Description of Position: Under the general direction of the Dean of Student Services, this position is a direct support position to the Dean for areas such as internal audits, state and federal reports, and faculty/staff training for Curriculum.
Responsible for all registration, schedule adjustment, and beginning/end of term processes for Curriculum classes.
Coordinate, implement, and audit all records for Curriculum students including Career College Promise (CCP) and Burke Middle College (BMC).
Maintain statistical records for reports on attendance, withdrawals, non-achievement (academic probation), and related areas.
Evaluate all graduation petitions.
Management of admissions application via College Foundation of North Carolina.
Management of and WPCC liaison for Residency Determination Services.
Assist in recruiting and in liaison activities with high schools and outside agencies.
Organize and direct student registration procedures for curriculum programs.
Manage curriculum staff with technical processes of admission applications.
Maintain knowledge of the Combined Course Library and Programs of Study.
Maintain knowledge of all records and registration functions for CU.
Monitor degree audit reports/evaluations and course substitutions for graduation.
Provide FERPA and records training for faculty and staff as needed.
Coordinate annual assessments for CU Records and Registration.
Keep abreast of best practices for Records, registration, admissions and recruiting.
Perform other duties as assigned by the Dean of Student Services.
Salary: Hiring Range – Minimum to Midpoint ($2,843 – 3,554/monthly)
Western Piedmont Community College’s mission is to provide accessible, high-quality education that improves lives and promotes growth in our community offering over 100 Associate Degrees, Diplomas, and Certificates through 40 programs. Our vision is to become Burke County’s educational institution of choice where exemplary faculty and staff offer cutting edge programs of study in an inclusive environment thereby meeting local citizens’ educational needs which will foster regional economic growth. Western Piedmont Community College is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges to award associate degrees.