The SIS Analyst will be part of a team responsible for administering the Banner student information system (SIS) for use by the campus community. The team member must have strong communication skills, both written and verbal, as evidenced by the ability to facilitate discussion and interpret business needs from end-users in order to translate those needs into technical specifications and communicate those requirements to Division of Information Technology partners. This position serves as a resource for other professional staff across campus and works closely with the Division of Information Technology; the Office of Financial Aid; Accounts Receivable Operations; Admissions, Institutional Research, Planning and Effectiveness; the Graduate School; academic departments; and other areas where student information is used. Colorado State University Pueblo is integrated into the SIS ecosystem and this position will provide support to CSU Pueblo as needed.
NOTE: This position is eligible for a hybrid work arrangement after a period of onboarding and training.
For full consideration, all applicants must apply at Colorado State University Jobs website. Posting closes December 4, 2023.
All required job qualifications must be referenced in application materials to be considered for this position. The following items are required:
A bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution of higher education in a field that emphasizes analysis and critical thinking skills.
Two or more years of experience working full-time in the Office of the Registrar or enrollment services department, or position supporting enrollment and student success at an institution of higher education.
Strong written communication skills as demonstrated in application materials.
Demonstrated attention to detail as exhibited in application materials.
Personal and professional commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) as demonstrated by active engagement in any of the following areas: creating inclusive training practices or operating procedures; participating in DEI trainings, professional development, or service opportunities; ensuring data integrity that supports constituents across identity groups; diverse constituents; or fostering welcoming and inclusive work environments for colleagues, students, faculty, or staff from historically marginalized and underrepresented or excluded populations.
Preferred qualifications are not required to be considered for this position but are highly desired. Preferred qualifications include:
One or more years working full-time with the Ellucian Banner Student modules (such as registration, academic history, class scheduling, catalog, accounts receivable, etc.)
Strong verbal communication skills as demonstrated during interview process.
Demonstrated experience with relational database management systems (such as Oracle and/or Microsoft SQL Server). Experience must include knowledge of data structures and writing SQL queries.
Strong interpersonal communication skills as demonstrated by respectful and effective interactions with constituencies across identity groups including but not limited to students, faculty, staff, and vendors at all levels.
Knowledge of, or experience with: Requirements collection and documentation, Business rules analysis, Modeling processes (use cases, activity diagrams, flow charts, swim-lane process diagrams, etc.).
Demonstrated ability to generate process documentation.
Experience working on collaborative projects and building relationships with both internal and external constituents.
Demonstrated ability to design comprehensive test scenarios.
Ability to multitask and prioritize in a fast-paced environment.
Experience providing a high volume of customer service; ability to manage multiple computer programs/screens quickly and efficiently.
Colorado State University is not just a workplace; it’s a thriving community that’s transforming lives and improving the human condition through world-class teaching, research, and service. With a robust benefits package, collaborative atmosphere, commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion, and focus on work-life balance, CSU is where you can thrive, grow, and make a lasting impact.
The Office of the Registrar provides leadership and service in student enrollment and academic record management that supports recruitment, retention, and graduation goals of Colorado State University. The Office of the Registrar values Students, CSU’s Principles of Community, Collaboration, and our Employees. Based on our goals, values, and our commitment to inclusive excellence, the Office of the Registrar seeks to hire team members who demonstrate a positive attitude, a passion for producing quality work, an interest in serving as an educator, a commitment to treating others with respect and an internal motivation for doing the work we do.