Program Assistant Jobs Vacancy in Durham College Oshawa
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Durham College is an equal opportunity employer and welcomes applications from qualified individuals, including members of visible minorities, Aboriginal peoples and persons with disabilities.
COMPETITION NO. SS18-71
NEW POSITION () FULL TIME (X)
REPLACEMENT () PART TIME ()
TEMPORARY (X) October 2018 – March 2019
Salary: Starting Rate: $24.63; Four Year Rate: $28.55
Department: School of Continuing Education
Hours: 35 hours per week (1) one hour lunch; Mon – Fri (8:30 am – 4:30 pm)
Reporting To: Senior Operations Manager
Campus Location: Various location throughout Durham Region
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
- Download host college course outlines from the OL admin area and upload Durham-hosted course outlines to the MyCampus site each semester.
- Prepare and maintain specialized reports and lists in Excel.
- Process monthly faculty payroll.
- Register students into courses.
- Process and submit student marks to Banner.
- Process, record, and forward grade changes to the SES department.
- Prepare for start-up of a semester/course.
- Create CRNs and input course information into Banner and for courses being offered in all semesters.
- Generate and manipulate various forms from OntarioLearn, Banner and SQL (e.g. Course Notification Forms, class lists, instructor/exam labels, daily program stats, course equivalencies and prerequisite checklists).
- Distribute course calendars, subject outlines, and other information as requested by students, faculty, outside agencies, and partner colleges.
- Order and maintain supplies necessary for course delivery.
- Co-ordinate distribution of mailed materials to students and external agencies.
- Order and pick up materials from Print Shop.
- Process registrations, transfers, and withdrawals, and forward to SES and OntarioLearn (where necessary).
- Process Second Career student proposals and registration under guidance of Program Manager.
- Review and update program specific information on the Continuing Education website and calendar.
- Create and maintain binders for filing of administrative paperwork (e.g. faculty contracts, student withdrawals, class postponements and other information pertaining to each individual course).
- Prepare specialized administrative work specific to the assigned program areas (e.g. CGA, CPA).
- Organize and update course packages for correspondence and in-class courses.
- Organize, maintain, and schedule exams for students.
- Update textbooks in Bookware for each semester.
- Order and distribute desk copies for instructors.
- Create and distribute instructor teaching contracts with guidance from the Program Manager.
- Prepare invoices to Ontario colleges for courses hosted by Durham College.
- Verify invoices from other colleges for accuracy of data.
- Consolidate, verify, and submit School of Continuing Education MasterCard expenses to the Accounting Department.
- Accept admission forms from students and review to ensure all information is provided.
- Escalate to Program Manager if necessary. Notify applicants of their status.
- Communicate with other staff in Continuing Education office on a daily basis regarding courses, student exam/marks, and other issues.
- Notify staff in Continuing Education, and SES as necessary, of any class cancellations, postponements, or other changes.
- Communicate with SES regarding student issues, grade revisions, withdrawals, refunds, and transfers.
- Communicate with Accounting Department regarding issues such as student receipts, payroll, and expense forms.
- Communicate with the Bookstore regarding course textbooks and supplies.
- Communicate with other college schools regarding their programs and student concerns.
- Attend PAC meetings when appropriate and share School of Continuing Education activity.
- Meet with the Director/Managers and other Program Assistants on a regular basis regarding operational policies and procedures to ensure accuracy and relevancy.
- Liaise with the ASC regarding students’ testing needs.
- Inform clients and instructors of all college and OL policies and procedures.
- Liaise with test center staff regarding exam schedules and bookings.
- Advocate for students in student success related matters with internal and external partners.
- Work with Program Manager to resolve complex issues that occur with students.
- Participate with Program Manager in faculty interviewing process.
- Communicate with faculty regarding student issues, enrolment numbers, payroll, marks, assignments, exams, test center procedures, cancelled classes, and general enquiries/policies/procedures.
- Follow up on outstanding student marks.
- Communicate updates such as change to classroom or new processes.
- Provide basic technical support for applicable online learning management platforms and the OL grade system.
- Assist with the annual instructor workshop.
- Provide information to current and potential students by phone, email, in-person, and live chat regarding a wide range of issues including course information, programs, registration, withdrawals, fees, timelines, and policies of the college
- Support students on technical issues such as login, course navigation, hardware/software requirements, and preferred browsers to use.
- Assist Program Manager with marketing efforts including digital and print-based projects.
- Email students with important information regarding their courses at startup and exit.
- Refer students to appropriate college resources such as ASC, SALS, and financial aid.
- Investigate and follow-up on student complaints, concerns and questions, resolving when able to do so, or escalate issue to Program Manager.
- Act as a liaison between students and instructors when necessary.
- Support students by outlining academic plans, including preliminary student audits, based on program of study information and with guidance from Program Manager.
- Liaise with external organizations in the incumbent’s program area to provide or receive information and assist as needed.(e.g. CGA, CPA, HRPAO, OAHI)
- With student consent, meet with external agencies (MTCU) to explain Second Career student academic status, academic policy, student rights and responsibilities, academic options, and progress reports.
- Communicate with OntarioLearn counterparts when necessary.
- Communicate with publishers to resolve textbook issues.
- Minimum of two year diploma in Business, Office Administration or related.
- Minimum three years practical experience in an office setting/customer service area.
- Knowledge of e-learning platforms or online courses would be an asset.
- Experience in an academic office, particularly an online educational department would be an asset.
- Familiarity with e-learning platforms and online courses a significant benefit.
- Knowledge of program areas offered by Continuing Education is an asset – Business and Computers, Health and Community, Art and Design.
- High level of communication skills, both written and verbal.
- Ability to work well under pressure in a busy and high volume environment.
- Adaptability, flexibility, and innovative problem-solving skills.
- Strong organizational and time management skills in planning, executing, and completing tasks.
- The ability to work well both independently and as part of a team.
Durham College provides accommodations to applicants with disabilities throughout our hiring process. If you require this information in alternate format; require communication supports; an accommodation in applying for a posting and/or if you are selected for an interview, please contact our Human Resources (HR) department and an HR assistant will work with you to meet your needs.
In person: Campus Corners building, 2069 Simcoe Street North, Oshawa, Ont.
Please apply below by submitting your cover letter and resume to the online portal. Applications will be accepted until 4:00 pm on October 22, 2018.
We thank you for your interest in employment with Durham College however, only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.