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Technical Records Specialist 1
Open for Recruitment: March 20, 2017 - April 3, 2017
Announcement # 01104022249
$11.70 per hour
-Plus Competitive Benefits!
The person in this position is responsible for using a student information system and document imaging system to update applicant records and determine admissibility in accordance with The State of Idaho and Boise State admissions policies. The successful candidate will manage simultaneous application processing workflows in a timely manner. This person will also respond to or make requests for information regarding applications. In addition, this position is responsible for previewing admission applications and materials submitted by applicants seeking undergraduate admission to Boise State University.
Essential Duties & Responsibilities:
- In a high-volume and fast-paced environment this individual reviews undergraduate applications for admission, requests additional materials, and makes admissions decisions in a timely manner.
- Determines and orders the appropriate admissions letters to go out to applicants based on where they are in the application process.
- Reviews and processes semester-switch requests, which consists of using policy to determine eligibility of requesting students, and manually updating students applications.
- Keeps thorough and clear notes and documentation about responsibilities, processes and decisions made.
- On a weekly basis, uses queries provided by the Office Services Supervisor and/or the Admissions Systems Team to cleanup and maintain students’ records and information in the database, document imaging system and application software.
- Communicates regularly with Enrollment Counselors and other campus partners about the status of a student’s application.
- During busy times or when it is needed, the technical records specialist 1 enters data from transcripts into PeopleSoft, insuring that all information is correct.
- Uses pre-built spreadsheets to calculate the high school and transfer GPA of incoming students.
Experience: monitoring a records system to identify and correct errors; researching a variety of sources to resolve problems; interpreting, explaining and applying regulations, laws, or complex policies to carry out assignments; entering and retrieving data using a computerized records system.
- One-year experience using a database to enter, maintain and manipulate records.
- One-year experience with software applications commonly used for business requirements (email, word processing, Google suite of applications, etc.)
- A demonstrated ability to work effectively in a fast-paced environment and with a diverse range of people.
- A high degree of professionalism and dependability.
- Excellent written and oral communication skills.
- Experience working in a technical or processing capacity in a college admissions office.
You must score a minimum rating of 20 on the exam which will assess whether you meet the minimum qualifications for this position. There are also extra credit questions which, depending on your answer, may improve your overall exam score. Your resume and work history must support the answers you provide. Notification of your test results will be available online.
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