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Transcript Evaluator Senior, Admissions (5026, 7605)

at Idaho Division of Human Resources in Pocatello, Idaho, United States

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Transcript Evaluator Senior, Admissions (5026, 7605)

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$16.36 Hourly

Location

Pocatello, ID

Job Type

Full Time

Department

Idaho State University

Job Number

09449

Closing

7/11/2021 11:59 PM Mountain

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Description

To evaluate transfer credits and/or academic and vocational graduation requirements; provide technical assistance to faculty, staff, and students; perform related work.

This announcement will be used to fill two opportunities in the Admissions Office at ISU. The successful candidates will evaluate high school transcripts and graduation requirements; analyze admission files and make decisions; communicate with faculty, staff, students, and parents; perform other related work.

Example of Duties

1. Transfer credit evaluation. Typical responsibilities: reviews transfer transcripts to insure they are official; determines accreditation status of transfer institution; analyzes transcripts to insure courses are acceptable; determines credit value of transfer credits and converts to semester hours; analyzes course descriptions to convert transfer courses to university equivalents; prepares summary of accepted transfer credits; advises students and processes information on accepted credits; evaluates military service and non-traditional experiences for granting credit; prepares preliminary evaluations of graduation credits to inform students and advisors of progress.

2. Graduation evaluation. Typical responsibilities: analyzes graduation applications to determine degree type, major, and catalog year; computes credits attempted and earned, quality points, and cumulative grade point average (GPA) and verifies with university records; determines requirements completed and to be completed for graduation; analyzes transcripts to insure residency, total credit, and GPA requirements will be met; notifies students of graduation status and reports deficiencies; processes graduation information; reviews final grades to insure students have fulfilled requirements; reviews requests for waiver or adjustment of academic requirements; maintains graduation records and prepares reports on graduation statistics.

3. Technical assistance. Typical responsibilities: provides information on policies and procedures relating to transfer and veteran’s credits, graduation, athletic eligibility, non-traditional credits and academic waivers to faculty, staff, and students; answers questions from other institutions regarding transfer credit policies; consults with department administrators regarding changes in course and degree requirements and waiver policies to insure accuracy of catalog; provides information to students during registration; may supervise clerical or student workers; may specialize in NCAA eligibility determination, non-traditional credit evaluation, catalog editing.

Specific responsibilities include:

-Provide support to insure the accurate and timely processing of new student applications.

-Review high school transcripts to determine if they are official and if student meets graduation requirements.

-Analyze transcripts to insure residency.

-Analyze transcripts to determine total credits and GPA requirements are met.

-Advise students and process information on accepted credits.

-Review requests for waiver or adjustment of academic requirements.

-Determine Admissions and notify students of missing or incomplete information and request required documents.

-Perform other duties as assigned.

Minimum Qualifications

Please note: You must include your resume as part of your application and all materials provided will be considered part of the application process.

Experience: researching, interpreting and applying university policies and procedures relating to transfer credits or graduation requirements; interpreting, applying and explaining university academic and vocational program requirements; computing grade point averages; compiling data and preparing reports.

Supplemental Information

Thank you for your interest in employment at Idaho State University!

If you have questions about this position please contact us at:

Email: hr@isu.edu (about%3Ablank)

Phone: 208.282.4828

To view all our available positions please visit us online at jobs.isu.edu (about%3Ablank)

Idaho State University is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer. We have an institution-wide commitment to inclusion and diversity and encourage all qualified individuals to apply. Veterans’ preference.

Upon request, reasonable accommodations in the application process will be provided to individuals with disabilities. ISU PUBLIC SAFETY JEANNE CLERY ANNUAL SECURITY AND FIRE SAFETY REPORT Idaho State University’s Jeanne Clery report, federally required reporting, provides crime, arrest and fire statistics for the previous three years that occurred on campus, in certain off-campus buildings owned or controlled by Idaho State University; and on public property within, or immediately adjacent to and accessible from the campus. The report also includes institutional policies concerning campus security, such as policies about alcohol and drug use, crime prevention, the reporting of crimes, sexual assault, personal practices, disciplinary procedures, fire safety and other matters. This report can be accessed on the following website: ISU Clery Report (about%3Ablank)

https://dhr.idaho.gov/StateEmployees/Benefits.html

*Benefits may not be applicable for temporary or seasonal positions.

01 MQ1 – Please select the statement that best describes your experience computing grade point averages, researching, interpreting and applying university academic and vocational program requirements including applying university policies and procedures to determine graduation requirements or transfer credits. This background is typically gained through at least one year of professional experience researching, interpreting and applying university policies and procedures related to transfer credits or graduation requirements were a major function of the position. It is important that your resume clearly support your response to this question. Specifically, the resume should reflect your work experience and should include: position(s) held, dates of employment, as well as a brief description of responsibilities and duties performed. If your selections are not supported in your resume you may not receive a passing exam score and will be removed from consideration. Providing unsupported, inaccurate, or false responses may also limit your eligibility for future state employment.

+ I have no experience performing these tasks.

+ I have at least six months of full-time work experience performing these tasks.

+ I have at least one year of full-time work experience performing these tasks.

+ I have more than one year of full-time work experience where I was consulted by other workers to assist them in this task, or assigned by my supervisor to train new employees in this task.

+ I have at least three years of full-time work experience performing these tasks.

02 MQ2 – Do you have at least one year experience compiling data and preparing reports? It is important that your resume clearly support your response to this question. Specifically, the resume should reflect your work experience and should include: position(s) held, dates of employment, as well as a brief description of responsibilities and duties performed. If your selections are not supported in your resume you may not receive a passing exam sco

Job Details

Company

Idaho Division of Human Resources

Location


Pocatello, Idaho 83206
United States

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Posted On: Jun 23, 2021

Updated On: Jul 14, 2021