Administrative and Student Affairs Coordinator (CR0091)

McGill University - Human Resources
POSITION COVERED BY THE MUNACA-PSAC BARGAINING UNIT
Position Title: 
Admin. Student Affairs Coord (PED 00117, DD010A, Level 010A)
Position Summary: 
Under the direction of the immediate supervisor, provides administrative and secretarial support for administrative and student affairs activities. Participates in ensuring the smooth functioning of the unit's operations. Responsible for documents and files of unit. Acts as resource person for policies and procedures. Coordinates activities related to admission, examinations, registration and graduation. Advises students and resolves problems in relation to their files. Edits documents for grammar and accuracy. Administers unit accounts.
Major Duties & Responsibilities: 
  • Acts as resource person regarding academic and administrative policies and procedures. Resolves problems within area of responsibility. Consults relevant documentation and liaises with appropriate internal and external resource persons to obtain and provide information on diverse and complex issues.
  • Participates in ensuring the smooth functioning of the unit. Collects and presents factual information relating to area of responsibility, and recommends procedural changes to improve the effective functioning of the unit. Collaborates with supervisor and other staff in establishing work priorities. Follows-up on and ensures appropriate implementation of decisions made by supervisor.
  • Receives and provides detailed information and explanations to students. Controls enrolment in courses. Participates in the organization of admissions and registration. Prepares, examines and verifies admissions and registration files related to courses and programs. Completes and approves forms concerning course or program changes, interdepartmental or interuniversity registration, and residency and internship programs.
  • Coordinates application process for awards, scholarships, and fellowships. Distributes application forms and provides information on procedures and deadlines. Verifies that student files are complete and, as required, ensures necessary linkage with admission process.
  • Organizes specific operations with regard to the start of the semester, loan applications, course and residency evaluation, and exam scheduling and invigilation. Prepares timetables and schedules room bookings for unit. Prepares schedules and books exams for unit.
  • Compiles information in order to prepare grant applications, liaises with other institutions in this compilation and coordinates their submission. Acts as a resource person concerning internal policies and procedures and those of granting agencies. Ensures information is complete and that guidelines are followed.
  • Produces reports and statistics. Takes note and types various documents such as correspondence, reports, memos, etc. Updates, prepares and coordinates publication of documents such as publicity brochures, departmental handbooks, and annual reports, including maintaining and updating web pages. Drafts correspondence and other short documents of a complex nature. Formats documents and edits for grammar, spelling and accuracy. Signs certain documents.

The list of duties and responsibilities outlined above is representative and not a complete and detailed list of tasks, which may be performed by an employee whose position has been matched to this generic job description.

Education & Experience: 

DEP (Secretarial/Office Systems)

Four (4) years' related experience

Other Qualifying Skills And/Or Abilities: 
Client focused and service oriented. Demonstrated organizational skills and ability to multi-task. Attention to detail. Strong communications skills. Knowledge of basic accounting principles. Proven experience working with Indigenous communities or organizations assisting as a community liaison. Ability to increase the presence of Indigenous faculty, staff, and students on campus in addition to expanding its Indigenous initiatives and student mentoring. Demonstrated ability to work in a computerized environment using word-processing and spreadsheet as well as experience with Banner (FIS and SIS) and Minerva. Experience with maintaining websites and managing social media accounts. English (spoken and written) French (spoken).
Reference Number: 
17-0646/CR0091
Supervisor's Title: 
Assistant Professor
Salary Scale: 
$22.94 - $31.65
Faculty/Unit: 
Faculty of Arts
Position Type: 
Full-Time
Hours Per Week: 
33.75
How To Apply: 

*Internal candidates: Please provide your McGill ID number when applying.*

Please submit your curriculum vitae and cover letter, clearly indicating the reference number by email to: apo.arts [at] mcgill.ca