The CPS/DEL Coordinator and provides leadership to plan, organize and manage evening and online studies at NU. They are responsible for ensuring that students are provided with an excellent academic service through the use of computer technology. The Coordinator must have a great competence in identifying specific training needs and developing the necessary Materials To Address Them.
Ensure that Student Orientation is conducted for all evening and online students
Ensure that students are registered in appropriate Google Classroom courses
Plan and organize entry of course artifacts in readiness for classes and exams using the Google Classroom
In consultation with the ICT Head and Academic Dean, hire, supervise and evaluate the CPS and Online Studies faculty and staff
Organize and administer the records, registration and graduation functions of CPS and online students.
Lead CPS/online studies initiatives as determined by the ICT Head or Vice President of Academics.
Provide leadership and develop appropriate recommendations for the implementation of related online technology application in support of enhanced online services.
Develop and administer the departmental budget.
Problem solve the research, analysis and resolution of student disputes as they relate to CPS and online records.
Collaborate with administrators, deans, faculty, staff, the Center for ICT, Recruitment, Registrar, Academics, Student Services and counselors to facilitate and improve CPS and online services to students, relating to Student Handbook, registration, academic records and policy questions.
Serve as a member of the Curriculum Development and Academic Committees for CPS and online studies.
Teach courses as requested by the Registrar and Head of Faculty and Staff Development.
Participate in professional development activities and serve on University committees that support the CPS and online studies goals and objectives of NU.
Provide back-up for online records and registration services, and working special events.
Perform other duties as assigned by the Vice President of Academics.
Work Experience Requirements
Three (3) years of direct experience or 5 years in a related area.
Preferred 5 years of experience in a higher institution of learning.
Bachelors degree in student services, educational administration or a related area
Master’s degree is preferred
Detail-oriented, efficient and strict when it comes to following NU policies
Proven record of successful supervisory experience in a diverse people-oriented environment
Demonstrated understanding of the application of online technology to deliver Records and Registration services using Moodle, Google Classroom and other technologies
Excellent organizational and record keeping skills.
A positive attitude and ability to plan and adapt to change.
Ability to collaborate effectively with University departments and cross-functional teams.
Knowledge of adult learning principles and various online training methods.
Knowledge of enterprise readiness and change management principles.
Strong interpersonal, oral and written communication skills.
Job Application Process
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How to apply
Send an application letter with the position specified, Attach a resume and other documents including your complete education, work references, and employment information:
The Human Resource,
1098 Buteko Avenue,
PO Box 240271,