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Through its mission, Rollins College is firmly committed to creating a just community that embraces multiculturalism; persons from historically under-represented minority groups are therefore encouraged to apply.
Database and Reporting Specialist
The Office of Admission at Rollins College seeks a dynamic Database and Reporting Specialist to provide outstanding technology and support services.
Essential Job Functions:
Develop and maintain database queries and reports for the Admission office using MS Access and ARGOS. Assist staff with individual query development and training as needed. Provide orientation and training for Admission staff in office systems, databases and budgets (set up computer accounts, etc.) Maintain the integrity of data in Banner computer system. Coordinate generation and processing of prospect and applicant mailings. Serve as Banner system lead for the office. Serve as liaison with Department of Information Technology to solve Banner data entry problems and issues. Train all staff in Banner system operations and functions (prospect and data entry processes). Maintain and reconcile department budgets. Monitor and ensure that all expenditures are accounted for and posted accordingly. Prepare monthly budget reports and projections. Assist in annual budget preparation process. Take action to resolve any discrepancies. Advise staff on proper budget procedures. Act as point person to all computer hardware and software problems/issues that arise in the office. Communicate and solve problems/issues with Information Technology or appropriate personnel. Recommend changes and upgrades to systems to facilitate efficient workflow. Coordinate mass mailings with warehouse, post office, and mail house. Coordinate the delivery and pickup of select mailings and materials as needed and determine the most cost-effective manner for mailings. Research and test new software applications to increase office efficiency. Recommend implementation of appropriate technological advances. Assist in training staff. Performs related duties as assigned.