Reporting to the Vice Provost Undergraduate Education and receiving work lead direction from the University Articulation Officer, the Assistant Articulation Officer supports the initiation, development, and management of course articulation, credit for system-wide external exams and the ASSIST/SJSU articulation and CollegeSource (TES) databases. The Assistant Articulation Officer is responsible for supporting the work of the University Articulation Officer and in managing articulation data and two-year roadmaps.
- Assists with creating/updating lower division major templates for every SJSU undergraduate program/concentration to be integrated with all the articulation agreements for all public intersegmental institutions in California each catalog year
- Assists in interpreting and implementing articulation policies and procedures (for General Education and Course-to-Course) for community colleges, CSUs, and other schools as directed
- Develops and maintains articulation database of General Education
- Maintains and processes current files in a manner that would allow review of current status of articulation in progress
- Maintains SJSU Artic.org information for processing
- Assists in the development and documentation of articulation for ASSIST database.
- Assists with the data entry into articulation databases
- Develops and maintains lower division Major-to-Major templates
Knowledge, Skills & Abilities
- General knowledge of principles, practices and trends in postsecondary education as well a general knowledge of the policies, procedures and practices of curriculum development and transfer requirements
- General knowledge of California, CSU and SJSU policies or ability to research this information (Education Code, CSU Executive Orders and Coded Memos, and SJSU Academic Senate Policies)
- Ability to analyze complex situations accurately and adopt effective courses of action
- Ability to interpret guidelines set forth by the Chancellor’s Office and state legislation to maintain and enhance SJSU participation in ASSIST, and STAR Act transfer degrees program, and CollegeSource TES
- Ability to determine appropriate courses of action and proper techniques to utilize while engaged with individuals in interactions of an argumentative or sensitive nature
- Ability to effectively establish and maintain cooperative working relationships within a diverse multicultural environment
- Ability to make independent decisions and exercise sound judgment
- Ability to perform accurately in a detail-oriented environment
- Expertise in using office software packages (MS Word and Excel), technology and systems
- Bachelor's degree and/or equivalent training
- Administrative work experience involving study, analysis, and/or evaluation leading to the development or improvement of administrative policies, procedures, practices, or programs
- Bachelor’s degree
- Three years of related office work experience
- Computer skills and working knowledge of common software suites (Microsoft Office, Google), along with data entry and web content management systems
- Experience in organizing and maintaining records and data
- Experience with curriculum, articulation agreement and transfer credit
Classification: Administrative Analyst/Specialist; Non-Exempt
Anticipated Hiring Range: $4,494/month - $5,000/month
CSU Salary Range: $3,518/month - $6,791/month
San José State University offers employees a comprehensive benefits package typically worth 30-35% of your base salary. For more information on programs available, please see the Employee Benefits Summary.
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- Letter of Interest
All applicants must apply within the specified application period: November 3, 2023 through November 19, 2023. This position is open until filled; however, applications received after screening has begun will be considered at the discretion of the university.
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