This position serves two roles within the School’s graduate program. The incumbent is responsible for managing all aspects of the graduate offering which includes three Master’s programs (MA, MES, MPLAN), a graduate diploma program (GDIP) and one Doctoral program (PhD). The responsibilities include but are not limited to front line contact with potential applicants, admissions, advisement, course scheduling, degree progression, and completion. In addition, in partnership with the Associate Director, Graduate Studies is responsible for the allocation of Teaching and Research Assistantships, which includes financial reconciliation. Scholarship coordination involves the administration of internal and external scholarships coordinated by the University Graduate Studies office and external agencies.
The incumbent must maintain excellent communication and liaise with students, faculty and staff. The School of Planning advocates a positive student service and team based administrative approach; as such, this position must be willing to undertake special projects as may be assigned by the Academic Services Manager.
Graduate Studies Recruitment/Admissions including but not limited to:
Academic Records Management included but not limited to:
Administration including but not limited to:
Financial including but not limited to:
Scholarship Coordinator including but not limited to: