Reporting to the Director of Enrollment Management IT, the Assistant Director of Enrollment Management IT will assist the Director in
development of all enhancements and additions to functionality for the Enrollment Management domain within the University Constituent
Relationship Management System (CRM). The Assistant Director of Enrollment Management IT will apply structured analysis, design,
implementation and testing methodologies as required by any and all ancillary/supplemental systems, processes and procedures in support of
the CRM and the goals of the division. The Assistant Director of Enrollment Management IT will assist in gathering and defining
requirements, goals and objectives, critical success factors, assumptions and constraints, and impact analysis of existing and proposed
software, systems and integration efforts in support of the goals of the division.
Bachelor’s Degree with a minimum of 3 years’ experience in implementing IT solutions.Demonstrated knowledge of SQL.Knowledge
of software programming concepts/design.Excellent written and oral communication skills.
Experience within the Salesforce CRM environment specifically around the use of Flow and related
technologies.Knowledge of best practices for Salesforce technology and CRM business processes.Knowledge and experience with SQL and Oracle
PL/SQL.Capable of researching, identifying and analyzing architectural options, and to assist in development of recommendations and
decisions regarding software, systems and integration in support of the goals of the division.Ability to work collaboratively or
independently with minimal supervision.
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