Job ID: 22703

Application Deadline: April 05, 2017

Job Description

This position assists in all aspects of Mizzou Online’s testing office serving a diverse student body of over 9000 students, including local students and those working off-site worldwide. Approximately 14,000 exams are proctored in-house or sent to testing sites. The program’s student body has effectively doubled since the merger; the two platforms of course delivery have different and distinct data organization, timelines, and test distribution needs. This position must exhibit initiative and complex problem-solving skills when coordinating testing for these groups.
This position also acts as the point of contact for the testing section when the Exam Room Supervisor is unavailable, including, but not limited to, all relevant scheduling, test processing, data entry, and correspondence with students, proctors, instructors, and other office staff.
This position assists the Exam Room Coordinator in all areas of exam proctoring planning, organization, and database maintenance; including setting up and updating spreadsheets using information found in myZou queries as appropriate and entering changes to internal exam proctoring database files on a daily, weekly and monthly basis. Responsibilities include tracking student eligibility, creating, setting and planning exam appointments or student course completion schedules, organizing seating in multiple exam rooms and keeping an adequate stock of appropriate exam supplies on hand.

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Job ID: 22679

Application Deadline: April 03, 2017

Job Description

  • Maintain schedule of courses for multiple assigned academic units for semester-based and self-paced offerings, working with Program Coordinators.
  • Provide supporting documentation to internal database. 
  • Provide high level of administrative support to Program Coordinators in relation to complex course set-up and maintenance. 
  • Verify course information with academic unit and provide details to update course planners. 
  • Maintain strong relationships with multiple academic units/departments across campus. 
  • Create and maintain resource material for department. 
  • Provide training and support to Office Support Assistants w/in the department.

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Top 5 reasons to work at Mizzou Online

  1. Opportunity: Online learning is a growing area in higher education, both nationally and here at Mizzou. In fall 2013, a quarter of all students enrolled in degree-granting postsecondary institutions were taking distance education courses. Last year at Mizzou, nearly 10 percent of students were earning their degrees and certificates online.
  2. Stability: The University of Missouri is a $2.2 billion global enterprise. Every week, MU raises an average of $1.4 million in private donations and attracts $2.5 million in federal funding. The University is more than halfway to a new goal of securing an additional $1.3 billion for MU’s future. Mizzou Online is a self-sustaining, revenue-generating unit within the University and has facilitated an online student increase of more than 106 percent in the last five years.
  3. Support: MU offers employees a comprehensive benefits package, including medical, dental and vision plans, retirement, paid time off, and educational fee discounts.
  4. Personal growth: The University provides health and wellness incentives, training programs and a staff scholarship for professional development. Mizzou Online takes pride in being a positive, supportive environment in which team members can pursue professional growth, mentoring and leadership development.
  5. Giving back: MU provides staff many opportunities to volunteer on-campus as well as in the community. As a public, land-grant institution, MU's goal is to improve the quality of life everywhere through education and research. As a part of the Mizzou Online team, you will experience unwavering commitment to online learners who often need extra support as they balance full-time careers and families with their desire to go back to school.