Enrollment Management Communications & Recruitment Systems reports to the Vice Provost for Enrollment Management which includes the following functional units: Office of Undergraduate Admissions, Graduate Enrollment Management, Financial Aid & Scholarships, Enrollment Management Services and Office of the University Registrar.
The University of Kansas Lawrence Campus office of Enrollment Management Communications & Recruitment Systems serves students, families, and the community by working to improve and simplify the interactions students and parents have with all Enrollment Management departments as they navigate the college experience from inquiry through graduation.
The Functional Systems Analyst, reporting to the Director of Enrollment Management Communications & Recruitment Systems, plays a critical role in the design and implementation of communication and CRM strategies designed to attract, admit, enroll, retain and graduate students. Specifically, the Functional Systems Analyst provides technology expertise and support in the development, management, and daily operations of the University's Admissions CRM system, Technolutions Slate. This includes development of the admissions application, query development, process automation, system maintenance, data integrity, integration with off-campus systems, staff training, and identifying and developing new Slate functionality.
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The University of Kansas is a Carnegie doctoral/research-extensive university with a $1.4 billion endowment and a faculty of 2,600. Current enrollment is 28,500 (19,000 undergraduate), with students drawn from 110 nations and all 50 states. The 1,000-acre main campus is in Lawrence, a community of 95,000 in hilly northeast Kansas that lies about 35 miles west of Kansas City and 30 minutes from the state capital, Topeka.. Lawrence has a thriving community with a wide range of activities/events