Job No: 6000WI

Position PeopleSoft Academic Advising Implementation Consultant
Requisition Number
Client Name Madison College (MATC)
Location Madison, WI
Duration Potential 1 year contract
Due Date ASAP
C2C Possibility Yes
Interview Method On-Site prior to hire


Our client is seeking a highly motivated and capable person to help configure their Campus Solution Academic Advising processes to better meet their business needs. This work includes helping reengineer AA functionality to reduce customizations, decrease processing time, and improve day to day service transactions as well as documentation of student/staff interactions. This role requires someone with strong experience in AA day-to-day activities using the PeopleSoft Campus Solutions system and first-hand knowledge of the regulations and procedures for advising for professional and faculty advising.

The position has cross-organization scope within the College and Technology Services. This position will work with the department of Student Development and Retention to assess and document current functionality of processes, provide recommendations and justification for improvements, and create, write, and implement new processes and procedures designed to improve students experience in working through all aspects of the advising process. This position works with teams of professionals to design, develop, and support the college’s advisors and provide guidance to promote and enhance consistency of services to all students.

This position will coordinate with another current project to help implement new advising processes into the solution being developed by the CT3 team to provide transparency to the processes of advising. The goal of the CT3 Project is to move towards a collaborative enterprise model creating a 360-degree view for our students through improved collection of data, better analysis, automated presentation of data to our students, faculty, and staff, and creating valuable performance measures.

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