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Institutional Academic Planner II (Inst)

Job Group: Administration
Job Subgroup: Analysis and Reporting
Salary Range (Annual): 25: $70,100-143,330
Employee Category: Academic Staff
Job Code: AD032
  • Job Summary:
    Supports academic, course, and curricular planning and implementation of the academic structure at the institutional level. Organizes and implements processes, policies, assessments, and evaluations of curriculum content to enhance educational effectiveness. Operates in the context of policy set at the institutional level, UW System level, and externally set requirements.
  • Job Responsibilities:
    • Incorporates improvement recommendations into existing academic programming policy and practice based on institutional needs and external requirements
    • Reviews proposals for new academic programs, program changes, curriculum, and courses to ensure that proposals meet policy standards and provides feedback to proposing academic units
    • Designs and delivers directed academic planning and programs messaging to internal and external audiences; maintains all records and documentation of academic, curricular, and course change actions
    • Collects, prepares, and analyzes academic program information and prepares reports and analyses of patterns of activity based on that information
    • Ensures that the work of formal shared governance committees (such as University Academic Planning Council and University Curriculum Committee) operate effectively and according to committee operating procedures, which includes among other activities, agenda and document preparation and distribution, communication with members and presenters, and follow up communication
    • Provides recommendations for changes to policy and advances proposals for policy changes to meet changing needs of the academy in partnership with governance committees and colleagues in academic units
    • Develops new approaches, methods, or techniques to resolve problems and addresses unexpected, controversial, or complex situations
    • Directs and leads activities involved in promoting collaborative and productive relationships across the institution and external organizations
    • Provides training and leadership to other professionals doing related work
  • Education:
    Master's Degree Preferred Minimum
  • FLSA Status:
    Exempt
  • Institution Job:
    Yes
  • Required Supervisory Duty of at Least 2.0 Full-Time Equivalent (FTE) Employees:
    No
  • Employee Category:
    Academic Staff
  • Scaled Job:
    No
  • Salary Range (Annual):
    25: $70,100-143,330
  • Job Code:
    AD032: Institutional Academic Planner II (Inst)
  • Link directly to this job title: https://hr.wisc.edu/standard-job-descriptions/?q=AD032