Reporting directly to the Executive Vice Provost, the employee will be responsible for providing executive and operational support for the business of the Provost\u2019s Office. The position requires a flexible schedule, with evening and weekend duties from time to time to support the needs of the Provost Office.
Provost Office Administrative Leadership
The employee will be responsible for management and oversight of the administrative functions of the Office of the Provost. This includes, but is not limited to:
Provide direct supervision, assign duties, and oversee the training and professional development of administrative support staff to ensure the administrative needs of the Office of the Provost are met. Presently administrative support staff include: i) Senior Executive Assistant to the Provost and Chief Financial Officer; ii) Administrative Assistant to the Faculty Senate; iii) Office Assistant to RLSB Academic Programs; and iv) Administrative Assistant for the Office of the Provost.
Serve as a central resource providing advice and support, as needed, for administrative functions across the Schools and units reporting to the Provost to ensure the accuracy, consistency and efficiency of administrative processes.
The employee is responsible for key contacts and communications to ensure the efficient flow of information to and from the Office of the Provost and the school and units that report to the Provost.
Serve as the Departmental ITC Contact.
Serve as Space Coordinator: Collect annual up-to-date organizational data on space and space use that falls under the Office of the Provost and direct reports.
The employee will be responsible for executive level support services, including, but not limited to:
Managing calendar of the executive vice provost and the vice provost for finance and administration; coordinating travel arrangements; and performing financial reconciliation of monthly purchases and travel disbursements. The employee is responsible for responding to inquiries in a timely and accurate manner and managing the calendar\u2019s in a way that appropriately and best meets the needs of all meeting requestors.
Prepare executive meeting documentation. The employee will work closely with the Executive Vice Provost and other stakeholders to ensure all pertinent presentation materials are gathered, organized, and produced electronically as directed. This may include ensuring the file is distributed appropriately and/or runs on the pertinent AV system where the meeting will be held.
Coordinate and staff, academic, operational, and executive meetings. The employee will work closely with key internal and external stakeholders to ensure the appropriate room scheduling, layout, catering, AV and other details are facilitated in a way to successfully meet the requirements of the meeting/event. High level documentation of the meetings may be needed on a case by case basis.
Coordinate and create committee appointment letters for IBC, IRB, IACUC, CoIR, OIEC, and WC Radiation Safety.
Departmental mail and voicemail management. The employee will manage all correspondence in multiple mailboxes and is responsible for responding to inquiries in a timely and accurate manner for both internal customers and external inquiries, including routing them to the correct contact and/or providing specific information per their request.
Works cooperatively and in collaboration with other executive support staff to perform various office duties and projects as assigned.
Department HR Duties
The employee will be responsible for key administrative oversight and support for the HR functions in the Office of the Provost. This includes but is not limited to:
Maintaining confidential Provost Office personnel files, offer letters, etc. in compliance with OHSU record retention policies and procedures.
Assisting with new employee onboarding: in coordination with Research/Academic HR and Central HR, ensure new hire paperwork is completed (and assist with this as needed), assist new employees with new-hire training (HIPAA, RAU, etc.), help new employees with any challenges that may arise (payroll, timekeeping, etc.).
Preparing and monitoring HR Justifications and tracking budget impact changes. Employee will work with HR Business Partners and Provost Office Finance Team to coordinate tracking justifications for HR budget impacts and assisting with submitting new hire paperwork within the office.
Primary and Backup Timekeeper. The employee will interact with the Kronos timekeeping system and ensure staff timekeeping is accurate for the upcoming pay period and submit them to the provost for review and approval.
Employee will be responsible for taking on both administrative and technical leadership and oversight for the following projects and will be responsible for communicating outcomes and deliverables to designated sponsors, committees, or stakeholders.
Annual Employee Anniversary Ceremony \u2013 Employee supervises the organization of the event for ~1,000 employees that ranges from pre/post employee communication, working with HR Representatives on Employee Records, yearly vendor analysis, budget administration and team coordination.
Annual Faculty Senate Awards Ceremony \u2013 Employee supervises the technical aspect of organizing online nomination form and gathering nominee information through the internal bridge site. Annual updates, Bridge form troubleshooting and database development/maintenance required. Communications plans developed and deliverables are then reported through the Faculty Senate Awards Committee.
Faculty Senate Centralized Nomination Process - Employee supervises the administration of the annual Faculty Senate nomination and election process for new Faculty Senators.
Works closely with Financial team to monitors expenditures against departmental budget; prepares necessary documentation for supervisor review/approval; tabulates budgetary data, calculates figures, and checks for accuracy.
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