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Independently manage all human resources and academic personnel activities for 27 salaried faculty, 37 temp faculty/lecturers, associate-ins, 90+ graduate student researchers, readers, TAs, visiting scholars, staff, and volunteers.
Independently responsible for management of departmental academic affairs including appointments, subsequent reviews and personnel actions, leaves, visas, salary administration, benefits, separations, grievances, layoffs, recruitments, etc. Serve as principal advisor to the Chair and Associate Chair on academic affairs issues. Manage all aspects of human resources, employee relations, and payroll services. Serve as the principal consultant to the CAO on human resources issues. Includes full scope of organizational development, internal communications, policy research, and project management and implementation.
Exercise leadership and discretionary authority and utilize a high degree of independence, ingenuity, and analytical skills to resolve complex, unusual and non-routine problems or issues. Develop, interpret, implement and revise departmental policies, procedures, guidelines, and present this information to faculty, managers, supervisors, and employees.
Responsible for salary provision control and projections. Lead and coordinate support and referral of employees at all levels of the organization on the full range of human resources issues. Design, develop and plan a full scope of employee resources for supervisors, staff, and student employees. Provide work direction for support staff. Interpret and analyze visa regulations and UC policies in order to advise international faculty, managers, supervisors and employees regarding appropriate non-immigrant and immigrant visa statuses.
Represent Department on campus committees related to all aspects of Human Resources and Academic Personnel. Support the CAO, Department Chair, and Supervisors on special projects as necessary. Serve as the main contact for new and continuing affiliates interested in the program. Respond to inquiries and disseminate written and electronic information and forms. Advise, interpret, and analyze applicable policies and procedures and provide a recommendation to assist managers, and leadership to make an informed decision given the available options. Conduct orientation for new scholars, non-faculty and faculty appointments and affiliate population.
Please submit a cover letter for a complete application.
Proven experience and ability to interpret and apply University policies, procedures and other regulations relating to all aspects of academic, staff and student personnel, including affirmative action, recruitment, employee relations, submission of appointment, merit, promotion, reappointment and termination files, payroll policies, employee benefits, job classifications, international/visa policies, etc.
Demonstrated knowledge of and experience with academic personnel processes related to recruitment, appointment, and salary review.
Demonstrated experience in interpreting personnel and employee contracts and policies.
Proven knowledge and understanding of and ability to interpret and apply local, state, and federal employment laws, including FMLA/CFRA/PDL/ADA/FEHA. Knowledge of local, state, and federal safety standards and regulations and governing agencies.
Knowledge of organization, college and departmental formal and informal policies and procedures and understanding of variances to stated policies.
Demonstrated knowledge of human resources management systems and other related business software programs and systems.
Demonstrated knowledge of UCSD Payroll/Personnel System and on-line Timekeeping policies and application preferred.
Knowledge and skill in applying basic accounting principles and in utilizing related analytical concepts.
Strong analytical skills to conduct analysis and develop recommendations to Chairs/unit management. Solid reading and comprehension skills in order to understand and interpret complex materials and documents.
Excellent verbal and written communication skills, with the ability to provide information and/or instruction in a clear, concise manner.
Knowledge and skill at establishing and maintaining databases, spreadsheet, word processing and graphics p
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