Designs and maintains a system of computer software applications, programs, databases, and procedures to improve reporting for decision support and workflow associated with academic budget and personnel core processes.
Ensures data and systems security, integrity and compliance.
Uses a combination of skills and experience in the areas of technical knowledge, technical solutions development, project management, consultancy, planning and organization, and systems technical support or administration. Responsible for data entry and the full value chain of management reporting and data activation (data collection or extraction, data validation, configuring and reporting, analysis, enhancements and visualizations, presentations, and recommendations for decision-makers).
Demonstrates responsible data management for systems supporting the AABP unit's scope and serves as the system administrator/trainer for key tools and software (e.g. HR Datamart, EPAFs, Niner Talent faculty modules systems liaison, and the pending faculty activity reporting system, among others).
Responsible for the creation or revision of process and workflow documentation in an on-going manner.
Duties support the AABP service goals of: 1) Data Stewardship & Decision Support; 2) Organizational Design & Development; and, 3) Business Process Enhancements. Outcomes will ultimately support Student Success and empower and engage divisional and campus-wide stakeholders (students, faculty, and staff).
Applies project management and consultancy best practices. Uses a combined set of technical knowledge, business-thinking, communication, and behavioral skills to: 1) organize and partner with diverse teams (horizontal and vertical roles organization-wide); 2) define needs aimed to resolve moderate-to-complex issues; 3) prioritize and plan projects to improve data activation, process workflows, or systems adoption/use; 4) write technical requirements that ensure database and systems relational design; and, 5) develop and deploy systems and tools that enhance the user experience.
Models best practices in project management. Develops and shares: 1) project goals, benefits, timelines and milestones, and status updates; 2) user guides and learning tools; and, 3) the results of reporting/data activation and various process or systems improvements, over time.
Trains divisional users regarding new procedures, systems, and tools using a variety of teaching and learning modalities. Plans for and facilitates the “Super Reporters” divisional cohort quarterly meetings or trainings. Regularly contributes information and documents to the division's
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