Assistant Academic HR Analyst (Hybrid) - 118001
#118001 Assistant Academic HR Analyst (Hybrid)Extended Deadline: Fri 12/2/2022
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This is a 100% Contract position for 1 year with the possibility of extension or conversion to career status, depending on funding availability.
Under supervision of the Dean of the School of Biological Sciences and with daily work direction from the Dean's Office Senior Academic Personnel (AP) Analyst, the Assistant AP Analyst provides advice and guidance on academic personnel policies and procedures.
Incumbent may receive work direction from the Academic Personnel and Staff Human Resources (APHR) Manager as well. The incumbent will support file preparation and review for all types of academic appointees, including temporary and continuing lecturers, adjuncts, faculty, professional researchers, and academic coordinators, with careful attention to detail and discretion. Confidentially liaise with School staff and faculty, the Central Academic Personnel office, and cross campus departments as needed. Analyze and review all file documents for accuracy and compliance with school, campus, and system-wide guidelines.
Develop process documentation for BioSci academic personnel processes, such as appointment and reappointment of Unit 18 lecturers, professional researchers, adjuncts, and academic coordinators, among other academic populations. Prepare for upcoming review cycles; log and track movement of all academic personnel documents; review and track academic recruitments in AP Recruit. Support transition to new contracts, such as Unit 18 IX contract. May draft correspondence and appointment letters for Dean signature. May track and review APM 025 forms to ensure timely and accurate submission, including annual disclosures and Category I requests. Incumbent may also research, interpret, and provide guidance on APM 025 policy with direction from the Senior AP Analyst. Provide assistance on endowed chair and awards management as requested.
Work with Dean and Department AP teams to develop consistent templates and checklists for standard actions for different academic populations. May assist with new hire onboarding, leave administration, and visa processing for academics. May perform UCPath entry for all types of academics and troubleshoot as needed to facilitate timely corrections or updates. Develop tracking tools for UCPath future entries to ensure timely completion. Create reports, tables, and charts, providing data analysis as needed and requested. May review, route, and track faculty compensation actions, including FSEP, administrative stipends, and annual GCCP requests. Audit payroll records and update AP Data to ensure accuracy. Provide support on special projects as needed and directed and perform other duties as assigned.
This position may be eligible for a flexible work arrangement, which could include a non-standard work schedule, and/or the ability to work off-site part of the time. The employee shall be available full-time during assigned work hours (specific hours to be discussed with supervisor).
Analytical skills to conduct analysis and develop recommendations, demonstrating organizational and problem-solving skills. Ability to prioritize, follow through on tasks, handle multiple tasks simultaneously, and meet deadlines independently; respond to urgent requests with the demonstrated ability to function well in a high volume environment with frequent interruptions.
Familiarity with human resources administration. General knowledge of state and federal law as they pertain to human resources administration.
Ability to read and comprehend college-level material (biological/medical terminology).
Skills to communicate effectively, both verbally and in writing. Superior oral and written communications skills with ability to interact and communicate professionally, sensitively and effectively with a diverse population of faculty, administrators, donors, visitors, students, staff and the general public.
Demonstrated writing and composition skills to produce reports, write procedures, correspondence, and documentation. Excellent proofreading skills to check accuracy, clarity, grammatical and syntactical correctness and continuity.
In-depth knowledge of computer environments, including a variety of standard web and business- and research-related software such as MS Office Word, PowerPoint, Outlook, Access, and Excel, Adobe products, and internet search engines. Knowledge of and ability to use Web-based applications, with the ability and willingness to increase skills as needed to meet the demands of business. Ability to prepare original and computerized reports, charts, tables, graphs, and other material.
Willingness and demonstrated ability to embrace and consistently uphold the principles of community for a collaborative work environment.
Ability to interpret unit agreements as well as contract negotiations, and to implement wage agreement components. Ability to communicate these issues to management and employees as required.
Demonstrated experience in researching and evaluating information, preparing concise, well-organized reports, summaries and policy documents.
Demonstrated skill to exercise effective control of situations or events in the absence of higher authority.
Experience working in higher education. Preferred
Occasional overtime required. Job offer is contingent upon satisfactory clearance based on
Background Check results.
Job offer is contingent on successful engagement in the UC COVID-19 Vaccination program (fully vaccinated with documented proof or approved exception/deferral).
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Job Reference #: 118001