Academic Personnel Analyst
8AM - 5PM
$65,700 - $97,500
The Academic Personnel Analyst has a dual responsibility for measured deliverables to the campus and serves as a campus level subject matter expert for academic compensation. The position reports to the Assistant Vice Provost for Academic Personnel, with dotted line reporting to the Vice Provost for Academic Personnel and the Data and Technology Manager. The position is customer focused, characterized by a high degree of collaboration and coordination. The Academic Personnel Analyst functions as the primary contact to the campus for Academic Compensation related questions and issues. The position provides professional analysis and support for academic personnel processes (e.g academic personnel review, recruitment, appointments, etc.), and participates in policy and procedure development and implementation. This position serves as the liaison and primary contact for designated organizational units on the campus. It is responsible for utilizing tools to assess, anticipate and respond to organizational AP-related needs of the assigned customer base. The Academic Personnel Analyst partners with the APO team at large to deliver programs, initiatives, and to proactively plan and improve services. The position formulates partnerships across the campus to deliver AP services that reflect the strategic objectives and goals of the University, the Academic Personnel Office and the designated organizational units.
Knowledge of trends in academia, especially in areas of academic planning, human resource management and administration.
Requires advanced knowledge of and ability to apply/interpret systemwide, organization and college policies and procedures which govern academic HR.
Requires political acumen.
Demonstrated initiative, tact and planning skills.
Ability to analyze complex management issues; develop project scope and solutions, give professional advice to senior officials and make critical decisions regarding personnel.
Advanced knowledge of organization and college goals, priorities and values and the legal and human implications of decisions.
Ability to communicate effectively with diverse audiences.
In the Heart of Inland Southern California, UC Riverside is located on nearly 1,200 acres near Box Springs Mountain in Southern California; the park-like campus provides convenient access to the vibrant and growing Inland region. The campus is a living laboratory for the exploration of issues critical to growing communities' air, water, energy, transportation, politics, the arts, history and culture. UCR gives every student the resources to explore, engage, imagine and excel.
At UC Riverside we celebrate diversity and are proud of our #12 ranking among the nation for most diverse universities (US News and World Report 2013-2014). Become part of a place that fosters success for all its constituents, students, faculty, and staff, and where work/life balance and campus culture are integral to our way of life.
UCR is ranked 55th among top public universities (US News and World Report 2013-2014).
The University of California is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer with a strong institutional commitment to the achievement of excellence and diversity among its faculty and staff. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, disability, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.
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