Administrative Coordinator II- Assistant Director of Human Resources

Location
Columbia, SC
Posted
Apr 13, 2017
Institution Type
Four-Year Institution


Job Title Administrative Coordinator II- Assistant Director of Human Resources

Internal Title Assistant Director of Human Resources

Quicklink uscjobs.sc.edu/applicants/Central?quickFind=80847

Band 6

Requisition Number 011644

Minimum Salary $47,952

Salary Range

Pay Basis Annually

Department College of Arts and Sciences- Dean's Office

Campus USC Columbia

Expected Fill Date

Job Posting Date 04-12-2017

Reopen Date

Minimum Posting Period Ends 04-18-2017

Job Close Date 04-26-2017

Type of Position
Staff

Job Type Full-Time

Job Category Professional/Administrative

If Research Grant/Time Limited, indicate the benefits provided



Job Description
The College of Arts & Sciences is the largest college in South Carolina, and the largest unit of the University of South Carolina. With 22 core academic disciplines and 50 interdisciplinary programs, centers, institutes, and schools, it is the academic heart of the University. The CAS Office of Human Resources provides services to over 2000 faculty, classified staff, graduate and undergraduate students, temporary, time-limited and research grant employees.

The Assistant Director (AD) of Human Resources is a key member in the Office of the Dean. She/he will assist with the human resource operations of the College of Arts and Sciences, by providing administrative support to the Director of Human Resources in managing the Office of Human Resources in the College. Will assist the Director in coordinating the human resources operations of the College to include, but not limited to, the hiring and reappointing of faculty, staff, students, and temporary employees, tenure and promotion, post-tenure review, third-year review, retention actions, sabbatical leaves, dual employment, ECOM processes, resignations, and retirements. Evaluates the personnel management activities of all 51 units to ensure compliance with federal, state and University policies and procedures.

The AD will be responsible in managing the human capital management in the hiring of classified staff. Will also be responsible for reviewing and approving various human resources actions for classified staff FTE personnel, including but not limited to, creating, updating, and/or reviewing position descriptions, reviewing and approving job requisitions, processing new hire documents, reviewing and processing dual appointments for staff, processing and submitting resignations, and retirements. The incumbent will serve as a Corporate Administrator for E-verify for the College. Will work with the Budget Office to research and/or correct any errors regarding salary, account changes, etc. and generate paperwork as needed for these actions.

The Assistant Director of Human Resources is expected to maintain official personnel files for all FTE classified staff by filing all processed HR documents in a timely manner. Maintains and updates, as needed, the classified staff database for the College and various other spreadsheets on behalf of the Director.

Will oversee the College's EPMS processes annually and advise units, as needed, on the required procedures and paperwork.

The Assistant Director will assist the Director of Human Resources with the faculty review processes as requested, including but not limited to reviewing dossiers, paperwork, etc. for Third Year Reviews, Tenure and Promotion, and Post Tenure Reviews.

Must be willing to contribute to the overall success of the College by performing other related duties as required or assigned by the Director and/or Dean of the College.


Minimum Qualifications
Master's degree and 5 years relevant experience in business, public administration or administrative services, or bachelor's degree and 7 years relevant experience in business, public administration or administrative services; or equivalency.


Preferred Qualifications
Considerable knowledge of policies and procedures related to the University's faculty personnel operations, faculty review processes, Summer employment (ECOM), and academic affairs (ACAF) policies and procedures.


Documents which must be associated with this posting
Resume/CV
Cover Letter
List of References


Special Instructions to Applicants


SOC Code 13-1071

PI97504002