Associate Director of Academic Personnel
The Associate Director of Academic Personnel will support the Provost's Office in meeting its operational and strategic objectives, with a high degree of judgment, initiative, and leadership. The Associate Director will serve as advisor and consultant on matters related to human resource management, personnel policies and procedures to all programs, departments, schools and colleges under Academic Affairs.
Minimum Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in human resources management, business administration, or related field plus 3 years of relevant experience or an equivalent combination of education and training plus 7 years of relevant experience.
- Must have the ability to speak and write clearly and concisely; work through problems, develop solutions and foster resolution and action; balance numerous demands; evaluate competing priorities, weigh issues prior to taking action, and keep projects moving forward productively and efficiently; provide practical, solution-driven initiatives; handle confidential information in a discreet manner, accept direction; and work cooperatively with others.
- Must have communication skills sufficient to clearly and concisely articulate ideas, concepts and proposals and to interact with a wide range of diverse people; critical thinking skills to conduct complex analyses and research; and facilitation/negotiation skills.
- Superior proficiency in Word, Excel, Adobe and database systems. Must be proficient in basic math skills and be detail oriented.
- Knowledge of federal/state employment laws and the ability to interpret and apply academic/HR policies and collective bargaining agreements.
- Experience working in higher education.
- Ability to run queries and navigate the PeopleSoft HR system.
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Review of applications will begin on June 7, 2017 and may continue until a suitable candidate pool has been identified.
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