This position will remain open until a suitable candidate is identified.
Initial resume review will begin 3/11/19.
UCSD Layoff from Career Appointment: Apply by 02/27/19 for consideration with preference for rehire. All layoff applicants should contact their Employment Advisor.
Special Selection Applicants: Apply by 4/8/19. Eligible Special Selection clients should contact their Disability Counselor for assistance.
The UC San Diego Human Resources Department is the campus central office encompassing numerous core campus organizations that include Disability Counseling and Consulting Services, Benefits, Compensation and Classification, Employee Relations, Talent Acquisition and Data Analytics Services, Equal Opportunity Services, Faculty and Staff Assistance Program, Labor Relations, Retirement Resource Center, Policy Development and Work Life, Staff Education and Development, and Temporary Employment Services.
The Director, HR Business and Finance is responsible for the centralized financial resource analysis, reporting and business operations management within the Human Resources Department. Provides high-level analytical support to the Chief Human Resources Officer, and develops advanced budget modeling tools, systems, reports, and dashboards to guide management decisions. This position will be responsible for establishing and directing the long-range, financial and strategic planning objectives for HR and will develop funding models and/or infrastructure to address ongoing operational and reporting needs. In addition, this position will independently conduct high level research and data analysis to resolve complex financial problems and issues.
The Director, HR Business and Finance will provide financial and strategic decision support for all HR units to ensure achievement of the organization's long term financial goals. This position will oversee all HR recharge administration, assessment of overhead costs and service agreements for self-supporting and other income producing activities. Develops work plans, approaches and strategies for rate calculations, proposal development, rate negotiations, and compliance issues.
Uses advanced professional concepts and organizational objectives to resolve complex issues in creative and effective ways. Works on complex issues where analysis of situations or data requires an in-depth evaluation of variable factors. Exercises judgment in selecting methods, techniques, and evaluation criteria for obtaining results. Contacts are both internal and external to the department at all levels.
Must be willing and able to travel.
Must have access to reliable transportation.
Occasional evenings and weekends may be required.
Advanced knowledge of finance policies, practices, and systems. Advanced skill in applying organization and management theories, cost and budget analysis in order to analyze large quantities of financial data, extract pertinent data, compile financial models, analyze and present data effectively, and ability to prepare accurate financial reports in various formats.
Ability to identify, collect, and analyze information from multiple sources. Knowledge of recharge activity policies and procedures. Ability to develop recharge activity proposals and rate charges. Knowledge of cost accounting practices and the administration of income producing activities.
Advanced ability to effectively present complex finance related information both verbally and in writing in a clear and concise manner.
In-depth ability to use multiple spreadsheet and database software tools to gather information for specialized, complex financial analysis, fiscal management, and financial reports.
Strong knowledge of databases, general computer applications, programs, terminology, functions and operations as management tools for analyzing financial processes for automation, and for improving, implementing, and enhancing all levels of fiscal activity, and for forecasting and report generation
Advanced knowledge and understanding of internal control practices and their impact on protecting University resources. Advanced knowledge of finance policies, practices, and systems. Thorough knowledge of business, accounting, finance, and budgeting principles and best business practices.
Excellent performance management and supervisory skills including: delegation and reassignment of tasks, monitoring production and quality of work, setting performance standards,identify training and development needs for staff, assessing individual capabilities and workloads, and conducting performance evaluations.
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