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This position is open until filled.
The UC San Diego Department of Economics is among the top 20% of ranked Ph.D. programs according to the National Research Council's assessment of doctoral programs in the U.S.. The Department has over 2400 undergraduate majors, 190 minors, and serves more than 18,000 enrollments annually. Currently there are 38 ladder-rank faculty, 130 graduate students, and 14 administrative staff members.
Under general supervision of the Chief Administrative Officer (CAO), the Academic Personnel Analyst solely and independently manages the full range of academic personnel functions and serves as expert advisor to the Chair and CAO for the Department of Economics whoseinstructional faculty includes Ladder-Rank Faculty, LSOEs, Continuing Lecturers, Lecturers, Associates-Ins, Academic Administrators, Post Docs, Visiting Professors, and Visiting Scholars, some of whom have joint appointments in professional schools such as Rady andGPS, and outside entities such as NOAA, and Southwest Fisheries.
Due to the department's ranking and the international makeup of its constituents, the Academic Personnel Analyst must address multiple complex issues such as non-US Citizenship status, a salary scale that is unique in social sciences (B/E/E scale), highly competitiverecruitments and retentions, interdisciplinary/multi department appointments, complex leaves and other non-routine actions that require high level analytical skill to determine appropriate processing.
In addition to serving as chief advisor to the Department Chair and CAO, manages all aspects of academic personnel as outlined in the functions below. In all areas, analyze and interpret relevant policy as required, providing expert recommendations for compliance fordepartment AP actions, work with Chair and CAO to develop internal policy, identify solutions to complex, non-standard issues, and assist in long- and short-range strategic planning for AP matters. Serve as main contact with the divisional and central academic personnel offices,International Center, OAEDO, etc.
Occasional overtime may be required.
Demonstrated experience in academic personnel in a higher education setting including review and appointment file preparation.
Strong knowledge of and ability to apply/interpret organization and college policies and procedures which govern academic HR.
Knowledge of organization, college and departmental formal and informal policies and procedures and understanding of variances to stated policies.
Ability to analyze and interpret complex immigration policy issues and convey information to academic personnel employees with potentially limited language and cultural comprehension.
Skills to research emerging and new federal regulations regarding visa status and changes in status, employment and tax issues for visitors and their dependents extensions of stay, travel outside the US, etc.
Knowledge of unit academic culture and educational goals of discipline(s) served.
Ability to independently analyze data and complex problems, conduct research, interpret trends, develop and implement solutions that meet the objectives of the department. Strong analytic, organizational, problem solving, negotiation and decision making skills.
Ability to analyze documents for compliance with campus and systemwide regulations and procedures; collective bargaining regulations and procedures, Affirmative Action guidelines and immigration regulations.
Demonstrated knowledge of human resources management systems and other related business software programs and systems.
Proficient skill in using computers and wide variety of software packages for presentations, written communication, data processing and electronic communication (Word, Excel, Access, Outlook, Survey Monkey, Adobe Acrobat, web updates, etc.).
Experience in creating and maintaining electronic filing systems. Ability to organize documents and materials in a logical fashion for the purposes of institutional knowledge retention.
Ability to perform statistical data analysis and interpretation with the ability to compile and present data and findings to o
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