Job Requisition Number: 27108. The College of Engineering at UC Berkeley is recognized for its educational and research excellence, consistently ranking among the top three Engineering colleges in the United States. With more than 230 regular faculty members, 1,940 graduate students and 3,250 undergraduate students located in seven academic departments, Engineering is the second largest college on the Berkeley campus. Operating expenditures for the College are close to $200 million annually.
The Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences (EECS) in the College of Engineering is the largest department on the Berkeley campus consisting of over 130 faculty, adjunct, active emeriti and PIR appointments, 3,000+ undergraduates both in the College of Engineering and Letters and Science, 650+ graduate students, and 60+ staff members. EECS programs are consistently ranked in the top three by many measures, including U.S. News & World Report's national and global ranking. Annual operating budget not including research expenditures for EECS is about $33 million.
The Department is actively engaged in teaching and research in the disciplines of Artificial Intelligence, Computational Biology, Databases, Graphics, Hardware / Architecture, Human-Computer Interaction, Operating Systems / Networking, Programming Systems / Software, Scientific Computing, Theory, Vision (in Computer Science) as well as Biosystems, Communication/Networking, Communications/Physical Layer, Control, Design, Modeling, and Analysis, Electromagnetics/Antennas, Integrated Circuits, Optics, Physical Electronics Devices, Physical Electronics/MEMS, Optoelectronics, Energy, Robotics, Signal Processing for Image & Video, Signal Processing for Speech & Audio (in Electrical Engineering). Computer Science operates research and instructional laboratories in Soda Hall and Sutardja Dai Hall, and Electrical Engineering operates like facilities in Cory Hall and Sutardja Dai Hall. EECS also has a significant technical staff support structure to provide support for research and instructional laboratories and fabrication facilities.
The Academic HR Analyst reports directly the Senior Academic Personnel Manager for the CS Division. Responsibilities include recommending, developing, implementing, administering, coordinating, and/or evaluating Academic Human Resources policies, labor contracts, statutes, programs, and procedures covering the following: academic recruitment, appointment, and advancement; compensation and salary administration; faculty welfare programs; campus-mandated search and recruitment procedures; and payroll issues.
50% Academic Case Management:
Under general supervision provides advice and guidance on documented faculty or other academic staff compensation programs, academic personnel policies and procedures.
Applies knowledge of University policies and procedures to counsel senate and non-senate faculty on academic employee and labor policies, procedures, salary administration, and appropriate practices. Reviews faculty submission of advancement case materials, ensuring completeness, accuracy, and adherence to policy. Assesses and summarizes data and comments from teaching evaluations. Initiates transactions in UCPath and assists with APBears routing. Under guidance from Senior Academic Personnel Manager counsels faculty and other academic staff concerning work-related problems, work-eligibility (visa) matters such as J-1 processing, and benefits considerations.
25% Recruitment Support:
Working with Senior Academic Personnel Manager, reviews search plans and reports. Supports faculty search committees and ensures compliance with the Office of Faculty Equity and Welfare (OFEW) search requirements. Coordinating with the Scheduling Officers and Senior Academic Personnel Managers, manages the AY Unit-18 Lecturer recruitment and appointment process, including drafting the search plan, assessing and flagging applications, facilitating interviews, and drafting the search report. Coordinating with the Dean’s office, completes and submits Unit-18 Lecturer appointment check sheets by established College deadlines. Provides support for facilitating senate faculty candidate visits, including interview schedules, travel arrangements, A/V and room reservations, and recruitment materials.
20% Faculty Leave Management:
Using knowledge of university policy, reviews, tracks, and submits faculty leave requests to the College. Initiates approved transactions in UCPath. As needed, collaborates with CSS -ERSO HR/Payroll Team and EECS HR/Payroll group with payroll services to request late pays, process overpayments and other payroll needs.
5% General Support and Special Projects:
Other duties as needed, including calendaring, committee meeting staffing, electronic filing, and correspondence distribution. Data entry and maintenance of internal Academic Personnel database. Assistance with data collection and analysis for special projects.•Analytical skills and critical thinking skills to conduct analysis and develop recommendations to Chairs/Senior Managers/faculty. •Demonstrated organization, problem solving, and communication skills with excellent writing skills. •Ability to work collaboratively and independently. •Demonstrated initiative, tact, and planning skills. •Demonstrated ability to multi-task with demanding time frames. •Requires political acumen, discretion, and the ability to maintain confidentiality.
The University of California was chartered in 1868 and its flagship campus - envisioned as a "City of Learning" - was established at Berkeley, on San Francisco Bay. Today the world's premier public university and a wellspring of innovation, UC Berkeley occupies a 1,232 acre campus with a sylvan 178-acre central core. From this home its academic community makes key contributions to the economic and social well-being of the Bay Area, California, and the nation.