UCSD Layoff from Career Appointment: Apply by 05/20/22 for consideration with preference for rehire. All layoff applicants should contact their Employment Advisor.
Special Selection Applicants: Apply by 05/31/22. Eligible Special Selection clients should contact their Disability Counselor for assistance.
This position is open until filled. First Review Date 5/31/22.
The UCSD Mathematics Department is a dynamic unit with 61 faculty, approximately 330 additional non-FTEs in various instructional and research titles. These academics work on a broad range research funded from a diverse range of federal, state and private agencies. The department is comprised of 17 career staff, and 167 Master's and Ph.D. students. All working together to generate high caliber research in a broad range of fields and provides an outstanding graduate program that attracts top-ranked students who contribute to the department's academic reputation.
The department maintains a large undergraduate course of study that prepares pure and applied majors (over 2400) in Mathematics, as well as 57 other majors across the campus, with the strong fundamental background in mathematics needed to succeed in a variety of career options. The faculty are engaged in a vigorous research program with an average of 72 active awards in many interdisciplinary areas totaling approximately $20M/Yr. and an instructional program that enrolls approximately 30,000 graduates and undergraduates per year. As the fundamental language of science, Mathematics is an essential intellectual tool required by a trained workforce to create the technological advances of the future.
The department is the home of The Center for Computational Mathematics (CCoM) consists of a broad and diverse group of faculty, researchers, and students, who share a common interest in the mathematical aspects of computation. And the home of the Director of the Mathematics Diagnostic Testing Project an intersegmental education project in California
Under general supervision by the Academic Personnel and Human Resources Supervisor, the Academic Personnel/Human Resource Analyst is responsible for administratively managing a full range of academic personnel matters of moderate scope and complexity in the Department of Mathematics.
The AP/HR Analyst serves as a consultant to the AP/HR Supervisor in the analysis and interpretation of relevant academic personnel policies and procedures. In collaboration with the Academic Personnel team, the AP/HR Analyst will initiate and process departmental academic affairs including recruitments, appointments, reviews and personnel actions, leaves, visas, separations, layoffs, etc. Ensures compliance with Academic Affirmative Action requirements; review, assess, and recommend revisions to existing policy and procedures. Independently responsible for Postdoctoral Scholars and undergraduate student hires, and backs up the Academic Personnel team as needed.
Must be able to work overtime as needed.
Comprehensive knowledge and working experience, and ability to research, interpret and apply University and divisional policies, procedures, and other regulations relating to temporary appointment aspects of academic personnel and research positions, including affirmative action, recruitment, immigration status, submission of appointment, reappointment and termination files, payroll policies, employee benefits, etc. Knowledge of and ability to apply/interpret organization and college policies and procedures which govern academic HR.
Knowledge of the organization, college, and departmental formal and informal policies and procedures and understanding of variances to stated policies. Proven ability to work independently, collaboratively, and confidentially in a highly computerized, high volume, team-oriented environment, exercising good judgment, diplomacy, creativity, and initiative in the performance of job responsibilities.
Working knowledge and experience of visa types, immigration regulations, and related restrictions on employment.
Knowledge of human resources management systems and other related business software programs and systems. Working knowledge of information technology systems and demonstrated ability to use computer software systems for word processing, data manipulation, email, and spreadsheet software.
Proficient knowledge of computer systems and applications, including word processing, spreadsheets, and presentation software. Ability to incorporate computer technology to improve processes.
Knowledge of unit academic culture and educational goals of discipline(s) served. Demonstrated knowledge of Academic recruitment procedures and processes.
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