Academic Personnel Manager

University of California, Los Angeles

Los Angeles, CA

ID: 7059605
Posted: August 21, 2019
Application Deadline: September 21, 2019

Job Description

Academic Personnel Manager

University of California, Los Angeles

Requisition Number: 30762

Salary: $5,325 - $10,533 monthly

Position Description:

The Academic Personnel (AP) Manager in the Graduate School of Education & Information Studies (GSE&IS) provides leadership in the formulation of long-range policies and the establishment of goals and objectives related to academic personnel for the school. GSE&IS is comprised of two academic departments, 16 research units, several faculty research projects, a lab school, and two partnership schools external to UCLA. Responsibilities include: advising the Dean, the Departmental Chairs, and Vice-Chair for Academic Personnel in Education on policies and procedures for all academic appointments; overseeing all personnel and payroll functions for academic appointments within GSE&IS; developing clear, consistent, and compliant practices for academic personnel actions in alignment with University practices; and acting as the liaison between GSE&IS and the Academic Personnel Office (APO) on policy and procedural matters. The AP Manager handles personnel and payroll functions for all Ladder Rank and Professional Faculty Titles, including, but not limited to Academic Administrators, Academic Coordinators, Research Scientists, Project Scientists, Visiting Professors, etc. The incumbent oversees all functions related to this subset of academic employees, including: recruitment, appointments, on-boarding, subsequent personnel actions, merit reviews, and payroll management and processing. The incumbent will act as the primary point of contact for internal and external departmental offices, such as APO, The Dashew Center, Insurance and Risk Management, Workers Compensation, and Employee and Labor Relations for all academic personnel related matters. Additional duties include: facilitation of benefits administration and advisement of benefits eligibility for all applicable positions; providing guidance on available benefits options; advising on and administering leave of absence requests; liaising with CHR's Central Benefits Office, CRU, and the UC Path Center when needed; and supervising, mentoring, training, and hiring the Academic Personnel Analyst. Incumbent will work in tandem with chairs, faculty, & the Dean to ensure consistency in their practices and compliance with University academic personnel standards for all matters related to personnel actions (initial appointment, merit reviews & promotions for approximately 100 ladder rank faculty and other professional school faculty, 6 professional researchers and 35 demonstration teachers).

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