Administrative Analyst/Planner—Job Standard
Job Family: Professional
Series:Administrative Services Professionl
Job Code: 3051
This job standard is part of a career progression within the Administrative Services Professional Series consisting of Administrative Analyst/Planner and Administrative Analyst/Planner Senior.
Provide specialized analysis, planning and data management in support of designated University administrative operations.
The duties listed are not all-inclusive. Duties assigned to individual employees may vary.
Provide specialized analysis, planning and data
management in support of designated University administrative operations;
use judgment in applying analytical processes and solving problems within
the context of established University guidelines; assist in or develop processes
or procedures to assess or meet campus wide objectives and strategic goals,
limit institutional risk and assure long-term financial stability.
Compile, reconcile, and maintain budgetary, statistical, resource or regulatory data; analyze, summarize, and disseminate or publish results; assist in and collaborate with internal constituents to design and develop evaluation techniques, data specifications, and resource parameters; maintain security and integrity of data, and compliance with University and regulatory policies and procedures.
Monitor and update multiple informational databases; document, process and archive forms, files and records; track resource information and prepare technical and administrative reports; use standard and specialized software applications.
Serve as a resource and liaison; provide information and guidance, interpret and communicate complex policy and procedural information to internal and external consituents based on a comprehensive knowledge and understanding of University processes and procedures.
May provide functional supervision to designated employees and/or affiliates.
Minimum QualificationsEducation and experience equivalent to:
Bachelor's degree in a related or specialized field and two to four years' related experience required.
Last modified October 10 2011 08:50 AM