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Administrative Analyst/Planner Senior

Administrator Analyst/Planner Senior

Job Family: Professional
Series: Administrative Services Professional
Job Code: 3061
FLSA: Exempt
Union Status:

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.


Job Overview

Oversee and provide leadership in facilitating specialized analysis, planning and data management to influence, define and support designated University administrative operations and goals.

Typical Functions

The duties listed are not all-inclusive. Duties assigned to individual employees may vary.

Oversee and provide leadership in facilitating specialized analysis, planning and data management to influence, define and support designated University administrative operations and goals; use judgment in prioritizing workflow, applying analytical processes, selecting work methods, and negotiating outcomes within the context of established University guidelines; provide expertise in long-range planning for processes, procedures or special projects to assess, meet or advance campus wide objectives and strategic goals, reduce or limit institutional risk and assure long-term financial stability.

Compile complex institutional data; provide high level auditing, analysis, evaluation, and reporting of internal controls, accounting practices, business transactions and strategies; develop procedures and participate in development of internal policies to ensure reliability and integrity of data and compliance with pertinent University and regulatory policies and procedures.

Oversee management of complex institutional data, fund, account or budget documentation; update multiple informational databases; prepare high-level administrative reports and documentation that may be confidential in nature; use standard and specialized software applications.

Serve as a resource and liaison; provide information, technical advice and guidance, and interpret, analyze and communicate complex policy, procedural and organizational information to internal and external constituents based on a thorough knowledge and understanding of University processes and procedures.
May provide administrative supervision to University staff and/or functional supervision to designated employees and/or affiliates.

Minimum Qualifications 

Education and experience equivalent to: 

Bachelor's degree in a related or specialized field and five to six years' related experience required.

Last modified October 10 2011 08:50 AM