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Series Description: Administrative Services Professional Series

Series Description: ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES PROFESSIONAL SERIES

Positions in the Administrative Services Professional Series provide the full range of specialized assistance, comprehensive financial/business support, administrative coordination, process implementation, and management oversight in support of general to complex, broad-spectrum, University-wide programs, projects, and processes related to human resource, business/financial, and management systems.

Examples of work include: coordinate on-site services or events; compile, maintain, analyze, audit, and prepare financial data and statistical reports; maintain and oversee files and documentation; establish and document systems criteria, design initiatives, and action plans; perform needs assessment; evaluate and recommend standardized protocols; oversee and conduct litigation; monitor and track projects; provide specialized communications assistance, marketing, and promotional support; and provide technical and engineering assistance and budget oversight.

Series Management Standard:  Alternate Career Progression Job Standards:

Administrative Professional Career Progression Job Standards:

Administrative Professional Career Progression job standards, distinguished by the nature and scope of responsibilities and minimum education and experience, are summarized below. For detailed information, please refer to the Distinguishing Characteristics matrix.

Administrative Professional - Perform administrative/business operations; implement and coordinate organizational processes for designated University areas; use judgment in prioritizing work, resolving problems, and selecting methods within the framework of area guidelines based on a comprehensive knowledge and understanding of University policies and procedures. Influence area operations. May provide administrative or functional supervision to exempt, non-exempt, and student employees. Bachelor's degree in a related field and two to four years' related experience required.

Administrative Professional Senior - Oversee and provide leadership in facilitating highly specialized technical services and operational planning to influence, define, and support University facilities project goals; use judgment in prioritizing work, resolving problems, and selecting and applying methods with general guidance, based on a thorough knowledge and understanding of University policies and procedures. Influence area operations and University processes. Provide administrative or functional supervision to exempt, non-exempt, and student employees. Bachelor's degree in a related or specialized field and four to six years’ related or specific experience required.

Communications Professional Career Progression Job Standards:

Communications Professional Career Progression job standards, distinguished by the nature and scope of responsibilities and minimum education and experience, are summarized below. For detailed information, please refer to the Distinguishing Characteristics matrix.

Communications Professional - Provide specialized multimedia assistance and perform marketing, public relations, and design functions in support of University communications; use judgment in prioritizing work and applying methods based on a comprehensive knowledge and understanding of University policies and procedures. Influence area operations. May provide functional supervision to non-exempt staff and student employees. Bachelor's degree in a related field and two to four years’ related experience required.

Communications Professional Senior - Oversee and provide leadership in facilitating specialized multimedia services and coordinating marketing, public relations, and design functions to influence, define, and support University communications goals; use judgment in prioritizing workflow, applying methods, and decisions related to communications and media processes based on a thorough knowledge and understanding of University policies and procedures. Influence area operations and University processes. Provide administrative or functional supervision to non-exempt and student employees. Bachelor's degree in a related or specialized field and four to six years’ related or specific experience required.

Administrative Facilities Professional Career Progression Job Standards:

Administrative Facilities Career progression job standards, distinguished by the nature and scope of responsibilities and minimum education and experience, are summarized below. For detailed information, please refer to the Distinguishing Characteristics matrix.

Administrative Facilities Professional - Provide specialized technical services and administrative oversight in support of University facilities projects; use judgment in prioritizing work tasks and determining technical applications and remediation efforts based on a comprehensive knowledge and understanding of University policies and procedures.  Influence area operations and short-range University processes. May provide functional supervision to exempt, non-exempt, and student employees. Bachelor’s degree in a related or specialized field and two to five years’ related experience required. Valid Vermont driver's license or ability to obtain, and driver's check required if operating a University vehicle.

Administrative Facilities Professional Senior - Oversee and provide leadership in facilitating highly specialized technical services and operational planning to influence, define, and support University facilities project goals based on a thorough knowledge and understanding of University policies and procedures; use judgment in prioritization of workflow, determining technical applications, and developing long-range goals. Influence area operations and long-range University processes. Provide administrative or functional supervision to exempt, non-exempt, and student employees. Bachelor's degree in a specific field and six to nine years’ related experience and professional licensure required.

Administrative Analyst/Planner Professional Career Progression Job Standards:

Administrative Analyst/Planner Professional Career progression job standards, distinguished by the nature and scope of responsibilities and minimum education and experience, are summarized below. For detailed information, please refer to the Distinguishing Characteristics matrix.

Administrative Analyst/Planner - Provide specialized analysis, planning, and data management in support of designated University administrative operations; use judgment in applying analytical processes and in solving problems within established University guidelines based on a comprehensive knowledge and understanding of University processes and procedures. Influence area operations. May provide functional supervision to non-exempt and student employees. Bachelor's degree in a specialized or related field and two to four years’ related experience required.

Administrative Analyst/Planner Senior - 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 and work methods, and solving problems within the context of established University guidelines based on a thorough knowledge and understanding of University processes and procedures. Influence area operations and University processes. May provide administrative or functional supervision to exempt, non-exempt, and student employees. Bachelor's degree in a specialized or related field and four to six years’ related experience required.

Constituent Relations Professional Career Progression Job Standards:

Constittuent Relations Professional Career progression job standards, distinguished by the nature and scope of responsibilities and minimum education and experience, are summarized below. For detailed information, please refer to the Distinguishing Characteristics matrix.

Constituent Relations Professional - Coordinate programs and events and develop strategies to integrate programming and development to solicit, enhance, strengthen, and sustain constituent relations in support of a University division; use judgment in prioritizing individual work and selecting work methods and processes; develop short-term budget and operational goals; review and revise program promotion/evaluation methods; recruit and manage volunteers. May provide functional supervision to designated employees and/or affiliates.Bachelor's degree in a related area and two to four years' related experience required.

Constituent Relations Professional Senior - Build relationships with government, business, public, private and non-profit organizations and individuals to gather information, foster collaborative relationships, advocate for University interests and inform and influence public policy. Develop and initiate communication strategies to leverage and showcase research, educational and innovation value of University resources. Determine work methods, program direction, budget, and mid- to long-range operational goals; review, revise, and develop program policy and promotion strategies; recruit, manage, and establish role and direction of volunteers. Advise on community, legislative and regulatory matters that may affect the University.May provide functional supervision to designated employees and/or affiliates.Bachelor's degree in related field and five to six years' related experience required.

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