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POST DATE 9/17/2016
END DATE 10/8/2016

University of California - Santa Cruz Santa Cruz, CA

Santa Cruz, CA
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Entry Level (0 - 2 years)
Bachelors Degree


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Recruitment Type

Job Title
Humanities Academic Programs and Staff Human Resources (SHR) Analyst.

Humanities [316]

Dean's Office

Hiring Unit
Dean's Office

Job Open Date

Position is open until filled; initial review of application materials will begin on:

Appointment Type
Career [2]

Start Date
Immediate Opening

End Date

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Furlough time period

Full time

Days per week

Average hours per day

Percent of Time

Fixed or Variable*

Average hours per week

Days of the week


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Salary Information
Starting Salary Range: $4,625 - $6,475/monthly. Salary commensurate w/qualifications and experience.

Benefits Eligibility
This position is eligible for Full benefits.


Personnel Program
Professional Support Staff (PSS)

Salary Grade

EEO/Affirmative Action Statement
The University of California is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, age, or protected veteran status. UC Santa Cruz is committed to excellence through diversity and strives to establish a climate that welcomes, celebrates, and promotes respect for the contributions of all students and employees.

Summary Statement
Under the general direction of the Assistant Dean, the Academic Program and Staff Human Resources Analyst (APSHR) is responsible for overseeing and providing support and coordination for Academic Programs and Curriculum planning, analysis and management, Academic Program Reviews and Staff Human Resources (SHR) planning and analysis.

The APSHR is responsible for providing complex analysis in support of divisional academic and curricular planning and the management of program planning including coordinating outreach and yield activities at the undergraduate level, admission and enrollment targets, the development of new undergraduate and graduate program proposals, and the management and administration of graduate fellowships. Additionally, the APSHR Analyst oversees SHR planning and management within the division. Primary duties include providing expertise and advising the assistant dean and dean on the development, interpretation, implementation, and execution of SHR policies, procedures and practices to effectively provide overall support for organizational planning related to staffing and organizational development initiatives as well as compliance with campus policies and procedures.

The APSHR analyst acts as the primary divisional liaison with senior campus staff, faculty and staff in divisional departments, academic senate office and committees [such as Committee on Ethnic Programming (CEP) and Graduate Council], Graduate Division, Division of Undergraduate Education, and Academic Affairs. The APSHR consults with the Assistant Dean and Dean as requested and provides data and information to inform report and draft correspondence and report for the Assistant Dean and Dean on their behalf or under their signature, as directed.

Qualifications / Competencies
Knowledge of and experience applying/interpreting complex policy and procedures

Knowledge of and experience applying/interpreting graduate and undergraduate admission processes

Demonstrated knowledge of elementary statistical procedures and analytical expertise

Working knowledge of Staff Human Resources (SHR) policies

Demonstrated analytical skills with the ability to provide concise, incisive information to multiple departments, divisional staff and the Dean of Humanities

Ability to use and extract data from central enterprise data systems and local database systems

Experience working in a computerized office environment using word processing, database, spreadsheet applications

Demonstrated ability to update and manage web content

Ability to represent the Division and to engage professionally with an increasingly diverse population at all levels of the organization, including maintaining effective working relationships with diverse constituents

Proven ability to think through the consequences of a decision prior to making it

Ability to collaborate effectively, and to work both in a team environment and independently

Demonstrated analytical and tactful problem-solving skills

Demonstrated experience in managing projects with high volume of information; identifying objectives, establishing priorities, and delegating responsibilities

Demonstrated organizational, planning, and time management skills

Excellent written, oral, and interpersonal communication skills

Ability to maintain confidential data and information

Preferred Qualifications / Competencies
Familiarity with the challenges, goals, and aspirations of institutions of higher education, public or private

Special Conditions of Employment
Selected candidate will be required to pass a criminal history background check

Ability to maintain conduct and appearance suitable for working in a professional setting

Critical position requiring background check(s)*

Background check(s) required
Criminal History Review

If you selected "license, certificate or degree" above, specify the type here:

Does this position require an E-Verify check*

(Note: Certain positions funded by federal contracts or sub-contracts require the selected candidate to pass an E-Verify check which confirms the individual's eligibility to work in the U.S.) No, this position does not require an E-Verify Check.

Will the employee be required to participate in the DMV Pull Notice program*

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Supplemental documents (in addition to application) applicants will be allowed to attach
Cover Letter
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Staff Human Resources Planning and Analysis
Staffing Needs, Organization and Training: analyze and evaluate the short and long term staff support needs within the division in support of Staff Human Resources (SHR) resource planning.

Advise and consult with the Assistant Dean on divisional staffing needs including appropriate levels of staffing, organization and responsibilities.

Oversee the implementation of staffing plans and proposals.

Perform thorough review and analysis of central requests for information, analysis and commentary on campus and system wide proposals and reports, and prepare divisional responses to such requests for distribution to the appropriate University, campus and/or divisional units.

Draft correspondence on behalf of the Dean and Assistant Dean of Humanities and create and modify letters for division.

Conduct exit interviews, when requested, in support of staff retention.

Oversee training and staff development.

Provide orientation to academic and staff supervisors regarding responsibilities related to staff management.

Staff Human Resource Management: work with Humanities management to conduct complex analysis and interpretation of University campus and internal policies and procedures; ensure compliance and internal controls are in place - this includes analytical and policy support on Staff Human Resources