Perform administrative and/or fiscal activities of moderate complexity with moderate authority to make commitments on behalf of a designated area or department.
Principle Duties and Responsibilities:
Maintain and reconcile detailed budgets, and prepare recommendations for corrective action.
Review and recommend expenditures for materials, equipment, support staff, and travel.
Assist in preparing contract budgets, grant applications, proposals, status reports, and financial statements.
Prepare monthly projections for Department management of Department operations and associated costs.
Participate in preparation of unit budget projections and plans, including staffing requirements.
Participate in the resolution of operating problems and employee complaints.
Train and evaluate the performance of assigned support staff.
Supervise the collection and recording of data, and maintain records.
Coordinate the handling of routine personnel actions.
Assist in development, implementation, and interpretation of policy and procedures.
Respond to inquiries and complaints received from faculty, staff, students, outside agencies, and the public, which require interpretation of policies and procedures.
Coordinate the use of facilities, services, and equipment.
Perform related Departmental duties, as required.
An Associate's degree in Business Administration, Office Technology, or a related field is required (Four years' administrative/office management experience is equivalent to possessing an Associate's degree).
Two years' administrative/office management experience is necessary.
If this position works directly with grant funded projects, prior experience with grant writing and budgeting may be required.
Additional qualifications specific to area of assignment may be desirable.
Internal Number: 13381
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