A major infrastructure program is MyCORES, a scheduling and billing software which is being replaced with iLab software. During this transition period, MyCORES will still require service and maintenance until all cores are moved to iLab. The Program Analyst will aid in implementation of cores into iLab and assist in documenting progress in the implementation and preparing support documents as requested by Research Resource Program (RRP) management. The Analyst will also assist the RRP in the day-to-day operations and provide project help by delivering high-level administrative and customer support to the RRP staff, Cores, and researchers. Administrative liaison services include assisting and working with other departments such as HR, purchasing, and IT. They will also be involved with planning and assisting in coordination and scheduling of events and meetings. Additional duties include communications, website development, and marketing as well as working on developing educational content for cores. They will also aid RRP staff on various services and projects as assigned.
The ideal candidate will have proven ability to independently set priorities, handle deadlines and manage conflicting demands with limited supervision, but also work as part of a diverse and dynamic team. He/she/they will possess strong writing and oral communication skills with the ability to effectively communicate complex and technical information in a clear and concise manner for multiple audiences. He/she/they will demonstrate effective interpersonal and collaborative skills to build strong working relationships with stakeholders and leaders at all levels across and external to the university. He/she/they will have excellent organizational skills and attention to detail, analytical, project management and independent problem-solving skills.
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