Responsible for providing guidance on and the primary liaison between Human Resources and Housing, Dining, Recreation and Business Services for human resources functions. Manages operational and business units within the Housing, Dining, Recreation and Business Services operation.
- Responsible for the operations related to all aspects of employment including hiring, engagement, promotion, performance evaluation, staff scheduling and assignments, discipline, and payroll.
- Works under the guidance of Human Resources for all employee and labor relations matters. Investigates concerns in order to provide direction and guidance to staff. Assists with and participates in labor management committee and collective bargaining negotiations. Ensures operational policies and procedures adhere to university policies, local, state and federal regulations.
- Provides leadership and oversight for the training and development of staff in HDRBS including compliance, safety, process/procedural and professional development. Ensures departmental compliance with regulatory authorities, needs assessments are completed for safety and process driven training, and professional development plans are in place to assist with creation of career ladders and succession planning.
- Supervise and assign all administrative staff and their job responsibilities. Evaluates and allocates administrative support, to include eProcurement, door access, credit card reconciliation, vehicle, computer and supply inventory, time keeping, reporting, and meeting support.
- Direct supervision of operational and business units. Monitors and evaluates the efficiency of operations and service delivery methods and procedures. Reviews workflow, identifies opportunities for improvement; directs the implementation of changes.
- Utilize lean principles to analyze processes for possible efficiencies through centralization and/or standard work. Provide leadership in the creation and implementation of efficient and effective systems
- Responsible for planning, monitoring and making recommendations for unit budget. Utilizes systems (KRONOS, Hiretouch, Banner, MiNE) to provide reports on staffing models, incentive programming, wage changes and provide strategic overview for long range fiscal planning.
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Bachelor's degree and 5-8 years of experience or an equivalent combination of education and/or experience is acceptable.
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