Classification Title: Administrative Coordinator II
College/Division: College of Arts and Sciences
Department: CAS Psychology
Advertised Salary Range: $39,960
Advertised Job Summary:
Serve as the Office and Business Manager for the Department of Psychology. Will supervise classified staff by organizing workflow and ensuring that employees understand their duties or delegated tasks, monitoring employee productivity and providing constructive feedback and coaching. In coordination with central budget manager and department Chair, develop, supervise and coordinate the preparation, maintenance, and management of the department fiscal operations. Monitor and maintain adherence to budget. Coordinate and ensure compliance with university, state, and federal fiscal policies. In coordination with central grants manager and PI, monitor budgets and activities grants. Serve as the Department liaison between GFM and SAM offices. Close out grants that are ending and process journal entries. Act as facilitator between principal investigators, grant staff, and university divisions for funded and non-funded grants. Handles all business-related transactions for the department including, but not limited to: drafting and monitoring organizational, project-specific, and grant budgets; cost share reporting; receipting, depositing and tracking earned and/or contributed revenue; processing paperwork for travel authorizations & reimbursement, payment requests, purchase orders, special contracts, commitment reimbursements and all other procurement actions; acting as University purchasing card liaison; preparing monthly financial reports for chair's review.
Preference will be given to candidates with experience with grants management, budget forecasting, supervisory roles, and knowledge and training on University policies, procedures, and practices.
Advertised Minimum Qualifications :
Master's degree and 1 year related experience in business, public administration or administrative services, or bachelor's degree and 3 years related experience; or equivalency.
Full/Part Time: Full Time
Internal Number: 43175
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