(Classified as: Confidential Administrative Support, PSL II)
Full-time position available on or after October 19, 2020 in the Office of Faculty Affairs.
Under the general direction of the Associate Vice President for Faculty Affairs, the Faculty Affairs Specialist is responsible for providing highly complex administrative and technical expertise in the development, implementation, and ongoing maintenance and evaluation of appointment, career advancement and compensation programs for faculty personnel and academic student employees. Prepares reports, provides recommendations and is a liaison to university administration (Provost & President), deans, department chairs, Academic Senate, departmental and deans' staff for consistency in the interpretation and compliance with collective bargaining agreements, university and system policies and procedures. Oversees faculty and academic student employee application process, providing guidance for recruitment and hiring. Analyzes complex compensation issues and advises the Associate Vice President on a variety of compensation and other personnel actions. With the Associate Vice President, is responsible for the development of management positions with respect to "meet and confer" dialogue with both California Faculty Association (CFA) and United Auto Workers (UAW) representatives, including research and analysis of confidential personnel information. Responsible for tracking service salary increase eligibility and range elevation entitlements. Provides guidance and assistance with part-time faculty appointment process, salary administration, entitlements and various reports upon request to deans, department chairs, administrative support staff, VP of Academic Affairs (provost), and others, when appropriate. Responsible for coordination of UAW bargaining unit representatives access to training and orientation of academic student employees and provides guidance to departments in support of academic student employment.
Minimum qualifications: Bachelors degree and/or a minimum of 2 years of similar experience in a Higher Education environment.
Experience in handling employment of academic personnel including administration of compensation programs and working in a collective bargaining environment.
Comprehensive knowledge of the PeopleSoft application and business processes.
Experience in a collective bargaining environment.
Advanced and comprehensive knowledge and understanding of both the Unit 3 and Unit 11 collective bargaining agreements, CSU policies and procedures relating to academic personnel and compensation issues and the ability to interpret and apply them using sound judgment.
Comprehensive knowledge of CHRS Recruiting (Page Up).
$4,233 - $9,514 per month plus excellent paid benefits. (Anticipated salary will be $4,233 - $4,656 per month, depending on the qualifications of the successful finalist.)
Closing Date/Time: October 16, 2020