UC Davis

You might wonder what it is like to work here. While there are as many answers as there are workers — we have more than 30,000 — often you hear people say that they choose UC Davis because they can work with “really bright, fun people” who share an ideal.

This common goal of wanting to help students, provide superior health care and improve the world has created an interdisciplinary and diverse community. We embrace the challenge of addressing the greatest issues of our time while growing personally and professionally.

Mar 13, 2019
Job Summary: Independent of supervision in a hospital setting, as a significant part of daily duties, responsible for treatment of patients with life-threatening illness or injury, whose conditions are likely to change on a moment-to-moment basis, and inducing and monitoring anesthesia. Under the direction of the Radiation Therapy Supervisor, provide technical support for clinical radiation therapy and to perform anesthesia under the supervision of a veterinarian. Physical Demands: - Maneuver/lift equipment and materials weighing up to 50 pounds. - Handle animals weighing up to 75 pounds. - Contact with animals, including restraint of animals (sometimes fractious) as required. Work Environment: -Work occasional overtime and various hours on short notice (including covering staff shortages and holiday shifts). -Work under Medical Surveillance procedures and review in accordance with Federal and State Laws and Regulations and University Policy. -Work under regular exposure to zoonotic diseases, anesthesia, cleaning chemicals and exposure to radioactive patients. - May be required to wear protective clothing for extended periods of time including: gown, coveralls, gloves, masks, face shields, goggles, sleeves and head covers. -May require working with or around areas with sick animals, hazardous materials, and/or infectious diseases, and distraught clients. -Employee is personally responsible for following health and safety guidelines/instructions. -Work in other related areas on an as needed basis. -Smoking, the use of smokeless tobacco products, and the use of unregulated nicotine products (e-cigarettes) will be strictly prohibited on any UC Davis owned or leased property, indoors and outdoors, including parking lots and residential space. Background Check Required: This position is a critical position and subject to a background check. Employment is contingent upon successful completion of background investigation including criminal history and identity checks. Yes Qualifications Minimum Qualifications: -Valid California Registered Veterinary Technician (RVT) license. -Experience independently providing intense moment-to-moment monitoring and reassessment of emergent, critically ill or anesthetized patients and inducing & monitoring anesthesia. -Experience in maintaining anesthesia and related equipment. -Experience in operating basic anesthesia equipment, i.e., anesthesia machines, ventilators and various monitoring equipment and lab equipment. -Experience in pre-medicating, inducing, maintaining and monitoring patient under anesthesia. -Experience in performing emergency care treatment (CPR) that would help prolong the life of small animal patients. -Experience in recognizing side effects of drugs commonly utilized in veterinary medicine. -Experience in recognizing normal values for physiological vital functions in small domestic animals. -Experience in restraining and safely handling all types of small domestic animals. -Experience with computer use and their applications. -Experience with basic laboratory procedures. -Experience in safely administering chemotherapy drugs to small and animal patients. -Experience in maintaining legible medical records. -Experience in recognizing and handling difficult/unpleasant situations and/or individuals. -Experience in effectively communicating verbally and in writing with diverse group of people to include students, clinicians and staff. -Experience in following both written and oral instructions. -Experience with interpersonal communication in both written and verbal form adequate enough to receive and give instruction relative to small animal anesthesia. -Interpersonal and problem solving skills. Preferred Qualifications: -Experience with diagnostic Radiology and Nuclear Medicine. -Experience using Veterinary Medical & Administrative Computer System (VMACS). -Basic knowledge of radiation biology, radiation safety and principles of clinical radiation therapy. -Experience in handling therapeutic amounts of (sealed and unsealed) radioisotopes and operating radiation producing machines. -Experience in handling and submitting biological samples, e.g. bone marrow and aspirates. -Experience in effectively organizing and presenting information to individuals or small groups. -Experience in safely administering chemotherapy drugs to small animal patients.
UC Davis Davis, CA, USA Full time
Mar 13, 2019
Job Summary: Under the direction of Academic Personnel Manager and Academic Personnel Director, this position works collaboratively as part of the Academic Affairs policy analyst team. This position provides guidance to all academic personnel units regarding the academic review process; serve as a member of the team of analysts to provide analytical support to deans, department chairs and their designees, and a wide array of campus units in specific areas of academic personnel (e.g., compensation, leaves of absence, recalls, one-time payments, and search waivers); provide support on academic grievance and complaint reviews; provide information, interpretation and recommendations related to academic personnel policies; develop new campus- and system-wide procedures and practices and provide analytical and practical support for development and integration of information technology solutions for academic personnel processes. Physical Demands: Lift/carry and unpack and repack boxes weighing up to 40 lbs. Work Environment: Work occasional overtime to meet operational needs. Work in an open area with noise from foot traffic, phones and office equipment. Work at computer for long periods of time. UC Davis is a smoke and tobacco free campus effective January 1, 2014. Smoking, the use of smokeless tobacco products, and the use of unregulated nicotine products (e-cigarettes) will be strictly prohibited on any UC Davis owned or leased property, indoors and outdoors, including parking lots and residential space. Background Check Required: This position is a critical position and subject to a background check. Employment is contingent upon successful completion of background investigation including criminal history and identity checks. Yes Qualifications Minimum Qualifications: Experience working in and supporting the objectives of a highly visible central office. Experience maintaining confidentiality of personnel or other sensitive issues and exercising discretion in dealing with controversial or potentially sensitive topics. Experience with research, analysis and interpretation of policies, practices and procedures (college/campus/university preferred). Interpersonal and oral communication skills to effectively and professionally communicate in person, in writing and on the telephone. Organizational and analytical skills to research and interpret data and policy, write recommendations and present analyses both orally and in writing. Experience coordinating large volumes of work; managing detailed projects with conflicting priorities and competing deadlines; and establishing goals and workload priorities. Experience to convey detailed and complex information to groups and individuals in a training capacity. Experience and skill to apply various computer programs (word processing, spreadsheets, databases, web applications) to accomplish assignments. Ability to learn new software programs. _______________________________________________________ Preferred Qualifications: Knowledge of and experience with campus-wide offices, administrative staff contacts, campus structure, policies and resources strongly desired. Experience with academic personnel policy and processes, such as the merit and promotion, records requests and the disposition of records. Skill to instruct others on the operational use of web-based systems. Experience and skill to test new functionality in on-line systems and provide cogent feedback to programmers. Knowledge and experience with the UC Payroll/Personnel System (PPS) and PPS Decision Support. Knowledge and experience with MyInfoVault. Knowledge and experience with an electronic document management system, such as OnBase. Knowledge and experience with the Academic Personnel History & Information Database (APHID). Knowledge and experience with UC Recruit. Knowledge and experience with the Forms Online system.
UC Davis Davis, CA, USA Full time
Mar 13, 2019
Job Summary: Under the general direction of the Food Services Assistant Manager, the Food Services Supervisor is responsible for assisting in the oversight of a Residential Dining Commons. This position is responsible for providing excellent quality products in a safe and aesthetically pleasing dining environment. Responsible for implementing accountability controls of staff to ensure maximum operational efficiency and effectiveness of implemented programs. Responsible for the oversight of serving up to 7,000 meals per week, the Food Services Supervisor will support and supervise the residential dining operation to ensure department business needs are met, service and financial goals are attained, and to make recommendations for improvements. Assures that service and product offerings meet campus needs in cost efficient manner. Provide mentorship to the dining services team and monitor adherence to service and quality standards. This position is responsible for managing cash handling policies and procedures. Manage daily staffing and labor schedules, and guest service standards. Access and audit reports weekly, monthly, and annually to ensure budgetary goals are met and are on track. Assist the Residential Dining Commons General Manager in implementing the departmental vision. In partnership with the Unit Executive Chef, support daily operations including, employee scheduling, inventory management, menu execution, promotional marketing opportunities, staff safety, and equipment and facility maintenance. The primary emphasis of this position focuses on business management practices (i.e. operations management, financial controls, human resource managements, interdepartmental relations, and research and development, project management, menu/product change management, and monitoring vendor relationships.) Physical Demands: Lift boxes and files weighing up to 50 lbs. Use computer equipment for extended periods of time (6-8 hours per day). Walk tours of buildings and climb stairs. Work Environment: Employee is personally responsible for following safety procedures/guidelines. Position is a mandatory reporter for known or suspected child abuse and requires that a statement acknowledging the requirement to report child abuse be signed. UC Davis is a smoke and tobacco free campus effective January 1, 2014. Smoking, the use of smokeless tobacco products, and the use of unregulated nicotine products (e-cigarettes) will be strictly prohibited on any UC Davis owned or leased property, indoors and outdoors, including parking lots and residential space. Background Check Required: This position is a critical position and subject to a background check. Employment is contingent upon successful completion of background investigation including criminal history and identity checks. Yes Qualifications Minimum Qualifications: Experience in supervising in a dining service field. Experience with industry standards for dining services including PCI compliance, Point of Sale maintenance, managing cash handling policies and procedures. Experience managing labor schedules, food handling and storage policies and procedures, quality control, health and safety standards. Interpersonal communication skills to clearly and effectively interact with individuals of varying backgrounds and perspectives to research and secure information to resolve problems Writing skills to prepare a variety of correspondence, reports, policies and procedures, agreements, training documents, and performance evaluations. Preferred Qualifications: Leadership experience in a residential food service environment. Experience analyzing, interpreting and applying personnel policy and procedure, collective bargaining agreements and employment law, advising management and managing sensitive employee and labor relations problems. Food safety certified. Experience using computerized systems, including food production/procurement systems, electronic customer access, and time-keeping programs. Knowledge of related Federal, State, Local, and UC regulations.
UC Davis Davis, CA, USA Full time
Mar 13, 2019
Job Summary: Under the general direction of the Executive Director of Center for Student Affairs Assessment provide leadership for the Division in program evaluation and assessment to foster an evidence-based culture of inquiry into the practices and conditions that foster academic success, student development and campus community. Provide analysis, information, and recommendations that lead to successful coordination and Division-wide implementation of program, services and facilities assessment learning to improve student life at UCD. Assist program director and staff with the integration of assessment results into program review processes. Provide expertise on use of multiple advanced statistical methods to assemble statistical reports and analyze assessment results through research methodological approach. Provide assistance and coordination with randomization modeling, statistical analysis, data collection, storage processes relating to campus-wide assessment, and with the implementation of assessment activities in compliance with accreditation requirements and standards. Contribute to campus-wide collaborations on research and, under the general direction of the Director of Center for Student Affairs Assessment provide leadership for the Division in program evaluation and assessment to foster an evidence-based culture of inquiry into the practices and conditions that foster academic success, student development and campus community. Provide analysis, information, and recommendations that lead to successful coordination and Division-wide implementation of program, services and facilities assessment learning to improve student life at UCD. Assist program director and staff with research design and the integration of assessment results (formative and summative evaluation) into program review processes. Provide expertise on use of multiple advanced statistical methods to assemble statistical reports and analyze assessment results. Provide assistance and coordination with statistical analysis, data collection, storage processes relating to campus-wide assessment, and with the implementation of assessment activities in compliance with accreditation requirements and standards. Contribute to campus-wide collaborations on research and evaluation studies to address important questions related to student academic, social, cultural, personal and civic development and policies to support the decision processes of Student Affairs. The Division of Student Affairs encompasses 24 defined departments or units with operational budgets exceeding $414 million annually. With approximately 2.5 million square feet of assignable space, the division is served by 756 professional staff and approximately 3,000 student employees. Physical Demands: -Sit at desk/computer for extended period of time. Work Environment: -Work in open workspace environment with office noise. -Employee is personally responsible for following safety procedures/guidelines. -Manage and complete projects in an environment of interruptions, background distractions, traffic and noise from computer printers, copier, telephones ringing, and conversations. -Position is a mandatory reporter for known or suspected child abuse and requires that a statement acknowledging the requirement to report child abuse be signed. -UC Davis is a smoke and tobacco free campus effective January 1, 2014. Smoking, the use of smokeless tobacco products, and the use of unregulated nicotine products (e-cigarettes) will be strictly prohibited on any UC Davis owned or leased property, indoors and outdoors, including parking lots and residential space. Background Check Required: This position is a critical position and subject to a background check. Employment is contingent upon successful completion of background investigation including criminal history and identity checks. Yes Qualifications Minimum Qualifications: -Master's degree in higher education/student affairs, social sciences, or related field. -Skills performing qualitative and quantitative data collection, analysis, advanced statistical methods and reporting. -Knowledge and understanding of both theory and practical application of program evaluation and assessment, planning, and methods in a higher education environment. -Understanding of data analysis in parametric and non-parametric statistics and how to turn data into actionable insights in true/natural experimentation setting. - Experience in both Quantitative and Qualitative research methodology and proved experience in evaluation, study design, data management and research analysis across disciplines. -Expertise in data analysis, SQL, Oracle Banner and software applications to practice, including the skills to use statistical analysis software (e.g., SPSS, SAS, Stata, R, etc.) in normalized/de-normalize data. -Written and oral communication skills to work collaboratively with development application engineers, quantitative/qualitative researchers and senior executive administrators. -Organizational and project management skills to assess effective and efficient models in organizations. Preferred Qualifications: -PhD in higher education, social sciences or related field.
UC Davis Davis, CA, USA Full time
Mar 13, 2019
Job Summary: Under general supervision of the Assistant Director for Services for International Students and Scholars (SISS), provide advising to a clearly circumscribed set of issues that can be addressed by a set of standard policies or procedures that are commonly faced by international undergraduate and graduate students. Represent the university as a Designated School Official (DSO) for F-1 students and Alternate Responsible Officer (ARO) for the University's J-1 Exchange Visitor Program for students in its obligations to comply with all US immigration and labor regulations governing international students in the United States. Interpret US Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and U.S. Department of State (DOS) regulations. Communicate directly with representatives of U.S. government agencies domestically and abroad as appropriate. Participate in planning, development and teaching, including orientation and outreach, and SDPS courses on international student advising. Physical Demands: Maneuver files and materials weighing up to 25 lbs. Work Environment: Must be a U.S. citizen or lawful permanent resident to be in compliance with U.S. Department of Homeland Security and Department of State regulations to function as a DSO and ARO. Work in busy office environment with high volume of student and scholar contact, matched by a high volume of analytical work. Work occasional overtime including evenings and weekends to meet operational needs. Occasional travel to attend out of town conferences that may include overnight stays. Restricted vacation during peak periods. UC Davis is a smoke and tobacco free campus effective January 1, 2014. Smoking, the use of smokeless tobacco products, and the use of unregulated nicotine products (e-cigarettes) will be strictly prohibited on any UC Davis owned or leased property, indoors and outdoors, including parking lots and residential space. Additional information and specifics regarding the policy are available at http://breathefree.ucdavis.edu/index.html Background Check Required: This position is a critical position and subject to a background check. Employment is contingent upon successful completion of background investigation including criminal history and identity checks. Yes Qualifications Minimum Qualifications: Experience working with international students in a university setting. Skills to exercise independent judgment in a counseling setting when working with students, scholars, spouses, faculty and staff. Experience organizing and prioritizing competing tasks, while maintaining accurate work and meeting deadlines. Skills to use a personal computer including programs such as Microsoft Excel and Word, and computer databases used to manage international students, such as fsaATLAS, Sunapsis, or others. Interpersonal communication and effective listening skills to interact positively and cooperatively with students, parents, faculty, administrators, staff and the general public, including international and multicultural constituencies. Public speaking skills (including small and large groups) to communicate effectively and to interact positively and cooperatively with students, parents, faculty, administrators, staff and the general public, including international and multicultural constituencies. Experience using writing, editing and proofreading skills for correspondence, technical information materials, and newsletter articles. Preferred Qualifications: Experience living, studying and/or working abroad. Conversant in Mandarin Chinese. Knowledge about a variety of countries and cultures.
UC Davis Davis, CA, USA Full time
Mar 06, 2019
Job Summary: Under general supervision, assist undocumented students with academic, personal and financial advising in addition to serving as adviser to the Director of the Undocumented Student Center. Responsible for leading and managing special projects and outreach to participants for all programs. Provide customer service and analysis while interacting with students, program staff, campus constituencies and department Director. Provide comprehensive, in-depth program information through individual meetings, group information sessions, admissions workshops and panel discussions to a diverse population. Develop and deliver information and seminar for undergraduate mentorship program for undocumented students; advise and assist with Ally Training and Speakers Bureau program. Physical Demands: Use computer for extended periods of time. Work Environment: Work an occasional flexible schedule. Work occasional overtime including evenings, nights and weekends. May be required to work in an open and/or shared office environment with multiple interruptions. UC Davis is a smoke and tobacco free campus effective January 1, 2014. Smoking, the use of smokeless tobacco products, and the use of unregulated nicotine products (e-cigarettes) will be strictly prohibited on any UC Davis owned or leased property, indoors and outdoors, including parking lots and residential space. Background Check Required: This position is a critical position and subject to a background check. Employment is contingent upon successful completion of background investigation including criminal history and identity checks. Yes Qualifications Minimum Qualifications: Experience in building capacity and leading undergraduate or high school students in student-centered peer education programs. Knowledge and experience working and advocating with immigrant communities in an educational context. Knowledge of higher education policies related to undocumented students in California higher education. Knowledge and sensitivity of the experiences and challenges undocumented students face. Analytical skills to evaluate policies and procedures, interpret terms and conditions of financial aid award documents, identify the impact of new policy implementation and develop guidelines with emphasis on equity and inclusion. Skills to develop new operational procedures to facilitate effective use of time, resources and information. Skills that demonstrate initiative, priority setting, independent judgment. Skills to work independently and as a team member, manage multiple assignments, meet deadlines and maintain a high level of productivity. Skills to gather and analyze information, present data, analysis and results to facilitate decision-making and recommend/implement alternate solutions. Preferred Qualifications: Familiarity with immigration laws directly impacting students at UC Davis. Oral presentation skills to serve as speaker at workshops, in addition to providing small group and one-on-one advising. Writing, editing and proofreading skills to quickly and accurately produce effective recruiting emails, letters, email correspondence, web content, etc. Skills and experience in interpreting and applying complex University rules, regulations and policies. Analytical skills to prepare statistical reports and analyze a variety of data. Skills to analyze procedures and make improvements for continuous operational performance improvements. Interpersonal skills, cultural competency and political acumen to interact with individuals of varying ages, immigration statuses, cultural backgrounds, sexualities, abilities, genders, religions, spiritualties, class and perspectives, as well as to interact with campus administration officials, faculty and staff. Problem solving skills to develop solutions to challenges that present themselves. Organizational skills to achieve timely progress on multiple and simultaneous projects. Experience working for, interacting with, or learning from the undocumented immigrant community.
UC Davis Davis, CA, USA Full time
Mar 06, 2019
Job Summary: The Associate University Librarian (AUL) for Scholarly Resources is the leader most directly responsible for the complete spectrum of activities supporting provision of scholarly resources to researchers, faculty, and students. The incumbent is central to leadership of innovative programs in scholarly content development and management in support of the university's mission, including through direct supervision of four department heads responsible for strategic, evidence-based scholarly resource development and evaluation, acquisition and management, delivery and access, and data and digital scholarship. In particular, the AUL advocates for and advances progressive and innovative conceptions of library scholarly resources, data (including linked data), and digital institutional assets, as well as reframing of library information management and infrastructure, including metadata creation and data management. The AUL provides strong and inspirational leadership, strategic and entrepreneurial vision, expert policy and program development, and relevant deep expertise as the library reimagines how to achieve these responsibilities in the 21st century. Scholarly resources is defined broadly and in contexts of emerging trends in scholarly communication, interdisciplinary academic communities, changing information formats and access models, shared and distributed collections, and new conceptions of research library collections and their management. The definition embraces all information resources the library manages for the university -- library, archival, and special collections; shared and distributed physical and digital collections; licensed and curated digital resources; and institutional information, data, and other research and teaching assets. The AUL for Scholarly Resources is a member of Executive Council, the library's senior leadership group, along with the University Librarian, the Deputy University Librarian, the Associate University Librarian for Research and Learning, the Associate University Librarian for Administrative Services, and the Director of Online Strategy and Discovery. Reporting to the Deputy University Librarian, the AUL for Scholarly Resources works closely with the University Librarian and the rest of the library's senior leadership team, represents the library in areas of strategic importance, contributes in the library's fundraising program, and, most important, is expected to play a leadership role in defining and executing the library's innovative vision of scholarly resources and their management. The AUL works closely with their personnel and the Associate University Librarian for Administrative Services in monitoring the scholarly resources budget. The library emphasizes cross-unit work. As a senior leader in the library, the AUL builds and sustains successful collaborations with creative approaches to mentoring and empowering employees, fostering and leading cross-unit teams, and solving organizational problems and issues, while emphasizing user-centered service. The AUL works in close collaboration with library colleagues and faculty and researchers across both UC Davis and the entire University of California system. Physical Demands: Work Environment: UC Davis is a smoke- and tobacco- free campus effective January 1, 2014. Smoking, the use of smokeless tobacco products, and the use of unregulated nicotine products (e-cigarettes) is strictly prohibited on any UC Davis owned or leased property, indoors and outdoors, including parking lots and residential space. Background Check Required: This position is a critical position and subject to a background check. Employment is contingent upon successful completion of background investigation including criminal history and identity checks. Yes Qualifications Minimum Qualifications: MLS or PhD or equivalent advanced degree. Increasingly responsible administrative roles in an academic or research library or similar relevant setting. Demonstrated deep understanding of the role of the library and scholarly information resources, data, and institutional assets in supporting research, education, and healthcare in research and higher education. Experience leading scholarly resource identification, licensing and acquisition, management, and delivery in support of research, education, and healthcare. Demonstrated capability to develop new models of providing access to scholarly resources, data, and institutional assets. Experience with assessment of resources and related services; capacity for evidence-based collection development and management. Robust knowledge of issues and trends in scholarly communication and publishing across disciplines and globally. Deep expertise in one or more areas of the position's general responsibility: scholarly resource development and evaluation, acquisition and management, delivery and access, and data and digital scholarship. Demonstrated leadership experience and evidence of flexibility and initiative in a collaborative and rapidly changing environment. Effective personnel and matrix management skills, including goal setting, mentoring and personnel development, change management, and performance evaluation. Demonstrated ability to work both independently and collaboratively with multiple constituencies in a complex environment utilizing a variety of skills, such as managing change, setting goals, managing time, promoting teamwork, and meeting deadlines. Demonstrated ability to build and maintain deep collaborative partnerships to serve shared goals. Strong and demonstrated record of effective priority setting, policy coordination, and program and process development, and use of analytical, problem solving, organizational, interpersonal, and communication skills. Effective budget management and analysis skills. Capability to represent the library in UC Davis, University of California, and multiple regional, national, and international organizations and initiatives. Ability to work successfully in a collegial environment, foster and advance diversity, inclusion, and the UC Davis Principles of Community, and service as a role model for others. ___________________________________________ Preferred Qualifications: Experience with initiating grant opportunities and working on grant-funded projects. Experience and success with fundraising. Record of research, publication, formal presentation, and participation in relevant professional or scholarly organizations that demonstrates experience, leadership, and vision. Familiarity with research data management and curation. Demonstrated project management skills.
UC Davis Davis, CA, USA Full time
Mar 06, 2019
Job Summary: Under general direction, independently act as key contact for clients by providing daily support and performing a variety of personnel and payroll transactions. Manage employee information, personnel, payroll and salary actions, staff recruitment, position management, department benefits administration, medical and personal leave management, workers' compensation support, and special projects. Physical Demands: Work occasional overtime to meet operational deadlines. Work Environment: UC Davis is a smoke and tobacco free campus effective January 1, 2014. Smoking, the use of smokeless tobacco products, and the use of unregulated nicotine products (e-cigarettes) will be strictly prohibited on any UC Davis owned or leased property, indoors and outdoors, including parking lots and residential space. Background Check Required: This position is a critical position and subject to a background check. Employment is contingent upon successful completion of background investigation including criminal history and identity checks. Yes Qualifications Minimum Qualifications: -Experience with human resources process and issues. -Experience with the principles, practices, and trends of personnel management; including, but not limited to, State and Federal Labor Laws, Workers Compensation, benefits planning, disability actions, and family medical leave (FMLA, CFML, PDL, etc.). -Experience using automated payroll/personnel systems and processes. -Experience working in a customer service driven environment. -Skills to extract, manipulate, and interpret data from electronic databases. -Analytical skills to exercise independent judgment in problem solving, remain objective, and represent differing points of view. -Experience using software such as Word, Excel, e-mail, calendar, and other computer programs to produce documents, forms, reports, and spreadsheets. -Experience interpreting complex policies, procedures and practices. -Analytical and computational skills necessary to calculate percentages when calculating payroll, leave, etc. -Communication skills to develop written procedures, memos, etc., and convey to a diverse audience. Preferred Qualifications: -Knowledge of PPS, OPTRS, Banner, and FISDS and experience with PPS/OPTRS as a primary or secondary back up user status. -Experience working with, and interpreting, labor contracts, compensation and classification plans and personnel programs/policies. -Organizational skills to achieve timely progress on multiple simultaneous complex projects, distribute effort appropriately among the projects, meet tight deadlines and maintain a high level of productivity and accuracy. -Knowledge of the University's personnel policies, procedures and labor contracts. -Experience researching, interpreting, and disseminating information to all levels of the organization. -Experience facilitating and/or providing training to others. -Decision making and problem solving skills. -Experience processing Visas.
UC Davis Davis, CA, USA Full time
Mar 06, 2019
Job Summary: Under general supervision of the Artist Services Manager, read and interpret hospitality riders, serve as a coordinator of the in-house hospitality student staff, arrange catering, shopping, and setup, attend to and clean up refreshments and meals for Mondavi Center guest artists and crews while maintaining consistent quality service. Position may also include arranging hotel and transportation, and some artist liaison duties as assigned. Assigned shifts will be a combination of office hours and varied additional times based on Mondavi Center's production schedule. THESE 38% LIMITED APPOINTMENTS WILL EXPIRE ONE YEAR FROM THE DATE OF HIRE WITH THE POSSIBILITY OF EXTENSION. Physical Demands: Must be able to lift and move up to 20 pounds. Standing for long periods of time. Ability to climb stairs. Speaking and hearing abilities to be able to communicate with patrons guest artist and crews. Work Environment: Work a flexible schedule and overtime including evenings weekends, and holidays in support of the Mondavi Center's event schedule. Valid California Driver's license required. UC Davis is a smoke and tobacco free campus effective January 1, 2014. Smoking, the use of smokeless tobacco products, and the use of unregulated nicotine products (e-cigarettes) will be strictly prohibited on any UC Davis owned or leased property, indoors and outdoors, including parking lots and residential space. Additional information and specifics regarding the policy are available at http://breathefree.ucdavis.edu/index.html Background Check Required: This position is a critical position and subject to a background check. Employment is contingent upon successful completion of background investigation including criminal history and identity checks. Qualifications Minimum Qualifications: Experience in food service operations and with basic food layout and/or service. Experience working independently or with minimal supervision in a fast-paced service environment. Experience working under pressure while delivering exceptional customer service. Ability to be prompt reliable, meet deadlines and schedules. Organizational skills to manage multiple details and tasks associated with executing hospitality requirements and follow through to successful completion. Ability to exercise independent judgment and personal initiative to solve problems constructively. Knowledge of and/or training in safe food practices. Knowledge about gourmet and organic foods and understanding of various dietary restrictions. Ability to consistently maintain a friendly positive demeanor as well as professional discretion. Preferred Qualifications: Experience working within a commercial food service or catering operation. Experience in managing and working events in a performing arts, arts, or professional setting. Experience with budgeting, planning and working with service vendors. Experience purchasing within a commercial food service, catering operation, or a hospitality division. California Food Handlers Certification Experience with technical and/or hospitality riders. Experience working with and professionally mentoring university students in a way which facilitates gaining professional experience and independence.
UC Davis Davis, CA, USA Full time
Mar 06, 2019
Job Summary: In conjunction with the Conference Housing Manager, with a high degree of independence and autonomy on a day-to-day basis, manage and supervise guest service operations for the conference housing program; develop, coordinate, & implement systems, procedures, staffing, to ensure optimum productivity and quality guest service. Partner with Conference Housing Manager to oversee remote desk operations and collaborate in the management of student supervisors and student assistants. Recruits, trains, and supervises student staff. In cooperation with Conference Housing Manager, UC Davis, Conference and Event Services (CES) identify specific target groups within the university community and non-campus groups to market/outreach potential clients. Develop strategies to expand conference housing activities and assure that services and facilities are marketed in best light possible. Provide year-round management, leadership, coordination and implementation of various in-house, on-campus and off-campus client events, tours, and special services. Supervise and direct events to ensure a safe and successful event for the clients and patrons. Physical Demands: Sit in front of a computer terminal and type on keyboard for extended periods of time. Walking tours of buildings and climbing stairs. Required to stand, walk, reach with hands and arms, talk, hear, and ability to carry up to 50 pounds. Work flexible schedule to meet weekend conference group requirements including on-call and after-hours rotation; work occasional overtime and varied lunch hours. Work an alternate work schedule as needed May through September. Vacation is restricted during peak workload periods. Work Environment: Valid California Driver's License required. Position may participate in DMV Pull Notice program. This position may at times require the incumbent to work with or be in areas where hazardous materials and/or infectious diseases are present. UC Davis is a smoke and tobacco free campus. Smoking, the use of smokeless tobacco products, and the use of unregulated nicotine products (e-cigarettes) will be strictly prohibited on any UC Davis owned or leased property, indoors and outdoors, including parking lots and residential space. Position is a mandatory reporter for known or suspected child abuse and requires that a statement acknowledging the requirement to report child abuse be signed. Background Check Required: This position is a critical position and subject to a background check. Employment is contingent upon successful completion of background investigation including criminal history and identity checks. Yes Qualifications Minimum Qualifications: Experience in conference/guest housing or residential housing operation. Knowledge of principles, practices, and marketing of conference/residential housing services and/or hospitality industry. Experience working in a customer service driven business office environment, communicating effectively and professionally in person, via email and over telephone to assist a wide variety of internal/external clients and event participants. Project management experience to oversee day-to-day summer operations: determine competing workload priorities, establish and effectively meet deadlines, goals and objectives in a fast-paced, high-volume, busy environment; follow-through to successful completion. Experience supervising students or professional staff, acting in a lead capacity to direct work and expectations. Supervisory skills to provide work assignments, recruit, train, evaluate, motivate and implement corrective action of student employees. Ability to work as a team to stay informed, share perspectives, provide feedback, and collaborate regarding specific roles and responsibilities to promote new ideas for increased efficiencies. Skills to perform program analysis and evaluation of technical and non-technical operations. Analytical, accounting and record-keeping, skills to document, retrieve, and reconcile data in a variety of configurations (spreadsheets, reports, software systems, and correspondence). Experience composing, editing and proofreading a variety of correspondence, reports, policies and procedures, agreements, training documents, and performance evaluations. Knowledge of the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) to protect and maintain the confidentiality, privacy and security of student records. Experience working effectively and sensitively with individuals from diverse cultural backgrounds and perspectives to build mutual respect, provide equality of research and to secure information to resolve problems or concerns. Decision making skills and experience to chair meetings, train staff, and problem-solve and evaluate business needs. Experience to supervise student personnel including setting expectations, providing work assignments and overseeing area desk operations. Preferred Qualifications: Experience to make decisions in a timely manner and respond with flexibility to requests. Experience in conference event management and coordination. Skill to obtain, understand and give adequate consideration to other's priorities, opinions and concerns, both to secure maximum input for analysis and solution or problems and to assure reciprocal cooperation in working with a diverse group of staff. Critical thinking, analytical thought processing, original idea generation to conduct inductive, theoretical and practical research as well as applied problem-solving. Ability to quickly learn and adapt to new processes performed on in-house database management programs, computerized financial information programs and other automated campus systems. Excellent organizational skills to achieve timely progress on multiple simultaneous projects, distribute effort appropriate among the projects, meet deadlines, and maintain a high level of productivity. Skill to develop innovative solutions, attempt difficult and unfamiliar projects/assignments and respond with flexibility to requests for assistance in problem-solving and organizational development. Skill to analyze complex information or problems in an objective manner and derive logical conclusions to provide a sound basis for establishment of priority, selection of appropriate course of action for pursuit or recommendations to others, and to resolve conflicts.
UC Davis Davis, CA, USA Full time
Mar 06, 2019
Job Summary: Reporting to the Assistant Director of Prospect Management and Analytics, the senior prospect data analyst is responsible for providing data driven solutions to Prospect Management and Research (PMR) programs. Lead the development of analytical strategies, tools and ad-hoc reports to support PMR programs such as centralized portfolio management, prospect identification and assignment, portfolio analysis, portfolio penetration, proposal activity, etc., Provide on-going assessments of programs' effectiveness. Coordinate routine and ad hoc analysis and reporting on University-wide prospect qualification, cultivation and solicitation activities. In collaboration with the Prospect Research team, plan, develop and implement custom predictive models to facilitate the identification of high quality prospects to ensure portfolios have a sufficient number of prospects to meet goals and to develop an understanding of donor behavior. Conduct extensive business analysis; extract, organize, manipulate, mine and model data to inform management business decisions related to matters of portfolio management, staff deployment and goal-setting. Serve as subject matter expert for the PMR team in data manipulation and data analysis and reporting. Provide high level support to the PMR team in the integration of data analysis into day-to-day work. Develop and maintain substantial knowledge of applicable information technology and how data are structured within the development database and complementary reporting tools. Responsible for building-out, maintaining and improving a comprehensive repository of reports and analytics in order to serve the needs of PMR and DEVAR. Physical Demands: Sit for extended periods of time in front of a computer terminal and extensive use of a keyboard. Work Environment: Must provide own transportation to off-site meetings and events. Work occasional flexible hours as needed to meet operational need. UC Davis is a smoke and tobacco free campus effective January 1, 2014. Smoking, the use of smokeless tobacco products, and the use of unregulated nicotine products (e-cigarettes) will be strictly prohibited on any UC Davis owned or leased property, indoors and outdoors, including parking lots and residential space. Background Check Required: This position is a critical position and subject to a background check. Employment is contingent upon successful completion of background investigation including criminal history and identity checks. Yes Qualifications Minimum Qualifications: Experience in business analysis and project team facilitation in order to extract, organize and disseminate information for data segmentation, statistics, and decision making. Experience with spreadsheet, query, statistical modeling, data management and visualization software - e.g., Microsoft Access, Excel, Word, Visual Basic and Visual Studio, Structured Query Language (SQL), R, SPSS, Tableau, et al. High degree of technical skills with proficiency and understanding of data mining, modeling and statistical analysis techniques and software. Direct knowledge and proven experience with manipulating data from relational databases (such as Ellucian's Advance, Reeher platform, Michelangelo). Extensive database experience in a large-scale database environment maintaining data quality. Exceptional analytical skills to synthesize a high volume of information from a variety of sources and perform complex analysis to produce reports that are usable and actionable to a variety of fundraising professionals. Expert written communication skills to compose and document complex technical processes as well as issues and their resolution. Strong oral communication skills, including skills to successfully interact and collaborate with varied constituents in a professional manner. Proven analytical, problem-solving and management skills to independently research, develop, take ownership of, and confidently recommend solutions to complex problems and issues. Experience in determining priorities, delegating responsibilities, exercising independent judgment and making appropriate decisions. Project management experience to thrive in an environment of changing priorities and conflicting demands. Preferred Qualifications: Demonstrated understanding and knowledge of the principles of development/fundraising at a major university with emphasis on analysis. Work experience in a large fundraising organization, especially in higher education. Working knowledge of R, SPSS, Tableau, or other mainstream software packages used for building statistical data models and for data visualizations Direct knowledge and proven experience with Ellucian's Advance, Reeher platform, Michelangelo. Ability to adequately utilize research tools.
UC Davis Davis, CA, USA Full time
Mar 06, 2019
Job Summary: Under limited guidance of the Business Services Manager, assume full delegated authority for Contract and Grant analysis, leadership, management and administration of the California National Primate Research Center's (CNPRC) contracts and grants function, unit personnel, and unit workflow production. Manage interaction and liaison work with Sponsored Programs, National Institutes of Health and other sponsoring agencies, academics, administrators within the CNPRC/UCD and other National Primate Centers, partner institutions, at all levels to ensure the proper administration of federal and private funded grants and contracts. Responsible for financial budget management, oversight and accountability for extramural funds including managing both pre-award and post-award program services provided by staff to core scientists. Serve as primary financial analyst, compliance consultant, and resource manager to the Center's faculty for all extramural activity. Manage comprehensive pre- and post-award administrative support efforts for grants/contracts portfolio of one time to multi-year grants/contract awards that total over $22M annually. Organize and train staff to work closely and effectively with Principal Investigators, faculty, and research staff to support the center research enterprise including advising/consulting on grantor policies and procedures; prepare proposal submissions; develop award budgets and prepare research progress reports; review/approve award expenditures and prepare technical and financial reports; and provide training on grants and contracts and effort reporting activities to core scientists. Seek and identify potential research funding opportunities. Assist management in developing policies and procedures pertaining to grants and contracts. Physical Demands: -Prolonged sitting, reading, writing and typing on a computer keyboard for extended periods of time. -Lift/move boxes of financial documents for storage purposes weighing up to 30 lbs. Work Environment: -Measles vaccination or documentation of illness required. This position is subject to Medical Surveillance procedures and review in accordance with Federal and State Laws and Regulations and University Policy. Work flexible schedule including early mornings, early evening, and/or weekends, and to make work schedule adjustments as needed to meet deadlines. -UC Davis is a smoke and tobacco free campus effective January 1, 2014. Smoking, the use of smokeless tobacco products, and the use of unregulated nicotine products (e-cigarettes) will be strictly prohibited on any UC Davis owned or leased property, indoors and outdoors, including parking lots and residential space. -California National Primate Research Center employees are directly or indirectly engaged in the performance of work on Federal or State contracts and grants as well as periodically come into contact with controlled substances; and are expected to abide by the UC Policy on Substance Abuse, the Federal Drug-Free Workplace Act of 1988, and the State Drug-Free Workplace Act of 1990. Background Check Required: This position is a critical position and subject to a background check. Employment is contingent upon successful completion of background investigation including criminal history and identity checks. Yes Qualifications Minimum Qualifications: -Certified Research Administrator (CRA) or ability to successfully obtain within 12 months. -Extensive managerial and professional experience in research administration at a university or biomedical animal research facility. -Experience in leadership and working with forming collaborations with faculty and other institutions of higher education. -Experience in program management and supervision of staff to perform the grants management function in a unit or department including training and performance monitoring and corrective action when necessary. -Knowledge and understanding of federal, state and institutional regulations, guidelines, and policies covering grant and contract processes. -Knowledge of post award accounting and financial reporting, and internal audits of grants and contracts to ensure compliance with institutional and funding agency requirements. -Experience writing and reviewing grant and/or contract applications for federal, state or private agencies. -Experience working with federal funding agencies, and administering federal grants and contracts and in electronic research administration, especially with awards funded by the National Institutes of Health. -Experience in financial analysis, forecasting and strategic planning to analyze quantitative aspects of fiscal and budgetary issues, and compile financial data and reports. -Knowledge of government regulations, policies and procedures regarding NIH grants and research compliance, proposal development, and grants/contracts management. -Experience with report writing and financial monitoring compliance of research funded grants and contracts. -Experience interpreting, negotiating, researching, analyzing, explaining and applying contract and grant policies for state, federal and other funding agencies. -Experience applying policies and procedures related to federal grants and contracts and research administration (including but not limited to accounting, purchasing, personnel, and compliance issues). -Knowledge and experience with regulations and implementation of a variety of federal, state, local and private agencies including Federal Acquisition Regulations (FARs); Code of Federal Regulations (CFRs); Office of Management and Budget Circulars (A-21, A-110, A-133), National Institutes of Health Grants Policy Statement. -Experience applying federal accounting and GAAP/audit principles, practices and procedures. -Knowledge of federal budgeting processes, financial reporting requirements and policies regarding the use of funds and accounting procedures with diverse fund restrictions and fund accounting. -Proficiency with MS Office applications to write reports and general business correspondence; and to prepare complex financial, budget and other reports, and other pertinent documents and department records. -Mathematical, statistical, analytical and problem solving skills to identify problems, analyze and compile data, present financial data and recommend solutions and contingency plans in a meaningful and useful format. Preferred Qualifications: -Experience with institutional compliance issues related to NIH grant funding requirements. Experience with proposal development activities, such as intent letters, budget projections, and format documents according to RFPs. -Experience organizing and managing complex projects; to plan, execute, and manage multiple projects simultaneously; and to meet operational goals with attention to details. -Experience developing grant budgets, reconciling ledgers and developing and/or adapting spreadsheets/databases. -Financial and business management experience including financial analysis to analyze data, present statistical information, access problems and needs and to relate financial status to operational needs. -Experience identifying potential research opportunities and knowledge of funding research resources. -Experience with DaFIS, KFS, ERS, DS, & PPS DS systems. -Knowledge of generally accepted accounting principles, cost allocation methods, and accounting policies and procedures in an academic research environment. -Experience using interpersonal, written and verbal communication skills to interact on a daily basis with internal and external customers and to direct staff; to analyze and interpret data to effectively present information and respond to questions from groups of internal and external customers.
UC Davis Davis, CA, USA Full time
Mar 01, 2019
Job Summary: Under general guidance of the Business and Finance Manager, maintain, and guide the division's financial transaction services. Maintain and guide the division's project support services. Sets and ensures expectations are met by staff conducting project support and financial transactions. Review and make recommendations for changes for division policies and procedures to ensure quality control for purchasing, vendor payments, expense distributions, error corrections/expense transfers, and reimbursements. This includes making recommendations to the Shared Services Center (SSC) Finance Team Manager where processes are completed or go through the SSC. Serve as a liaison between IET and central units such as Accounting, A/P and Travel, SSC, Materiel Management, and other central financial organizations to clarify policies and procedures, and resolve problems. Works with the division's Budget Team and COO to ensure all accounts are maintained and transaction errors are corrected. Works with IET department directors, unit managers and the Business & Finance Manager to address quality or service issues. Physical Demands: Sit at a desk and in front of a computer screen for extended periods of time. Work Environment: Work after regular working hours with short notice and during peak business periods; Work in a busy office environment with frequent interruptions; Work with a geographically dispersed team and use instant messaging, emails, video and voice conferencing to collaborate, direct and keep in touch with staff; Travel frequently between campus and off-campus locations; Arrange vacation time around annual fiscal close and other critical business periods. UC Davis is a smoke and tobacco free campus effective January 1, 2014. Smoking, the use of smokeless tobacco products, and the use of unregulated nicotine products (e-cigarettes) will be strictly prohibited on any UC Davis owned or leased property, indoors and outdoors, including parking lots and residential space. Background Check Required: This position is a critical position and subject to a background check. Employment is contingent upon successful completion of background investigation including criminal history and identity checks. Yes Qualifications Minimum Qualifications: - Experience overseeing complex business services, which includes A/P, A/R, travel, and general accounting functions such as general ledger reviews and expense and revenue reconciliations. - Experience to implement knowledge of financial and accounting policies and business practices. - Experience conducting financial closing processes (monthly and annually), account reconciliation and budgeting. - Experience using analytical skills to review complex information, policy changes, identify operational changes needed to accommodate new policies, and ways to comply with policy in an efficient and effective manner, minimizing any negative impact to the division and its clients. - Experience reviewing complex information involving policies and procedures and implementing business process changes needed to comply with new policies and procedures. - Experience supervising or leading a team providing business support functions in order to effectively recruit, train, evaluate, motivate, resolve conflicts, and conduct performance management. - Experience using interpersonal skills, service orientation, active listening, critical thinking, ability to multi-task effectively in a high volume environment, organizational skills and effective verbal and written communication skills. - Experience using human resources policies and procedures in a supervisory role. - Experience and ability to manage changing priorities, and manage staff time and efforts accordingly. Preferred Qualifications: -Experience processing and approving financial documents that impact capital projects that utilize restricted state building funds. -Skills and experience in mapping existing processes and implementing process changes that deliver efficiencies or quality improvement to business and administrative services. -Knowledge and application of accounting and additional requirements for handling capital project expenses, depreciable equipment, and service contracts. -Experience using various UC Davis financial tools such as DaFIS, Kuali, MyTravel as well as Office software, especially Microsoft Excel, in conducting financial analysis, research, and providing reports. -Intermediate knowledge and understanding of internal control practices and their impact on protecting organizational or University resources.
UC Davis Davis, CA, USA Full time
Mar 01, 2019
Job Summary: Under general supervision, serve as the compliance officer for extramural funding awards and resources to the COO and Chair. Conduct financial analysis and effort reporting and participate in the financial planning for a wide variety of federal, state, and private grants. Gather, manage and analyze financial data from a variety of revenue streams, including state general funds, state and federal grants, private grants, gifts, and other funding sources. Act as departmental compliance expert in University policy and procedure for departmental business processes. Also, principal trainer and resource for business office staff on financial procedures and policy. Assist the COO in long-range financial planning and forecasting. Responsible for pre- and post-award processes, budget preparation, analysis, and forecasting, and for control of complex budgets. PLEASE NOTE: BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING IS RECRUITING FOR ONE POSITION FOR FINANCIAL ANALYST 2 OR FINANCIAL ANALYST 3 LEVEL BASED ON EXPERIENCE. IF YOU ARE INTERESTED, SUBMIT A SEPARATE APPLICATION FOR EACH POSITION. IF YOU ARE ALSO INTERESTED IN THE FINANCIAL ANALYST 3 LEVEL APPLY TO REQ 03019751 BY AUGUST 24, 2017. Physical Demands: Sit at computer or extended periods of time. Lift boxes of files up to 25 lbs. Work Environment: UC Davis is a smoke and tobacco free campus effective January 1, 2014. Smoking, the use of smokeless tobacco products, and the use of unregulated nicotine products (ecigarettes) will be strictly prohibited on any UC Davis owned or leased property, indoors and outdoors, including parking lots and residential space. Work in open, cubicle environment and with some surrounding noise. Work flexible schedule to meet project deadlines and/or operation needs. Background Check Required: This position is a critical position and subject to a background check. Employment is contingent upon successful completion of background investigation including criminal history and identity checks. Yes Qualifications Minimum Qualifications: Experience in financial analysis, forecasting and strategic planning to analyze and compile financial data and reports. Experience in budget preparation bases on narrative methodological research plans and designs, analysis, and forecasting with skill to control complex budgets. Experience managing and monitoring multiple accounts. Critical thinking and problem-solving skills to analyze complex data. Skill and knowledge to analyze the quantitative aspects of fiscal and budgetary issues. Knowledge of cost allocation methods. Knowledge of federal, state and private grant budgeting guidelines. Knowledge of Generally Accepted Accounting Principles. Skills to design and implement effective accounting systems and related procedures needed to maintain such systems. Analytical skills to independently and proficiently assume responsibility for coordination and completion of complex projects requiring interactions with many internal parties in a large organizational structure. Knowledge of federal and private compliance regulations governing grant budgeting, financial reporting, cost-sharing standards, cost allocation, and policies regarding use of grant funds. Preferred Qualifications: Knowledge of University accounting policies and procedures. Experience in effective use of multi-user computer network systems and applicable financial management software (Kuali, DaFIS and PPS preferred). Proficiency in MS Office Suite. Communication skills to convey recommendations to PI's, managers, and staff to ensure compliance with policy. Skills to recognize problems with cost recovery, invoices, accounts and payroll and initiate timely and appropriate action to resolve them. Experience coordinating documents and projects with Business Contract and Legal Affairs and to interpret regulations or guidelines and to recommend fiscally responsible and sound management practices. Organizational skills to work with changing priorities and demanding workload and to use judgment to make logical decisions. Interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills to clearly and effectively interact with a diverse group of individuals; secure and/or provide information to clarify situations, resolve problems, and negotiate services and/or agreements and MOU's with other departments or external agencies.
UC Davis Davis, CA, USA Full time
Mar 01, 2019
Job Summary: Under general supervision, provide support for clinicians and students in the Veterinary Teaching Hospital by serving as the first point of contact; provide medical records support; schedule appointments and process medical records data for easy retrieval; collect payments for services; enter patient charges and collect payment from clients. Physical Demands: -Maneuver/lift equipment and materials weighing up to 25 pounds. - Perform duties at counter or desk for extended periods of time and work in confined or small spaces. Work Environment: -This is a critical position and subject to a background check. Employment is contingent upon successful completion of a background investigation including criminal history and identity check. -May require working with or around areas with sick animals, hazardous materials, and/or infectious diseases, and distraught clients. - Maintain a working schedule coordinated with team members to provide coverage between 7:30am - 7:00 pm. Monday through Friday with alternating Saturdays. - Work variable hours and occasional overtime to meet operational needs. -Work in other related areas on an as needed basis. Background Check Required: This position is a critical position and subject to a background check. Employment is contingent upon successful completion of background investigation including criminal history and identity checks. Qualifications Minimum Qualifications: - Experience assessing and recognizing emergency situations, difficult/unpleasant situations and/or individuals and take the appropriate action. - Experience with administrative, billing, client services, and medical records in a veterinary medical environment. - Reception experience to answer phones and assist clients. - Experience taking messages, and preparing/proofreading correspondence, reports, and informational documents. - Knowledge of animal anatomy, and medical terminology to provide general information and make the appropriate referrals. - Math and analytical skills to review and correct data. - Experience using various programs and software for word processing, spreadsheets, scheduling, entry and retrieval of medical records, and database management programs. - Interpersonal communication and customer services skills to clearly and effectively interact with individuals of varying ages, cultural backgrounds, perspectives to secure and/or provide information to clarify situations, resolve problems, make referrals, and interact with the general public in a helpful and positive manner. Preferred Qualifications: - Knowledge of VMTH admissions, records, cashiering policies and procedures affecting services, clients, and confidentiality of records and information. - Experience with filing alphabetically, numerically, and use a terminal digit filing system. - Ability to learn the fundamental VMTH services and standards for admissions, records, billing, disease processes, scientific terms and processes.
UC Davis Davis, CA, USA Full time
Mar 01, 2019
Job Summary: Under general supervision of the Senior Intellectual Property Officer analyze, draft, negotiate, and prepare material and data transfer agreements, and related intellectual property agreements for signature. Develop/manage high-volume transfer program template processes and agreements. Advise faculty, staff and students on material/data transfers, confidentiality and related law, policy and regulations for a public research university. Perform analytical projects and other duties related to intellectual property. Develop, use and maintain agreement database (currently Microsoft Access), providing extensive reports and analysis within UCD and to the Office of the President. Physical Demands: Sit at a computer terminal for extended periods of time. Work Environment: Work in an area where there is constant traffic and noise from office machines, telephones, and conversations. Work flexible schedule evenings and weekends to meet operational needs. Provide lunch coverage for front desk. UC Davis is a smoke and tobacco free campus effective January 1, 2014. Smoking, the use of smokeless tobacco products, and the use of unregulated nicotine products (e-cigarettes) will be strictly prohibited on any UC Davis owned or leased property, indoors and outdoors, including parking lots and residential space. Background Check Required: This position is a critical position and subject to a background check. Employment is contingent upon successful completion of background investigation including criminal history and identity checks. Yes Qualifications Minimum Qualifications: Experience analyzing, drafting and negotiating material and data transfer agreements, confidentiality agreements, other IP agreements and related documents for a land-grant research university, with direction from senior team members. Knowledge to comprehend, use and explain legal and scientific terminology, IP laws, policies, regulations and guidelines, state, federal and international law relating to land-grant research universities. Skills to communicate with university faculty, staff and students, and outside attorneys, paralegals, researchers and administrators (who may be in other countries). Experience with Microsoft Outlook, Word, Access, and Excel, and tools necessary to research information on the Internet. Skills to negotiate with others with a view to reaching an agreement. Skills to perform legal research and to find and compile data from a variety of reference/resource material pertaining to material and data transfer, confidentiality, copyright, licensing and IP in general. Skills to work on analytical projects that are broad in nature, requiring originality and ingenuity, under direction of the senior team members. Experience conducting critical analysis and writing in a professional environment. Preferred Qualifications: Experience using organizational and time management skills to prioritize tasks, manage time, anticipate problems, manage multiple projects and meet multiple deadlines, both independently and in teams, in a high-volume environment. Experience to analyze, draft and negotiate contracts for a land-grant research university, with direction from senior team members. Skills and experience to comprehend, use and explain legal and scientific terminology, IP laws, policies, regulations and guidelines, state, federal and international law relating to land-grant research universities. Experience with general University of California policies and practices. Experience to communicate with university faculty, staff and students, and outside attorneys, paralegals, researchers and administrators (who may be in other countries) relating to IP. Skill to communicate with individuals of all cultures. Experience to negotiate with others with a view to reaching an agreement. Experience to perform legal research and to find and compile data from a variety of reference/resource material pertaining to material and data transfer, confidentiality, copyright, licensing and IP in general. Experience to work on analytical projects that are broad in nature, requiring originality and ingenuity, under direction of the senior team members. Experience to work independently on individual assignments and work collaboratively on team assignments. Experience to exercise discretion, integrity and sound judgment to manage and protect IP and confidential information. Associate's degree or higher in a scientific discipline.
UC Davis Davis, CA, USA Full time
Mar 01, 2019
Job Summary: Under general supervision, serve as financial analyst, compliance officer, and resource to faculty, CAO, and Department Chair. Independently perform financial analysis and planning for a range of departmental accounts. Independently gather and apply financial data from a variety of revenue streams and apply University financial management mechanisms to ensure comprehensive and accurate budget construction. Identify, research, and resolve problems as well as collecting, analyzing, and summarizing financial information for special reports. Perform financial analysis and planning for a wide variety of federal, state, and private grants. Work with Principal Investigators to understand new proposals, analyze programmatic needs, and make recommendations. Responsible for pre- and post-award processes, budget preparation, analysis, and forecasting, and for control of complex budgets. Physical Demands: Work at a computer for extended periods of time. Work with frequent interruptions. Work occasional overtime to meet deadlines or operation needs. Limited vacation during busy periods, such as fiscal closing and during grant/project deadlines. Work Environment: UC Davis is a smoke and tobacco free campus effective January 1, 2014. Smoking, the use of smokeless tobacco products, and the use of unregulated nicotine products (e-cigarettes) will be strictly prohibited on any UC Davis owned or leased property, indoors and outdoors, including parking lots and residential space. Background Check Required: This position is a critical position and subject to a background check. Employment is contingent upon successful completion of background investigation including criminal history and identity checks. Yes Qualifications Minimum Qualifications: -Experience in financial analysis, forecasting and strategic planning to analyze and compile data and reports. -Experience in budget preparation bases on narrative methodological research plans and designs, analysis, and forecasting with skill to control complex budgets. -Experience managing and monitoring multiple accounts. -Critical thinking and problem-solving skills to analyze complex data. -Skill and knowledge to analyze the quantitative aspects of fiscal and budgetary issues. -Knowledge of cost allocation methods. -Knowledge of federal, state, and private grant budgeting guidelines. -Knowledge of Generally Accepted Accounting Principles. -Analytical skills to independently and proficiently assume responsibility for coordination and completion of complex projects requiring interactions with many internal parties in a large organizational structure. -Knowledge of federal and private compliance regulations governing grant budgeting, financial reporting, cost-sharing standards, cost allocation, and policies regarding use of grant funds. -Experience using automated financial and payroll/personnel systems. -Computer skills to utilize various programs and software for word processing, spreadsheets, and website applications. Preferred Qualifications: -Communication skills to convey recommendations to PI's, managers, and staff to ensure compliance with policy. -Experience recognizing and responding to problems with cost recovery, invoices, accounts, and payroll and initiate timely and appropriate action to resolve them. -Experience coordinating documents and projects with Business Contracts, Sponsored Programs, and Internal Audit to interpret regulations or guidelines and to recommend fiscally responsible and sound management practices. -Organizational skills to work with changing priorities and demanding workload and to use judgment to make logical decisions. -Interpersonal, verbal and written, communication skills to clearly and effectively interact with a diverse group of individuals; secure and/or provide information to clarify situations, resolve problems, and negotiate services and/or agreements and MOU's with other departments or external agencies. - Knowledge of University accounting policies and procedures.
UC Davis Davis, CA, USA Full time
Feb 25, 2019
Job Summary: Under direction of the Immunology/Serology Discipline Head, manages the Davis Immunology/Serology laboratory and provides support/consultation to immunology/serology personnel at three remote branch locations. Responsibilities include serologic evaluation of veterinary clinical specimens; supervision, management and training of technical staff in the Davis Immunology laboratory and routine consultation, training, technical support, and quality control for the three branch immunology/serology sections. Incumbent participates in trouble-shooting diagnostic assay performance, development of new or improved immunology diagnostic techniques, and is routinely involved in independent evaluation/implementation of assays and reagents for improvement of current diagnostic services. Must integrate the related fields of veterinary serology, virology, bacteriology, and cell culture for effective diagnostic testing. This is not a research position. The position is located in a diagnostic laboratory where quality control and assurance as well as meticulous working habits are essential. PLEASE NOTE: CAHFS IS RECRUITING FOR ONE POSITION FOR THE IMMUNOLOGY SUPERVISOR AT THE SRA 3-SUPERVISOR OR SRA 4-SUPERVISOR LEVEL BASED ON EXPERIENCE. IF YOU ARE INTERESTED, SUBMIT A SEPARATE APPLICATION FOR EACH POSITION. IF YOU ARE ALSO INTERESTED IN THE SRA 3- SUPERVISOR LEVEL APPLY TO REQ 03019644 BY AUGUST 21, 2017. Physical Demands: Tests performed require ability to use microscopes and ability to distinguish colors. Ability to stoop, bend, and lift supplies and equipment weighing up to 40 lbs. Work Environment: THIS IS NOT AN H1B/J1 OPPORTUNITY. This is not a research position. The position is located in a diagnostic laboratory where quality control and assurance as well as meticulous working habits are essential. Per the terms and agreements of the department's contracts and grants, the position may require signing of a Confidentiality Agreement or Non-Disclosure Agreement regarding testing and client information. Share weekend/holiday coverage as needed. Periodic, independent overnight travel to CAHFS branch laboratories by air, car, shuttle or other means, as appropriate. All CAHFS employees must know and follow job safety procedures, attend required health and safety training, proactively promote safety at work, and promptly report actual and potential accidents and injuries. Must wear laboratory required/supplied PPE and participate in laboratory-required Health Surveillance Program. This position may require the incumbent to work with or be in areas where hazardous materials and/or infectious diseases are present. Specific hazards of the position include, but are not limited to rabies virus, Chlamydia (psittacosis, ornithosis), Salmonella, Cryptosporidia, Leptospira, Coxiella burnetii, bovine spongiform encephalopathy, and Mycobacterium bovis. Ability to tolerate strong odors and the sight of exposed animal tissues and blood. UC Davis is committed to excellence through diversity and strives to establish a climate that welcomes, celebrates, and promotes respect for the contributions of all students and employees. Smoking, the use of smokeless tobacco products, and the use of unregulated nicotine products (e-cigarettes) will be strictly prohibited on any UC Davis owned or leased property, indoors and outdoors, including parking lots and residential space. Background Check Required: This position is a critical position and subject to a background check. Employment is contingent upon successful completion of background investigation including criminal history and identity checks. Yes Qualifications Minimum Qualifications: -Bachelor's degree in Immunology, Biology, Animal Science, or a closely related field, or equivalent combination of experience and training. -Experience in the fields of veterinary immunology, serology, virology, bacteriology, and/or cell culture. -Skills and experience in performing diagnostic serologic methods including immunodiffusion, serum-viral neutralization, ELISA, agglutination, hemagglutination- inhibition, immunofluorescence, lymphocyte blastogenesis and complement-fixation. -Skills and experience in safely operating and maintaining laboratory equipment including computers, bio-safety cabinets, ELISA readers and washers, automated pipetting and diluting equipment, centrifuges, incubators, scales and balances, microscopes, and electrophoresis equipment. -Experience with quality control and quality assurance methods in a laboratory that utilizes complex methodology. Skills to produce and quality control immunologic reagents, and to obtain and maintain National Veterinary Service Laboratory certification and quality control standards for serologic assays. -Experience working in a high throughput clinical laboratory, and skills to work accurately under pressure to meet deadlines. -Experience in providing effective leadership and skills to provide effective laboratory management and supervision of technical staff in a highproduction analytical laboratory including prioritizing workload and scheduling personnel to meet workload demands. -Skills to effectively recruit, hire, train, and evaluate work performance of personnel. -Independent thinking, strong decision-making and problem solving skills to evaluate and solve problems and/or make sound recommendations. -Skills to understand and use complex laboratory protocols, equipment manuals, and procedural documents. -Skills to write and maintain Standard Operating Procedures and to follow specified official/written protocols. -Skills to follow laboratory/university safety protocols, to include safe handling and disposal of waste solvents, biohazardous, and chemical materials and to instruct/monitor the same for laboratory personnel. -Experience and skills to effectively manage and monitor appropriate and cost effective ordering and use of laboratory supplies and equipment. -Skills to keep neat and accurate records and files, and to write clear and concise reports and data analyses. -Experience and skills to instruct, technically train, and provide immunology-related consultation to a wide variety of technical and professional personnel. -Micro computing skills and experience to work with and train others in the use of PC's and related software including word-processing software, data entry and analysis using spreadsheet-type programs, and laboratory management software programs. Preferred Qualifications: -Master's degree in Immunology, Biology, Animal Science, or a closely related field, or equivalent combination of experience and training. -Experience working under University personnel and purchasing policies and procedures. -Budgetary experience and skills to project and justify cost expenditures for laboratory needs. -Skills to modify and apply new technologies for practical use in veterinary diagnostics. -Skills to critically evaluate and improve existing technologies, protocols, and procedures for veterinary diagnostic assays. Skills and experience in evaluating commercial products for suitability for laboratory use, including analysis of cost efficiency, technical performance, and quality control. -Skills and experience to devise, organize, and supervise laboratory developmental projects. -Experience working with veterinary infectious diseases. -Skills to present scientific data and data analysis, verbally or in written form, at national meetings or in refereed journals. -Familiarity with livestock, horses, poultry, or agriculture.
UC Davis Davis, CA, USA Full time
Feb 25, 2019
Job Summary: Under general supervision responsible for contracts and grants administration including proposal preparation and post-award management, and payroll/personnel/benefits administration for extramural activities. Independently responsible for providing highly technical financial services, including budget analysis, projections, grant management (pre- and post-award), approval of fiscal transactions, and other related duties. Provide administrative support for assigned group of Principal Investigators with extramural expenses totaling at least $3M annually. Maintain all grants and extramural records and documentation. Identify, research and resolve problems. Reconcile ledgers, monitor accounts and prepare for fiscal closing of accounts at year end. Collect, analyze, and summarize financial information for special reports. Process payroll/personnel and paperwork, including managing foreign visa processing. Serve as back up for other contract and grant managers as needed. Physical Demands: Sit at a computer for extended periods of time. Work Environment: This is a critical position and subject to a background check. Employment is contingent upon successful completion of a background investigation including criminal history and identity check. Work occasional overtime including evenings and weekends, usually on short notice, to meet operational, project and deadline needs. Limited vacation during busy periods, such as fiscal closing and during grant/project deadlines. Work with frequent interruptions. UC Davis is a smoke and tobacco free campus effective January 1, 2014. Smoking, the use of smokeless tobacco products, and the use of unregulated nicotine products (e-cigarettes) will be strictly prohibited on any UC Davis owned or leased property, indoors and outdoors, including parking lots and residential space. Background Check Required: This position is a critical position and subject to a background check. Employment is contingent upon successful completion of background investigation including criminal history and identity checks. Yes Qualifications Minimum Qualifications: -Experience with contracts and/or grants administration from proposal preparation and submission to account creation and management to closeouts. -Knowledge of federal, state and private grant budgetary restrictions covering research, personnel, purchasing and payroll. -Knowledge of policies, procedures, and applicable laws relating to the maintenance of confidential and sensitive information. -Knowledge of procedures for administering sponsored projects. -Mathematical skills to calculate and analyze complex financial formulas. -Experience using complex automated financial, payroll and personnel systems, spreadsheets, databases, web browsers, word processing and electronic mail programs. -Familiarity with governmental laws and regulations, such as Federal OMB Circulars A-21, A-110, A-133. -Critical thinking and problem-solving skills to identify problems, gather related information from diverse resources, analyze complex data, and develop meaningful solutions to specific problems. -Organizational and time management skills to establish and prioritize workload, work on multiple projects with changing priorities, and meet multiple and critical deadlines. -Interpersonal and communication skills to effectively interact and communicate with a with a diverse population of staff, faculty, coworkers, administrators, and external contacts. Preferred Qualifications: -Financial and personnel experience working in an academic environment. -Knowledge of UC policies and procedures; contract and grant manuals, accounting manuals, development manuals; UC Office of the President operating memos and guidance memos. -Skills to interpret policies and procedures to ensure concurrence with department, university, state, federal and outside agency requirements. -Knowledge of UC Davis business management principles; budget control and accounting principles; budgeting process, management reports, accounting, personnel, payroll, and purchasing systems. -Knowledge of issues relating to international appointees, including steps to obtain visas for the purpose of employment and/or visiting status. -Experience using UC Davis business application tools such as DaFIS/KFS, PPS, OPTRS, PeopleAdmin, AggieJobLink, MyTravel, UCD Buy, Online Timesheets, Cost Share Tracking, Effort Commitment, and Effort Reporting. -Completion of the UC Davis Research Administration Certificate Series.
UC Davis Davis, CA, USA Full time
Feb 25, 2019
Job Summary: Under supervision, responsible for providing general administrative support and outreach and event planning for the Asian American Studies Department. Coordinate content of Department web pages. Support faculty in course issues including preparation, implementation, planning and scheduling, course evaluation, book ordering, and other related issues. Assist the chair in supervising the student assistants staffing the ASA front office. Work with the SAO to provide students with advice and support on academic issues, and serve as backup contact for students to provide general academic information and direct them to designated adviser. Schedule and take minutes at meetings for ASA department faculty and staff. Assist faculty with establishing office hours and answering the phone, taking messages and routing calls. Make room reservations room changes, audiovisual and classroom equipment reservations, repairs for classes. Oversee and monitor use of the Kagiwada Library. Coordinate annual hiring of Teaching Assistants for undergraduate courses. Serve as department representative and coordinator for annual events such as Fall Welcome, Preview Day, Welcome Week, Commencement, Orientation Week. Plan additional department events as needed (guest lectures, film screenings, etc). Physical Demands: - Lift recruitment/outreach materials weighing up to 25 lbs of - Extended use of computers. Work Environment: -Work in a busy environment with frequent interruptions and under the pressure of deadlines. -Work occasional overtime on weekdays and weekends, with supervisor's pre-approval. -Limited or restricted vacation during peak advising and admissions periods and other critical programmatic deadlines. -UC Davis is a smoke and tobacco free campus effective January 1, 2014. Smoking, the use of smokeless tobacco products, and the use of unregulated nicotine products (e-cigarettes) will be strictly prohibited on any UC Davis owned or leased property, indoors and outdoors, including parking lots and residential space. Additional information and specifics regarding the policy are available at http://breathefree.ucdavis.edu/index.html Background Check Required: This position is a critical position and subject to a background check. Employment is contingent upon successful completion of background investigation including criminal history and identity checks. Yes Qualifications Minimum Qualifications: -Experience providing assistance to students on a wide range of complex issues in a higher education setting including referral to department and campus resources. -Analytical skills to understand and interpret a wide variety of University And Program policies and procedures for faculty, graduate students and staff. -Skills to prepare and monitor budgets related to student support and program events. -Interpersonal, customer service and communication skills to interact and communicate professionally with individuals and groups of varying ages and cultural backgrounds, and with applicants, faculty, students, campus student services offices and agencies and organizations. Analytical and problem solving skills to disseminate information, resolve problems, and/or clarify situations and skills to effectively lead and facilitate group discussions. -Writing, editing and proofreading skills to independently draft memorandums and correspondence to applicants, students and faculty, and prepare reports other materials. -Skills to collect and analyze statistics, create summary reports, and track student progress and enrollment trends. -Mathematical skills to add, subtract, multiply, divide and to determine percentages, ratios, and estimates with attention to details. -Computer experience to utilize various programs and software for word processing, spreadsheets, database programs, email, PowerPoint, the internet, and student information systems to accomplish assignments. Preferred Qualifications: -Experience maintaining confidentiality of student records and apply federal and state FERPA and Information Privacy Act regulations. -Experience using UC's student information system BANNER, Integrated Curriculum Management System (ICMS), PPS/OPTRS, PPS Decision Support, DaFIS Decision Support, MyTravel and other campus web-based tools. -Skills to analyze new policies and changes in existing policies to develop procedures to meet requirements. -Knowledge of BX union contracts to ensure compliance and follow appointment procedures. -Skills to obtain, correlate and analyze data and develop statistics from a variety of sources; to retrieve and assemble information for the preparation of reports, schedules, correspondence, etc. -Skills to develop, organize, maintain and evaluate complex recordkeeping systems. -Skills to supervise student staff -Experience developing, organizing and implementing educational programs, workshops or seminars to enhance student development and retention within the Asian American student community. -Experience working with ASA parents, alumni, AAPI, community groups, and organizations.
UC Davis Davis, CA, USA Full time