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.

Jun 28, 2019
Job Summary: Reporting to the Associate Director of IT Services within Financial Aid and Scholarships, has specific responsibility for leading technical operations, maintaining data integrity of all Financial Aid Student Information Systems (SIS) and SIS document records, process automation improvements and enhancements utilizing existing and new applications and software. Provide support to all units within the department. Responsible to ensure that the goals of the department are met through the timely and accurate implementation of changing federal, state and university regulations and policies while carrying out internal and campus-wide initiatives. Physical Demands: Sit at a computer for long periods of time. Work Environment: Work hours outside standard 8am-5pm schedule may be necessary for emergency situations. Work flexible schedule including occasional evenings/nights, weekend and holidays to meet operational needs. Work in a semi-open area. 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: -Advanced experience with financial aid software systems or enterprise student information systems operations and practices. -Professional experience managing data including generating queries, performing data manipulation, and integrating data from multiple sources. -Professional experience with PL/SQL and Oracle RDBMS concepts, methods, tools and environment sufficient to recommend integration or development solutions for the UC Davis mission critical SIS. -Advanced knowledge of system integration practices including code development and migration methodology. -Advanced organizational skills to oversee work processes and ensure quality standards are met; assign priorities and develop implementation timelines; identify risks, costs, and benefits; engage in continuous business process improvement; and manage multiple tasks with concurrent and often conflicting priorities and establish priorities in the face of competing demands. -Skill to define, design, implement and deliver solutions in a highly regulated, mission critical environment with process, system and database controls that satisfy audit requirements. -Professional experience showing the ability to think strategically, translate general direction into efficient problem analysis, and to create solutions that are consistent with the vision of the department. -Experience working with data that has strict security or privacy requirements mandated by regulatory agencies or standards bodies. -Ability to adapt quickly to changes in technology, software, or requirements. Preferred Qualifications: -Advanced analytic skills to analyze organizational, operational and computerized systems; to define problems and objectives; compose long-range strategic plans related to unit operations; to analyze, design and lead implementation of procedures to improve operational efficiency as systems, policies, and operational needs change; to formulate solutions. -Advanced experience with the UC Davis Financial Aid and Scholarships data processes and job streams. -Comprehensive and specific knowledge of the Banner SIS application and the knowledge to modify or reconfigure the systems as needed. -Experience and skills in troubleshooting databases, testing programs, and writing efficient, readable, user-friendly reports using SQL, population selection and Crystal Reports. -Knowledge of Financial Aid regulations at the Federal, State and University levels and the processes currently used by UCD's Financial Aid Office to ensure aid is efficiently and accurately made available to qualified students. -Skills to develop innovative solutions and programs, attempt difficult and unfamiliar projects/ assignments and respond with flexibility to requests for assistance in problem-solving and program development and/or refinement. -Experience leading a team of analysts or other technical staff. -Writing skills to prepare a variety of technical and non-technical proposals, correspondence, reports, procedures and training documents.
UC Davis Davis, CA, USA Full time
Jun 28, 2019
Job Summary: Under close supervision of the Creative and Digital Director this internship is designed to expose the individual to all aspects of video production, digital, and social media platforms, including game-day video services, broadcast production and fan engagement and enhancement for all UC Davis men's and women's Intercollegiate Athletic sports programs. Physical Demands: Lift and move multi media items such as cameras, lighting, etc, weighing up to 50lb. Work Environment: Work flexible schedule. Work irregular shifts, including weekends, holidays, and evenings. 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. Qualifications Minimum Qualifications: Experience in shooting and editing video, photography, and other multi-media platform segments. Excellent writing, editing, typing, interpersonal and verbal communication skills. Proficient in Adobe Creative Suite. Use of social media platforms (Facebook, Twitter, etc.). Quick decision making and problem solving skills. Recent graduate of UC Davis. Preferred Qualifications: Experience in producing game-day video, replay and web streaming and directing/producing live events.
UC Davis Davis, CA, USA Full time
Jun 28, 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 2 LEVEL APPLY TO REQ 03019752 BY AUGUST 24, 2017. Physical Demands: Sit at computer or extended periods of time. Lift boxes of files up to 25 lbs. Work Environment: CRA (Certified Research Administrator) certification required within 12 months. 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: Knowledge of Principles of Budgeting, Accounting and Control. Proven successful award funding, project development and project management experience. Experience gathering and synthesizing large amounts of complex information. Excellent writing skills. Experience with management of complex federal and state contracts and grants. Experience working with sponsoring agency requirements related to OLAW, IACUC, and IRB's for human subjects studies. Experience serving as departmental compliance officer for federal awards, state and private foundation awards and industry awards. Experience with recharge services, operations and facilities administration and management. Experience establishing and maintaining effective working relationships with those contracted in the course of work. Interpersonal and oral communication skills sufficient to coordinate with a wide range of personnel, including supervisors, faculty, postdoctoral researchers and investigators, and graduate students. Skills to use computer applications such as Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel including pivot tables, and Microsoft Outlook. Organizational and time management skills to meet deadlines and manage assigned work as well as to schedule production, organize information, and maintain accurate records. Problem solving and decision-making skills. Preferred Qualifications: Knowledge of UC policies and departmental operating 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
Jun 28, 2019
Job Summary: Under the general direction of the Chair and COO, provide leadership in the management of department operations ensuring high-quality administrative support is provided to all internal and external partners. Prepare strategic plans for finance development, (including recharge rate development), equipment and space administration, business processes and industrial affiliate interactions. Ensure safety protocols, training, and necessary implementations are in compliance. Advise on leadership issues. Serve as back-up support to the COO. Manage the day-to-day operations of the Department of Biomedical Engineering, including but not limited to strategic and budget planning, fiscal control, compliance, risk management, facilities, payroll/personnel, academic personnel hiring and purchasing activities. Develop and maintain a positive, cooperative and supportive environment consistent with the UC Davis Principles of Community; provide leadership in a high performance department. Responsible for effectively and ethically leading staff and overseeing a complex translational research, teaching and recharge center environment. Serve as the compliance officer for the recharge centers, departmental business processes as it relates to extramural funding and University Policy and Procedure. Serve as the principal trainer and resource for business office staff on financial procedures and policy. Responsible for overseeing pre- and post-award processes, budget preparation, analysis and forecasting for control of complex budgets. Physical Demands: Sit at computer or extended periods of time. Lift boxes of files weighing 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: Knowledge of Principles of Budgeting, Accounting and Control. Successful award funding, project development and project management experience. Experience gathering and synthesizing large amounts of complex information. Excellent writing skills. Experience with management of complex federal and state contracts and grants. Experience working with sponsoring agency requirements related to OLAW, IACUC, and IRB's for human subjects studies. Experience serving as departmental compliance officer for federal awards, state and private foundation awards and industry awards. Experience with recharge services, operations and facilities administration and management. Experience establishing and maintaining effective working relationships with those contracted in the course of work. Interpersonal and oral communication skills sufficient to coordinate with a wide range of personnel, including supervisors, faculty, postdoctoral researchers and investigators, and graduate students. Skills to use computer applications such as Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel including pivot tables, and Microsoft Outlook. Organizational and time management skills to meet deadlines and manage assigned work as well as to schedule production, organize information, and maintain accurate records. Problem solving and decision-making skills. Preferred Qualifications: Knowledge of UC policies and departmental operating procedures. Experience providing leadership in the areas of strategic planning, equipment and space administration, and business processes. CRA (Certified Research Administrator) certification preferred or an equivalent combination of education and experience. 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. Managing personnel issues.
UC Davis Davis, CA, USA Full time
Jun 28, 2019
Job Summary: Reporting to the Chief Curator, the Associate Curator assists in the selection, research, development, planning, production, and interpretation of the permanent collection and special exhibitions. The Associate Curator conceives, organizes, writes publications for, and installs special and collection-based exhibitions as assigned and in collaboration with the Chief Curator. **PLEASE NOTE: THE MANETTI SHREM MUSEUM IS RECRUITING FOR ONE LEADERSHIP POSITION, AN ASSOCIATE CURATOR OR A MORE EXPERIENCED CHIEF CURATOR. PLEASE SUBMIT AN APPLICATION TO THE POSITION FOR WHICH YOUR QUALIFICATIONS BEST APPLY. IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN THE CHIEF CURATOR - APPLY TO REQ # 03019766 BY 09/04/17. DIRECT LINK TO POSITION: www.employment.ucdavis.edu/applicants/Central?quickFind=77453 Physical Demands: Work Environment: Work on and around the construction site. Work flexible schedule during evenings and weekends to meet deadlines. Occasional travel to visit museum sites and to meet with clients. 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: Expertise in international modern and/or contemporary art and art history. Fluent in art museum best practice and standards of excellence. Master's degree in Art, Art History, Museum Studies or other related discipline, or equivalent professional experience; with expertise in modern art, or closely related field. Minimum of three years of museum experience with progressively responsible curatorial experience and demonstrated excellence in acquisitions, exhibitions, and scholarly museum publications Experience collaborating with university faculty, museum staff, professional colleagues, and museum supporters. Experience in developing broad Museum support, including fundraising, donor relations, and public relations. Experience working effectively under pressure and meet deadlines. Strong organizational skills: ability to prioritize and organize multiple activities, as well as supervise the activities of staff members around a common project. Preferred Qualifications: PhD in Art History. Teaching experience. Demonstrated commitment to, and enthusiasm for, working with students. Excellent writing record and demonstrated excellence in work place and donor communication.
UC Davis Davis, CA, USA Full time
Jun 28, 2019
Job Summary: Manage and supervise staff in all undergraduate and graduate advising and student services in Chemical Engineering and Materials Science and Engineering departments. Independently develop and manage two complex and comprehensive graduate programs from recruitment to matriculation. Provide advanced academic advising on a wide range of complex issues involving undergraduate and graduate students. Manage both department program budgets including all block grants, fellowships, awards, and work-study requirements. Manage curriculum planning, policies, resources, and financial aid for impacting performance, time to degree, and future career options in both programs. Responsible for teaching assistant (TA), Reader, and Tutor allocations. Responsible for coordinating outreach, recruitment, and orientation activities. Oversee planning and host events. Coordinate the design and updates of social media sites and pages. Maintain alumni databases, relationships and communication. Physical Demands: -Sit for extended periods of time at a computer or desk. -Lift and move boxes of materials weighing up to 25 lbs., hand carts available for use. Work Environment: - Travel occasionally, including short overnight trips. - Infrequently attend evening and/or weekend meetings. - 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 at the university level working with graduate students in a degree-oriented program, assessing progress toward degree and the understanding and knowledge of academic needs and concerns of students in a higher educational setting. Analytical skills to evaluate and interpret complex policies, procedures and reference materials that apply to students. Skills to evaluate and interpret a wide variety of domestic and international college credentials. Experience with counseling and guidance techniques to advise students and to help them resolve academic, social and emotional problems and to make sensitive referrals. Analytical skills with data, policy and programs including interpreting evaluating, projecting and problem solving a variety of issues. Leadership skills to advocate for and guide graduate programs toward their stated mission. Writing skills to compose and edit correspondence, reports, reviews and informational materials to correspond with applicants, faculty, students, student services offices, and off-campus agencies and organizations. Computer skills to utilize office software and database applications. Skills to develop and manage budgets and to assemble statistical reports in support of graduate student funding. Preferred Qualifications: Experience providing supervision to others, including recruiting, managing expectations and workload, correction action, and training and development opportunities. Experience with college/university regulations, procedures, university governance and familiarity with public university structures. Experience with general curricular elements and structures (e.g., courses, units, prerequisites, majors and minors) and pedagogical approaches at the college and university level. Experience working in an academic environment with pressures (personal/social) encountered by students at a major research university, including student from underrepresented groups. Skill to develop or adapt procedures to ensure compliance with policy requirements. Experience using BANNER, GRADTRAKS, DESII, SIS, Filemaker Pro, and Excel. Experience with course schedule development. Knowledge of campus academic, student and community services and resources. Knowledge of general objectives and policies of the unit and campus concerning various graduate programs, and non-traditional and international constituencies. Experience with confidential student records and other sensitive materials or information. Skills to examine and assess college transcripts and accurately compute grade point averages. Communications skills to actively listen, give helpful feedback and provide useful information; carefully chooses tone and delivery in conveying information; uses appropriate media; is aware of impact on others. Organizational and time management skills to meet deadlines and anticipate needs of the program and students.
UC Davis Davis, CA, USA Full time
Jun 28, 2019
Job Summary: Reporting to the Assistant Director of Human Resources, the HR Administrative Support Supervisor manages the day to day operations related to supporting the HR/Payroll team in the following areas: leaves management, recruiting coordination, training and compliance, and payroll/personnel. Determine, delegate, and assess workload of administrative staff to achieve departmental goals, ensuring a high level of service. In conjunction with the Assistant Director of Human Resources, this position is a direct liaison to the Shared Services Center Payroll and Human Resources units, Disability Management Services, Central Human Resources Recruiters, and Student Housing and Dining Services management. Work directly with HR/Payroll colleagues, Student Housing and Dining Services and Hyatt management to manage recruitment, leaves, and training efforts for Student Housing and Dining Services and Hyatt career, limited term, per diem, TES (Temporary Employment Services) and student positions. Physical Demands: Lift boxes and files weighing up to 20 lbs. Use computer equipment for extended periods of time (6-8 hours per day). Work Environment: Occasional overtime may be required to meet operational needs. Work in shared work environment that is occasionally noisy. Restricted vacation during peak workload periods. Work occasional evenings and weekends to meet operational needs. 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. 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 recruiting, selecting, training, supervising and evaluating employees. Experience interpreting and articulating personnel policies and procedures, collective bargaining agreements and employment law. Experience establishing goals and workload priorities, handling multiple tasks and complex projects simultaneously with conflicting priorities and meeting deadlines, and flexibility in dealing with people and competing demands. Experience working in a professional environment with skill to exercise political acumen in handling and responding to sensitive or difficult situations diplomatically. Leadership experience to chair meetings, problem-solve, and evaluate business needs. 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. Computer skills to utilize various software programs such as word processing, spreadsheets, and database management programs. Knowledge of principles and processes for providing customer service. Preferred Qualifications: Knowledge of UC policies and procedures, including working knowledge of UC benefits and retirement programs, DaFIS/Kuali, PPS, OPTRS, Decision Support, PeopleAdmin, as well as other campus systems. Experience applying federal and state laws and regulations, including Worker's Compensation, FMLA and ADA. Organizational and managerial skills to prioritize, plan and direct projects, workload and staff. Skill to write, communicate, and interpret fluently in the Spanish language, including explaining payroll calculations and computations, benefits and staff programs (i.e. FML, Workers' Compensation) Writing and communication skills to prepare and present documents, reports, proposals for management and correspondence with various constituencies within campus and UC system. Organization skills to work effectively, achieve timely progress on multiple simultaneous projects, distribute effort among projects, and meet deadlines. Critical thinking and applied problem-solving skills both interpersonal and analytical. Experience in maintaining confidentiality of sensitive issues/matters, to handle difficult situations diplomatically, and to work effectively and sensitively with constituents from diverse backgrounds and perspectives.
UC Davis Davis, CA, USA Full time
Jun 28, 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
Jun 28, 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
Jun 28, 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
Jun 28, 2019
Job Summary: Under the general direction of the Chief of Staff, provides administrative support to the Associate Vice Provost (AVP) for Academic Programs, the AVP for Global Education and Services, and the Chief of Staff. Serve as a general office manager. Coordinates campus visits of international delegations, organizes rotating advisory council meetings, and provides Decision Support and purchasing transaction support. Maintain and schedule meetings, appointments, etc. for AVPs as necessary. Manage and oversee office representational duties for visiting delegations. Organize, arrange, and prepare for meetings often involving many individuals with complex and varied schedules. Provide support with travel and entertainment. Represent the Office of the Vice Provost and Associate Chancellor for Global Affairs as the principal liaison for business visits and inquiries. Provide confidential and non-confidential administrative assistance including filing and administrative organization May be called upon to act as back up support for other executives within the Office of Global Affairs. Physical Demands: Work Environment: Work occasional overtime. May work a flexible lunch hour. 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 an executive-level office environment. Professional administrative skills and experience to support the services. Experience applying interpersonal and oral communication skills that promotes collegial communication in person, electronically, and on the telephone with the skill to elicit information needed to clarify inquiries and requests. Experience applying skills in diplomacy to handle sensitive or difficult situations and to work with constituents from diverse cultural backgrounds and perspectives. Experience coordinating electronic calendars and schedules; experience scheduling and managing details of complex meetings and special events. Knowledge of higher education principles and standards to make effective judgments and decision making as well as analytical and critical thinking skills to anticipate and identify issues and information requirements. Interpersonal skills to interact and communicate effectively and professionally with diverse administration, international visitors, staff, faculty, and students, using tact, diplomacy, and good judgment during all interactions in the performance of a wide variety of programs and support functions. Organizational and time management skills to establish goals and workload priorities under limited supervision, and to work effectively and with attention to detail under intense deadlines on multiple projects with competing deadlines. _______________________________________________________ Preferred Qualifications: Analytical skills to understand, interpret, and communicate information from a wide variety of sources. Experience with MS Office programs. Organizational skills to work on projects with competing deadlines and to establish goals and workload priorities; flexibility in dealing with people and competing demands. Understanding of and experience applying the general principles of accountability for access and use of automated financial systems. Experience with Decision Support and OPP. Writing, editing, and proofreading skills to produce correspondence and other written materials. Organizational and analytical skills to assume general assignments and independently follow through to successful completion; to manage details of complex projects and events; and to manage calendars and schedules. Skill in managing and maintaining file systems, including electronic file systems. Experience developing creative solutions to general problems, attempting unfamiliar projects/assignments and respond with flexibility to requests for assistance. Computer knowledge and skills to apply various programs (word processing, spreadsheets, databases) and software to accomplish assignments, and the ability to learn new software. Skill to learn the Advancement Services database systems and receive periodic update/refresher training from Advanced Services staff. Knowledge and understanding of campus travel policies and procedures, including UC Davis Aggie Travel system. Skills to maintain confidentiality of sensitive issues/matters; ability to exercise discretion in dealing with controversial or potentially sensitive topics. Knowledge of or ability to learn campus wide offices and administrative staff contacts. General knowledge of campus resources.
UC Davis Davis, CA, USA Full time
Jun 28, 2019
Job Summary: Under general supervision, incumbent is responsible for overseeing Access Services related functions; interpreting and enforcing unit, department, and library policy/procedure; opening and/or closing building; overall building and collection security; oversees Public Service Desk; may schedule, train and supervise student assistants. Position is responsible for representing the University Library to patrons on evenings, weekends and holidays. Access Services is responsible for providing access to and maintaining in good physical order the University Library's general collections. The unit provides access to material not owned by a patron's home library via Interlibrary Loan or Document Delivery Services. Physical Demands: Read print and computer screens. Lift material weighing 15 or more pounds and pass material across counters up to 40' in height. Move, load, and unload book trucks weighing up to 600 pounds. Shelve and retrieve material from stacks 5'-84' in height for extended periods of time. Work Environment: This Night & Weekend Assistant position works primarily at Physical Sciences & Engineering Library (PSEL) in Davis. This position may be required to work at any of the University Library facilities as needed. Description of the primary location will vary depending upon whichever facility is the primary location of work. Work flexible schedule. Must be available to work a variable schedule and over 50% time to meet business needs. Hours worked are subject to change and vary by facility. Hours worked include, but not limited to, holidays, finals, intersession, and summer sessions. Must substitute for Night and Weekend staff for planned and unplanned absences. Must be available for staff meetings during daytime hours. No personal calls or eating in work area. Frequent interaction with patrons and staff; communicate in person, by telephone, and electronically. Must be able to work independently with minimum supervision. 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: Library operations and practices work experience in an academic library public service setting (Facilities/Security, Circulation, Reference, Personnel, Stacks Maintenance, Interlibrary Loan and Document Delivery Services). Interpersonal and communication skills to successfully interact with a diverse patron and staff population. Effectively explain complex policies; remain calm and exercise tact and compassion when dealing with difficult individuals. Experience functioning as a work leader; training, directing, evaluating, and motivating others. Organizational skills to work independently and follow established processes and priorities; flexibility to manage rapid priority changes and adjust workflow to meet deadlines. Analytical skills to determine solutions while maintaining compliance with established policies/guidelines. Problem resolution and policy exception granting/refusal experience. Experience responding to emergencies and unusual situations, applying good judgment with appropriate incident management and/or referral. Experience operating automated library systems, catalogs, and other library-related databases. Bibliographic skills. Electronic communication and MS Office experience, including Word, Excel, and Access. Math skills sufficient to compile statistics, perform calculations, interpret and analyze data. Operate and troubleshoot standard office/library equipment. Writing skills to compose clear and concise professional documents and communications. Preferred Qualifications: Knowledge of applicable University policies and procedures; skills to interpret, articulate and apply Unit/Library/University policy, procedure and practice to patrons/staff, and make appropriate referrals for optimal service. Ability to work cooperatively as a contributing member of a team to establish unit goals; plan, organize and implement unit procedures to achieve goals; and back-up co-workers during staffing shortages and heavy workload periods. Knowledge of Library of Congress (LC) and/or National Library of Medicine (NLM) classification systems.
UC Davis Davis, CA, USA Full time
Jun 28, 2019
Job Summary: This position is located in the Engineering and Physical Sciences program area of the Internship and Career Center (ICC). Under general supervision, provides professional advising to students and recent alumni concerning experiential education (internships), and career planning and placement related to opportunities in engineering and physical sciences. Works with off-campus employers and agencies, faculty, staff, and Student Affairs administrators to develop experiential education and career opportunities for students primarily in the engineering and physical sciences disciplines. Develops and presents workshops, seminars, instructional offerings, and information meetings related to internship and career services. Collaborates with faculty and academic departments on programs and events. Assists with the collection and analysis of workload data including statistics on student participation in internships and career employment hires. Physical Demands: Travel to off campus sites. Work Environment: Work occasional evening/weekend and holidays. Employee is personally responsible for following health and safety guidelines and instructions. 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. Qualifications Minimum Qualifications: Demonstrated advising experience. Experience in career planning or student services. Experience conducting workshops or presenting information in a group setting. Experience assessing labor market and career-related trends. Interpersonal communication skills to work successfully with a wide range of professionals within and outside academe. Written communication skills to review and critique cover letters and resumes and respond in writing to partners on behalf of the Internship and Career Center Skills to respond to needs of ethnically and culturally diverse students and alumni, as well as sensitivity to the needs of underrepresented students and scholars in general. Knowledge of experiential education methods. Knowledge of career development processes. Understanding of the synergistic interactions between experiential education and career development. Skills to design, organize and deliver effective experiential education and career service programs. Skills to organize job responsibilities and logistics for programs and events and to work effectively to meet multiple deadlines. Extensive experience with computers, including the use of web-based tools and databases. Skills with Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook, and PowerPoint software. Skills to thrive and make meaningful contributions in a collaborative environment; skills to work well with others and flexibility to contribute daily to Center-wide activities. Skills to supervise student advisors. Preferred Qualifications: Experience in the development of experiential education programs. Knowledge of specific requirements for employment in fields most common for graduates in the engineering and physical sciences disciplines. Advanced educational preparation in engineering and physical science-related disciplines and/or career services. Familiarity with the use of LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter for marketing, research, communication, and job search. Skills to strategically analyze the overall program and to define specific services necessary to address identified needs.
UC Davis Davis, CA, USA Full time
Jun 28, 2019
Job Summary: Under direction of the Shrem Museum Senior Director of Development, design, create and implement high-level programs in the area of fund development and membership. Collaborate in the process of research and analysis required to set ambitious annual goals for the museum business plan. Consistently achieve annual revenue and membership goals. Work closely with development staff, museum leadership team, top donors and other museum staff to build gift support. Manage the analytical, technical and research support necessary for fundraising administration and service delivery to Manetti Shrem Museum donors. Provide consultative support and high level customer service to address issues and create positive outcomes. Constituents include top donors and prospects, including foundations, corporations, and individual donors, as well as museum volunteers and members at every level of giving. Function with a high degree of autonomy and exercise independent judgment on project management and create innovative solutions that impact future organizational productivity. Generate high level strategy briefing materials, proposals, presentations, and other development documents needed to support the Founding Director, Senior Director of Development, and Museum Honorary Board. Develop, implement and maintain internal systems using existing and new technologies for monitoring Shrem Museum donor, prospect and membership strategies for cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship. Perform qualification analyses. Administer various fundraising strategies and activities. Physical Demands: Work Environment: Must provide own transportation to off-site events and meetings. Work flexible schedule including occasional evenings and weekends to respond to operational needs. 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: Knowledge of the principles, best practices and trends in membership and fundraising. Experience designing and executing cultivation, stewardship and engagement events and programs. Organizational and time management skills to achieve progress on multiple simultaneous tasks, meet deadlines, and establish goals and workload priorities with flexibility and shift strategies mid­stream as program needs and goals shift. Experience using various software programs (word processing, spreadsheets, databases, presentation software, etc.) to accomplish assignments. Advanced skills in MS Office 365 Suite. Excellent oral and written communication skills, including use of proper grammar, punctuation, editing and proofreading skills. _______________________________________________________ Preferred Qualifications: Knowledge of and interest in the visual arts. Political acumen to work in an executive level environment. Knowledge of practices and procedures associated with building and maintaining effective working relationships with all levels of internal and external constituencies. Skills to have high-level, high-quality interactions (verbal and in writing) with donors, volunteers, and senior administrators. Experience in absorbing complex technical and conceptual information, identifying key issues and details, and presenting understandable alternatives, both orally and in writing, to individuals of varying technical expertise at all levels of the organization. Time management and prioritization skills to provide executive level support. Experience working in a museum environment and/or a visual arts non-profit. Knowledge of the principles, best practices and trends in museum membership and fundraising. Experience developing and managing short­ and long-­range planning and program goals. Active listening, advanced critical thinking and analytical skills to recognize potential areas of constituency concern and address resolve and/or mitigate problems or issues. Experience with UC Davis development software including Advancement Information System (AIS) and the Prospect Management and Tracking System (PMATS). Knowledge of and experience with UC Davis' gift processing and tracking systems.
UC Davis Davis, CA, USA Full time
Jun 28, 2019
Job Summary: Reporting to the Founding Director, and working closely with the museum's leadership boards, the Chief Curator will contribute to making the Manetti Shrem Museum a dynamic site for a program of contemporary art that engages different time periods and cultures to investigate issues of broad contemporary relevance. The incumbent will join an energetic start-up team in defining the purpose, mission and impact of a new museum at a top-ten public research university, which is also the repository of an important art historical legacy. The Chief Curator will lead the Curatorial & Collections department, and will be responsible for oversight, management and growth of the museum's collections. (The Fine Arts Collection at UC Davis contains more than 5,000 objects. Founded as a collection of Old Master prints, it is now encyclopedic in scope, including notable holdings of antiquities, works on paper and ceramics central to the history of UC Davis.) The incumbent must possess a progressive vision for curatorial and collections activities, a vision in keeping with the innovative and irreverent history of the university. As a public practice artist, or a curator indebted to collaborative praxis, the Chief Curator will develop and implement interdisciplinary projects. The museum is an engaged partner in the intellectual work of the campus, involving students, faculty and staff as initiators, partners, and subjects in the research and development of all aspects of its artistic program. The Chief Curator will increase the museum's integration into the university curriculum and engage more of the campus intellectual assets. The Chief Curator will represent the establishment of the Manetti Shrem Museum Museum locally at UC Davis and to national and international audiences. **PLEASE NOTE: THE MANETTI SHREM MUSEUM IS RECRUITING FOR ONE LEADERSHIP POSITION, AN ASSOCIATE CURATOR OR A MORE EXPERIENCED CHIEF CURATOR. PLEASE SUBMIT AN APPLICATION TO THE POSITION FOR WHICH YOUR QUALIFICATIONS BEST APPLY. IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN THE ASSOCIATE CURATOR - APPLY TO REQ # 03019767 BY 09/4/17. DIRECT LINK TO POSITION: www.employment.ucdavis.edu/applicants/Central?quickFind=77454 Physical Demands: Work Environment: Work flexible schedule during evenings and weekends to meet deadlines. Occasional travel to visit museum sites and to meet with clients. 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: MA in art history, studio practice, or equivalent education and experience. Expertise in the field of contemporary art with an skills to work beyond area of specialization to support the museum's inclusive artistic program. Five years management experience in a museum or non-profit venue and curatorial experience at the same, or as an independent curator with implemented projects. Track record of significant, academically rigorous and compelling exhibitions and publications. Acquaintance with and enthusiasm for all areas of visual arts education. Experience providing effective vision and strategic direction to the Curatorial & Collections Department staff and supporters. Facility with public presentation and convening diverse public groups. Demonstrated experience managing substantial department, project, and program budgets. Experience using managerial and leadership skills to lead by example and encourage collaborative efforts. Writing skills to prepare a variety of correspondence, reports, policies/procedures, informational documents, position descriptions, training manuals, and performance evaluations. Strategic planning and analytical experience. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- Preferred Qualifications: PhD in art history, studio practice, or related field. Experience working in a higher education environment. Experience in launching new projects and/or working in start-up environments. Experience using interpersonal, communication, collaborative, negotiating and team-building skills to establish and maintain good working relationships with colleagues, faculty, vendors, volunteers and university officials, with an emphasis on tact, diplomacy, flexibility, professionalism and discretion.
UC Davis Davis, CA, USA Full time
Jun 28, 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
Jun 28, 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
Jun 28, 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
Jun 28, 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
Jun 28, 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