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Posted:
3/16/2019
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Education
Student Affairs Officer II
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University of California | Los Angeles, CA
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Requisition Number:29855 Job Title:STUDENT AFFAIRS OFFICER II Working Title:Student Affairs Officer II Salary:$23.04 - $45.54 hourly Job Type:Career Department Name:0300-ANDERSON GRAD SCH OF MANAGEMENT Department Website URL: Job Summary Statement:The assistant to the Program Director has full functional responsibility for the Undergraduate Accounting Program which has an annual enrollment of 5500+ including over 200 accounting minor students admitted to the minor on an annual basis. This is the 2nd largest minor at UCLA. In addition, the assistant to the Program Director advises over 500 students interested in applying to the Accounting Program. The Accounting Minor is a selective program which requires applying students to have minimum 3.2 GPA.

Provide daily administrative coverage to Undergraduate Accounting program office. Support 7-14 Faculty teaching 50 sections of undergraduate accounting courses. Includes photocopying, completing reimbursements and orders, updating class websites, working with teaching assistants and graders, in addition to general clerical work. Fully responsible for performing all programmatic aspects of the Undergraduate Accounting Program including admissions, counseling, scheduling, special events, advising of student groups, scholarship awards, finance and budgets. Percentage of Time:100 Shift Start:8:00 am Shift End:5:00 pmQualifications for Position

24Records QualificationsRequired/Preferred

1. Ability to strategize and implement short and long term goals and priorities for the Undergraduate Accounting Program.

Required

2. Skill in analyzing information, problems, situations, or procedures to define problems or objectives in order to take proper action.

Required

3. Ability to anticipate and analyze potential problems in personnel, financial and contingency plans and /or corrective actions as appropriate. General knowledge of performance audit and ability to apply the knowledge on programs and staff performance.

Required

4. Skills in organizing work, defining tasks prioritizing assignments, working independently, and following through on all projects with minimal supervision/directions.

Required

5. In-depth working knowledge of the goals of accounting program university guidelines, policies and practices.

Required

6. Ability to make independent judgments based on professional and academic expertise beyond the implementation of administratively proscribed rules, policies and guidelines.

Required

7. Demonstrated skill in program development, and implementation.

Required

8. Demonstrated skill in employing fundamental counseling techniques with sensitivity to assist students in the resolution of problems.

Required

9. Strong written, verbal, and presentation skills and professional demeanor and attitude in order to communicate with executives, recruiters, support staff, and diverse student body as a representative of the Undergraduate Accounting Program.

Required

10. Trained and credentialed in important career development assessments, credentialed in MBTI and Strong Interest Inventory and/or CareerLeader in order to host individual and group career counseling workshops for business students.

Required

11. In depth knowledge of university automated records, scheduling, and registration systems, personnel and budget system.

Required

12. Ability to communicate and promote career services and programs of the Undergraduate Accounting Program to potential students, recruiting companies, faculty, and staff.

Required

13. Ability to operate personal computer and requisite software, including Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Dreamweaver (or other website development and maintenance software), e-mail, scheduling and web browser software. Skills in supervising computer resource specialist in implementing, maintaining, developing and designing website for the Program.

Required

14. Ability to strategize and design online application system for competitive admissions and interactive data base system for the web.

Required

15. Ability to manage and raise funds from corporate and individual donors in a fiscally sound manner.

Required

16. Expertise and experience in counseling students to understand and address the unique needs and issues of business students regarding their career search process in individual and group settings.

Required

17. Working knowledge of how to use electronic marketing tools (internet and On-line services) strategically.

Required

18. Working knowledge of occupational, career and employment information resources and materials for accounting students and alumni.

Required

19. Strong quantitative and analytical skills to manipulate and analyze large amounts of data associated with the undergraduate Accounting Program, including employer information, student profile and employment statistics. Ability to present recommendations to internal and external constituencies.

Required

20. Demonstrated expertise of employment trends and opportunities of accounting degree candidates and alumni. Demonstrated ability to identify individual employer needs and respond to uniqueness and difference based on varying beliefs and values.

Required

21. Working knowledge of student programs and activities in a large, diverse, university setting. Demonstrated interest, ability, and experience in working with student groups and ability to serve as a catalyst for collaborative efforts.

Required

22. Advanced degree in Management, MBA preferred. Work experience in Student Affairs or related field preferred.

Preferred

23. Certification as a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) and/or accounting industry experience.

Preferred

24. Five to seven years of experience working in corporate, higher education, program management or counseling related field.

PreferredAdditional Posting InformationBargaining Unit:99-Policy Covered Application Deadline:03-31-2019 External Posting Date: Quicklink To Posting:hr.mycareer.ucla.edu/applicants/Central?quickFind=75683 Special Instructions: Contact information: Number of Positions:Special EmploymentDesignations/Requirements Per UC PolicyConflict of Interest:N/A Critical:Continued employment contingent upon completion of satisfactory background investigation. Driving Record:N/A E-Verify Check:

Certain positions funded by federal contracts/subcontracts requires UCLA to notify job applicants that an E-Verify check will be conducted and the successful candidate must pass the E-Verify check.

More Information CANRA:

Is this position designated as a mandatory reporter under CANRA?No Other Special Employment Requirements: Position is subject to performance standards and other requirements of the University wide Police Policies and Administrative Procedures.

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