Analysis and Assessments of Operations
Through observations, assessment, evaluation and research, analyze operations across the Division as requested by Administrative Services senior management. Analyses will include such areas as University Budgets, Facilities Management, Human Resources, University Business Services, Student Financial Services, University Police, Postal and Documents Services, Central Stores and Receiving, and Head Start. Make recommendations and assist with special projects.
Development of Programs and Policies Options
Through research and analyses, develop program and policy options. New programming and operational opportunities for recommending to the Administrative Services senior management. Research and compile information to recommend program improvements that promote University and Division goals. Apply a wide range of analytical techniques to assess the financial and budgetary needs of the University and the Administrative Services function, preparing and presenting reports and analyses. Conduct financial analysis to determine the budget impact of potential new programs or extended programs, policies, and procedures.
Work to develop a new financial measurement system is one of the primary objectives of the position.
Programs and Policies Design and Implementation
Resolve concerns from University colleges, departments, units and administrators about data and reports generated from the Peoplesoft-Shared Financial System (PS-SFS) and Wisconsin Data Mart for Peoplesoft Financial (WISDM). Assist with preparation of all required local, State and Federal fiscal reports, advise the Vice Chancellor of new reporting requirements and commitment impacts on Administrative Services operations.
UW System Administration and Campuses Interrelationships
Design new operational programs and policies, ensuring alignment with the UW System, University, and Division goals. Develop individual project implementation plans, and manage each project to completion. Coordinate project plans and implementation processes with other University divisions, colleges, departments and units to ensure process ownership. Develop annual work flow plans for each new program and policy, ensuring that the plans are aligned with the overall mission and goals of the University and the division.
Consult with the UW System Administration and other UW campuses on issues and projects of joint interest, including program analyses, policy, planning, implementation, and reporting. Recommend partnerships with other UW institutions that are mutually beneficial to the campuses.
Other duties assigned by the supervisor.