The UCI enterprise is comprised of three unique business units: medical center, health sciences, and main campus. The Partnership serves as a strategic center responsible for planning and implementing strategic initiatives across the entire UCI HR enterprise. Members of the Partnership work in close collaboration with the HR units that support the three business units to leverage expertise across the enterprise.
Work closely with the Assistant Dean on strategy to achieve School's financial goals and objectives. Oversee monthly reporting and operational activities of account managers, including development and maintenance of the school's financial reporting system, general ledger reconciliation, and processing of expenses, as well as other financial processes and issues that arise.
The incumbent will direct the university's annual giving activities and programs to ensure appropriate cultivation, solicitation and stewardship strategies are implemented and that fundraising goals are met.
The HRBP is accountable for all associated HR laws, policy, and regulatory compliance within scope of the position. The HRBP may also supervise administrative support for the department leadership and manage the coordination of a variety of campus initiatives.
The Director will actively partner with Principal Investigators (PIs) to build and maintain industry relationships and will review all study opportunities to effectively manage bandwidth and workload of qualified protocol opportunities. The Director will also help support the development of junior faculty members.
Coordinates travel programs. Establishes and maintains effective partnerships with on-campus stakeholders and the surrounding community. Strives to achieve the UCI Alumni Association's strategic and financial goals.
Under the general direction of the Associate Vice Chancellor of Student Affairs Auxiliary Services, the Campus Dining Director is responsible for ensuring the delivery of a quality food service program for UCI including residential dining, retail dining, catering, convenience stores and markets, concessions, and vending operations.
Responsible for all aspects of quality control and risk management programs including, but not limited to, credentialing and privileging, incident reporting, peer review processes, program evaluation, data collection/analysis, and technology based initiatives. Provides direct clinical service, outreach, teaching, consultation, supervision, and crisis response.
Designing, coding, testing, implementing, securing, and maintaining Transportation and Distribution Services custom in house applications, websites, and databases, and assisting with long term planning.
As a member of the Office of Information Technology (OIT) Academic Web Technologies (AWT) group and under the supervision of Associate Director, Student and Academic Services, the Web Application Developer will perform full-stack development.
Incumbent must be able to communicate clearly with users, analyze and document user requirements, collect security requirements, document workflow, data flow diagrams and business rules. Must code, test debug and maintain multi-user administrative and other database applications in PHP. Be able to design relational database schema and write queries in SQL. Assist end users to use applications developed.
Outstanding interpersonal and public relations skills with the ability to communicate effectively with a diverse community and wide range of constituencies, including the corporate community and institutional marketing personnel.
Demonstrated experience in division/unit fundraising environment with relevant fundraising experience, emphasizing the identification, cultivation, and bringing to successful conclusion major gifts from foundations, corporations or individual.