Payroll Title: UCP X
Class Code: 1026-9090
Job Family: DPS
FLSA Code: E
Under the direction of designated administrator, applies independent judgment as well as knowledge and expertise in planning, organizing and assisting in managing the effective operation of a major computer technical service unit. Plans and oversees the development and support of a specific application or functional area.
CHARACTERISTIC DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
- Provides administrative and technical leadership in designing, developing scheduling and implementing administrative data systems, requiring a thorough understanding of the principles of applications programming.
- Determines requirements of users and potential users of administrative data; assists in the determination of priorities and timetables and serves as a resource to users and staff in resolving programming problems and needs.
- Directs the activities of programming and support staff; identifies staffing needs and is responsible for hiring, supervision, training, evaluation, work schedules and work assignments; and manages all routine personnel functions.
- Communicates pertinent information to supervisor, which will aid in effective short and long-range planning.
- Defines and maintains standards for the design, programming and documentation of administrative data programming services or correct deficiencies.
- Reviews and recommends changes in internal operating procedures and systems designed to improve administrative data programming services or correct deficiencies.
- Develops schedules for systems projects and evaluates their progress.
- Coordinates the scheduling and execution of established jobs with users and computer units to assure efficient and timely completion of work
- Analyzes requirements of administrative data systems and modifies operating programs for new systems or changes in existing systems.
- Performs systems analysis, systems design and program design functions, including forms design, procedure planning and systems specifications.
- Provides general and specific documentation to offices that originate, maintain and require administrative data.
- Interprets the availability of accurate and timely administrative data for internal and external requirement.
- Analyzes and assists with the implementation of data warehouse structures and systems
- Assists with the development of plans and processes, which ensure the minimum risk to services or systems due to errors.
- Evaluates and develops complex client server approaches in support of the University processes.
- Performs related duties as required.
MINIMUM ACCEPTABLE QUALIFICATIONS
- Bachelor’s degree in computer-related field or equivalent combination of training and experience
- Five to ten years of responsible experience in data processing development, programming experience and systems analysis.
- One to three years of demonstrated managerial and supervisory ability.
- Evidence of ability to manage a system of administrative data programming services.
- Working knowledge of desktop applications such as word processors, spreadsheets and database tools as well as web pages, Internet navigation and HTML.
- Job history indicating growth and development in the field.
- Excellent oral & written communication skills
Date Created: 11/1/98