This position performs a variety of paraprofessional functions for the Division of Diversity, Equity, and Educational Achievement (DDEEA), and serves as the Office Manager/Administrative Lead for the Precollege Enrichment Opportunity Program for Learning Excellence (PEOPLE) Offices. This position will ensure that all areas comply with the requirement of the University of Wisconsin-Madison and Federal/State Government policies and procedures, as well as a variety of applicable state and federal rules and regulations.
This position is critical to DDEEA Divisional and PEOPLE Staff. This position reports directly to the DDEEA Human Resources Director. This position provides confidential, administrative and paraprofessional support and work of considerable complexity. This position exercises a significant degree of independence and latitude along program lines which are governed by complex federal, state, and UW policies, rules, and regulations. This position is responsible for assisting the PEOPLE staff within DDEEA with human resources, fiscal and general business services as well as assist with administrative/office management. This position acts as liaison between the DDEEA staff, PEOPLE, and many others University departments and schools and colleges to serve human resources, financial, business services, and administrative needs. This position is performed under general supervision and direction; presents, recommends, and works with the Human Resources Director and Business Services Team (BST) to implement procedures and policies related to human resources, financial, business services, and related program areas.
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