Description : Job Summary
The Director for Resources and Operations (DRO) works under the general direction of the Dean in the College of Science functioning with autonomy and oversight of the college and department budgets, personnel, and operations.
The primary responsibilities include budget and fiscal management, personnel, operations, and oversight of facilities projects.
This position collaborates and provides guidance and advice to the dean, associate deans, chairs, and staff on the efficient use of resources to optimize operation, implements college and campus policies, and serves as approving official with delegated authority.
The incumbent oversees the administrative activities for the college and supervises key office personnel who work on a wide variety of events, programs, activities, and special projects as assigned.
The incumbent also works broadly with the leadership in the division, managers, analysts, and staff throughout the university and adopts continuous process improvement (CPI) to achieve business optimization and enhance the effectiveness of services offered in the college.
works to establish staff support structures that cross departments
Knowledge, Skills & Abilities
Classification : Administrator II
Hiring Range : Commensurate with experience
San José State University offers employees a comprehensive benefits package typically worth 30-35% of your base salary. For more information on programs available, please see the .
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