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Professional / Unclassified
LSUAM Science - BioS - Introduction to Biology (Christopher Stephen Gregg (00002971))
0102 Life Sciences Building
The Introductory Biology Program in Biological Sciences serves approximately 6,000 students during academic year, including majors & students from the entire campus. The Coordinator 4 serves as admn. assistant to the Associate Chair for Introductory Biology. The position performs a wide variety of administrative, managerial & supervisory functions, duties that are critical for assisting the Associate Chair & facilitating the administration of the Department’s large first-year program, which serves over 6,000 students, including majors & students from the entire campus fulfilling General Education & core requirements.
40% Academic Support: Serves as an advisor to the Associate Chair, meeting with students to answer their questions and determines appropriate actions. Recommends solutions to students with scheduling problems. Department representative for questions concerning the undergraduate curricula from current and prospective students, on campus departments, administrative offices and the general public. Maintains a strong working knowledge of university, college and departmental
academic requirements, including staying current with changes in courses and curricula.
Signature authorization for Associate Chair on all administrative correspondence, teaching supply orders, and exam grading requests. Independently coordinates course offerings through LSU with affiliate member representatives. Consults with faculty to determine textbook needs. Submits departmental orders to local textbook vendors and examines means for publishing information.
Inputs course offerings for Intro Biol program and publishes them to the web. Independently reviews and corrects class schedule proofs, verifies, and corrects percentages of prime time/non-prime time course offerings. Coordinates classroom assignments for laboratory courses held in the Life Sciences Building, Life Science Annex, and Jesse Coates Hall and publishes schedule to the web. Coordinates with the Office of the University Registrar for classroom assignments for all Intro Biol courses.
Independent authority to check student academic prerequisites for approval to enroll in biological sciences courses. Updates student schedules requests via the SRR database and uses the database and other data to provide student academic information to Associate Chair as needed.
30% Budget management and purchasing:
Keep track of purchasing and supplies needed for labs and lectures; Order supplies and equipment for office and labs; Responsible for reviewing LACarte purchases by Intro Biology instructors; Update account number/object code in Workday if needed; Collect receipts and other supporting documents from cardholders for processing; Maintain records of financial transactions, reconcile ledgers, and verify payroll activity for student workers in Workday system.
Budget management and purchasing:
Keep track of purchasing and supplies needed for labs and lectures; Order supplies and equipment for office and labs; Responsible for reviewing LACarte purchases by Intro Biology instructors; Update account number/object code in Workday if needed; Collect receipts and other supporting documents from cardholders for processing; Maintain records of financial transactions, reconcile ledgers, and verify payroll activity for student workers in Workday system. Processes internal transactions, trip/travel insurance and vehicle reservations. Budget management includes maintaining records for the Freshman Biology and Biological Sciences Academic Support Fund accounts.
Coordinates,hires,trains,disciplines and determines work assignments of the student workers in the Intro Biol Office. Plans and directs daily work activities of undergraduate student workers. Ensures confidentiality of employment files including student data forms, employment eligibility forms and drug compliance forms. Advises students on proper procedures and university regulations.
10% Other duties:
Additional duties as deemed necessary by the Associate Chair of Introductory Biology, Associate Chair of Undergraduate Studies, Department Chair, or the Assistant to the Chair to fit the changing needs of a growing department.
Minimum Qualifications: Bachelor's degree and 3 years of related experience. Specific experience: Experience in a University setting with course and curriculum
Experience substitution: Master's Degree and 1 year of related experience.
Additional Job Description:
Please submit a current resume with name and contact information of 3 professional references. An official transcript will need to be provided upon hire.
August 25, 2020
Closing Date (Open Until Filled if No Date Specified):
September 9, 2020
Additional Position Information:
Background Check - An offer of employment is contingent on a satisfactory pre-employment background check.
Benefits - LSU offers outstanding benefits to eligible employees and their dependents including health, life, dental, and vision insurance; flexible spending accounts; retirement options; various leave options; paid holidays; wellness benefits; tuition exemption for qualified positions; training and development opportunities; employee discounts; and more!
Essential Position (Y/N):
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Questions or concerns can be directed to the LSU Human Resources Management Office at 225-578-8200 or emailed HR@lsu.edu
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