The Office of Vice Provost for International Education (VPIE) at the University at Buffalo invites applications for a key position on its Resource Management team.
As Staff Assistant for Resource Management, your core responsibilities will include developing budgets, monitoring revenue and expenditure patterns, and reconciling accounts. You will also work with departmental and project managers on expenditure planning, and be responsible for effectively communicating relevant procedures and regulations. Your duties will also include supporting statistical analyses, and helping prepare charts, graphs, and reports.
This position will also include a broad range of other duties, including working collaboratively as a member of a small team that handles departmental purchasing activities, provides departmental human resources management, manages facilities and equipment, and schedules and implements meetings, activities, and special events.
Duties will also include supporting special projects in the resource management area, including assisting with comparative/best practice research as it applies to unit activities, and supporting the implementation of new business practices, tools and systems.
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University at Buffalo is an affirmative action equal opportunity employer and, in keeping with our commitment, welcomes all to apply including veterans and individuals with disabilities.
Bachelor’s Degree. One year of directly related experience, such as experience with budget planning, accounting, or with managing international education programs.
Excellent analytical, mathematical, and verbal and written communication skills. An awareness of international perspectives and world geography. Ability to communicate effectively and diplomatically with a wide variety of individuals including non-native speakers of English. Ability to use or learn a wide range of computer application and systems, and a proficiency in Microsoft Office applications.
A degree in a field related to business or international education. Demonstrated experience analyzing data and using statistics.