Provide direct support for the Leadership team of the Central Staffing Resource Department which is a 24/7 operation. Utilize extensive computer skills and programs in all aspects of the job responsibilities. Proficiency in departmental staffing processes. Participate in project work, workgroups and maintenance of personnel/staffing reports, Generate a variety of computer reports and spread sheets. Utilize multi-line phone system in many aspects of the work flow. Advise management of trends, concerns and suggested measures to maintain standards and continued improvements. Participate in Quality Improvement activities and ongoing departmental auditing and self-monitoring activities. Exhibit exemplary customer relation skills in interacting with various managers and department staff. Complete project work as assigned by manager. Note: This is not a rotating position. Shift will be determined on departmental needs.
High School diploma or equivalent and more than 3 years of experience
Three to five years performing responsible office duties or an equivalent combination of education and experience
Experience with OneStaff computer scheduling system
Ability to manage timekeeping data from multiple sources
Good knowledge base of Nursing Contracts
Knowledge of University and CSR Department procedures
Proficient with Microsoft Office Suite and spreadsheets.
Ability to work independently and cooperatively
Demonstrate ability to prioritize and complete tasks in a timely manner.
Able to utilize tracking and follow up skills to monitor and coordinate a large volume of work.
Demonstrate attention to details. Able to work under pressure when a high degree of accuracy is required.
Ability to process PAR's in Wolverine Access
Demonstrate excellent verbal/written communication skills
High level or organization and time management skills
Two years or more of college education
Critical thinking skills and decision making experience
Experience working in the clerical and nursing scheduling books in the CSR Central Staffing Office
Must be able to work every other weekend, be available for on-call shifts and work holidays
Work every other weekend and some holidays.
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The University of Michigan is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.
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