The following union position is available to internal bargaining unit members only. Bargaining unit members interested in this position are requested to apply in writing by completing an 'Application for Transfer' form and forwarding it to: Department of Human Resources on or before 4:00 pm on the posting closing date. Please note: Union positions are covered by the union collective agreement, therefore, please be aware that we must allow our qualified unionized staff the first opportunity for transfer or promotion to these positions. This opportunity is not available to external applicants.
CUPE 1393 UNDERGRADUATE EDUCATION ADMINISTRATOR ‘IV’ in the Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry – Windsor Program
POSTING REFERENCE: 2011-13-31
The following posting closes December 22, 2011 at 4:00 pm
Schulich’s Windsor Program office provides support across all areas of Undergraduate Education for Schulich’s Windsor-based students towards achievement of their four-year undergraduate MD degree. The position will support Windsor-based Course Coordinators responsible for the planning and delivery (reviews course materials to ensure they meet the objectives set out by London) of Year 2 and small groups/PCCIA of the Undergraduate Medicine curriculum. The candidate will support the Associate Dean and work in a team environment in close communication with Windsor faculty/physicians, medical students, hospital personnel, London-based Schulich Education staff, London course coordinators, and other Windsor-based Schulich Education staff. This position has multi-faceted responsibilities, including ensuring Schulich policies and procedures pertinent to the Schulich Windsor Program office are clearly communicated, understood and enforced. This position will have strong ties to London-based Education staff similarly supporting the mission of the Undergraduate Medicine Program. The candidate will possess a Community College Diploma or Undergraduate Degree and three (3) to five (5) years related experience in an academic or a hospital environment. This position requires a strong knowledge of Windsor Hospitals and facilities, demonstrated knowledge of Medical Education, and experience working with medical students would be an asset. The candidate will have the ability to work independently and prioritize multiple projects, tasks and deadlines in a fast-paced administrative environment. Initiative to continuously strive for best-in-class administrative practices is critical as is the ability to be well organized, accurate and conscientious and meet deadlines producing superior work. The candidate will maintain strict confidentiality regarding student, staff and faculty personal information and academic results; and be capable of handling stressful situations with a wide variety of clients and personalities at varying levels of authority professionally. Excellent problem solving skills; excellent interpersonal and communication skills (verbal and written); and the ability to be pro-active, as well as, requiring minimal supervision are all essential to the success of this position. The candidate will possess thorough knowledge of office computer programs (MS office suite), diverse database applications and electronic scheduling, e-mail, world wide web, etc. The candidate will be familiar with the LCME standards for accreditation of medical education programs. In addition, the candidate will be able to travel between Windsor Hospital sites and the University of Windsor. This position will require the candidate to occasionally work beyond the traditional work day and infrequently provide event coverage on weekends.
CAW 2458 FT SENIOR ACCOUNTS PAYABLE CLERK ‘9’ in the Department of Financial Services – Accounts Payable
POSTING REFERENCE: 2011-FT-23
The following posting closes December 20, 2011 at 4:00 pm
Reporting to the Procurement Manager, the Senior Accounts Payable Clerk is accountable for the day to day operations of the Accounts Payable Department, ensuring the efficient and timely payment of all incoming invoices and cheque requisitions for the University. The successful candidate must have a minimum of 5 years of experience in an accounting environment, preferably in an Accounts Payable role. Demonstrable accounting knowledge, including working on a computerized accounting system and working within a policy and accounting structure, especially as they relate to processing and reconciling expenses, is essential. Analytical and problem solving skills are also required, in particular, for problems that occur when documents are incomplete or input incorrectly or when issues with payments arise. The successful candidate will also have an thorough understanding of income tax regulations, especially as they relate to payments to individuals (Canadian and foreign), as well as sales tax regulations as they relate to vendor (Canadian and foreign) payments. A demonstrated ability in working with sensitive and highly confidential matters, as well as, the ability to demonstrate a high degree of competency and integrity is essential. Excellent interpersonal skills, including the ability to communicate in and effective and tactful manner with all stakeholders is important. The successful candidate will also have excellent organizational and multi-tasking skills. Testing: MS Word (Basic Level), Excel (Advanced), Accounts payable test.
CAW 2458 PT SYSTEMS ASSISTANT ‘4’ in the Department of Financial Services
POSTING REFERENCE: 2011-PT-08
The following posting closes December 19, 2011 at 4:00 pm
Hours of Work: 8:30am to 4:00pm, Mondays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays
The Systems Assistant reports to Financial Systems Supervisor who reports to the Director of University Budgets. The Systems Assistant monitors access to the Financial Information System (FIS) and assists with the control of access by ensuring the proper level of access for employees, resetting of passwords, analyzing integrity reports, and analyzing Human Resource information on hires, terminations and employment changes. Excellent Word and Excel experience, excellent organizational skills, strong analytical capabilities, excellent typing and data entry skills, typing 40 NWPM, understanding of Basic Accounting Principles, ability to maintain confidentiality, excellent interpersonal and related skills, able to handle stress and deal with heavy workloads and working knowledge of a computerized accounting system. Testing: MS Word and MS Excel.