Under the supervision of the Chief of Staff, serves as the Director of Administration. Directs the Division of Internal Operations, which includes agency fiance and human resources management.
Responsible for all agency financial activities which include payroll, deposits, accounts payable, accounts receivable, revenue, procurement, and maintaining accurate and concise records with the Comptroller General's Office and the SC Enterprise Information System (SEIS). Responsible for completion of statewide reporting requirements. Under direction of agency officials, prepares and monitors the agency budget and advises agency officials regarding budgetary activities regularly.
Oversees and coordinates the agency human resources activities to include monitoring the Employee Management Performance System (EPMS), employee orientation, retirement and benefits election processing and time/leave administration for the agency. Responsible for completion of statewide reporting requirements. Ensures the timeliness and accuracy of all transactions. Carries out special projects and performs assignments as directed by agency officials.
Minimum and Additional Requirements:
A bachelor's degree and relevant experience in administrative services, public administration or business management.
Knowledge of governmental fiscal policies, practices and procedures. A working knowledge of the SC Enterprise Information System (SCEIS).
Knowledge of state government human resources policies and procedures. Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships both inter-agency and with state government agencies. Must provide timely and accurate information as requested.
Experience in state government to include fiscal management, budgeting and human resources.
All applicants must complete the on-line State application to include all current and previous work history and education. A resume will not be accepted in lieu of a completed application nor will it be used to determine if an applicant has met the qualifications for the position.
Supplemental questions are considered part of the official application. Any misrepresentation of yourself will disqualify you from the position.
State of South Carolina - 17 months ago