This title is in the unclassified service and is designated Managerial/Confidential. Appointees to Managerial/Confidential titles serve at the pleasure of the chief administrative officer and are not represented for collective negotiations.
Positions in this series are assigned to university-wide personnel administration, collective negotiation, employee relations and equal employment opportunity programs of a varied, complex and extensive nature, for both the professional and civil service.
ASSOCIATE VICE CHANCELLOR FOR EMPLOYEE RELATIONS AND PERSONNEL, is responsible for the preparation and implementation of overall policies, plans, new approaches and innovation in the various areas mentioned above, for the entire university system. Supervises the complex preparation of all academic personnel policies and their implementation and administration; directs the extensive and significant classification and compensation program and the establishment of policies and procedures in these areas; ensures proper application and supervision of Civil Service rules and procedures within the university system; supervises the complex equal employment opportunity program and the development and the administration of a varied fringe benefit program; works in close cooperation with the campuses in particular, system administration offices, the Division fo the Budget, the Department of Civil, the Office of the State Comptroller, the Governor's Office of Employee Relations and many vendors providing benefits to SUNY employees in the program areas previously mentioned; directs all university programs in the most complex and sensitive areas: of collective negotiations with organizations representing the varied groups of employees of the university system, of interpretation and administration of collective negotiation agreements for both professional and classified service employees, of employee relations and of grievances relating to such State-employee association agreements or otherwise; ensure the correlation of the entire program with the provisions of the Policies of the Board of Trustees, the Civil Service Law, the Education Law and other statutes; directs the preparation of many personnel studies and the completion of projects; frequently chairs and attends meetings and participates in conferences.
A doctorate and several years of high level and most significant faculty and academic and personnel administration experience.
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