Manager Uga Card Duties
This is administrative supervisory work in directing the activities
and production of the campus ID Card. Work involves responsibility
for supervising subordinates engaged in support for all uses of the
ID Card on campus. Work also involves considerable contact with
faculty, staff and students, in order to insure quality and
efficiency for the user. Supervision is exercised over a small
staff. Independence is exercised in determining procedures and
scheduling operations. Work is performed under general supervision
of an administrative superior who makes periodic checks on work
performed for quality of work and adherence to established policies.
UGACard Services provides support for all uses of the ID Card on
campus. It provides access services and data administration for Food
Services, Ramsey Student Center for Physical Activities and
University Housing with more than 70 biometric HandKey readers. In
addition, data services are provided to more than a dozen
departments on campus for various purposes including building
access, swimming pool memberships, laptop computer checkout, and ID
check with anonymous data collection for events on and off campus.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Inspects work in progress and upon completion to insure that quality
and quantity standards are compiled with.
Oversees materials inventory, ordering, source file maintenance,
Sets priorities and deadlines.
Oversees billing process, maintains and evaluates summary figures
for budget analyst.
Responsible for the collection of time cards, leave requests,
distribution of checks, maintaining personnel records, and
interviewing prospective employees, etc.
Establishes maintenance schedules, oversees routine maintenance, and
arranges for service on equipment within the unit.
Confers with sales representatives regarding new equipment
Supervises subordinate employees in the performance of their
individual responsibilities within the unit.
Performs related work as required.
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE
Graduation from a standard high school or vocational school and some
experience in the management of a small operation; previous
supervisory experience, or any equivalent combination of training
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES
Ability to train and direct the work of a small staff.
Ability to maintain an accurate records system.
Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships
Ability to make accurate and rapid arithmetical calculations.
Ability to understand and carry out complex oral and written