Feces impacts rotating air accelerator

10/28/2011: Check the dates in bold. Frances Dyke needs to fill this job by Tuesday. The person holding it was appointed in May. WTF? Please email [email protected] or post anon comment if you know what’s happening. As usual comments that start with Do Not Post will not be posted.

Notice of Intent to Reorganize and Reassign
Public Safety

Posting: 11423P
Location: Eugene
Closes: 2011-11-11
Note: UO Employees only

Frances Dyke, Vice President for Finance & Administration, in consultation with the Provost’s Office, wishes to announce a reorganization within the Provost’s Office. The reorganization is necessary due to the unexpected loss of key administrative and financial personnel within the Department of Public Safety (DPS) at a time that is critical to supporting the department’s core functions, including oversight of multiple searches currently underway, and its ongoing transition to a fully sworn police department. The reorganization involves the reassignment of a current employee from the Provost’s Office to DPS in order to fill the critical void with a proven and well-qualified employee with strong business and finance acumen. Specifically, the reorganization involves the reassignment of David Landrum, Director of Financial Services in the Office of the Sr. Vice President and Provost, to the position of Director – Administrative Services in the DPS. The reassignment is anticipated to be effective on or about November 1, 2011, pending consideration of any comments received in response to this posting. Any current UO employee who wishes to comment on the proposed reorganization or reassignment is encouraged to submit comments to Vice President Dyke at [email protected]. Comments and letters of interest must be received by 5:00 p.m. on November 11, 2011. Any current UO employee who wishes to review a copy of the Director – Administrative Services position description may request a copy from Finance & Administration Office Manager Katy Hatfield at [email protected].

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3 Responses to Feces impacts rotating air accelerator

  1. Anonymous says:

    The person who had the job is moving to AEI, after less than 6 months.

  2. Anonymous says:

    Guy must have had ethics, couldn’t be around Tripp and Dyke’s shady financial practices. Need to find this guy and get him in the record.

  3. Anonymous says:

    When you give someone a job description and then stack a ton of other duties on them it may tend to make people look for work elsewhere.