QuickStart University Business Practices Program

Program Description

QuickStart is a University Business Practices Certificate Program that covers the basic business practices and processes of NC State University. This program is most helpful for employees interested in an overview of the administrative, business, financial and other operations at NC State University.

QuickStart has been grouped into four modules. Participants will register for QuickStart and have the option to select a date for each module. Once you successfully complete all four modules, you will receive a certificate of completion. Each module must be attended and missed modules may be rescheduled through REPORTER.

There is no cost for this program.

QuickStart is designed to:

  • Provide an overview of NC State University business practices
  • Introduce new and current employees to the policies and procedures of NC State University
  • Provide an overview of the basic software and computer systems used when conducting basic administrative functions
  • Provide an overview of professional development resources
  • Provide participants access to University Subject Matter Experts (SMEs) and resources
  • Build a network of peers for follow-up contacts

As a result of attending this series, participants will be able to:

  • Identify the key business processes required to work at NC State
  • Know where to go for additional training in areas of interest
  • Know who to contact if additional information is needed

Topics

Module 1:

Learning and Organizational Development
Technology Training Solutions/Office of Professional Development
Benefits
Payroll
Human Resources Information Management & Analytics (HRIMA)
Office of Institutional Equity and Diversity (OIED)
Advancement Services
Module 3:

University Cashiers
Procurement & Business Services
Research Administration
Foundations Accounting & Investments
Budget and Cost Analysis
University Controller’s
Module 2:

Employee Relations
Internal Audit
Office of General Counsel
Office of Information Technology (OIT)
Facilities
Real Estate
Office of Partnerships
University Communications
Module 4:

Classification and Compensation/EHRA and SHRA
Talent Acquisitions and Recruitment
Background Check Program
International Employment
International Compensation and Taxations
Environmental Health & Safety
Transportation
Campus Enterprises

Questions

Carina Lockley, Program Manager
919-515-4280 or cmlockle@ncsu.edu