Office of Administrative Affairs
Who We Are
The Office of Administrative Affairs is comprised of a team that encompasses Human Resources, Faculty Affairs, Budget and Financial Services, Research Financial Management, Information Systems, and Facilities and Space Management. We are committed to providing a robust, sustainable, and productive environment that promotes student and employee success. The Chief Operating Officer/Director of Administrative Affairs oversees this team, who collectively and directly support the mission of the college, which is to create the nursing leaders of tomorrow and the research that improves health.
What We Do
Administrative Affairs is responsible for maximizing the success and effectiveness of the college’s infrastructure and for ensuring the fiscal integrity of all operations within the college.
Mission: The Office of Administrative Affairs will shape an environment that creates high quality financial and performance information that assists in implementing effective policy, management, stewardship, and program decisions. This mission is in direct support of the overall mission of the College of Nursing.
Vision: The Office of Administrative Affairs strives to provide fiscally sound and cost effective programs, supported by reliable financial management, information, and infrastructure.
- Human Resources
Your information source for recruitment and selection, new employee onboarding, payroll and benefits, attendance and leave, performance and development, employee assistance, and more.
- Main Campus HR Services Employment Center, Benefits, Classification and Compensation, Organizational Development, Employee Assistance Program, Employee Relations, Perks and Discounts,etc.
- Main Campus HR Procedures (A-Z index) Attendance and Leave, Employee Tuition, Benefits, Federal Guidelines, Worker’s Compensation, etc.
- Main Campus HR Forms Library (A-Z index)
- Faculty Affairs
In Your information source for faculty policies and procedures, faculty handbook, faculty bylaws, professional integrity, compliance (i.e. Road, HIPAA), and more.
- Budget and Financial Services
Your information source for purchasing (business cards, office supplies), travel (authorization, policy and procedures), P-Card, etc.
For guidance on completing all forms listed here, please contact Jean Vaccaro.Shortcuts:
- Research Financial Management
Your information source for research financial management, grant administration policies and procedures, grant-related travel submissions, effort certification, and integrity and compliance.
- Information Systems (IS)
Your information source for desktop/laptop computer support services, systems access, password assistance, etc. For fastest service, call 4-6288 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
- Facilities, Space Management, and Safety
Your information source for facilities maintenance, room reservation requests, event preparation, safety and security, emergency preparedness, etc.
About CON Facilities:
The College of Nursing activities are located in two USF Health buildings – the main building on the USF Tampa Campus has over 75,000 square feet of assignable space that supports the College academic, research and administrative missions and the CAMLS facility houses the Registered Nurse Anesthesia simulation activities in downtown Tampa.
In the main building there are 5 full outfitted technology classrooms ranging from 20 to 100 seats; 2 computer laboratories; several seminar rooms; an 8 room virtual simulation center; a 7 room bio-behavioral laboratory. All classrooms are equipped with ceiling mounted HD projector systems networked to the USF Health IT system. CAMLS offers classroom and advanced simulation opportunities to nurse anesthesia students and supports college-wide events and workshops.
Being a part of USF Health, all faculty, staff and students have access to wireless networking at both facilities; network and power connections are available at every seat. The college maintains open use computer lab hours and has designated study and lounge spaces for undergraduate and graduate students, as well as a newly renovated employee lounge.
The college’s Research Center is an 8 office suite of faculty researchers and administrators. The Bio-behavioral Research Lab is home to numerous innovative federally- funded research projects that include immunology, cancer, HIV, psychoneuroimmunology, and other health related issues and includes state of the art equipment in 2,500 square feet. Building Hours:
The standard hours of operation are Monday – Friday 7:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. During the academic session, the external doors of the building remain unlocked to 8:00 p.m. Monday – Thursday and 5:00 p.m. on Friday.
Access to the building other than the posted times can be granted to certified USF employees through a valid USF ID Card. Contact Jason Hepburn at 813-974-4976. Resources: