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Brian Thomas Dyar

Brian Thomas Dyar, MPA

BTD318@YAHOO.COMTempe, Arizona 85282

Objective:

To obtain a position in which I can utilize my educational and professional experiences.Educational Background:

Masters of Public Administration, Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona, May 1999

Bachelor of Arts, English, Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona, December 1994Computer Skills and Abilities:

MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Front Page, Outlook, PeopleSoft, MyReports, Dashboard, Blackboard, Advantage, Queensland, Data Warehouse

PC Or MAC Budgetary reconciliation and shadowing

Managerial experience

Experience in higher education, student, faculty, and administrative support

Experience with wet and dry lab development

Experience in personnel management Experience in customer service management

Professional Experience:

Fiscal Specialist School of Sustainable Engineering & Built Environment, ASU, Tempe, Arizona May 2006 to April 2015 Supervised 14 staff members, 15 student workers, and 20 graduate students

Responsible for all Visa paperwork for any foreign student or visiting scholar. This included J1, H1B, and Permanent Residence Card Responsible for the transition activities for all new incoming faculty and visiting scholars. This included getting them moved (home), finding temporary housing when needed, moving their labs from current institution to ASU, transferring visa(s) when appropriate, setting up labs, setting up office(s), hiring personnel, and getting accounts activated. Building Manager for the College Avenue Commons located at 660 South College Avenue (30,000 Square Feet). This included keys, digital card access, all service requests for work to be done, all special events to be held in the building, security concerns, and any other issue that arose from this new facility that opened in July of 2014. Responsible for shadowing and reconciling 125 financial accounts including sponsored (grant), local, ASU Foundation, and state

Using MyReports, Data Warehouse, and Excel, prepared financial reports for upper administration

Negotiated start up packages for in-coming faculty members

Responsible for purchasing over 2 million dollars in equipment and supplies from 80 different accounts on an annual basis Responsible for all human resources activity in a department that includes over 65 people. This included payroll activity, hiring, promotion, and terminations

Collaborated with the Universitys sponsored projects office to ensure protocols and financial liability of projects are inline with original grant proposals

Successfully developed and captured statistical analysis for financial growth and lab/personnel needs

Responsible for maintaining property control of equipment and supplies

Assisted forty three faculty members in day to day operations and grant issues

Brian Thomas Dyar, MPA BTD318@YAHOO.COMTempe, Arizona 85282

________________________________________________________________________________Professional Experience Continued:

Business Operations Manager, Harrington Department of Bioengineering, ASU, Tempe Arizona

May 2000 to May 2006

Supervise 11 staff members, 27 student workers, and 60 graduate students Responsible for shadowing and reconciling 77 financial accounts including sponsored (grant), local, ASU Foundation, and state

Using Brio Query, Data Warehouse, and Excel, prepare financial reports for upper administration

Negotiate start up packages for in-coming faculty members

Responsible for purchasing over 5 million dollars in equipment and supplies from 63 different accounts on an annual basis Responsible for all human resources activity in a department that includes over 110 people. This includes payroll activity, hiring, promotion, and terminations

Responsible for the development of wet lab and dry lab space for the department

Responsible for maintaining and negotiating new wet lab and dry lab space for the department

Collaborate with the Universitys sponsored projects office to ensure protocols and financial liability of projects are inline with original grant proposals Successfully develop and capture statistical analysis for financial growth and lab/personnel needs Responsible for maintaining property control of equipment and supplies

Responsible for maintaining web page development and accuracy

Assist twenty faculty members in day to day operations and grant issues

Co-Director of the Industrial Internship Program/Class (BME 484)Administrative Associate, W.P. Carey College of Business, ASU, Tempe Arizona

July 1997 to May 2000

Supervised four support staff members and eleven student workers

Shadowed and reconciled three financial accounts

Advised students on academic affairs and curriculum

Coordinated Direct Admit Program for incoming freshman

Coordinated new student orientations for college

Developed, captured, and analyzed statistical data college ranking and accreditation Office Specialist, Office of the Registrar, ASU, Tempe Arizona

March 1995 to July 1997

Registered undergraduate and graduate students for classes Supervised nine offices assistants

Successfully developed, captured, and analyzed enrollment statistics Student contact/customer serviceStaffing Assistant, Human Resources Department, Salt River Project, Phoenix Arizona

August 1994 to March 1995

Clerical based, multi-tasking projects

Responsible for all incoming resumes and applications Coordinated interviews for prospective employees

Developed a new resume tracking database

Customer service based positionBrian Thomas Dyar, MPA

BTD318@YAHOO.COMTempe, Arizona 85282 _______________________________________________________________________ References:

Dr. Eric Guilbeau (Supervisor)Watson Eminent Scholar and Chair of the Department of Biomedical Engineering

Louisiana Tech University - Biomedical Engineering

818 Nelson Avenue

P.O. Box 71272-0046

Ruston, Louisiana 71272-0046

ericg@latech.edu(318) 257-5208 Office

(480) 229-5818 Cell

Dr. Kay Faris (Supervisor)Senior Associate Dean of Undergraduate Programs

Arizona State University-W.P. Carey School of BusinessP.O. Box 873406

Tempe, Arizona 85287-3406

Kay.Faris@asu.edu(480) 965-7587

Linda Jark (Supervisor)System Analyst Associate

Arizona State University-Office of the Registrar

P.O. Box 870312Tempe, Arizona 85287-0312Linda.Jark@asu.edu(480) 965-6700Thomas Fujibayashi (Co-Worker)Systems Support Analyst

Arizona State University W.P. Carey School of Business

P.O. Box 2206

Tempe, Arizona 85287-2206

Thomas.Fujibayashi@asu.edu(480) 727-1697 Office

(602) 317-8453 Cell

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