Montana Technological University offers the next Vice Chancellor of Administration and Finance the privilege of joining a dynamic university that is building a strong and collaborative leadership team. To assure full consideration, you must apply on line at https://montanatechuniversity.applytojob.com/applyby February 28, 2020. For the application to be considered complete, The application must include a letter of interest (3 pages or fewer) addressing the applicant’s background in relationship to qualifications described; a résumé; and the names of five professional references with each person’s position, office or home address, e-mail address, and telephone numbers. References will not be contacted without prior authorization from the applicant. The new VCAF will be identified by April 2020 and can start as soon as available and no later than July 1, 2020.
You may contact Cathy Isakson at 406-496-4380 or email her at Cisakson@mtech.edu if you have any questions regarding the submission of your application or the job description.
Master’s degree in administration or business-related field.
Minimum of six (6) years of senior leadership in a financial and administrative management role with increasing levels of responsibility and demonstrated accountability.
Proven leadership in finance, budgeting and capital project planning.
Administrative and financial leadership experience within higher education setting or a comparable, large, complex organization.
Excellent interpersonal communication skills with an evidence of collaborative, ethical, team-oriented management and leadership style.
Understanding of infrastructure operations and the ability to strategize and guide the university forward in a sound, thoughtful and strategic manner.
Demonstrated technical knowledge, skill and expertise in financial management and service management.
Demonstrated ability to be an active participant in planning and policy decision making.
Knowledge of higher education organizations with the ability to establish good working relations with faculty, staff, students, alumni and other University groups.
Familiarity with or ability to acquire familiarity with the rules, regulations, policies and laws governing receipt, expenditure and other management activities of state, federal, endowment and other funds.
Seven to ten years of progressively complex and relevant leadership experience in higher education or an organization of comparable complexity.
Progressive, visionary individual with a comprehensive understanding of public higher education finance, budget and auxiliary operations.
The ability to provide a thorough analysis of budget, funding sources and business operations.
Willingness to address the hard problems and identify creative solutions
Experience in public higher education.
About Montana Technological University
Montana Tech is located in historic Butte, Montana and employs approximately 350 faculty and staff that serve approximately 3,000 students. Montana Tech’s annual budget is in the 60-70M range depending on capital projects.