Assistant Vice President for Budget & Financial Planning
Reporting to the Vice President for Finance & Administration and Treasurer, the Assistant Vice President for Budget & Financial Planning serves as a strategic partner and collaborative leader in the ongoing advancement of the University’s operating and capital budget development, implementation, and management; and purchasing office. The Assistant Vice President for Budget & Financial Planning actively promotes excellent service levels in supporting students, faculty, administration, and staff and is responsible for the integrity of the operating and capital budgets.
Duties and Responsibilities:
? Direct University-wide annual operating and capital budget development and management, multi-year financial projections and strategic analysis. ? Provide leadership and direction to the budgeting, financial planning, and purchasing teams; sets goals that promote continuous improvement in services, processes, automation and efficiency. ? Serve as a strategic partner in the ongoing advancement of the University’s operating and capital budgets and purchasing. ? Engage in a collegial and transparent manner with all areas of the University to strengthen the overall effectiveness of the budgeting function and improve the dissemination and use of financial information. ? Develop skills, knowledge, and cross-training amongst employees; implement succession planning framework; enforce standards of accountability. ? Provide leadership in developing and implementing improvements in financial reporting, forecasting, and financial accountability, including institutionalization of business intelligence and dashboard reporting tools. ? Support the Planning & Budget Committee, Finance & Audit Committee of the Board, other University-wide Committees.
? Master’s degree in business administration, finance, accounting or a related field. ? Minimum of 10 years of progressively responsible financial management experience, particularly in the areas of budgeting, forecasting and strategic analysis. ? Ability to implement improvements in operating and capital budget development, financial reporting and forecasting. ? Ability to gain the trust and respect and positively influence a broad and diverse group of constituents. ? Strong service orientation, able to work collaboratively with a wide range of people, strong problem-solving skills. ? Ability to hire, retain, motivate and develop others. ? Experience developing and presenting detailed financial information, including financial plans, budgets, forecasts, and variance analyses, to diverse groups of constituents. ? Ability to think in innovative ways regarding financial matters that impact the University. ? Understanding of and commitment to the mission of the University.
? Experience in higher education or a non-profit organization or commensurate corporate experience that is transferable to higher education. ? Banner (or equivalent enterprise-wide business systems) knowledge.
On-line applications only. Please provide a letter of application/interest and resume. For a complete description of position responsibilities, qualifications, and to apply, please visit: https://jobs.sju.edu/postings/17852.
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