To administer and direct the overall business operations for the Facilities Management division. Provides planning and leadership in the areas of budget/fiscal management, development and communication of policies and procedures.
Bachelor's degree in business, accounting or a closely related field; at least 7 years of related work experience OR a master's degree and 5 years of related experience.
Advanced knowledge of budgeting; accounting principles; personal computer applications. Skill in written and interpersonal communication; Ability to communicate effectively with all components of the University and external constituents; manage people and projects.
Essential Functions and percent of time::
40% Direct and oversee college/school or division-wide activities related to budgeting and financial management. Advise senior management on appropriate mechanisms to achieve fiscal objectives. Oversee budgetary controls; provide complex budget/financial analysis and planning. Develop, review and manage the unit's budgets which include annual, augmentations and capital; audit finances of restricted budgets; manage and conduct financial analyses on all internal and external funds. 25% Authorize, monitor and review monthly unit expenditures; plan and coordinate major capital expenditures. Review and recommend the acquisition, maintenance and disposition of all property and equipment. 20% Design fiscal processes for use in the designated unit and provide leadership for assigned staff. Collaborate in regard to fiscal matters including human resources and payroll. Conduct special studies/research in the assigned function; collect and analyze data as required. Assists auditors (e.g., provides information, explains supporting materials and procedures). Serve as a member of various committees.
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