The Senior Fiscal Officer (SFO) of the Fisher College of Business has responsibility and oversight of budgeting, strategic financial planning, and procurement for the college. This position also has oversight for the Blackwell Inn financial operations and serves on the Blackwell Oversight Committee. The SFO is accountable for the administrative, financial, and risk management operations of the college. This position has a strong focus on sustainability and financial strength and is responsible for oversight and maintenance of the established financial and operational processing environment to ensure adherence to established internal control structures. This should include, but not be limited to, appropriate segregation of duties in the processing of all financial transactions, appropriate mandatory approvals, appropriate procedures to maintain effective custody over university resources, appropriate monitoring and oversight, and appropriate mandatory reconciliations, and coordination and management of the shared services operation for the college. The SFO provides leadership for the development and implementation of the annual college budget and long-term projections for college-wide strategic initiatives; manages and directs the allocation of financial resources in the college; ensures the college budget aligns with and supports the college strategic plan; directs the allocation of human capital resources in the college; works in partnership with the Office of Academic Affairs (OAA) and the Office of Business and Finance (B&F) on all finance and budget matters, as well as Internal Audit, the Compliance Office, and OSU Human Resources; reports to OAA and B&F on the ongoing financial condition of the college. Other duties include working with college Development office to monitor gifts and endowments, working with graduate and undergraduate programs to monitor enrollments, scholarships and their financial implications, and using these to assist the dean in setting enrollment targets and fees.
Bachelor's degree in business administration or an equivalent combination of education and experience; 6+ years of experience in a progressively responsible fiscal management capacity; strong problem solving, communication, financial and organizational skills; demonstrated proficient use of electronic spreadsheets, pivot tables & databases; requires a high degree of accuracy and attention to detail.
Target Salary: $145,000.00 - $155,000.00 Annually
Job Category: Administrative and Professional
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