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This is a key position within the Office of Financial Planning, Budgeting and Analysis (FPB&A), with responsibility for overseeing the daily operations of the department, including supervision and development of two professionals. Reporting to and working closely with the AVP for FPB&A, the person in this role develops goals, policies, procedures, presentation materials, and other means to support a Best-in-Class FPB&A function responsible for the creation and maintenance of a $275M annual operating budget and $16M annual capital budget.
Proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite, including advanced Excel (pivot tables, VLOOKUP, etc.) and familiarity with PowerPoint. Experienced leader with proven history of developing and motivating staff members. Energetic self-starter who takes pride in delivering high quality work products and can effectively balance multiple competing priorities and deadlines. Excellent written and verbal communication skills a must.
Specific Job Duties:
1) Lead the University's multi-year operating budget construction process; assist in preparing annual budget proposal for review by the Budget Advisory Committee, University President, and Board of Trustees; and oversee process of uploading, reconciling, and maintaining budgets within the University's financial reporting system (Kuali Financial System)
2) Manage and develop two Senior Analysts and oversee daily operations of the FPB&A office (including, but not limited to, reviewing and approving budget adjustments, personnel changes, funding for new initiatives, etc.)
3) Work with Senior Analysts to prepare monthly and quarterly budget monitoring reports and forecasts for fiscal coordinators within the schools and administrative divisions; conduct or participate in quarterly meetings with leadership and financial officers across the campus; and provide ad-hoc guidance to academic and administrative colleagues regarding budget policies and procedures
4) Assist the AVP and CFO in preparing for regular meetings of the Budget Advisory Committee and Board of Trustees Finance Committee by preparing ad-hoc analyses, creating presentations, and providing analytics to support the annual operating and capital budget processes, multi-year financial plan, current year budget monitoring and forecasting, and other financial decision making and endeavors
5) Independently perform complex financial analysis, forecasting, and account reconciliation work in support of strategic planning goals
6) Provide information and training to budget coordinators and other internal colleagues in connection with the University's Responsibility Center Management (RCM) budget model
7) Serve on internal working groups and committees as needed to develop operational efficiencies and process improvements
8) Other duties determined necessary by the AVP or CFO in support of the overall responsibilities of the Office of FPB&A
Required Education: Bachelor's Degree in Business, Finance, Accounting, or related area
Preferred Education: Master's Degree in Business, Finance, Accounting, or related area
Required Experience: Minimum of seven (7) years of relevant progressive experience, including at least three (3) years of direct supervisory experience; prior work with accounting systems, budget systems, and business policies and procedures in the areas of budgeting, forecasting, financial modeling, or other related areas
Preferred Experience: Higher education and/or not-for-profit background; knowledge of RCM budget models; familiarity with Workday and/or Kuali a plus
DepartmentOffice of Planning, Budgeting & Analysis
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