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Under general direction, is responsible for the day-to-day fiscal operations and financial integrity of the Institute of Urban Environmental Sustainability (IUES) business affairs, and general oversight of the function and use of the institute’s building and facilities.
- Assists leadership in the annual preparation, review and approval of budgets, including multi-year budget plans to assist with strategic planning purposes.
- Reviews monthly vs. actual financial reports on all account units that roll up to the IUES Director to ensure that the budget plans are being met within expectations. Identifies risks and opportunities and initiates timely actions to address, resolve and implement solutions in coordination with the Director.
- Conducts bi-monthly reviews and approvals of procurement card transactions.
- Reviews quarterly actual vs. budget financial reports to ensure that the budget plans are being met within expectations.
- Identifies risks and opportunities and initiates timely actions to address, resolve and implement solutions in coordination with the Director.
- Trains appropriate staff/faculty in monitoring their unit budgets and properly recording and accounting for business transactions.
- Maintains and implements solid internal accounting controls.
- Prepares and maintains capital budgets, carry forward budgets, and revenue funded budgets to assist in meeting operating needs, deferred maintenance and long term planning requirements.
- Collaborates with key budget officers within Academic Affairs on the allocation of the annual budget which includes personnel, operating, endowments, grant, gifts, carry forward, and capital funding.
- Ensures close linkage and coordination of the budget and management of fiscal operations with policies and procedures of the Provost Office, University Finance Division, Human Resources and other areas/personnel, as appropriate. ‘
- Oversees the functioning of the new IUES facility, taking reports from facility residents and users and following-through on resolving any reported issues arising with the operations of the building.
- Managing space and facility resources among multiple users.
- Performs other duties and projects as assigned.
- MBA or CPA strongly preferred.
- Budget analysis or management experience helpful.
- Strong analytical and communication skills required.
- Ability to effectively present information and respond to questions in a group setting.
- Experience working in a complex organization.
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