University of Rochester Assoc VP Budgets & Planning - 228355 in Rochester, New York
Assoc VP Budgets & Planning Job ID 228355Location Central Administration Full/Part Time Full-Time Favorite Job Regular/Temporary Regular Opening
Full Time 40 hours Grade 098 Office of Budgets and PlanningSchedule
8 AM-5 PMResponsibilities
Manages the Budget Office to develop and present annual operating and capital budgets, five year plans and data analyses to support the Senior Vice President & CFO, Management Team, Deans and their senior administrative and business staff and other departmental administrators in developing the University’s budget and long-range plans. Ensures strong working relationships with central departments and divisions across the University.
Serves as the primary source of expertise for the budget and planning processes for the University.
Demonstrates leadership and expertise in the areas of budget, finance, financial planning; leads the annual operating and capital budget development process; maintains long-range budgetary financial models and develops budget policies and procedures. Ensures strong working relationships with central departments and divisions across the University. 30%
Leads the annual Central Administration budget and allocation process; collaborates closely with central administration departments to review departmental needs; collects budgets and accurately model central allocations. 25%
Oversees the production of monthly and quarterly management reports; analyzes results and presents data findings, and trends to senior leadership. Identify and drive cost savings and efficiency initiatives. 20%
Leads, manages, and coaches a team of professionals; accountable for training and professional development of the budget team. 15%
In concert with the Senior Vice President & CFO serves as a liaison to the Faculty Budget Committee and provides support to Strategic and Financial Planning and Facilities Committee of the Board of Trustees. 5%
Other duties as assigned. 5%
Bachelor’s in Accounting or business degree with CPA and or MBA required.
10 years of progressively comprehensive budget and financial planning leadership experience in a large complex environment required.
Sophisticated interpersonal, organizational, analytical, problem solving, presentation and communication skills required.
Must be able to work collaboratively with all levels of the organization required.
Experience in higher education, healthcare, not-for-profit accounting or other complex companies is preferred.
Strong understanding and an appreciation for the complexity of a research-intensive academic health center required.
Experience with Workday, Axiom and/or Anaplan systems required.
The best candidates will demonstrate evidence of many of the following preferred qualities:
Adhere to and model ethical business and professional practices;
Advocate and lead change related to business and budget operations to ensure that operations are efficient, effective, contemporary, and compliant
Ability to lead and coordinate a complex annual planning process and ensure its successful implementation
Ability to anticipate and provide information and analysis needed to support executive decisions
Experience with the implementation and enhancement of information technology systems to support strategic and financial planning, budgeting and executive decision support
Possess a style that fosters and supports change and innovation
Inspire trust and confidence through actions that demonstrate integrity, transparency, and hard work
How To Apply
All applicants must apply online.
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