Working at MIT offers opportunities, an environment, a culture – and benefits – that just aren't found together anywhere else. If you're curious, motivated, want to be part of a unique community, and help shape the future – then take a look at this opportunity.
DIRECTOR OF FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATION, MIT Libraries, to direct financial and administrative operations and activities for a service- and mission-driven organization comprised of approximately 170 highly engaged and deeply committed staff. Will oversee all aspects of financial operations for the Libraries, including budget development, financial modeling and analysis, procurement, and expense reconciliation; shape and coordinate administrative policies and procedures; and work with staff throughout the organization to manage essential financial and administrative functions and lead efforts to continuously review and improve them within the Libraries and to ensure appropriate alignment with central MIT fiscal and administrative policies.
Job Requirements REQUIRED: advanced degree in a related field; at least ten years of experience in financial and administrative management; strong analytical and problem solving skills; initiative, flexibility, and the ability to work independently and collaboratively with all levels of staff across organizational boundaries in a continually changing environment; demonstrated ability to develop and maintain effective written documentation for complex processes.; strong written and oral communication skills, including effective presentation skills; and demonstrated interest in creating administrative and financial policies and procedures that enable equity, diversity, and inclusion. Experience in higher education or research libraries preferred; as is MIT, supervisory, and project management experience. Job #16051-R
Internal Number: 16051
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