1) Budget Planning, preparation and reporting: Plan, develop, and implement the annual capital and operating budgets for the Oriental Institute (OI). Prepare the budget proposals for the Budget Office and the Provost in the University's budget process. Evaluate financial issues that impact the OI and respond to inquiries from the Budget Office. Analyze actual expenditures and revenue against budget and prepare monthly, quarterly and annual variance reports. Prepare the OI Director for the annual budget meetings and advise Director on potential fiscal outcomes from programmatic decisions.
2) Financial Administration: Responsible for overseeing all financial activity at the Oriental Institute. Set policies and guidelines for financial processes. Prepare issue analysis and financial reports and recommend courses of action to the Director. Make fiscal and budgetary decisions for procurement requests. Work with faculty and departments on financial activities and planning specifically related to their projects and units.
3) Grants Administration: Responsible for overseeing the pre- and post-grant administration process to ensure compliance with University policies and procedures. Develop and review all grant budgets and financial statements. Monitor end dates and budgets to ensure timely and accurate close outs or extensions as required. Ensure that URA and Comptroller's Office's pre- and post-grant administration requirements are met and that the terms of the grant are being met.
4) Supervisory: Supervise and coordinate all administrative staff, including front office staff, membership, and development staff.
5) Facilities: Monitor, plan and supervise all facilities related work within and around the Oriental Institute building.
1) Candidates must have experience leading a complex organization with a wide range of research programs and operations.
2) Candidates must also have demonstrated project management skills enabling them to monitor and oversee both domestic and international projects and personnel.
1) Knowledge and skills developed through 7+ years progressively responsible experience in a related job discipline.
2) Cover Letter
3) Three professional references
NOTE: When applying, all required documents MUST be uploaded under the Resume/CV section of the application.
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