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ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR, FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATION , Sloan School of Management , to manage a broad range of administrative responsibilities (salaries, budgets, space, personnel, etc.) and provide effective communication across Sloan, with outside partners, and with affiliated groups within the Institute. Financial responsibilities include advising department head on budgetary/financial issues; developing reports and data for annual budget process; developing strategic financial plans; and overseeing general budget, review, and expenditure allocation for Institute, gift, endowed, and otherfunds. Will work closely with Sloan Finance Department and Legatum executive director on developing annual budget of about $3M and will perform financial review and control oversight each month. Other responsibilities include overseeing payroll confirmation, managing fellowship disbursements, managing cost-sharing with other departments.
Job Requirements REQUIRED : bachelor's degree; at least three years' related experience; excellent analytical, financial, organizational, and written and oral communication skills; ability to work collaboratively with all levels of personnel, manage changing and conflicting priorities, handle multiple projects simultaneously, meet deadlines, and see projects/issues through to completion; and proficiency with MS Office. PREFERRED : advanced-level understanding of MIT practices, policies, and operating norms; and experience with SAPgui, Concur, Atlas, Roles Database, and Cognos or Brio Warehouse. Job #20060-8
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