Job ID: 2021-9076 Type: Rory Meyers College of Nursing (NS1058) # of Openings: 1 Category: Finance/Real Estate/Procurement/Grant Management New York University
The Vice Dean of Administration, Finance and Planning is the senior administrative and financial management position with the school that directs all facets and phases of strategic financial management, administrative management as well as risk mitigation. This role reports to the Dean, with aspects of joint accountability to the Chief Financial Officer of the university on matters related to financial and budgetary responsibility as well as risk management. Directs the management of general appropriation, endowment, federal and non-federal grants and contracts, and gift funds. Negotiates and directs all external agreements and contracts for facility usage and employment services. Establishes all internal procedures, identifying short and long-term goals & overseeing allocation of resource to meet priorities. Controlling all expenditures and statement of accounts to ensure regulatory compliance and fiscal integrity. Develops, plans, and directs special projects.
Responsibilities for this role include: - School-wide strategic initiatives that advance the mission of the individual school and the university. - General and Administrative operations (i.e. facilities, IT, human resources, research, and continuous process improvement) - Financial and budgetary management - Research Administration - Compliance and Risk Management Strategic Initiatives/General and Administrative Operations – Accountability to the Dean Oversee planning, administrative policy formulation, and implementation of all operational aspects of the school’s strategic planning activities as well as business operations and management including but not limited to human resources, capital projects, facilities, information technology, quality assurance, public affairs and administrative services, liaising/partnering with appropriate functional units for subject matter expertise. Represent the Dean in a decision-making capacity to the University's central administrative offices. Collaborate with the Dean, other senior academic and administrative leaders, and faculty to ensure administrative policies, procedures, systems and resources appropriately support academic priorities. Finance & Budget Management/Research Administration/Compliance – Joint Accountability to the Chief Financial Officer (the chief financial officer is responsible for providing annual assessment of the incumbent’s performance relative to this area) Provide leadership in the management of financial and budgetary matters for the school including strategic planning, financial analysis and reporting, and financial stewardship. Responsibilities include general financial management, budgeting, and compliance to university and regulatory policies. Provide oversight of financial systems and guidance on related approvals and other financial matters. This position will monitor expense spending against plans to ensure planned resources are available to meet strategic objectives. Serve as the liaison to central university offices in the areas of budget, treasury, accounting & reporting, payroll, risk management, procurement, internal audit and other offices as needed. Ensure appropriate risk management framework to protect the university’s assets.
Required Education: Master's Degree in Business, Finance or Public Administration (or a related field)
Required Experience: 10+ years relevant experience in a management position incorporating responsibility for both financial and operations management. Must include experience managing information resources and directly supervising staff. and
Required Skills, Knowledge and Abilities: Experience with capital planning or management. History of relevant specific accomplishments in a similar position.
Preferred Skills, Knowledge and Abilities: Knowledge of or experience with NYU financial and management systems.
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