Position Description: The Director of Finance, Space & Logistics is the Chief Financial Officer and primary advisor on financial matters to the Assistant Vice Chancellor of Facilities Management. The Director supports the Assistant Vice Chancellor and is the primary financial liaison with the Administrative Vice Chancellor's Office and the Academic Planning and Budget Office. The Director works in consultation with the Assistant Vice Chancellors and Directors heading up each operating unit.
The Director of Finance, Space & Logistics has responsibility for four major functions, overseeing $234.5 million of expenditures with a staff of 31 full-time equivalent (FTE) employees. The annual fiscal responsibility of $234,468,000.00 breaks down to: Facilities Management - $156,236,000.00 Energy Services - $77,072,000.00 AVC Office, Space and Other Funds - $1,160,000.00 Total Division FTE - 1,031
The four major functions of the Director of Finance, Space & Logistics include: 1. Chief Financial Officer 2. Financial and Accounting Management 3. Materiel Management (Logistics) 4. Space Inventory Management
The Director of Finance, Space & Logistics has responsibility for planning, organizing, staffing, directing and controlling the 29 employees that provide accounting, finance, materiel management and space information services to the 1,031 employees of Facilities Management.
The Director conducts strategic planning, evaluation of services and implementation planning to ensure the most cost-effective delivery of support service to the Facilities Management operating units and the Assistant Vice Chancellor. The Director develops work protocols, monitoring and controlling systems and procedures in conjunction with the Directors of each operating unit within Facilities Management.
The Director determines appropriate levels of his staff, in consultation with the Assistant Vice Chancellor, to meet changing and fluctuating work priorities and maintains a balance of permanent and casual staff as well as contracted services to meet immediate objectives in a cost effective manner while ensuring longer range goals are attained. Develops recruitment strategies, selection, job training, evaluation, career development and employee incentive programs that ensure a highly professional, qualified and motivated workforce. Directs supervisory and management development activities as well as management incentive programs. Oversees all forms of the complaint processes such as corrective actions, sexual harassment issues, dismissals and other complaints that negatively impact the organization in a dysfunctional manner. Financial management responsibilities include budget setting for each of Facilities Management's operating units, monitoring and controlling deviations, anticipating financial trends and initiating proactive responses.
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