Location: Inver Grove Heights, MN and Rosemount, MN
Full/Part Time: Full Time
Employment Condition: Unlimited
This position serves as the Dakota County Technical College and Inver Hills Community College's vice president of finance and facilities officer, and is responsible for planning, leadership, supervision, evaluation, and continuous improvement of all financial and administrative services, including physical plant operations, capital construction projects, auxiliary services operations, and safety and security services consistent with and supportive of the College's vision, mission, and strategic plan. This position is responsible for development, interpretation and implementation of the college administrative policies and procedures consistent with State and Federal laws, rules and regulations, and Minnesota State policies and procedures.
Examples of Duties:
Oversee financial and accounting systems, ensuring that all college funds are accounted for properly.
Direct financial reporting and analysis in compliance with Federal, State, and Minnesota State requirements, and to provide managers with the financial data needed to support their decision making
Provide direct supervision to Campus Information Officer to ensure the effective operation of the unit.
Prepare a multi-year budget plan for all college accounts so that the colleges' goals and objectives are supported.
Provide institutional leadership for financial, administrative, information technology, auxiliary services, and operations so that overall college planning and decision-making is supported.
Oversee all aspects of facilities management so that campus facilities and grounds are maintained to enhance the appearance, safety, and function of the colleges.
Develop and implement a five-year business plan and annual operating budgets for the college's Auxiliary Services, so that they operate in accordance with sound business management principles; services meet student needs and are provided efficiently and effectively; and income is generated to support college goals and objectives.
Provide financial expertise to the foundation so that the foundation is financially sound and in compliance with its tax exempt status.
Provide leadership and strategic direction within the division and the college by supporting the colleges in meeting its mission, vision, and business needs by identifying current and future needs.
Provide management and supervision in accordance with the respective collective bargaining agreements and to ensure that assigned duties and responsibilities are effectively performed.
Bachelor's degree with a major in accounting, or finance
Five years of progressively responsible finance or accounting experience in higher education, K-12 education, government or private business;
Experience supervising staff in a fiscal service and facility operations;
Experience preparing and presenting budgets, costs projections, and financial analyses;
Working knowledge of contracting and capital project budgeting and planning, and physical plant operations;
Demonstrated ability to use technology to develop business process efficiencies;
Strong interpersonal and communication skills;
Demonstrated ability to work with people from diverse backgrounds.
Master's degree in Accounting, Finance, Business Administration or related field;
Certified Public Accountant certification;
Knowledge of risk management practices
Professional fiscal services experience in higher education;
Demonstrated project management skills with identifiable results.
Founded in 1970 Dakota County Technical College (DCTC) is a public, two-year technical college in Rosemount, Minnesota. DCTC offers about 150 programs. DCTC will allows students the possibility to go right into work force after graduation. Students who graduate from DCTC gave a 90% chance of getting a job after graduation.
DCTC has over 2,000 students, and a very diverse culture. Students of color make up about 20 percent of the population. 35.2 percent of students are low income and eligible for Pell grants. Dakota County Technical College is a public two-year institution of higher education dedicated to the philosophy that there is dignity in all work and value in individual growth and learning. It is the philosophy of the college that all of its students should have access to quality education that prepares them for rewarding careers. The college values its role in contributing to economic development by providing a knowledgeable and skilled workforce. The college views itself as a full partner in the higher education community and recognizes its contribution to lifelong learning.
Founded in 1970, Inver Hills is a comprehensive community college offering 40 program options and degrees including the Associate in Arts (A.A.), a liberal arts education degree that leads to transfer to four-year colleges; the Associate in Fine Art (A.F.A.) degree in studio arts; and the career-related Associate in Science (A.S.) and Associate in Applied Science (A.A.S.) degrees in leading occupational areas such as nursing, paralegal, computer networking, law enforcement, human services, business, emergency medical services, teacher education, and more.
Located 10 minutes from downtown St. Paul, scenic Inver Hills Community College serves over 9000 credit students annually. Many Inver Hills students are first generation. The student of color population has increased from 28 to 33% in the last four years. 30 percent of students are low income and eligible for Pell grants. Inver Hills strives to reflect a diversity of perspectives and backgrounds among administrators, faculty and staff. Inver Hills is committed to quality improvement, Learning Communities, campus-wide assessment, innovative instruction, integrating technology in instruction, collaboration with Pre-K-12 for college readiness and access, and civic engagement.
The State of Minnesota offers a comprehensive benefits package including low cost medical and dental insurance, employer paid life insurance, short and long term disability, pre-tax flexible spending accounts, retirement plan, tax-deferred compensation, generous vacation and sick leave, and 11 paid holidays each year. For more information on insurance benefits, please visit https://mn.gov/mmb/segip/.
Dakota County Technical College endeavors to serve students within nearby communities, as well as those coming from countries around the world. The majority of students work toward degrees and diplomas in a variety of programs to prepare them for employment. However, the college is also proud of its general education department, whose courses are part of the Minnesota Transfer Curriculum. As members of a student-centered organization, all employees, faculty members and administrators are focused on ways to continuously improve student learning within the college's mission. Along the way, DCTC has become a leader in delivering sustainable technologies, service-learning opportunities, and community engagement into the curricula of most programs.