**PVCC has partnered on this search with Greenwood Asher & Associates. To apply please go to https://greenwoodsearch.com/current-opportunities**About PVCC:Piedmont Virginia Community College (PVCC), established in 1972, is celebrating 50 years of excellence and impact. PVCC is a comprehensive community college committed to access, opportunity, and excellence for learners who plan a certificate or degree to enter the workforce upon graduation, to transfer with junior status to a four-year university, or to reskill to remain current in their present role. We are one of twenty-three community colleges that comprise the Virginia Community College System.PVCC annually serves just under 7,000 students in Central Virginia â“ principally residents of the City of Charlottesville and the counties of Albemarle, Buckingham, Fluvanna, Greene, Louisa, and Nelson. Our scenic main campus is in Charlottesville. The Eugene Giuseppe Center in Stanardsville increases access to PVCC programs for those living in Charlottesville and the high growth areas of northern Albemarle and Green Counties. Thomas Jefferson Adult Career Education offers instruction for area adults in multiple locations throughout our service area.Scheduled to open in January 2024, the Bolick Advanced Technology and Student Success Center is a new $26M state-of-the-art building that will include facilities for rapidly growing technology programs aligned with high-demand occupations. The new building will be the first in the Virginia Community College System to use 100 percent alternative energy.We value the commitment, knowledge, diversity, and uniqueness of our employees. We live our mission daily by focusing on student access with success, exceptional teaching, a strong commitment to diverse learners, and strengthening our business and community partnerships.Summary:The Vice President of Finance and Administration (VPFA) is responsible for executive leadership related to the planning, execution, and assessment of PVCCâ™s business and financial operations and resource allocations, serving as the collegeâ™s chief financial officer. The VPFA reports to the president and ensures PVCCâ™s financial security and stability by developing and recommending sound fiscal forecasts, projections, plans, and strategies that ensure effective and efficient resource availability and allocation, spanning multiple years. This position is responsible for maintaining compliance with state and federal policies, laws, and regulations. This position is also charged with the overall management, planning, administration, and evaluation of the Division of Finance and Administrationâ™s programs, services, personnel, policies, procedures development, facilities, and budget.Responsibilities and Duties:Reporting to the president, is a member of the presidentâ™s cabinet and serves as the collegeâ™s leader on all matters related to finance, budgeting, facilities, and public safety.Responsible for developing a fiscally sound and effective budget that supports PVCCâ™s commitment to student access, retention, engagement, and success.Creates and maintains fiscal strategies and policies, resource allocation frameworks, and efficiency measures that safeguard the long-term financial health of PVCC while allowing the college to take advantage of near-term opportunities.Works closely with academic and senior administrative leaders to align financial operations with institutional mission and strategies.Advises the president on public safety and emergency management and is tasked with the planning and preparation necessary to secure the safety and well-being of the college community. Leads PVCCâ™s facilities planning and maintenance functionsOversees large capital projects including new construction and infrastructure renovation.Advances PVCCâ™s commitment to a holistic culture of care, equity in student outcomes, and evidence-based practice articulated in the Virginia Community College System Opportunity 2027 Strategic Plan.Works effectively with all members of Administrative Cabinet to advance PVCCâ™s mission and achieve institutional operational and strategic goals.Serves as the treasurer and as an ex-officio member of the PVCC Educational Foundation; and will work with the Vice President of Institutional Advancement and the Educational Foundation Board of Directors to provide financial management and oversight of the assets of the Educational Foundation.Builds widespread fiscal knowledge and budget transparency across the college, ensuring that leaders can align spending to mission.Hires, develops, and supervises finance personnel.Acts in a manner that exemplifies innovation, inclusive excellence, and equity mindedness.Demonstrates the highest integrity and, when appropriate, confidentiality, and acts with sound judgment, balance, and perspective.**PVCC has partnered on this search with Greenwood Asher & Associates. To apply please go to https://greenwoodsearch.com/current-opportunities**
A masterâ™s degree in accounting, finance, business, or related field from an accredited college or university.At least five years of progressive administrative experience in leading effective finance operations in a complex organization with a significant budget and payroll.
Virginia's Community College's educate 240,000 credit students annually and over 170,000 non-credit students at 23 Community Colleges with over 40 campus locations throughout the Commonwealth. Our mission is to provide comprehensive higher education and workforce training programs and services of superior quality. These programs are financially and geographically accessible to meet the individual, business, and community needs of the Commonwealth.