Position Description: With limited supervision, the Broad Stem Cell Research Center's (BSCRC) Director of Finance is responsible for the formulation of financial strategy and direction for a complex research enterprise supported by multiple funding streams. The incumbent possesses the financial and management acumen to ensure the delivery of all business and financial services for the Center including budgeting, purchasing, accounting, personnel and payroll services, and preparation of financial reports. They also provide financial oversight to BSCRC programs, manage the financial matters for all self-sustaining activities (sales and service activities), and in consultation with the Executive Director and the Faculty Director, prepare the Center's annual budget.
The Director of Finance must possess advanced business and financial knowledge to establish and manage effective business practices for the Center, to effectively train and supervise subordinates to ensure sound and effective management of the Center. They must also be able to interact effectively with University academic and administrative staff, and business professionals in order to facilitate complex, collaborative relationships.
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