This position will administer and manage the business and financial affairs of a department/unit. Responsibilities include facilitation and management of financial resources that may be state-appropriated, contracts and grants, and donor revenue generated. The Finance Manager develops and monitors the museum’s operating budget and works with the director to create future projections. Responsible for a range of financial and business-related duties, including financial management, personnel administration/management, grants administration, payroll, purchasing, inventory control, facilities coordination/planning, information technology assessment/planning, and closely related work. This position may perform or have oversight of accounts reconciliation, maintenance, and reporting of financial data analysis. Managing expenses/revenue, endowments, personnel planning, capital projects, and facilities management. Includes responsibility for accounting/business standards and practices, policy interpretation/implementation, departmental work, and the supervision of others as required.
B.A. in accounting or business management or the equivalent in relevant experience and education. Advanced degree preferred.
Five years of experience in budget preparation and management.
High level of technical competency in accounting and related financial accounting systems proficiencies.
Demonstrated strategic, analytical, and innovative thinking skills.
Demonstrated precision, accuracy, and attention to detail on all fiscal matters.
Organized and able to set priorities, managing multiple responsibilities simultaneously.
Team-oriented problem solver, demonstrating excellent interpersonal skills while being fully able to contribute individually.
Strong written and verbal communication skills.
Ability to handle sensitive and confidential matters with appropriate discretion.
Experience in human resource management.
Demonstrated commitment to a diverse and equitable working environment and to serving the needs of a large and diverse community.
About The University of North Carolina at Greensboro
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