Financial Analyst Supervisor/Fiscal Officer
Working under the general direction of the Chief Administrative Officer, this position serves as the lead fiscal officer for all of the various centers of the Muir Institute, serves as the overall lead Muir Institute wide budget and finance matters, leads unit specific business support. Under CAO directions, manages, prepares, administers and directors' control of budget/organizational resources for the Muir Institute. Oversees facilities and capital plans. Manages financial and business support staff supporting assigned units. Reviews, approves and monitors institute, or assigned units financial planning and control; approved budget and one time funds. Provides leadership and oversight of Institute wide forecasting; annual
reports; quarterly reports. Provides consultation and guidance to management regarding budget, financial controls and accountability, rate development for assigned units and business planning for overall size of $34M. Represents financial interests in absence of CAO. Serves as liaison to OR and other central units representing assigned units or institute wide interests. Serves as lead trainer and advisor to unit heads, directors, and senior leadership on policy and best practices for fiscal planning, in research focused institute, largely dependent on soft funded resources. Oversees business systems intelligence for Institute, including managing systems access by position.
-Bachelor's degree in business, accounting, finance or related combination of education and experience.
-Minimum of 5 years of experience providing progressive leadership and experience in a high-level administrative role within a large, complex environment.
-Working knowledge and experience of Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP), federal and state regulatory compliance in financial management, accounting, personnel/payroll, resource planning, and forecasting.
-Experience in leading projects in facilities, capital planning, business systems support.
-Experience in financial forecasting and the development and se of sophisticated tools and financial models to monitor funds, make projections and actions plans to mitigate risk, and design financial and management reports.
-Supervisory experience and general knowledge of performance management including recruitment and retention; coaching, training and mentoring of direct staff.
Interpersonal and communications skills to clearly and effectively articulate goals and objectives to direct reports and senior leadership; shown initiative to take action, resolve problems, and effectively communicate policy decisions.
-Experience in developing rates for self-sustaining units.
Apply by 6/18/2021