The Senior Director will prepare, implement, and maintain the University's multi-year capital financial plan for the Washington Square and global campuses, coordinating with the Sr. Director of FP&A to consolidate for the University's overall financial plan. Work with various University colleagues to develop financial plans for major new initiatives and programs. Work closely with the Treasurer's Office to plan, implement and manage borrowings for capital projects and provide input to cash flow forecasting. Manage financial modeling and analysis for all University space planning decisions, working closely with the Office of Real Estate, Facilities and Construction Management and the Office of the Provost. Manage the University's central cost allocation (including debt service allocation), position management and tuition modeling models. Work closely with the Vice Provost for Resource Planning to manage the balance of trade models and adjust as appropriate. Work closely with the University's executive leadership to present alternative scenarios for strategic budgetary decision making. Conceptualize new financial reporting formats to support managerial decision-making at all levels across the University. Oversee the preparation and monitoring of capital budgets for a portfolio of administrative units. Provide fiscal management guidance to administrators and fiscal officers throughout the University with respect to capital planning. Supervise the Director responsible for all budget operations including position management, budget plan and load, budget control and monitoring and other operational duties. Supervise one or more financial analysts.
Bachelor's degree in Business, Public Administration or related field
Master's degree in Business, Public Administration or related field
7 or more years professional-level quantitative financial planning experience.
Financial planning and analysis experience for a large, decentralized organization. Experience analyzing and planning for large non-for-profit organization, with an emphasis on capital programs and space planning. Ability to easily understand and analyze non-for-profit financial statements.
Required Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
Demonstrated planning, analytical, problem-solving, and leadership skills. Strong quantitative modeling skills. Ability to write well, speak effectively, and work in fast-paced analytical teams essential. Ability to understand long-term goals and broader planning parameters, to frame results of financial and policy analysis in a clear, cogent, concise, and compelling fashion. Proficient with budget planning and forecasting tools, data visualization, spreadsheet, database and query tool software.
Preferred Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
Advanced FP&A, Data Analytics, CPA other similar professional certification.
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