Administration, Management and Leadership: Strategically lead, manage, direct, and supervise the work and coordination of the business operations activities for the campus. These include: Facilities Services (FS), University Auxiliary Services (UAS) and the CSUCI Site Authority. Develop and evaluate policies and procedures for the areas of responsibility and provide advice and input for other areas of the campus. Develop the annual budget for submission to the Vice President for Business & Financial Affairs. Prepare and make presentations at UAS Board and Site Authority meetings. Ensure that the business and financial operations for the assigned auxiliary operations are performed in accordance with State of California laws, CSU policies and standards, and the Chancellor's Office Compilation of Policies and Procedures for CSU Auxiliary Organizations.
Campus Business Operations: The following are program area which fall under responsibility of the SAVP, and may be adjusted as needs of the campus are identified:
FS: Provide leadership in planning and ensuring integrity and safety of the University's physical environment; oversee long-range strategic goals and objectives and long-term capital planning; oversee campus master planning and implementation, ensuring that annual operational objectives are established and achieved. Provide leadership in key strategic areas including sustainability.
UAS: Responsible for the activities of the University Auxiliary Services (UAS) through the Executive Director of the UAS. These activities include but are not limited to Dining Services including residential dining, catering, retail food sales, and vending. Ensure effective residential community operations related to home sales, rental program, common area management, Mello-Roos special tax, review and interpretation of the Site Authority contracts, review and update of various sales and rental documents. Through delegated authority from the SA, interacts with the east campus community advisory group. Consult with legal staff on all issues associated with real estate sales and rentals including foreclosures, violations of the ground sublease, non-payment of rent, evictions, etc.
Site and Financing Authorities: Serve as executive representative of the CI Site and Financing Authorities. Supervise and coordinate activities of the Site Authority (SA) including a development program, the CI Power Plant, and debt issues. Prepare required external and internal reports as well as responses to inquiries from governmental entities, campus and Chancellors Office staff; review and approve invoices on behalf of the SA and deliver status report to the SA Board. *Third Party Program: Ensure effective management of the Kennedy Wilson partnership for the east campus residential community including contract and relationship management of third party real estate partners. *Capital Program: Plan, organize and direct the capital expansion program under purview of the Site Authority with a focus on identifying entrepreneurial opportunities and cultivating public/private partnerships. *CI Power: Oversee the operation of the CI Power Plant on campus. Direct activities relating to the operation of the power plant including service contracts, accounts payable and receivable, budget, record keeping, and financial reporting. Serve as the plant's main representative to the campus. *Community Facilities District Management: Plan, organize and direct the performance of work as well as administer the community facilities district. Provide specialized information and advise the UAS Board of Directors regarding: Mello-Roos legislation, financing, legal and special tax requirements. Ensure UAS compliance with established laws, code, regulations, timelines and reporting and procedural requirements.
Possession of a Master's degree from a four-year college or university, preferably in the area of business, finance, public administration or urban planning and development. A minimum of eight years of administrative duties of broad scope and complexity that involve financial matters, budget, and developing and implementing policies and procedures. Experience shall be related to preferred degree.
Ability to anticipate problems and address them proactively; exercise effective and independent professional judgment; establish and maintain collaborative effective working relationships with others; communicate clearly both orally and in writing. Knowledge of a variety of computer software including word processing and spreadsheet applications. Ability to read and interpret plans, schematics and blueprints. Strong interpersonal, managerial, budgetary, organizational, and administrative and communication skills are required. Experience working with University faculty and staff housing programs. Administrative skills and experience of broad scope and complexity which involve financial matters, budget, policies and procedures, and human resources. Skill in budget preparation, analysis, and controlling costs. Demonstrated skills in staff supervision including delegating work to accomplish departmental goals and objectives efficiently and effectively, while motivating individuals to work together as a team. Must provide proof of ability to operate a motor vehicle in the State of California. Position is subject to California DMV's "Pull Notice System" and continued employment is contingent upon proof of a satisfactory driving record.
The person holding this position is considered a 'mandated reporter' under the California Child Abuse and Neglect Reporting Act and is required to comply with the requirements set forth in CSU Executive Order 1083 as a condition of employment.
A background check (including a criminal records check) must be completed satisfactorily before any candidate can be offered a position with the CSU. Failure to satisfactorily complete the background check may affect the application status of applicants or continued employment of current CSU employees who apply for the position.
California State University Channel Islands (CI), a four-year, public university in Camarillo, California, was established in 2002, and is the youngest of 23 campuses in the CSU system. CI is a beautiful Mission Revival-style campus located in a unique natural setting nestled between the foothills, abundant agricultural fields,and the Pacific Ocean. CI also enjoys a unique proximity to numerous hi...gh-tech companies, medical centers, the Los Angeles arts and entertainment industry, several affluent communities, and the shopping and dining offerings of nearby Camarillo.