Primary responsibilities are to oversee all Business, Finance, Human Resources and Facilities Operations. The Vice President of Business and Finance also serves as primary contact for litigation and risk management, shares leadership in planning and the implementation of all policies and procedures, and demonstrates commitment to inclusive diversity, integrity, and learning excellence.
ESSENTIALDUTIESANDRESPONSIBILITIESINCLUDEBUTARENOTLIMITED TO THEFOLLOWING:
Develops budgets for all funds and activities, monitors actual revenues and expenditures against established budgets and takes action as necessary to respond to or communicate variances.
In conjunction with the Controller, establishes and enforces sound business & financial systems policies, procedures and internal controls. Ensures accurate and timely financial transactions and financial reporting systems. Communicates financial information to internal users, external users and the Board of Trustees.
Participates in the development of college wide strategic initiatives, policies, and procedures and often leads or encourages change in the institution to ensure attainment of mission.
Oversees and ensures the safety and security of all college assets including capital and fixed assets, cash and investments for operating, designated and restricted plant and endowment funds through establishing and implementing appropriate procedures and systems.
Administers sound risk management and insurance programs, ensures appropriate levels of insurance, and monitors claims and third party administrator decisions.
In conjunction with the Director of Facilities Management, provides leadership and oversight for facility renovations and construction, facility maintenance and operations including development and planning for long range needs and life-cycle replacement of facilities and equipment.
In conjunction with the Director of Human Resources, supports effective employee recruitment, talent selection, development, and employee relations. Establishes, implements and manages fair, equitable, cost effective and financially sound compensation and benefit systems, including collective bargaining agreements. Participates in labor negotiations and the selection and terms of insurance benefit levels and providers.
In conjunction with the Director of Business Services, ensures that appropriate service levels are provided in a cost effective manner to students, staff and the public through the college’s auxiliary activities; bookstore, food and conference services, fitness center, printing, purchasing and contract administration.
Leads and oversees the Investment Committee and Endowment Fund, and assists the College Foundation in financial and other matters as appropriate.
Serves as Treasurer to the Board of Trustees.
Master’s degree or equivalent knowledge and skills. Major(s) required: Accounting or Finance.
7 to 10 years of progressive position related supervision and leadership experience.
Must possess a CPA.
Experience working in a community college environment.
Experience developing and managing an annual budget in the amount of at least $20 million.
Experience working with facilities, risk management, and insurance programs.
Demonstrate extensive experience in managing and leading various business operations including facilities, finance, and business services.
Delta College embraces equal opportunity as a core value: we actively promote, advocate, respect and value differences, and we foster a welcoming environment of openness and appreciation for all. Delta prohibits discrimination in employment, education, public accommodation, or public service on the basis of age, arrest record, color, disability, ethnicity, familial status, gender identity, genetic... information, height, marital status, national origin, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, veteran status and weight. Direct inquiries to the Equity/Compliance Officer, Delta College, Office A093, 1961 Delta Road, University Center, MI 48710, telephone (989) 686-9547 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.