The Executive Director of Budge and Planning will work in an administrative management role at district level for multiple programs, departments, or functional areas, and provides key information, direction and recommendation for decision-making.
Major duties and responsibilities include: developing and implementing strategies to accomplish goals; developing, recommending and implementing plans, and providing leadership for assigned function or departments; developing and recommending revision to district policies, procedures, guidelines or standards; supervising, training, and evaluating subordinate managers and staff; developing and managing assigned budgets.
Bachelor’s degree in a related field to assigned area.
Three (3) years academic, career or technical management experience.
Demonstrated experience as a skilled communicators, strategic thinkers, and have expertise in the use of software and systems that support budget decision-making. Strong interpersonal skills are essential for success in this position.
Minimum Qualification can be substituted with an equivalent combination of education and experience sufficient to successfully perform the essential duties of the job.
Master’s degree in business, economics, accounting, higher education administration, or closely related field.
Experience with developing and monitoring a large, multi-campus or complex organization’s budget.
Experience with streamlining budgeting processes with the use of administrative software, preferably PeopleSoft.
Experience with developing, implementing and maintaining budget practices through the use of technology.
Experience in implementing/administering diverse budget methodologies.
Experience in monitoring an organization’s revenue projections including an understanding of the impact of local taxes, state appropriations and setting tuition rates.
Knowledge of employee salary/benefits packages and their impact on the budget.
Experience in reporting budget/actual information.
Knowledge of federal, state and local laws that govern an organization’s record keeping and budget practices.
Experience in managing staff.
Internal Number: 19-113
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