The Director of Finance and Business Affairs provides leadership for all business, financial, and personnel activities in the Graduate School. The Director of Finance and Business Affairs provides comprehensive management of complex business, fiscal and administrative functions to address the needs of the Graduate School and its constituent units. This position also has overall accountability for planning and directing the strategic and long-range financial goals of the Graduate School. As a direct report of the Dean, this position develops key processes in the Graduate School and is responsible for the reporting of all financial information to both internal and external constituents. The Director of Finance and Business Affairs is the Graduate School’s primary liaison with Academic Affairs, Business Affairs, Human Resources, Advancement, Internal Audit, Research and Economic Development and the Academic Colleges for all aspects of the Graduate School’s business operations. The position serves as an expert resource on Graduate School and University financial policies and provides consultation on personnel issues. The Director of Finance and Business Affairs leads the Dean’s office initiatives to improve management procedures, policies, and financial planning. The Director of Finance and Business Affairs supervises two staff positions as well as provides leadership and support to three academic units housed within the Graduate School. Planning, directing, and coordinating all transactions for the Graduate School and Departmental Coordinators is an essential part of this position. Additionally the Director of Finance and Business Affairs trouble shoots and develops solutions for Graduate School business procedures and conducts reporting and data analyses to meet the needs of the School.
The Director of Finance and Business Affairs for the Graduate School administers and manages the business, human resources, and financial affairs of the School. Responsibilities include information and data analysis; reporting; problem solving and decision making; facilitation and management of financial resources that may be state appropriated, discretionary, receipt generated, and/or from contracts and grants. This position performs a range of financial and business-related duties associated with specialized areas such as accounting, budgeting, auditing, compliance, and human resources. Functions assigned to the Director role include financial management, personnel administration/management, salary and special pay administration, purchasing, inventory control, facilities coordination/planning, and closely related work. The position may directly perform or have oversight of accounts reconciliation, maintenance, analysis and reporting of financial or associated data, financial projections and trends, cash/receipts management, personnel planning, recruitment and hiring, and performance management.
Applications must be submitted on-line at https://jobs.uncc.edu/ Look for position 003249 under SHRA Staff
The University of North Carolina at Charlotte is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity employer and an ADVANCE Institution that strives to create an academic climate in which the dignity of all individuals is respected and maintained. Women, minorities, veterans, and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, protected veteran status, gender identity or sexual orientation.
Graduation from a four-year college or university with a degree in Business Administration, Public Administration or related business area and three years of administration management or business management experience; or an equivalent combination of training and experience.
Internal Number: 003249
About University of North Carolina, Charlotte, the Graduate School
The University of North Carolina at Charlotte is the third largest and the fastest growing of the 17 constituent institutions in the UNC system. The 17 UNC campuses have a combined enrollment of more than 225,000 students, creating the eighth-largest enrollment among public university systems in the nation. At UNC Charlotte, there are 5,323 graduate students among more than 29,700 currently enrolled students. The Graduate School offers 65 Masters and 24 Doctoral degrees across seven colleges (Art + Architecture, Liberal Arts and Sciences, Business, Education, Engineering, Health and Human Services, and Information Technology).
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