Assistant Vice President for Finance and Administration
Franklin & Marshall College invites nominations and applications for the position of Assistant Vice President for Finance and Administration.
Franklin & Marshall College (F&M) in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, seeks an outstanding leader with exceptional financial, strategic, operational, and interpersonal capabilities to join the College as Assistant Vice President for Finance and Administration (AVPFA). Reporting to the Vice President for Finance and Administration (VPFA), the AVPFA will maintain and prepare the annual budget for the College and will oversee several offices within the Business Office and assist with long-term financial planning. The AVPFA will liaise with senior administrative and budget officers across divisions to promote the distribution and presentation of accurate information and budget reporting standards. They will also work closely with relevant shared-governance committees, including the Budget Priorities Committee, the Faculty Compensation Committee, and the Fringe Benefits Committee. The AVPFA will partner with others in the Finance and Administration division to manage capital projects and capital funds.
The successful candidate will bring strong financial experience, especially in fund accounting and its use in higher education. The next AVPFA will bring demonstrated success developing and leading teams while maintaining a keen strategic vision and keeping core values at the forefront of decision making. The ability to interact with all campus constituencies with professionalism, clarity and respect will also be essential. The AVPFA will possess a strong understanding of, appreciation for, and experience with shared governance in an institution of post-secondary education.
Founded in 1787, Franklin & Marshall is a highly selective, private liberal arts college that prides itself on an indelible community centered on small classes and faculty-student research. The College’s mission is to help students develop their greatness — including their intellectual, creative, and leadership talents — so that they may live fulfilling lives and contribute meaningfully to their occupations, their communities, and their world. The College enrolls about 2,400 undergraduate students from across the United States and around the world. F&M’s operating budget for fiscal year 2021 is $131 million, and its pooled endowment is valued at $320 million.
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