Director of Finance and Administration, Campus Services and Stewardship

Updated: about 1 month ago
Location: Cambridge, MASSACHUSETTS

Details

Posted: 18-Apr-24

Location: Cambridge, Massachusetts

Type: Full-time

Salary: Open

Categories:


Financial
Staff/Administrative

Internal Number: 23932


Job Description

DIRECTOR OF FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATION, Facilities-Campus Services and Stewardship (CSS) , to oversee all financial aspects of the CSS organization, including Campus Construction; Facilities Finance and Administration; Facilities Operations; Environment, Health, and Safety; Campus Planning; and Office of Sustainability. Will serve as a member of the CSS leadership team, shaping strategy for MIT's campus assets and infrastructure, leveraging available financial resources to promote efficient operations, advancing capital projects, reducing environmental impacts, improving resiliency, and advancing the health and safety of MIT community members; assume responsibility for budget development, accounting, financial reporting, financial controls, business systems and analytics, information technology applications, procurement, contracts, and vendor management functions; and oversee the areas of finance and accounting, capital budgeting and analysis, procurement, contracts and vendor management, business systems, reporting and analytics, and applications and information technology services.


Job Requirements
REQUIRED: bachelor's degree in finance, accounting, business, or other relevant field; ten years' financial administration experience leading a team/organization of experienced managers/staff; experience developing and managing budgets; proven leadership skills; experience managing, mentoring, and coaching staff, including hiring, goal setting, team-building, and performance management and development; excellent analytical, organizational, problem-solving, decision-making, project management, interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills; proficiency conducting complex analyses and drawing conclusions to guide strategic decision-making; discretion with sensitive/confidential information; advanced-level proficiency preparing executive briefings and presentations and clearly and concisely communicating complex information to senior leadership; and knowledge of enterprise financial systems for streamlining/enhancing financial operations; and ability to balance multiple priorities, foster collaboration across multiple functional units, drive process improvements, and influence strategic change and initiatives. PREFERRED: master's degree and experience in higher education, real estate, facilities, infrastructure, or property management settings. Job #23932-13
4/16/24



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