Indiana University is in search of a forward thinking, results oriented professional to join our financial leadership team as an Associate Vice President for Budget and Planning.
This is a newly created position within our financial team. In the past, this role was in combination with that of the University Controller. The two roles are now being separated. This brings about an exciting opportunity for someone to be solely dedicated to Budget and Planning – to have ownership for processes while providing leadership and direction to the team.
This is an executive level position located in Bloomington, IN with a full range of benefits including health care, retirement plans, paid time off, and tuition assistance. Click here for a full summary of all benefits offered.
Serves as a key member of the CFO’s leader team and coordinates the University’s Annual $3.4B Budget and Planning Process. Works directly with the President and CFO in establishing budget parameters, reviewing budget submissions, formulating tuition and salary policies and setting the overall financial strategy for the University. In addition, oversees a team that provides financial analysis and develops recommendations on various financial issues for senior leadership, the President and the Board of Trustees.
REQUIRED: Bachelor’s degree and ten years of budget, planning or fiscal management experience.
Excellence in managing change and proven experience as an organizational and financial leader; and possess the ability to recruit and mentor future leadership, including creating upward mobility for promising employees. Must be comfortable building relationships of trust with the many communities that comprise the University, and be astute at navigating both the internal and external political landscape. Possess superb management skills and business acumen, be adept at facilitating connections and building partnerships and collaborations, and be able to serve as a trusted and respected member of the CFO’s leadership team.
Preferred: MBA and/or CPA equivalent; understanding of all facets of academic enterprises, including an understanding of how financial decisions impact the academic environment and vice versa.