Finance Manager, Remodel & Construction Services, Facilities Management
Colorado State University
May 4, 2018
Fort Collins, Colorado
Salary is commensurate with ex
Full Time - Experienced
Provide technical construction coordination, planning, cost estimating and contract administration for projects involving the construction, renovation, alteration, modification, maintenance and repair of university owned facilities. Construction cap of $2M (rarely but sometimes more) per project, at the discretion of the Associate Vice President for Facilities Management (AVPFM).
Provides professional oversight of financial management and budgeting activities at Facilities Management (FM). Reports directly to the Assistant Director of Remodel and Construction Services, and works closely with the AVPFM, Associate Director of Operations, Assistant Director of Business Operations, Associate Director of Design and Construction and Construction Services, who is also the State Buildings delegate. Position provides leadership and supervision for staff supporting FM services.
Bachelor’s degree in accounting/finance or a related field. • Experience and working knowledge of accounting systems, Microsoft Office Suite, and use of data mining tools. • Minimum three years of supervising professional staff. • Evidence of strong and professional communication skills with the ability to speak to all levels of an organization.
Three or more years managing facilities management or construction business operations in a higher education or government institution. • Proficiency with financial systems (i.e. Kuali). • Advanced knowledge of Microsoft, Excel, Access and data mining tools. • Demonstrated ability to understand and apply contracts and legal terminology, at both State and Federal levels. • Job costing experience.
About Colorado State University
As one of our nation's leading research universities, Colorado State University is committed to realizing its vision as a 21st century land-grant university. Last year, CSU awarded degrees to over 5,000 graduates, attracted more than $220 million in research funding and contributed to the prosperity of Colorado and the nation with new graduates; advances in science, technology and learning; and community enrichment via the arts, humanities and the intellectual richness of a great research university.