The Department of Religious Studies in the College and Graduate School of Arts and Sciences (The College) is seeking a Business Manager. Working closely with the Chair of the Department of Religious Studies, this position will be responsible for a number of administrative responsibilities. In collaboration with the Dean's Office Finance and Budget Team, this incumbent will manage all department funds, which includes budget development, budget analysis, forecasting, reconciliation, cash flow analysis, transfers and other budgetary needs. This position will also work closely with faculty and staff in the department to monitor expenditures, provide financial reports on an as needed basis, and manage the Curriculum Budget Plan (CBP). In close collaboration with leadership in the department, this position will provide executive level reports and counsel to the Department Chair during fiscal decision-making related to funding, non-grant awards, purchasing, and accounts payable. Other key administrative responsibilities include, partnering and collaborating with the Human Resources Business Partners on students, faculty and staff hiring; onboarding of new hires; salary and pay related changes; support information dissemination; building departmental engagement; and supporting departmental needs. The Business manager will play a vital role with supervising/mentoring team members directly.
Internal Number: R0002018
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