The Senior Business Manager serves as budget administrator for the Division of Student Affairs. This position manages all budget operations for the division to include the monitoring of day to day operations to ensure all departments are maintaining fiscal responsibility. Departments include Office of Residence Life, Student Union, Student Recreation Center, Counseling Center, Dean of Students, Office of Student Involvement, Greek Life, Multicultural Student Services, Career Services, Eberly Center for Women. They implement internal control procedures and coordinates budgets with the Office of Budget and Planning, assists with the development and implementation of division wide financial policies, strategic plans and procedures, prepares financial analysis, coordinates all aspects of hiring and separation processes, manages position tracking, reviews, approves and processes all human resource documentation. The Senior Business Manager works closely with central University offices to resolve discrepancies and improve business practices and processes. This position communicates most University policies and procedures regarding business practices to division personnel and coordinates training on University systems and processes within the division.
Bachelor’s Degree in Business, Accounting, Public Administration or related field required. Master’s Degree preferred.
A minimum of three years of increasing administrative responsibility in an educational or not for profit institution. Demonstrated experience in budget development and fund accounting.
Strong analytical and problem-solving skills.
Ability to work with diverse groups of people and to work collaboratively across all divisions of the university.
High degree of initiative and flexibility regarding work schedule.
Ability to set priorities and work on multiple projects regularly.
?Communication and other skills:
Excellent communication skills, oral, written and interpersonal.
Ability to read, analyze and advise on large quantities of material.
Problem solving skills; especially demonstrating creativity and innovation.
Internal Number: Req 1691
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