The following position reporting to Laurie Antolovic, Deputy Chief Information Officer, is being
posted externally. If interested, you must apply online at https://jobs.iu.edu/
Refer to job number #10121.
Serves as key adviser to the Vice President and the associate vice presidents and directors on business and financial matters. Performs research and analysis; formulates plans, and makes recommendations to the VP on university-wide strategic initiatives.
Leads or oversees the development of strategic and operational business and financial plans; and works with VPIT cabinet and directors to identify, allocate and approve financing for human and capital resources for large-scale, enterprise projects and strategic initiatives.
Directs the activities of the University Information Technology Services (UITS) Finance Office to include accounts payable/receivable, payroll, grant/contract accounting, capital assets, travel, and financial analysis and reporting. Oversees professional and support staff fully trained in functional areas and support services; and ensures compliance with organizational and institutional policies as well as government regulations and legal standards.
Develops, recommends, and oversees policies and procedures for expenditures within the responsibility center, including but not limited to, cell phone/internet pay, travel/training reimbursement, etc. Oversees the formulation, design, and implementation of information systems, processes, and procedures to ensure that resources are expended according to approved business plans and budgets.
Oversees the operation of the OVPIT Finance Office; and serves as primary contact on fiscal matters for the Office of the Vice President with university and campus administrators, other university and campus units, external funding agencies and other industry partners. Formulates and implements annual operating budget guidelines and instructions for OVPIT; oversees the rate setting process for chargeback services; and interprets institutional guidelines for application across multiple charts/campuses. Serves on a variety of committees to represent the financial needs and direction of a large, complex organization.
REQUIRED: Bachelor's degree in a related field, ten years of progressive experience in a financial management position and five years of management experience.
Demonstrated analytical and problem-solving skills with excellent verbal, listening and written communication skills; and excellent financial, planning and negotiation skills.
Preferred: MBA or Master's degree in related field; experience in higher education; experience in planning and developing systems for managing data and finances for large, complex organizations.
Other: The Indiana University Office of the Vice President for Information Technology and Chief Information Officer and its operating organization, University Information Technology Services, provides a comprehensive suite of information technology services to all campuses of Indiana University. With an all campus annual budget approaching $150M comprised of general funds, student technology fees, external contracts and grants, special state appropriations and auxiliary funds, the organization.s Enterprise Software, Learning Technologies, Research Technologies, Networks, Client Services and Support, Enterprise Infrastructure divisions and the Pervasive Technology Institute touches the daily lives of students, faculty and staff.
Indiana University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Employment institution.