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Frederick Community College
Frederick, Maryland, United States
(on-site)
24 days ago
Job Type
Full-Time
Job Duration
Indefinite
Min Experience
5-7 Years
Min Education
4 Year Degree
Required Travel
0-10%
Salary - Type
Yearly Salary
Job Function
Executive/VP

Description

***Please read the position profile for a full description of the position***

At Frederick Community College (FCC), our aim is transformation through education. The skills, training, competencies, and education we provide ensure that our graduates are able to equitably participate in our society, our economy and our democracy. The BIG goal is to help students live the lives they want to lead. The impact we make is profound and extends beyond the individuals we serve, reaching families, the larger community, the state, and the world. And it all starts with having the right people, in the right positions, with the right skills and abilities, doing the right things right.

The Chief Financial Officer and Vice President for Administration (CFO/VPA), reporting directly to the President, is the College’s senior financial officer, oversees the daily administrative operations of the College and serves as a strategic thought partner to the President. The CFO/VPA is a contributing member of the College’s senior leadership team and effectively works within a highly-collaborative, interdependent, matrix organization. The CFO/VPA oversees an annual operating budget in excess of $60 million.

The CFO/VPA embodies principles of ethical and accountable leadership, strategic decision making, and collaboration with campus constituents to ensure the institution is positioned to meet its financial and operational goals. For this critical position, FCC is seeking a strategic leader who has the vision to anticipate, and respond to, the challenges and opportunities in higher education in general, and community college education in particular. The new CFO/VPA will understand the importance of integrating FCC goals throughout all reporting units and will have a track record of evincing positive outcomes. The new CFO/VPA will be a values-aligned leader who is excited by the holistic, student-centered mission of the College and understands how to leverage institutional resources, practices, and policies in service of its strategic directions.

This position requires a systems thinker who can assess current policies and processes to ensure FCC is modeling best practices and find innovative uses of resources and technology to strengthen essential College administrative functions, and advance strategies for campus maintenance, improvement, and space utilization.

They must have the communication and leadership skills to successfully connect with a wide range of highly-engaged stakeholders and cultivate relationships based on mutual trust and respect to help shape the College's future through strong fiscal stewardship as FCC enters the next exciting phase of its history. The CFO/VPA will keep abreast of new developments and maintain a creative and receptive attitude toward change, while supporting continuous improvement of operations and services consistent with the College’s commitment to student success.

As the leader of a large team, the CFO/VPA will be a strong and supportive manager, modeling a culture of accountability, openness, high-quality service, and transparency, while establishing processes and structures that best utilize and support the expertise of their strong leadership team. They will focus on developing a highperformance culture by using all the planning and performance management processes of the College—strategy development, annual budgeting, resource allocation, and periodic performance reviews—as opportunities to set and reinforce behaviors consistent with the College’s stated strategy and performance expectations. The CFO/VPA sets a tone of transparency and candor, forming trusting relationships in all directions: with the President, department/team leaders, other functional leaders, regulators, and the Board of Trustees.

The CFO/VPA is responsible for providing direct leadership, management, and supervision of the following functional teams:

  • Auxiliaries (Food Services, Bookstore, Children’s Center)
  • Finance
  • Public Safety
  • Plant Operations
  • Procurement
  • Capital Planning


Requirements

REQUIRED MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

  1. A Bachelor’s degree (a Master’s degree is preferred) in an appropriate discipline (e.g., business administration, public administration, accounting, finance) from a regionally accredited college or university.
  2. Five (5) or more years of demonstrated progressive senior management experience in leading effective finance and administrative operations in a complex organization.

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS

  1. At least five (5) years of successful experience in financial and operational management, including overseeing an organization’s overall financial health; configuring and managing financial systems and business processes; ensuring compliance and ethical practices; guiding strategic planning; and providing financial forecasting, modeling, and reporting.
  2. Proven ability to (A) provide sound financial counsel to executive leadership through thorough knowledge of financial best practices and legal requirements and (B) form trusting relationships with the President, the College community, regulators, community partners, and the Board of Trustees through integrity, transparency, and candor.
  3. Demonstrated ability to work effectively and collaboratively as a high-performing senior leadership team member in a fast-paced, excellence-oriented, student-dedicated environment.
  4. Evidence of systems thinking applied to College policies and processes to ensure they model best practices and incorporate resources and technology effectively to strengthen essential functions and advance strategies for ongoing process improvements.
  5. Experience managing effective functional teams responsible for budget and accounting; purchasing; auxiliary services; grants, contracts, external funds; public safety; plant operations and maintenance; and capital planning.
  6. Evidence of a leadership style characterized by openness, transparency, and high-quality service, with the proven ability to empower and coach employees to work effectively and efficiently with high levels of engagement and accomplishment.
  7. Demonstrated excellent written and oral communication skills with the capability to convey complex budget information to a wide range of constituencies in a concise and easily understood manner.
  8. Demonstrated cross-cultural skills and a commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion.
  9. Advanced industry-related credentials in such areas as Certified Management Accountant (CMA) and Certified Corporate Financial Planning and Analysis Professional (FPAC), and prior experience working with Governmental Accounting Standards Board (GASB) standards.
Job ID: 72840043

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