1) Manage the overall finances of the Smart Museum, including annual budget and capital expenditures.
2) Plan and implement major strategic initiatives associated with the Museumâ™s growth in the next five years as guided by senior leadership at the Museum and the University.
3) With Development, maintain accurate financial documentation for grants administration to ensure compliance with Smart Museum policies and goals.
4) Mentor a high-quality team to shape and deliver on ambitious goals associated with Museum growth while also valuing a positive work culture at the Museum.
5) Model and uphold inclusive modes of communication and recordkeeping to support the day-to-day operations of the Smart Museum.
6) Provide oversight and guidance to staff on the full range of the Museumâ™s human resources and administrative areas.
7) Facilitate projects that require the application of independent judgment/interpretation of policies/practices; act as a resource and train administrative team members.
8) Consistently demonstrate resourcefulness in the completion of multiple projects; work independently on complex or high impact assignments which require the regular use of creativity and understanding of operational impact; troubleshoot complex service/support problems for all levels of staff/management.
9) Exercise independent judgement and work under limited guidance due to previous experience/breadth and depth of knowledge of administrative processes; work is guided by standard policies/practices.
10) Proactively identify solutions to create greater efficiencies.
1) Exceptional oral and written communication skills; comfortable with a consultative approach to interacting with employees. 2) Strategic thinking; resourceful and pro-active problem-solver and critical thinker. 3) Confidentiality is essential - capable of handling all employment information and issues with absolute discretion. 4) Diplomatic and customer service based approach to interacting with colleagues and others. 5) Manage interpersonal relationships and interact/communicate with clarity, tact and courtesy with patrons, staff, faculty, students and others. 6) Identify priorities; recognize and resolve or refer problems. 7) Work effectively as a part of a team. 8) Excellent interpersonal skills. 9) Experience with Microsoft Office, particularly Excel and Word. 10) Familiarity with University systems including ACCTS, PETS, Business Objects, Griffin, FAS Online, Buysite, Workday, GEMS, Delphi and Onbase systems.
1) Bachelorâ™s degree in business, finance, or a related field.
1) Three years of experience in Human Resources, Operations, or Finance. 2) Experience in higher education.
Required Documents 1) Resume 2) Cover Letter 3) Professional References Contact Information
NOTE: When applying, all required documents MUST be uploaded under the Resume/CV section of the application.
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