The Assistant Dean for Finance and Administration reports to the Dean and is a confidential management position responsible for providing broad leadership and management of financial planning and administrative services for the School.
Under general supervision of the Dean, provide assistance on matters that are sensitive or complex in nature and requires a high level of analytical skill, independence and initiative in execution and implementation. Assist with the management of the Dean’s communication including communicating and consulting with the Dean on internal and eternal administrative and policy matters requiring action ad facilitates their execution for resolution, manage and coordinate special projects of the Dean’s Office. Coordinate travel arrangements.
Under general direction of the Senior Assistant Dean of Student Affairs, manage the operation of the Office of Academic & Student Services. Design, propose and implement programs, policies and procedures affecting student enrollment, program management, leadership development, international programs, consulting center and academic advising. Develop and direct workload objectives, priorities and goals for unit.
Under the general direction of the Senior Assistant Dean for Strategy and Finance, support the development and achievement of the Graduate School of Management’s goals and objectives by providing accurate, relevant and timely information to senior management that is based upon thorough review and analysis.Responsible for all fiscal affairs, financial forecasting and planning, financial controls, financial analytics, annual and multi-year financial and budget planning, expense management, operating plan variance analysis, working capital (cash flow analysis and man
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