Under the general direction of the Syracuse University Budget Director, the Associate Director will assist in all functions of the Budget & Planning Office.
The Associate Director will assume responsibility for the University budget and its financial performance, overall fiscal management, and reporting.
The Associate Director will assist in managing and evaluating the overall planning and coordination of the University's budget to ensure compliance with sound budgeting and accounting best practices, applicable policies, procedures, regulations and statutes, and assist in the development and institution of fiscal or budgetary policy and procedural changes.
The Associate Director will assist in all aspects of administering, developing, monitoring, and allocating central and unit current and long range financial plans that reflect the University's strategic goals and mission. They will provide expert analysis, projections, and cost-benefit solutions to financial issues.
The Associate Director will develop financial models to help leadership assess fiscal merits of new initiatives and support business decisions, locally and sometimes on a global scale. The Associate Director maintains administrative control over the budget allocations and expenditures of the University's Budget for all non-research funds.
Specifically, the Associate Director is responsible for planning and management of areas of the University budget such as Employee Fringe Benefits, Facilities, including Capital Renewal Projects, Centers, including Athletics, the Dome Stadium, Housing, Food Services and Parking Services, and select Administrative Support Services. Responsibilities also include managing a team of budget analysts.
Working as a team with another Associate Director and the Senior Associate Director, is responsible for updates, maintenance, and reporting of the University's budget plan, which is contained in the University's Hyperion Budget and Planning system.
Internal Number: 78730
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The University is also a vital part of the community, providing services as well as being a leader in employee benefits, work-life and organizational development, training, student employment, staff relations, and workforce diversity.
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