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The cost to post a job opening is only $30 and is due upon submission of the job postings form as you will be automatically directed to PayPal. OACUBO only accepts credit card payments for this service. Your posting will be listed on this web page within 5-7 days of receipt.

Current Job Postings

Financial Operations Manager

SCHOOL: Ohio University

LEVEL OF EDUCATION DESIRED: College or University

RESPONSIBILITIES:

    This position supports the mission of the Ohio Business Service Center by ensuring the accuracy and transparency of accounting processes and financial statements. Collaborates with Director of Financial Planning & Operations to support multi-year planning, budgeting, forecasting, and problem-solving.

    Duties include:

    Compiles data, analyses, and works with Director of Financial Planning & Operations and Planning Unit to develop budgets. Measures actual performance against budget throughout the annual planning process, identifies variances and trends, and prepares forecasts. Monitors expenditures and payroll distributions to ensure actuals are recorded in agreement with budget. Makes determinations on common good vs paid services and completes billings for paid services.

    Prepares complex journal entries monthly/quarterly/annually. These entries impact both balance sheet and income statement accounts. These entries require understanding of multiple subsystems and Oracle to acquire data. Creates and reviews financial statements, creates financial analyses and makes recommendations from the data. Conducts account reconciliations, to include sales tax, inventory, accounts receivables and payables.

    Collaborates with Business Service Center customers to provide information / analyses as needed. Works across departments to solve business problems.

    Serves on University Committees as requested. Maintains focus on continuous improvement and leveraging technology to improve processes.

    HOW TO APPLY:

    Position open until filled; for full consideration, please apply by June 10, 2022 at the following link: https://www.ohiouniversityjobs.com/postings/41749

    Financial Operations Analyst

    SCHOOL: Ohio University

    LEVEL OF EDUCATION DESIRED: College or University

    RESPONSIBILITIES:

      This position supports the mission of the Ohio Business Service Center by ensuring the accuracy and transparency of accounting processes and financial statements. Collaborates with Director of Financial Planning & Operations and Financial Operations Managers to support multi-year planning, budgeting, forecasting, and problem-solving.

      Duties include:

      Compiles data, analyses, and works with Director of Financial Planning & Operations, Senior Financial Analysts and Planning Unit to support development of budgets. Measures actual performance against budget throughout the annual planning process, identifies variances and trends, and prepares forecasts. Monitors expenditures and payroll distributions to ensure actuals are recorded in agreement with budget. Makes determinations on common good vs paid services and completes billings for paid services.

      Prepares complex journal entries monthly/quarterly/annually. These entries impact both balance sheet and income statement accounts. These entries require understanding of multiple subsystems and Oracle to acquire data. Creates and reviews financial statements, creates financial analyses and makes recommendations from the data. Conducts account reconciliations, to include sales tax, inventory, accounts receivables and payables.

      Collaborates with Business Service Center customers to provide information / analyses as needed. Works across departments to solve business problems.

      Serves on University Committees as requested. Maintains focus on continuous improvement and leveraging technology to improve processes.

      HOW TO APPLY:

      Position open until filled; for full consideration, please apply by June 10, 2022 at the following link: https://www.ohiouniversityjobs.com/postings/41748

      When prompted, please upload a cover letter highlighting your professional interests and qualifications related to the position, a current resume or CV, and a list of 3 professional references (current and prior supervisors preferred) including current contact information.

      Senior Planner

      SCHOOL: Ohio University

      LEVEL OF EDUCATION DESIRED: College or University

      RESPONSIBILITIES:

        Responsible for supporting campus planning functions for the University. Position will engage in a variety of projects related to higher education campus planning, programming, site studies, feasibility studies and urban design. The senior planner will work in a team-based environment with co-workers, clients, and user groups.

        Planning – Performs advanced professional work related to variety of planning assignments, including space and site planning, programming, feasibility analysis, development of alternatives, and analytics on the Main Campus and other University properties, as required. Makes recommendations to integrate into master plan, strategic plan and facilities planning issues. (Daily)

        Planning – Provides project management oversight for studies in accordance with University processes and strategic plan while mindful of State processes and guidelines and the design and construction process. Develops and leads complex planning studies and programming for short, mid, and long-term planning for space, site, facilities, transportation, capital projects, landscape, and infrastructure projects. Plans and develops short- and long-range programs and engages with leaders to promote and foster program success. Collects and applies data for planning related to long-term campus changes. Acts as the liaison between the customer, project and campus stakeholders, external constituents and leadership. (Weekly)

        Capital and Project Funding Strategies – Lead the development of budget, schedule, and interrelated project planning for assigned projects while mindful of the University’s capital investment priorities. This work involves developing long-term financial planning reports, project budget forecasts, and monitoring performance against budget for projects building an understanding of changes from planning to the implemented project.

        Planning Research – Conducts comprehensive research on project needs and industry trends and prepares reports on physical land use, facilities and space use, transportation plans, studies and analyses. Responds to various requests for reports and documentation concerning the functional use of facilities and space to assist University in short and long range planning. Collects and applies data for planning related to long-term campus changes. (Weekly)

        Planning – Prepares proposals for and works with outside planning firms for projects as necessary. (As needed)

        Planning – Reviews and processes complex comprehensive plan amendments, zonings, annexations, site plans, plats, etc. Verifies that proposed projects are in compliance with the University’s design standards and Campus Master Plan and/or the University’s Landscape Master Plan.

        People – Acts as a mentor to junior planners to provide guidance and share expertise. Works with senior leaders, University departments and personnel, and external constituencies to strategize, plan, and implement major facilities-related programs and projects. Reviews and directs the work of team members, including Planner position as well as a staff of student interns who assist with space planning, updates to space and building information and drawings; collaborates with staff from other Units including Architecture Design & Construction as well as Facilities.

        Successful candidate must have expert knowledge and expertise in concepts and practices of Urban Planning, Space Management, architecture, construction and/or facilities management. Candidate must also be able to travel to multiple work sites and meetings on and off the Athens campus.

        HOW TO APPLY:

        Position open until filled; for full consideration, please apply by 06/07/22 at the following link: https://www.ohiouniversityjobs.com/postings/41443

        When prompted, please upload a cover letter highlighting your professional interests and qualifications related to the position, a current resume or CV, and a list of 3 professional references (current and prior supervisors preferred) including current contact information.

        Director of Budget and Financial Planning

        SCHOOL: Oberlin College

        LEVEL OF EDUCATION DESIRED: College or University

        RESPONSIBILITIES:

          The Office of Finance at Oberlin College and Conservatory seeks applications for the position of Director of Budget and Financial Planning is a full-time, continuing 12-month Administrative and Professional Staff (A&PS) that reports to the Associate Vice President for Finance.

          The Director of Budget and Financial Planning has primary responsibilities that include developing, organizing and performing budget activities, data extraction and analysis, and internal and external reporting duties; ensuring compliance with budgeting processes and procedures; and implementing financial forecasting and modeling techniques.

          HOW TO APPLY:

          Please apply online at: https://jobs.oberlin.edu/postings/11818

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