Indiana University - Capital Planning & Facilities
Location: Bloomington or Indianapolis, Indiana
Type: Full Time
Required Education: 4 Year Degree
Internal Number: 297111
Work with senior and executive leadership to support financial and procurement decisions and ensure alignment with overall missions, strategic goals, CPF directive and objectives. Oversee and direct financial activities including compliance, reporting, budgeting, receiving, and billing. Financial and procurement oversight for all construction projects, all campus state and student Repair and Rehabilitation Fee Revenue accounts, Bloomington Facility Operations, and IU Real Estate.
Evaluate new initiatives for compliance to financial policies, establishment of efficient procedures, and financial impact. Plan, direct and coordinate the activities of staff. Oversee establishment of all rates for Facilities Operations, Construction and Real Estate. Work in conjunction with other university and CPF staff to evaluate budget and financial processes and procedures, recommend changes to ensure accuracy, timeliness, and compliance to state and federal regulations related to CPF financial activities; University policies and guidelines; departmental goals and objectives. Consult with senior CPF leaders and team leads in planning and execution of capital projects. Prepare and analyze financial reports to guide planning for annual Capital Finance account budget.
Responsible for supporting the procurement function related to capital projects, construction, renovations and facility operations projects system-wide in CPF. Provides strategic direction to CPF staff and leadership and ensures compliance with contracts, university policies, and federal, state and other laws and regulations. Routinely consult, discuss and evaluate current and future procurement needs with CPF stakeholders and provide guidance related to procurement types (ie: public, CMC, invitational, joc, etc). Manage key stakeholder relationships by coordinating complex and critical implementations and service delivery for strategically sourced categories, services or suppliers.
Functional leadership and oversight for all Capital Finance, Operational Finance and Procurement Services staff (25+). Work with university financial systems to analyze and develop new procedures for new releases, provide input on operational objectives and systems enhancements, perform testing and feedback on new system releases and support strong Business Intelligence functions.
Act as campus and university representative in financial discussions as assigned with UA administrative offices including, but not limited to, quarterly reviews and rate setting. Works with CPF Staff, campus fiscal units and university fiscal units to ensure compliance to policy and our common goals. Lead team on collaborative efforts with capital assets and university accounting to ensure the integrity of the university’s financial statements.
Required Qualifications: Bachelor's Degree in finance, business, or related field with 5 or more years related functional experience to include 3 or more years of management experience. Combinations of related education and experience may be considered.
About Indiana University - Capital Planning & Facilities
The Capital Planning & Facilities (CPF) division of Indiana University works to ensure that all Indiana University campuses are beautiful, functional, and sustainable by supporting excellence in teaching, learning, research, and community engagement across the entire university. The Support Resources unit provides a wide range of services that support the work of units within Capital Planning and Facilities—from financial analysis and human resources to information technology and procurement.
At CPF, we believe diversity, equity, and inclusion are inseparable from our mission to create campuses and communities that keep our faculty, staff and students feeling safe, supported and included. CPF Cares about each individual and the unique background and capabilities they bring to our team. It is through these diverse experiences and perspectives that we will thrive in the future as a team that actively represents Indiana University’s commitment to diversity and equity.