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Desired Industry: Education/Teaching/Training SpiderID: 82701
Desired Job Location: Webster, New York Date Posted: 8/5/2020
Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent Availability Date:
Desired Wage: 125000
U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
Job Level: Executive (President, VP, CEO) Willing to Travel: Yes, 25-50%
Highest Degree Attained: Masters Willing to Relocate: Yes


Objective:
Growth-driven and conscientious chief financial officer, with career-long record of success in optimizing financial operations and ensuring efficient coordination of internal controls and processes.


Experience:
Mansfield University, Mansfield, PA
Vice President for Finance and Administration May 2020–Present
Provide hands-on oversight, policy direction, and strategic leadership to all financial aspects of university operations, encompassing annual budget allocation, overall financial decision making, and staff supervision
Build and maintain collaboration with different units and university leaders in instituting the mission, vision, and strategic plan as well as internal and external policy
Efficiently act as representative to the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education on finance-related matters as well as liaison to the College Community Services, Inc., which includes Student Government and the Bookstore, The Mountie Den
Career Highlight:
Spearheaded the development and implementation of the university’s comprehensive Sustainability Plan, aimed to turn around years of deficits with a projected return to profitability within two years

Corning Community College, Corning, NY
Vice President of Administrative Services | Chief Financial Officer Jun 2019–May 2020
Strategized and closely monitored the financial and business aspects of the college, along with budget planning, internal control, and contract administration for its information technology, institutional research, public safety, and physical facilities
Blended critical thinking and expert decision-making skills in guiding the creation of long-range financial models and fiscal solutions, as well as development of public-private partnerships
Cultivated solid relationships between the college and the community through different advocacies and collaborative efforts
Imparted expert business and financial advice and recommendations to ensure efficient management of resources and alignment of the college with set financial strategic objectives
Career Highlights:
Played integral roles as chairman of the Emergence Response Team accountable for bringing FEMA training to the campus and ongoing comprehensive emergency plan initiatives as well as co-chairperson of the college’s Clearance Committee that joined multiple departments together to improve services provided to students
Drove enrollment increase through creative input during recruitment huddles as well as boosted staff morale
Enabled development of accurate enrollment projection per semester by restructuring the enrollment model
Optimized student service levels by initiating the transfer of the Student Accounts Office closer to the Financial Aid Office

Eugenio Maria de Hostos Charter School, Rochester, NY
Chief Financial Officer | Chief Operations Officer Apr 2017–Jun 2019
Took full responsibility for financial status reporting and cash flow planning, while guaranteeing funds availability
Ensured accuracy in accomplishing balance sheet to ensure sufficient funding for future finances
Strategically planned and directed all aspects of cash, investment, and asset management activities, as well as banking relationships
Supported the development of operations and business plans by creating predictive models and activity-based financial analysis
Thoroughly reviewed results to evaluate financial performance, provide corrective actions, and reduce impact of variances
Kept keen supervision and monitoring to departmental budgets, as well as formulation of financial business plans and forecasts
Contributed vision and key insights throughout policy development and implementation
Partnered with the Finance Committee of the board of trustees in establishing short-, medium-, and long-term financial plans and projections
Rendered oversight to all financial responsibility for several multimillion-dollar grants
Career Highlight:
Succeeded in achieving two consecutive records of financial performance with a single audit

Monroe Community College Association, Inc., Rochester, NY
Finance Manager and Treasurer Jan 2013–Apr 2017
Oversaw financial operations of MCC bookstores, residence halls, athletics, student association, orientation and graduation, and child care center as the chief financial manager and treasurer for the organization
Steered key efforts toward obtaining a published credit rating (S&P) indication for the association and administered the distribution of new bonds to reduce interest rate risk
Established positive coordination among departments to improve flow of information
Maintained collaboration with the Board of Directors, Finance Committee, and Operations and Personnel Committee to facilitate periodic presentation of financial results
Career Highlights:
Conceptualized various cost-saving initiatives; instituted online payment solutions for numerous business units; as well as structured financial tracking and reporting processes for more than 200 projects and all business units
Generated operating budget for student fees, merit schedules, revenue targets, gross margins, and housing and child care rates, approved by the Board of Director for 2016 to 2017
Efficiently accomplished the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) anti-money laundering audit

St. Louis Community, Pittsford, NY
Finance Director Jan 2012–Jan 2013
Administered the financial aspects of operations for the St. Louis campus, including St. Louis Church, St. Louis School, and Saints Place
Offered strategic leadership executing financial stewardship in the formulation of long-range plans and initiatives
Oversaw all aspects of administrative systems supporting the organization, as well as the implementation of contracts and maintenance of pertinent records
Acted a key resource person for staff, committees, and organizations with regard to finance matters guaranteeing strict adherence to policies and procedures

Stanford University, School of Medicine, Palo Alto, CA
Director of Business and Finance, Office of Facilities Planning and Management May 2011–Jan 2012
Proactively managed the preparation of annual capital plan of $120M, long-range financial forecast, net present value (NPV) calculation of lease forecasts, and annual operating budget of $80M, including the capital projects
Created and communicated overall cash flow projections associated with capital plans
Administered all facets of all leased real estate with 600,000 gross square feet
Designed and deployed tools and metrics for proper financial tracking and monthly, quarterly, and annual reporting
Supervised financial analysts and operational staff in support of the department and university’s mission

Rochester Institute of Technology, Facilities Management Services, Rochester, NY
Director of Financial Services, Office of Budget and Planning Services Jul 2001–May 2011
Led financial control efforts of all operating units within the department of 250 staff with a $35M operations budget and a multimillion capital projects budget
Thoroughly assessed accounting process and formulated plans to maximize service delivery at reduced cost, while identifying function improvement, conducting special research, developing new process, and interacting with internal and external departments for procedural change execution
Closely oversaw overall financial and accounting operations, including construction initiatives, funding source construction management, and project requests and accruals, while accepting all capital construction and operations contracts with maximum amount of $500K
Drafted management reports, involving reimbursement reconciliation, capital project summaries, performance statistics and monthly department expense, and projections for internal and external use
Implemented and modified internal control procedures, such as the Sarbanes-Oxley requirements
Organized monthly capital equipment statements with expenditures and encumbrances, while tracking continual account activities to guarantee department’s capital plan implementation
Set and deployed strategies for institutional cost allocation for utilities, insurance, transportation, and facilities services
Administered all university’s vehicle fleet of more than 100 vehicles, while modifying revenue recognition process for parking permits

Earlier Career

Manager of Accounting Services Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, NY

Controller and Network Administrator Fresnel Optics, Rochester, NY

Senior Financial Planning and Business Analyst Unisys Corporation, Rochester, NY

Director of Fiscal and Information Systems Kirkhaven Senior Living, Rochester, NY


Education:
Master of Business Administration, St. John Fisher College  Rochester, NY
Bachelor of Science in Accounting, State University of New York - Empire State College  Rochester, NY


Affiliations:
Institute of Management Accountants
SUNY Community College Business Officers Association


Skills:
Financial Analysis and Planning ▪ Internal Controls and Policy Development ▪ Financial Modeling and Budgeting
Capital Expenditure Assessment ▪ Risk Identification and Management ▪ Cost and Expense Projection
Regulatory Compliance and Assurance ▪ Process and Efficiency Improvement


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