The Senior Director of IT Finance Planning & Analysis supervises staff and manages the daily operations of all financial and business-related responsibilities for the Information Technology Department (ITD). The IT Financial Senior Director plans, directs, organizes, coordinates, and manages a broad range of financial and business management services for ITD.
* Partner with members of the ITD management team on innovative fiscal business solutions. * Direct, coordinate and manage development of revenue, expense and capital budgets, including short and long-range financial and business planning as it relates to ITD's lines of business. * Train, develop, and supervise 2 or more financial and administrative staff. * Oversee preparation of fiscal reports and analyses involving financial projections, available resources and prospective changes in programs; develop special financial models and analysis tools; conduct analyses; and advise on changes as appropriate. * Oversee preparation of financial statements and other schedules for GSUSA non-profit annual state audit. * Coordinate and oversee accounting, payroll, purchasing, contracts and other business management functions and services, in concert with the GSUSA's Finance Department. * Ensure that business practices are reflective of direction governed by GSUSA policy, ordinances and applicable laws. * Work with upper management to establish key business metrics, forecast results, and create a robust reporting platform. * Review individual IT segment budgets and forecasts and perform analyses to determine variance in results.
* 7-10 years of experience in a finance, business management, project management, accounting, budgeting, fiscal policy analysis or related field, with experience in the public or nonprofit sector. * Ability to partner with members of the management team to recommend effective solutions to meet the business objectives while staying within the current GSUSA/ITD guidelines and policies. * Experience in developing and monitoring revenue, expense and capital budgets, financial forecasts and revenues, preferably for a public or nonprofit entity with fund accounting. * Knowledge of financial systems/applications and ability to use systems to meet business needs. * Knowledge of non-profit organizations including financial reporting. * A strong focus on continuous improvement and knowing the most effective and efficient processes to get things done. * Ability to conduct complex administrative studies, analyze processes and issues, and develop recommendations for improvement or resolution. * Bachelors degree from an accredited four-year college or university with a degree in Finance, Accounting, Business or related field; Or an equivalent combination of education, experience and training that provides the required knowledge, skills and abilities will be considered.
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