Associate Dean, Resource Planning and Compliance
New York University - New York, NY

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For over 45 years, the Tisch School of the Arts has drawn on the vast resources of New York City, New York University and the global arts community to create an extraordinary training ground for artists, scholars of the arts, and creative entrepreneurs. Tisch undergraduates study in a spirited, risk-taking environment that combines the professional training of a conservatory with the liberal arts education of a major research university. Graduate students work intensively with senior faculty members in small, highly focused departments as colleagues-in-training.

The Tisch School of the Arts enrolls 4,000 students in 17 programs and departments, offering BFA, MFA, MA, MPS and PhD degrees through four major institutes - the Maurice Kanbar Institute of Film and Television, the Skirball Center for New Media, the Institute of Performing Arts, and the Clive Davis Institute of Recorded Music, the Department of Art & Public Policy, and a degree granting campus in Singapore. Additionally, the School offers spring and summer programs for high school students and courses and minors to non-majors from all over New York University. A new MFA degree program comes on board this fall. Tisch is part of NYU's Globally Networked University and students can take advantage of a vast array of international learning opportunities in Europe, Asia, Africa, and Latin America, often in association with some of the world's leading cultural and educational institutions.

Reporting to the Dean, and guided by priorities identified by the Dean, this key leadership position is responsible for the School's resource planning and compliance through the development of strategic planning and business analysis initiatives, and the oversight of the delivery of financial, budget and human resource support services, and other initiatives for the Tisch School of the Arts and its many departments in the United States and abroad. Working in collaboration with other school senior leadership: this position assists in the development of the School's enrollment strategies and targets and monitors performance; collaborates with School and faculty leadership to develop the School's annual Academic Plan and ensure that administrative and financial resources are available in support of the plan; develops and enforces School-wide and university policies and procedures; and, establishes training programs to ensure that employees are fully informed of University policy and procedures. This position serves as a member of the Dean's senior leadership team.

This position serves as the School's principal liaison to the University's Budget, Finance, and Human Resources offices. Prepares required monthly and quarterly reports to keep the Dean and NYU Offices of Budget and Finance fully apprised of the health and well-being of the School, and ensures compliance with University policies and procedures.

Qualifications/Required Education:
Master's degree in Business Administration, Public Administration or related field

Preferred Education:
Required Experience:
10 years' progressively responsible experience as head of financial operations within a university or similar setting. Demonstrated experience should include overseeing financial, human resources, program management, capital resource planning and development, forecasting, and staff supervision in a complex organization.

Preferred Experience:
Required Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities: (include unique competencies, certification, licenses, etc.):

In-depth knowledge of a broad range of financial management principles and best practices, fiscal compliance, and related issues. Proven ability to plan and implement long-term strategies for managing complex financial systems and resources. Excellent written and oral communication skills, interpersonal skills and attention to detail in a high volume environment. Ability to effectively communicate financial information in writing and through presentations. Demonstrated integrity and professionalism.

Preferred Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities: (include unique competencies, certification, licenses, etc.):

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