| Essential Functions: JOB PURPOSEReporting to the Sr. Associate Vice President, Budgets, Planning & Fiscal Operations, the Assistant Vice President, Treasury is responsible for leading treasury operations, investments, debt administration, cash management, and endowment management. Oversee the Outsourced Chief Investment Officer (OCIO) relationship. Ensure financial transactions, policies, and procedures are compliant with applicable regulations and meet University needs and objectives. Provides leadership to the Office of Treasury Services. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONSOversee all aspects of cash management including cash pool investments, liquidity, cash flow projections and reporting. Maintain ongoing relationships with banks and other financial institutions. Lead debt issuance and debt administration activities. Oversee debt structure decisions, debt reporting, debt advisor, board related communications, debt issuance bond documents and other materials for external parties (e.g. credit rating agencies, auditors, potential investors) etc. Oversee IRS and SEC bond related activities. Manage the relationship with credit rating agencies, bond underwriters and bond counsels.Support the University Foundation Board and Investment Committee. Work with the external investment consultant and investment managers on the investment management and administration of the endowment portfolio. Review practices and procedures to ensure best practices. Oversee the preparation of detailed meeting materials, reports and analyses of endowment and other invested funds. Work collaboratively with the Office of General Counsel to review and negotiate investment related contracts and agreements. Lead the Office of Treasury Services through the preparation of timely and accurate reports and analyses; reviewing and developing key financial processes to ensure compliance and integrity; create and implement policies and procedures where necessary.Provide consultative analysis, advice, and reports to University Leadership. Provide overall leadership and direction to staff including hiring, promotions, terminations, disciplinary procedures, salary adjustments, ongoing performance feedback, goal setting, and development plans etc.Other duties as assigned.|
Qualifications: EDUCATIONMaster's degree from an accredited an accredited college of university required. An advanced degree in finance, MBA, or related field preferred. EXPERIENCEA minimum of 10 years of experience in treasury operations, cash management, debt, investment management at large, complex organizations. At least five years' experience managing units and people within treasury operations. Higher education experience preferred. KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIESSolid technical skills and knowledge in the areas of treasury operations, debt, and investment management. Certified Financial Analyst (CFA) or Certified Treasury Professional (CTP) is a plus. Proven ability to provide consultative leadership in a dynamic environment. Demonstrated success in attracting, developing, and mentoring a team of professionals. Ability to anticipate and provide information and appropriate analysis needed to support executive decision-making. An approach that inspires trust and confidence through actions that demonstrate integrity, transparency, and a strong work ethic. Knowledge of investment and debt GASB/FASB accounting & reporting requirements preferred.