Rappahannock Community College (RCC), a two-campus institution serving a rural and diverse 12-county area in the Chesapeake Bay region of Virginia seeks applicants for Vice President of Finance and Administrative Services. This position is an administrative faculty appointment. Excellent benefits package; anticipated hiring range for this position is $98,930 to $115,000, commensurate with experience. Immediate appointment. Reporting to the College President, the Vice President of Finance and Administrative Services serves as chief business and financial officer for the College. Plans, manages, and directs financial planning and reporting, business operations, physical plant operations and maintenance, and campus safety and security. Facilitates and coordinates college financial and administrative operations with other functional areas of the College, and provides supervision and leadership to the associated staff. Serves on the Presidentâs Executive Staff providing support for: leadership, College goals and values, strategic initiatives and planning, and institutional development. Provides liaison with the RCC Educational Foundation, Virginia Community College System offices, state agencies, federal agencies, local governments, and other external organizations. Serves as staff resource for the Local College Board and Board committees; participates in and provides leadership for College committees. Financial Management - Provides guidance and direction for the financial operations of the college inclusive of all funding sources. Manages and supervises financial planning and analysis, financial administration of grants, and the financial administration of capital outlay and maintenance projects; manages the College budget process and the implementation and monitoring of the college financial operating plan; directly responsible for the budget of and expenditure for financial and administrative services; ensures adherence to generally accepted accounting principles and practices; implements and maintains appropriate accounting and financial records and systems; ensures financial integrity through appropriate internal controls; responds to audits of college financial and administrative operations and develops corrective actions for deficiencies; provides guidance on cash management and investment practices; develops and analyzes revenue and cost information and provides recommendations on the effective and efficient utilization of college financial resources; provides and interprets budget and financial information for College management, Local College Board and Board committees, and external agencies. Business Operations â Oversees and directs the College Business Office to include cashiering, accounts receivable, auxiliary enterprises, contract administration, leases, purchasing, insurance, inventory management, forms management, mail and telephone services; ensures that business operations maximize and protect college resources; ensures compliance with legal and contractual requirements; plans, develops, and implements policies, procedures, and programs to achieve an effective business operations system. Ensures an effective and productive partnership with VCCSâs Shared Services Center (SSC) in support of the Collegeâs financial operations. Buildings and Grounds/Physical Plant â Oversees the management of the Collegeâs physical plant operations (two main campuses and three remote sites) to include custodial services, building construction and maintenance, grounds maintenance, maintenance reserve and capital outlay construction projects, transportation and fleet management, and space planning and utilization. Ensures that college facilities and equipment are protected through an effective preventive maintenance program; plans, develops, and implements policies, procedures, and programs to achieve an effective physical plant operation and protect college resources; develops maintenance reserve and capital outlay plans and budgets, including the Collegeâs master facilities plan. Administration and Campus Safety & Security â Develops and maintains the Collegeâs Continuity of Operations Plan (COOP), Emergency Operations Plan (EOP), and Occupant Emergency Action Plan. Serves as the Collegeâs incident commander in emergency situations. Co-Chairs the Collegeâs Threat Assessment Team (TAT) and maintains relationships with local law enforcement and emergency responders. Additional Information â This position is being filled as part of a leadership succession plan. The initial focus will be exclusively devoted to the operational transformation of the Collegeâs Business Office. This will include streamlining operational processes, identifying uses of technology to improve productivity, enhancing internal and external financial reporting, developing a staffing plan commensurate with improved workflows, and effectively leveraging the Collegeâs operational relationship with VCCSâs Shared Services Center (SSC). This position will maintain a schedule on both the Warsaw and Glenns campuses. The Warsaw campus is located in the Northern Neck area of the service region within commuting distance to Richmond, Fredericksburg and surrounding areas. The Glenns campus is in the Middle Peninsula and is within commuting distance to the Richmond, Williamsburg and Hampton Roads areas.
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About Rappahannock Community College
Rappahannock Community College (RCC) is a two-year public institution of higher education in the Virginia Community College System (VCCS). Established in 1971 as a comprehensive community college, RCC serves the residents of Essex, Gloucester, King and Queen, King George, King William, Lancaster, Mathews, Middlesex, New Kent, Northumberland, Richmond, and Westmoreland counties with quality, accessible, and affordable educational opportunities.