Trinity Valley Community College
Vice President of Administrative Services & CFO
Full-time
Trinity Valley Community College
Trinity Valley Community College
100 Cardinal Dr.
75751 Athens , TX
Responsibilities Include: 

Serve as official spokesperson to the President for areas of responsibility.  Provide management oversight of fiscal and treasury affairs, the business office, human resources and policy administration, the bookstore, vending services, mail services, inventory control, transportation, logistics insurance, purchasing, and contracts.  Oversee the establishment, supervision, and maintenance of appropriate systems for finance, accounting, grant compliance, internal control, purchasing, and budgetary control.  Manage the budget development process for the college. Perform and analyze revenue and expenditure projections.  Monitor and review budgets to help ensure that departments do not overspend budget allocations.  Supervise the preparation of and provide general oversight of budgets in areas of responsibility.  Monitor cash flow to maintain necessary operating cash balances.  Serve as college liaison to external auditors in preparation of annual financial audit.  Prepare financial statements and annual financial report.  Attendboard of trustees meetings monthly.  Present monthly financial reports to the board at each board meeting.  Coordinate the ad valorem tax rate development process for the college.  Serve as the investment officer of the college, investing college funds prudently and in accordance with investment policy; and managing banking relationships, depository contracts, and other related banking activities including the establishment and maintenance of bank accounts and authority to designate account signatories. Assist in the structuring and analysis of debt management and issuance of bonds through quantitative and qualitative evaluation of financing proposals, cash flows, and bond documents.  Serve as Board Treasurer of Trinity Valley Community College Foundation, including serving as the liaison with the Foundation’s third party investment advisory and other duties as designated in the Foundation bylaws.  Oversee the accounting and financial reporting activities of the Foundation.  Assign and delegate work activities, projects, andprograms, monitor work flow, review and evaluate work products, methods, and procedures.  Assist with the continued development and design of the college’s integrated financial information computing/technology systems.  Recommend to the president the employment, assignment, and dismissal of personnel in areas of responsibility.  Work assigned schedule and comply with timekeeping policy.  Maintain confidentiality of information.  Other duties as assigned by appropriate supervisory personnel.

Education/Experience: 

Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting or Business Administration with Accounting major, Master’s Degree in Business Administration or related field or Certified Public Accountant license required.  Ten years’ experience in accounting, finance and internal control required.  Experience in higher education administration preferred.

Special Skills/Abilities/Knowledge: 

Knowledge in Texas laws and rules regarding higher education finance preferred.

Work Environment: 

Within the general range of an office environment.