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DEPARTMENT OVERVIEW: Resource Management and Planning (RMP) provides core infrastructure services for UC San Diego, impacting the Campus and Medical Center population of approximately 66,500 students, staff and faculty, and billions in physical assets consisting of approximately 10 million gross square feet of buildings (over 300 Instructional and Research buildings at multiple locations): Main Campus, Elliott Field, Scripps Institution of Oceanography, Point Loma and the University of California Medical Centers in Hillcrest and La Jolla.
Business units within RMP, which currently consists of Early Childhood Education Center and Mesa Child Development Center, Imprints, Parking, Fleet & Shuttle Services, People Movement, UC San Diego Bookstore; Community Safety (Police); Environment, Health & Safety; Capital Project Management; Design and Development Services; Facilities Management (including campus energy management, and utilities procurement, generation and distribution); Campus Research Machine Shop; Policy & Records Administration; Campus Planning; Strategic Energy Initiatives; and RMP - Financial Services Unit.
Facilities Management is responsible for the maintenance, operation and repair of state-of-the-art research/science, health care, teaching and office/administrative physical assets of the. FM's operations are supported by combined funding from state supported maintenance, utility operations and non-state physical plant related projects.
Key operational areas include: Work Management (strategic/operational planning, customer relations, project management; storehouse/materials management; procurement/contracts, vendor relations; administrative support); Building Operations & Maintenance (East, West, SIO, & Hillcrest facilities); Building Services (custodial, recycling, special events set up and waste management); Landscape Services; Building Trades (sheet metal, carpentry; paint/sign; locksmith & construction teams); Campus Research Machine Shop, Sustainability and Building Commissioning, Utility Services (central utilities/cogeneration plant, building mechanics, electrical systems; systems operation; utility distribution and infrastructure, energy and water management).
POSITION OVERVIEW: Reporting to the Associate Vice Chancellor - Financial and Facilities Services (AVC/FFS), serve as the Principal Financial Analyst providing budgetary long-range planning for Facilities Management (FM) and other units within RMP.
Design and develop guidelines and procedures, evaluate spending patterns, and, assumes reporting responsibility for budget and financial analysis of over $240 million. Initiates, designs, and provides analytical studies, summary reports, and background materials to organization or department administrative officers and managers for financial and/or resource plans, including annual resource allocation approaches, trended future requirements, operating forecasts, sources and uses that have a significant impact on department operation and overall financial health.
Develop analytical and financial modeling tools to guide management decisions on staffing, operating funds, rates, and new business ventures. Develop and maintain statistical and historical analysis to determine expenditure trends, as well as perform needs assessments to identify priorities, research problems, formulate innovative alternatives, and make appropriate recommendations to guide management decisions.
Independently conduct high level, complex and comprehensive, budgetary and financial analyses of campus and systemwide policies, state legislation, and special initiatives. Provide strategic recommendations for the development, interpretation and implementation of policies, procedures and mechanisms to ensure financial accountability and fiduciary responsibilities are met.
Uses advanced professional concepts and organizational objectives to resolve complex issues in creative and effective ways. Works on complex issues where analysis of situations or data requires an in-depth evaluation of variable factors. Exercises judgment in selecting methods, techniques, and evaluation criteria for obtaining results. Contacts are both internal and external to the department at all levels.
Advanced knowledge of finance policies, practices, and systems. Expert skills and in-depth knowledge of principles and practices of fiscal planning and analysis, budgetary systems a
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