Job Alert: Chief Finance Manager (CFM) - University of Minnesota Law School
Are you a strategic financial leader seeking a transformative career opportunity? The University of Minnesota Law School is looking for a chief finance manager (CFM) to join its leadership team.
About the Role
As the CFM, you'll be the senior fiscal leader responsible for managing the Law School's financial, budgetary, and payroll functions. Reporting directly to Dean @williammcgeveran, you'll work closely with senior University leadership to develop financial strategies aligning with academic priorities, assess financial management, and enhance administrative systems. This role also involves coordinating fiscal administration, budget planning, payroll, institutional research, and financial planning.
About the University of Minnesota
The University of Minnesota is a world-class research university with a rich history and a strong commitment to employee wellbeing. The University significantly impacts the region's economy with a vibrant Twin Cities metropolitan community and an annual operating budget of $4.5 billion.
About the Law School
The University of Minnesota Law School is renowned for preparing students to tackle complex societal issues. Its faculty, curriculum, and experiential learning opportunities equip students with essential skills for the 21st century. The Law School’s collegial culture emphasizes teamwork, problem-solving, leadership, and public service.
General Qualifications (see link below for more details)
- Undergraduate degree and at least eight years of experience
- Expertise in financial planning and management in a complex organizational setting
- Proven experience in fiscal leadership
- Strong strategic and collaborative skills
- Knowledge of academic financial management
Apply today or nominate for this exciting opportunity to shape the financial future of a leading public law school.