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The Director for Capital Planning and Strategy develops and leads the University's Capital Improvement Program in conjunction with project stakeholders and the Office of Financial Affairs. The incumbent manages the development and review of capital projects for submission to the Finance Subcommittee of the Board of Directors. S/he assists in meeting the objectives of the Office of Planning and Facilities Management . Reporting directly to the University Architect and interacting with financial and business officers from each campus, stakeholders, and senior leadership, the Director for Capital Planning and Strategy has additional duties that include but are not limited to:
Formulates short and long-range plans for the development and execution of capital improvement programs and plans to assure facilities infrastructure meet the long-range mission requirements of the Georgetown University and the office.
Manages the University's Tollgate Development Process, which is the integration of project plans including scope, budgets, cost estimating, schedule, logistics, risk, communication strategies for capital projects, and programs.
Provides customer liaison services to internal and external university customers regarding Office of Planning and Facilities Management programs and projects.
Acts as a focal point for all products and services available from the Campus and Strategic Planning division, providing and maintaining status of all capital projects and activities.
Manages the capital program funding obligation and phasing plans, ensuring that funding execution is in a timely and accurate manner.
Establishes management controls for funding execution to other divisions and supporting staff.
Leads the development and formulates execution strategies for the university's High Priority Deferred Maintenance Program.
Provides budget and financial analysis and support to project managers and stakeholders.
Executes project financial reporting as requested by senior leadership or the Board of Directors for capital projects.
Manages the submission of projects for review by the various university committees for approval.
Requirements and Qualifications
Bachelor's degree - BS, BBA, MPA; Master's preferred - MPA, MS MBA
Knowledge of accounting, finance, and management
Understanding of fund accounting, management analysis, financial analysis, business processes and as they relate to facilities planning and management
Strong financial analysis abilities
Proficient in spreadsheet and other business software applications
Strong verbal and written communication skills
Ability to effectively resolve complex financial/accounting issues
Strong organizational and managerial skills to be able to effectively manage multiple priorities and follow through on commitments
Ability to collaborate and organize groups to achieve common goals
Planning and budgeting experience in facilities/construction organizations
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