Stanford Libraries connects the Stanford community with information through a diverse set of resources and services. The libraries are home to a world-class collection of more than 13 million items, including books, e-books, journals, films, maps, data sets, special collections, archives, and more. The library also employs more than 450 staff across its Access Services, Public Services, Digital Libraries Systems & Services, the Stanford University Press, and administrative divisions, and those staff provide research support, data management services, discovery tools, training, digitization, and a host of other tools and services to ensure that the collection is both effectively used and well preserved for the future. Much more information about the organization is available on the website.
The Financial Manager manages overall finance operations for the libraries, including management of staff responsible for complex finance and control functions.
Manage the work of other employees, make hiring decisions, provide coaching, training and mentoring, manage performance, determine staffing needs, develop and ensure succession planning within area of responsibility.
Establish operational objectives and assignments, plan, direct and monitor all budgets for areas of responsibility, manage business operation and administration of several functional areas, may manage a team in providing post award sponsored research administration and services.
Identify and resolve unique problems of substantial significance that affect the overall functional area, beyond the immediate unit.
Manage organization's financial activities and structure; develop system and procedure requirements to support the financial reporting for the organization.
Contribute to designing, developing and delivering complex policies and procedures with both short and long-term impact.
Collaborate with other colleagues on school/ unit projects; design and execute an effective system of internal controls for areas of responsibility; establish operational objectives to support the university's stewardship of resources.
Engage in continuous critical analysis of existing systems and processes; identify need for new systems, and develop and present proposals.
Lead complex, high-visibility process redesign and innovation projects; develop, implement, and participate in major initiatives.
Represent the units/school within the functional units or school and to external constituencies.
This person in this position reports to the Vice Provost – University Librarian and is part of the senior staff of the University Libraries, working in concert with 10-12 other professionals in operating, planning, and advocating for one of the great research libraries of the USA.
Located between San Francisco and San Jose in the heart of Silicon Valley, Stanford University is recognized as one of the world's leading research and teaching institutions. Leland and Jane Stanford founded the University to "promote the public welfare by exercising an influence on behalf of humanity and civilization." Stanford opened its doors in 1891, and more than a century later, it remains d...edicated to finding solutions to the great challenges of the day and to preparing students for leadership in a complex world. The University's thriving diverse community is comprised of nearly 7000 undergraduate students, 9000 graduate students, 2000 faculty members, 1900 postdoctoral scholars, and over 11,000 academic and administrative staff in seven schools including several interdisciplinary research centers and institutes. The campus spreads over 8000 contiguous acres and nearly all undergraduates live on campus. Stanford offers bachelor's and master's degrees in addition to doctoral degrees (PhD, MD, DMA and JD) plus a number of professional and continuing education programs and certifications. More at http://facts.stanford.edu and http://www.stanford.edu.
Stanford University is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to increasing the diversity of its faculty. It welcomes nominations of and applications from women, members of minority groups, protected veterans and individuals with disabilities, as well as from others who would bring additional dimensions to the university’s research, teaching and clinical missions.