Executive Director, Deputy to the Associate Vice President
for Facilities Planning & Management
The University of Texas at Austin (UT Austin) welcomes nominations and applications for the position of Executive Director, Deputy to the Associate Vice President for Facilities Planning & Management (Deputy).
The Deputy works closely with the AVP to identify and carry out strategic initiatives consistent with the direction provided by the Senior Vice President (SVP) and Chief Financial Officer (CFO). They are a key advisor, both in long range planning and in the allocation of resources for the organization. This requires close consultation and coordination with FPM Directors regarding departmental plans to coordinate and standardize actions across the portfolio. This position develops plans to support FPM’s strategic initiatives and prepares reports to monitor progress toward strategic goals. In addition, the deputy assists with coordinating work and communication across the portfolio as FPM focuses on increasing engagement, inclusion and diversity within the organization.
This position manages the Office of the FPM AVP, including providing leadership in staff development, resource allocation and coordination of activities within the office and with other departments within FPM. Additional responsibilities include serving on committees and teams at the university level both as a representative of FPM and to assist with implementation of university-wide initiatives and policies.
For best consideration, please send all nominations and applications to:
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