Assistant Director of Athletics, Budget & Planning
Location: Princeton, New Jersey
4 Year Degree
Reporting to the Executive Associate Director of Athletics for Finance & Administration, the Assistant Director of Athletics for Budget & Planning is responsible for athletic budget development, forecasting and day-to-day management of Athletics’ highly complex budget. The Assistant Director of Athletics will be responsible for financial reporting to all constituents, including departmental staff and University administration, 17 varsity friends groups, as well as compilation and submission of the annual NCAA and EADA reports. This position will also have oversight of the technology support function and staff and will be responsible for business development and supporting the Executive Associate Director of Athletics in the areas of financial strategy, use of strategic funds as well as staff education on financial management related to the Athletics budget. This position will also provide event management support as needed.
Candidates with outstanding interpersonal skills, high integrity and strict attention to detail, can see the full job posting and apply through our career's website, www.careers.princeton.edu, using the keyword: athletics.
Bachelor's degree required
Five years budget/finance experience
Demonstrated experience working with complex budget, including experience with budget development, management and forecasting Demonstrated competence with the Microsoft Office package with strong Excel skills a must Demonstrated ability to manage several tasks and/or projects simultaneously Ability to work flexible hours, including evenings and weekends. Ability to work well in a fast paced, ever changing environment and prioritize projects Strong organizational skills, interpersonal skills, and a commitment to customer service Adhere to Ivy League, ECAC and NCAA rules and regulations.
Master's Degree preferred with heavy consideration for candidates with a MBA
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