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Director of Business Affairs - CON and SHMS

Apply now Job no: 496026
Full time/Part time: Full-time
Location: Interprofessional Health Sciences
Categories: Administrator

The position of Director of Business Affairs in the College of Nursing and School of Health and Medical Sciences reports to the Dean of the CON and the Dean of SHMS and will process all aspects of budgeting working in direct correlation with the Deans of the CON and SHMS. This will include overseeing the College of Nursing budget and SHMS budget, contracts,, scholarship activity, alumni affairs, grant activity and management, purchasing, space utilization and government affairs. The Director of Business Affairs is a 12-month full-time position which is appointed by the Deans with the approval of the Provost.

The minimum preferred educational requirement for this position is a Master's Degree in a related business area.

Duties and Responsibilities:

1-Involved in the development of budget model for the CON and SHMS operating budget; involved in the development of all budget support documents, figures and exhibits; in correlation with the Deans of the CON and SHMS, involved in development of CON and SHMS operating budget and all restricted accounts; prepares all CON and SHMS budget reports and spreadsheets; review and analysis of all budget reports, including all restricted accounts; serves as a liaison to the budget office; serves as procurement officer for the CON and SHMS. Prepares all paperwork for faculty contracts and payment forms. Working in conjunction with the Deans and Associate Deans, oversees all adjunct faculty contracts and payment forms.
2-Administers all the restricted CON and SHMS scholarship accounts; determines students' eligibility for scholarship awards and recommends recipients to the Dean; serves as liaison to corporate and developmental affairs; submits all required reports related to scholarship activity. Serves as liaison to financial aid to determine students' eligibility for scholarship awards and makes recommendations to Deans.
3-Working in conjunction with the Associate Deans of Research, assist with any grant-related activity including follow-up reports on grant activities.
4-Working in conjunction with Associate Deans and Director of the Skills Lab, oversees all CON and SHMS graduate assistants (GAs) hiring and contracts.
5-Serves as liaison and collaborate with university advancement, alumni relations, university contract office, OGRS, budget office, legal office, and human resources (HR).

Required Qualifications:

The minimum preferred educational requirement for this position is a Master's Degree in a related business area.
Budget modeling, analysis, and forecasting experience required.
Analytical skills required to determine college's needs and to create spending and project/process plans to meet those needs.
Must have extensive project and process management skills for use in managing scholarship awards, budget process, contract process, clinical health clearances, grants' management, etc.
Must be proficient in preparation of spreadsheets for budgeting, cost transfers, scholarship tracking, and more. Prepare power point presentations.
Superior written communication skills required. Able to prepare executive summaries with supporting analysis.
Superior oral communication skills with the ability to establish collaborative relationships with SHU staff and faculty, clinical partners and to effectively relate to alumni required.

Salary Grade:

AD190 - Administrative

Exempt/Nonexempt: Exempt

Physical Demands: General Office Environment

Special Instructions to Applicants:


Seton Hall University is committed to programs of Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) and the principles of affirmative action.

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