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DIRECTOR OF FINANCIAL SYSTEMS, Office of the Vice President for Finance (VPF), to lead a team of business systems analysts responsible for VPF's management of financial systems that enable a range of financial activities at MIT. Will be responsible for the maintenance of these systems in conjunction with MIT Information Systems and Technology, assisting other VPF units in responding to questions from the MIT community about the systems, and providing strategic direction for continuous improvement. Will also collaborate on leading the development and implementation of a multiyear roadmap to modernize critical aspects of VPF's financial systems and related business processes and on enhancing financial reporting capabilities.
Job Requirements REQUIRED: advanced degree in a related field; ten years' professional financial systems experience in a highly complex organization, preferably a nonprofit; experience providing and maintaining agile, flexible, and user-friendly financial systems capable of enabling diverse, complex financial activity; expertise in business systems and process analysis and project and change management to drive high-value process improvements; excellent organizational, project management, interpersonal, and written and oral communication skills; experience working with enterprise resource planning (ERP) software, preferably SAP, and applications that interact with an underlying ERP or data warehouse architecture (e.g., Concur, Coupa, Cognos, Tableau, Salesforce); and experience with data architecture and data governance constructs/issues. Must be able to work as part of and lead and manage a team; identify and design systems solutions for complex enterprises; lead projects that provide significant impact in areas that are not necessarily "owned" by one department; develop and maintain excellent working relationships with colleagues and stakeholders across MIT; and work in stressful and/or high-pressure situations. Job #21558-13
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