The Vice President for Administration and Finance (VPAF) is responsible for executive level leadership and college-wide visioning for planning, analyzing, and evaluating the College's business and financial operations in the areas of budget and accounting; procurement; capital planning; retail bookstore operations; facilities operations; public safety; human resources; and public broadcast media. The VPAF also collaborates with the Chief Information Officer (CIO) to develop the College's Information Technology (IT) infrastructure. As a member of the Cabinet, the VPAF reports directly to the President and has a leadership role in the strategic planning and development of institutional resources to support the College's mission and goals.
The individual develops long term cost-effective business and financial strategies to support College initiatives, analyzes data to make sound decisions, recommends operational efficiencies, forecasts revenue projections, determines the fiscal impact of state budget allocations, and represents the College's interest in various internal and external constituent groups.
The Vice President for Administration and Finance is responsible for developing, implementing, and administering comprehensive policies, programs, and procedures necessary to monitor and maintain the financial stability of the College in compliance with local, state and federal laws, regulations and policies.
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