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Posted 10/09/18

WESTCHESTER COMMUNITY COLLEGE: FSA Executive Director

 

The Faculty Student Association of Westchester Community College (WCC FSA) is a 501(c)-3 non-profit organization registered by the State of New York. Since 1953, the FSA has provided educational related services to benefit Westchester Community College including, but not limited to: campus dining services, bookstore, vending, performing arts, and other auxiliary services aimed to support the students, faculty, and staff of the College. The WCC FSA endeavors to be an effective service component for Westchester Community College that supports student success. The WCC FSA works collaboratively and cross-functionally with all campus constituencies including students, faculty, staff, administration and the greater community.

POSITION STATEMENT: Reporting to the Board of Directors of the WCC FSA, the Executive Director serves as the Chief Executive Officer and the Chief Financial Officer of the Association. The Executive Director is responsible for the administration of all WCC FSA activities and operations and maintains daily oversight of the Association. The Executive Director is responsible for establishing a strategic vision, in conjunction with the Board, and provides leadership for the Association with emphasis on the continued development, refinement and implementation of services delivered. The incumbent will ensure WCC FSA services contribute to the quality of campus life in a flexible, efficient and responsive manner to support the mission of Westchester Community College in response to evolving needs and institutional priorities, while ensuring WCC FSA and affiliates provide superior value, excellence and service.

The incumbent is responsible for understanding and advocating the issues of the diverse campus constituencies as they relate to WCC FSA’s contractual services and for being the senior representative of FSA. In consultation with the Board, the incumbent leads the planning processes for long/short term strategic goals and priorities using evidence-based decision-making. The incumbent is an ex-officio, non-voting member of the WCC FSA Board of Directors.

MAJOR DUTIES:
The responsibilities of the Executive Director of the WCC FSA include, but are not limited to the following:

  • Leadership
    • Ensures strategic objectives are defined, communicated, and measured for progress using best practices and data analysis.
    • Develops WCC FSA policies to align with legal requirements, college vision, and the Association’s mission and goals.
  • Financial
    • Assumes responsibility for the timely preparation, submission, and administration of the budgets and comparative operating reports for all WCC FSA units.
    • Assumes responsibility for the authorization of purchases and payments, and the supervision of all records involved in the operation of the WCC FSA.
    • Has fiduciary responsibility for funds collected for Equipment Utilization and Cultural Arts fees
    • Monitors student activity fee and student services fee financial operations. Reports and makes recommendations for improved fiscal oversight of these college fees to college employees whose budgets are derived from these fees.
    • Responsible for financial records of the WCC FSA. Monitors and controls budgetary appropriations and is responsible for effective reporting of expenditures and revenues throughout the fiscal year to the WCC FSA Board of Directors.
    • Maintains a current investment portfolio, where applicable.
    • Supervises and reports on the operations and accountability of Facilities Utilization Accounts (FUF).
  • Personnel
    • Supervises the FSA Business Office Staff, Coordinator of Cultural Affairs, and the Director of Dining Services.
    • Recruits, retains, and develops a team of qualified, dedicated professionals aligned with vision and mission objectives.
    • Develops staff recruitment plans, training programs, and professional development opportunities to build a best in class staff and management team of the WCC FSA.
    • Manages staff to ensure WCC FSA remains in compliance with all applicable financial, employment, health and safety, and facility requirements (among others).
  • Service Management
    • Supervises operations of all WCC FSA service operations (business office and dining services), and affiliate service providers, including vending, bookstore, etc.
    • Coordinates with contracted vendors to ensure they deliver best-in-class service for WCC FSA constituents with a focus on value, quality and service.
    • Fosters a culture of continuous improvement in daily operations to ensure high caliber, efficient, and dynamic services are provided to constituency groups.
    • With the Director of Athletics, manages the rental process derived from community usage of sports fields, gymnasium, pool, and any other income-producing student and campus activities under the auspices of the WCC FSA.
    • Meet regularly with the FSA Board President and the WCC Vice President & Dean of Administrative Services, who serves as the primary College liaison to the WCC FSA, to identify areas of improvement, address areas of concern, and identify areas of growth for the FSA and/or College.
    • Other duties as assigned by the WCC FSA Board of Directors.

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS:

  • A Master’s degree in accounting, finance, or business administration or a related field.
  • Thorough knowledge of modern accounting and auditing theory/practice, financial accounting, cost accounting, and budgetary procedures, financial management information systems and controls; thorough knowledge of office procedures and practices.
  • Working knowledge of applicable Federal, State and local laws and regulations.
  • Ability to plan and direct the work of a substantial number of employee.
  • A commitment to fostering an environment supportive of student success and well-being.
  • Ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing.
  • Experience and knowledge managing a not-for-profit organization.

PREFFERED QUALIFICATIONS: Experience with the Great Plains accounting software.

POSITION EFFECTIVE: Recruitment will remain open until filled.

SALARY & BENEFITS: This position is sponsored by the WCC FSA and is not an employee of Westchester County. The starting salary is commensurate with experience, plus excellent benefits through the WCC FSA.

TO APPLY: Please send a resume, cover letter and three references to: fsainfo@sunywcc.edu.

DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS: Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. Priority will be given to applications received by November 1, 2018.


Posted 08/20/18

SUNY CORTLAND: Controller

 

Title: Controller
Employment Type: Full-Time
Compensation: $82K – 88K
Company: ASC of SUNY Cortland

Controller Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree in accounting, business, or a related field and five years of business-related accounting.
  • This position will report to the Executive Director and is responsible for the following areas:
    • Supervision of accounting
    • Customer service
    • Maintaining general ledger accounts by directing bookkeeping activities
    • Managing investments and banking
    • Preparing periodic financial reporting for internal and external purposes
    • Budgeting
    • Asset management
    • Development of financial and inter-control policies
    • Oversees information technology staff and projects

The successful candidate will need a strong knowledge of generally accepted accounting principles and techniques.

Familiarity with not-for-profits, retail sales, and Sage software is helpful.

EOE


Posted 07/02/18

SUNY GENESEO: CAS Executive Director

 

Title: Executive Director
Employment Type: Full-Time
Compensation: Based on experience and education
Company: Campus Auxiliary Services, Inc.
Location: Geneseo, NY 14454
Summary of Job Description: The Executive Director provides leadership and vision for the auxiliary services corporation and its subsidiary. As CEO of the Corporation, the Executive Director has primary responsibilities for all operations and activities and oversees the day-to-day management of these functions. The Executive Director reports to the Campus Auxiliary Services – Geneseo Board of Directors with a dotted line relationship to the Vice President for Finance & Administration at the SUNY College at Geneseo.

About Campus Auxiliary Services at SUNY Geneseo: Campus Auxiliary Services, known simply as CAS, is a not-for-profit company dedicated to serving the SUNY Geneseo campus. SUNY Geneseo is a premier public liberal arts college, consistently ranked high in US News & World Report and Kiplinger’s for being a “best value” and offering outstanding educational value. We are passionate about Geneseo – the community, the college, and the individuals that make up the campus. We provide several nonacademic services to SUNY Geneseo. While most known for our self-operated restaurant & café program, we also provide catering, laundry, cable, vending, bookstore, ID, refuse & recycling and fiscal agent services. On-Campus Restaurants and Café’s is our largest division. Together, our service and in-house support team consisting of HR, Finance & Accounting, Facilities, Marketing, Supply Chain and IT take care of the members of the campus community so that they can focus on why they’re here – academics.

Mission: We will have a positive effect on the lives of all who engage our community; students, faculty, staff, guests, and friends of the college.

Values:
We value people.
We pursue excellence.
We embrace diversity.
We lead with integrity and accountability and
We grow through innovation.

The position duties include:

  • Provide long-range strategic planning for financial, operational, marketing and facility development for the corporation and its subsidiary, the Big Tree Inn also known as CAS Properties, LLC
  • Facilitate and coordinate the development of corporate mission and goals, assuring that they meet and are consistent with SUNY Geneseo goals and mission and evaluate the accomplishments of the corporation relative to those missions and goals
  • Works to build campus relationships and experiences that help cultivate a nurturing and transformational learning environment
  • Maintain financial stability and all other requirements outlined in SUNY Guidelines
  • Provide support and leadership on opportunities to enhance sustainability practices for CAS and the College
  • Develop, facilitate, enforce and monitor operating policies and procedures for the corporation and subsidiary, as well as the annual and long-range corporate budgets, consistent with the mission, goals and objectives of CAS
  • Review the financial and operational performance of CAS and develop options to meet budget projections
  • Provide financial and other reports as required to the Board of Directors and the College liaison
  • Review the financial and operational performance of the Big Tree Inn and develop options to meet budget projections
  • Understand and attempt to meet issues of the diverse campus constituencies as they relate to CAS services
  • Manage relationships with outside corporate support entities to include; legal counsel, auditors, banking and insurance agencies
  • Work to maintain an atmosphere of positive public relations with CAS employees, the Board of Directors, the campus and Village communities
  • Leads the labor negotiation process for union contract with CSEA
  • Represent the auxiliary services corporation to SUNY and state-wide agencies as requested

Requirements/Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree required; Master’s degree preferred
  • Minimum of 8 years of business experience with increasing levels of responsibility; Experience in higher education or non-profit corporation preferred
  • Demonstrated effective management in an organization of comparable size and complexity – 600 team members, $19 million in revenue, $6 million plus in investments and $6 million plus in retirement assets
  • Excellent analytical, communication, writing, interpersonal, public relations, project management, public speaking and presentation skills
  • Evidence of strategic planning and tactical skills
  • Demonstrated leadership and administrative skills
  • Demonstrated fiscal and business management skills to include; budgeting, cash flow, balance sheet and P&L
  • Strong work ethic and experience in fiscal planning, marketing, retail, customer service and team building
  • The ability to develop knowledge of, respect for, and skills to engage with those of other cultures or backgrounds

APPLY ONLINE: Submit cover letter and resume to casHR@geneseo.edu


Posted 04/25/18

SUNY Delhi: CADI Executive Director

 

About SUNY Delhi:
The College Association at Delhi established in 1956 as a 501(c) 3 and governed by a Board of Directors made up of faculty, staff, students, community members and administration. The College Association provides auxiliary services for the SUNY Delhi campus community, including dining, ID cards, payroll, vending, and printing services. The organization also owns real estate, operates a restaurant at The College Golf Course, and contracts with Barnes and Noble to manage the campus bookstore. The College Association supports student scholarships, academic programs and services, staff development, major campus events such as Orientation, Community Service Day, Family Day, Commencement, major student weekends, and other campus priorities. The Auxiliary also provides financial support on behalf of the college to a number of campus non-profit partners in the community. The organization employs nearly 300 full- and part-time staff that includes approximately 20 managers, 85 union members and 185 student employees.
Every day, our employees work together fulfilling our Mission and Values:
MISSION STATEMENT: “The College Association at Delhi, Inc. is dedicated to supporting the success of SUNY Delhi, and each and every student, through all of its endeavors and programs. The Association and all of its employees are dedicated to the core mission of providing the highest quality dining and catering services, for the best value, in a warm and welcoming atmosphere for all of its customers.”
VALUES: The Association and all of its employees aspire to model practices which reflect the organizational values of superb customer service, teamwork, sustainability, honesty, integrity, employee development and service to the campus and local community.
CADI is nestled in the foothills of the Catskill Mountains and is one of the largest employers in the area. Join a winning team!

Job Description: The College Association at Delhi, Inc. (CADI) is accepting applicants for the position of Executive Director. This is a 12-month salaried position and reports to the President of the Board.

The position duties include:

  • Serves as the Chief Operating Officer of the Corporation reporting to the President of the Board of Directors
  • Supervision, support and development of the Corporation’s management and administrative Staff
  • Provides reports for the Board of Directors and SUNY Delhi
  • Provide strategic planning and vision for financial, operational, marketing and facility development
  • Serve on SUNY Delhi committees and task forces, as requested
  • Ensure that the Corporation is compliant with applicable by-laws, policies, guidelines, regulations, statutes and laws
  • Work to maintain an atmosphere of positive relations with students, faculty and staff, Board of Directors and the Delhi community
  • Alignment of Corporation goals to support the mission of the College
  • Ensures the completion of an annual operating budget
  • Oversight of corporate risk management program and corporate contracts/agreements
  • Provide assessment to enhance services and operations of the corporation

Requirements/Qualifications:

    • Bachelor’s degree required; Master’s degree or MBA preferred
    • Minimum of 8 years of business experience with increasing levels of responsibility; Experience in higher education preferred

<liSelf-starter; ability to work independently in a fast-paced environment with multiple constituencies

  • Strong work ethic and experience in fiscal planning, marketing, retail, customer service and team building
  • The ability to develop knowledge of, respect for, and skills to engage with those of other cultures or backgrounds
  • Excellent analytical, communication, writing, interpersonal, public relations, project management, public speaking and presentation skills
  • Proficient in Microsoft office programs

Additional Information:
Salary Range: $100,000-105,000
Employment is contingent upon the successful completion of a background check.

Application Instructions:
Please attach a cover letter, resume and three (3) professional references. For full consideration, please apply by May 25, 2018. Apply Here.


Posted 04/19/18

UNIVERSITY AT BUFFALO: CDS Assistant Manager

 

Description: Our primary purpose is to offer a variety of high quality, high value, and innovative dining options designed to fit the varied lifestyles and nutritional needs of the University community. Serving foods from local growers, striving to achieve sustainability, and expanding the availability of dining choices are ways that we enrich the dining experience. We challenge our experienced and knowledgeable employees daily to provide exemplary customer service.
Campus Dining & Shops (CDS) is a multi-unit company employing over 1300 people. In addition to providing the University’s dining services, CDS also serves the UB community through management of the UB Card Office, Campus Catering, Retail and Convenience Stores, and Vending. In our day-to-day operations we rely on inherent core values: quality items, value prices, environmentally friendly settings, ethical treatment of all, and conducting all phases of our business with integrity. Campus Dining & Shops operates one of the largest and most all-inclusive self-operated food service programs in the Northeast. Our dining program provides students, faculty, and staff with an array of dining options, ranging from self-serve buffet style programs in our residential dining centers to retail dining and the finest in catering. With over 35 locations, there is always delicious food nearby at UB. From popular national brands like Tim Hortons, Moe’s Southwest Grill and Jamba Juice, to our very own Hubie’s serving great wings, Campus Dining & Shops has something for everyone.

Position Summary: Provides support and assistance to the unit manager in the areas of scheduling, time and attendance tracking, along with the supervision, coaching, and training of the unit employees, which consist of students, unions, and student managers.

Staff Supervision:

  • Participates in subordinate coaching, counseling, disciplinary procedures, and cross training of employees
  • Participates in interviews, hiring, training, scheduling and providing daily supervision to student, union, student manager, temporary and casual employees
  • Participates in subordinate performance evaluations and completion of all new hire orientations and training manuals
  • Participates or conducts in student, student manager and union meetings on a scheduled bases
  • Oversees or participates in supervision of student managers and the student manager training program
  • Conducts or delegates daily pre-service
  • Communicates all cleaning projects to staff
  • Conducts line checks and manual station inspections

Service Management:

  • Conducts line checks and manual station inspections
  • Actively solicits customer input by participating in table visits and meeting the managers
  • Interacts with customers, adheres to and executes all customer service programs, and handles and provides resolution to customer complaints

Administrative Management:

  • Maintains schedules in payroll/time and attendance system, creates/maintains schedules in terms of request for days off, substitutions, dropping/filling shifts
  • Oversees student manager program – keeping track of attendance issues for student employees in terms of progressive disciplinary actions
  • Maintains and updates unit checklists for all stations and employees
  • Maintains micros system or operating system for the unit
  • Awareness and basic knowledge of profit and loss summary
  • Follows budgetary guidelines for food and labor costs
  • Preparation of accounts payable, sales and guest count tally sheets, cash reports, payroll and other financial and operational statement as assigned

Production Management:

  • Adherence to food production and purchasing programs
  • Conducts inventory on a weekly basis and impacts plans to reduce waste
  • Education and Training
  • Associate’s degree or higher in food service or related field

Qualifications:

  • Equivalent education/experience will substitute for minimum qualifications
  • 2 years progressively responsible experience managing a similar food service operation
  • Experience in a high volume food service establishment preferred

Physical Demands:

  • Ability to lift/move 50 lbs
  • Good visual acuity for reading reports, computer work, etc

 

Licensure/Certification: none required

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to an individual’s age, race, creed, color, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, military status, sex, disability, predisposing genetic characteristics, familial status, or domestic violence victim status.

APPLY ONLINE: HERE


Posted 04/19/18

UNIVERSITY AT BUFFALO: CDS Chef Manager

 

Description: Our primary purpose is to offer a variety of high quality, high value, and innovative dining options designed to fit the varied lifestyles and nutritional needs of the University community. Serving foods from local growers, striving to achieve sustainability, and expanding the availability of dining choices are ways that we enrich the dining experience. We challenge our experienced and knowledgeable employees daily to provide exemplary customer service.
Campus Dining & Shops (CDS) is a multi-unit company employing over 1300 people. In addition to providing the University’s dining services, CDS also serves the UB community through management of the UB Card Office, Campus Catering, Retail and Convenience Stores, and Vending. In our day-to-day operations we rely on inherent core values: quality items, value prices, environmentally friendly settings, ethical treatment of all, and conducting all phases of our business with integrity. Campus Dining & Shops operates one of the largest and most all-inclusive self-operated food service programs in the Northeast. Our dining program provides students, faculty, and staff with an array of dining options, ranging from self-serve buffet style programs in our residential dining centers to retail dining and the finest in catering. With over 35 locations, there is always delicious food nearby at UB. From popular national brands like Tim Hortons, Moe’s Southwest Grill and Jamba Juice, to our very own Hubie’s serving great wings, Campus Dining & Shops has something for everyone.

Position Summary: Responsible for the supervision and oversight of operational and administrative details of customer and culinary service in the dining unit.

Daily Supervision of Staff:

  • Supervises student employees:
    1. Interviews, hires, trains, schedules and provides daily supervision of student and student manager staff including: coaching, counseling, and performance evaluation
    2. Oversees the hiring and supervision of student employees
    3. Conducts student manager meetings
    4. Oversees student managers in the evaluation of student employees, ensuring the evaluations are completed correctly
  • Supervises full and part-time employees on a daily basis
  • Manages customer service. Interacts daily with customers and responds to customer needs and comments
  • Participates in and makes recommendations for hiring, training, supervising and scheduling staff including: coaching, counseling, performance evaluation, recommends disciplinary actions.

Administrative Responsibilities:

  • Provides coverage for other units as necessary
  • Maintains and updates student manager daily checklist
  • Maintains daily schedule of shift assignments
  • May perform any of the following responsibilities:
    1. Runs daily revenue reports
    2. Performs cash and credit reconciliation procedures
    3. Makes daily deposits
  • Oversees cash register operations, monies received, daily bank deposits, sales receipts, etc
  • Tracks and maintains inventory, i.e. tracks pars, logs monthly inventory
  • Opens and closes the operation
  • Additional duties as required or requested

Qualifications:

  • Education and Training: High School Diploma or GED, some post-high school education/training/certification in business, management or culinary arts preferred
  • 2 years experience in a restaurant or institutional food service setting
  • Work experience with unionized and student employees preferred
  • Work experience in higher education, and/or retail restaurants

Physical Demands:

  • Ability to lift/move 40 lbs
  • Good visual acuity for reading reports, computer work, etc
  • Ability to bend, stoop, kneel, crouch and twist
  • Ability to stand and or walk for prolonged periods of time – all day if necessary
  • Ability to move around campus as necessary

 

Licensure/Certification: none required

Skills/Abilities:

  • Demonstrated ability to supervise and direct others
  • Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively with others
  • Ability to work a variety of shifts, times of day, days of the week
  • Evidence of strong focus on customer service
  • Organized, able to multi-task, train employees, give direction/instruction and delegate basic tasks

Work Environment:

  • Typical Office: temperature changes by season, office equipment hazards, noise
  • Typical Kitchen: exposure to heat, flame, chemicals, knives

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to an individual’s age, race, creed, color, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, military status, sex, disability, predisposing genetic characteristics, familial status, or domestic violence victim status.

APPLY ONLINE: HERE