Jan 10, 2019
Senior Treasury Manager (Financial Planning and Analysis)
Another Source’s client, UCLA, is recruiting a Senior Treasury Manager to join their team.
The innovation, the complexity, the diversity, and the opportunity for impact and learning are endless at UCLA.
When you join the University you are expanding your career beyond a team to an economic engine with a world of opportunity.
Here's a little about UCLA and the position they are seeking to fill:
As one of Southern California’s top five employers, UCLA is the workplace of more than 42,000 people and contributes $12.7 billion to the economy. Innovation at UCLA has produced an active portfolio of almost 3,000 inventions. More than 140 companies have been created based on technology developed here.
The Senior Manager, Treasury Planning and Analytics is responsible for leadership and management of UCLA's Treasury financial planning and analytics. In collaboration with Senior CFS and UCLA leadership, the Senior Manager, Treasury and Analytics will be a key business partner to the University of California Office of the President and Office of the Chief Investment Office in addition to UCLA Health System and other major business units at UCLA. The incumbent will be a resource to the leadership of CFS, managing and leveraging relationships across the UC and with campus departments and businesses to influence thoughtful action and drive strategic and emerging initiatives forward in pursuit of the university's core mission of Education, Research and Service. Reporting to the Treasurer, the Senior Treasury Manager, Planning and Analytics will represent the Treasury department in his/her absence.
The Senior Manager, Treasury Planning and Analytics will be familiar with and able to apply his/her expertise in corporate finance and healthcare/science based finance to the growing scale and complexity of the multiple lines of businesses at UCLA. Together with his/her staff, the incumbent will provide subject matter expertise and focused analytics toward UCLA's Treasury and liquidity planning initiatives. The Senior Manager, Treasury Planning and Analytics will take a leadership role in the development and refinement of financial forecasts, practices and policies to effectively model UCLA's short and long term liquidity outlook. The incumbent through thorough and thoughtful analysis will collaborate with senior financial, operational, and administrative leadership, providing concise insights and recommendations to influence action and drive strategic, emerging, and tactical initiatives on liquidity, investment optimization, capital structure and financial risk management.
• Master's degree in Business, Finance, Accounting, Healthcare Administration or related field; or equivalent education and work experience.
• Advanced knowledge and ability to appropriately advocate and support recommended actions through the application of corporate finance and financial analysis concepts including discounted cash flow, NPV, IRR, ROIC, CAGR, WACC and statistical analysis
• Advanced knowledge and experience in the assessment, analysis and execution in a collaborative framework of strategic transactions/initiatives related to the monetization of intellectual property rights, patent and royalty rights and ownership rights in other intangible and tangible property.
• Strong ability and demonstrated experience to influence UCLA and UC system senior management discussion, strategy and decisions through development and adoption of scenario based financial models and medium/long term forecasts including projected cash flow and balance sheet
• Strong data research and analytic skills with the ability to think strategically across the multiple lines of businesses at UCLA and their collective impact on the university
• Ability to identify assess, analyze and influence discussion on emerging and evolving financial risks resulting from strategic initiatives and the evolution and growth of UCLA's capital and global base of business.
• Ability to effectively communicate in a credible manner with leadership and staff in writing and in person. This includes the ability to articulate and illustrate complex financial principles or operational processes in a manner appropriate for the audience; and strong presentation skills to influence actions in interpersonal or large group settings
• Strong leadership skills and ability to exercise thoughtful and sound judgment while working constructively across organizations
• Ability to proactively manage change and independently prioritize tasks, organize complex workload to accomplish objectives in a timely manner. This includes the ability to proactively take independent initiative and to manage multiple priorities while working at high level of efficiency and accuracy in a fast paced environment
• Demonstrated self-awareness and ability to build collegial, productive relationships and work across the university and UC system in a collaborative manner. This includes the ability to respectfully debate, innovate, listen to and consider alternative viewpoints; while being able to provide and also be accepting of constructive feedback
• Ability to adapt, think quickly and execute with the appropriate sense of urgency in time-constrained environments and situations
• Detail oriented with well-developed organizational and time management skills to work on multiple projects and manage priorities with an appropriate sense of urgency
• Strong project management skills with demonstrated experience and ability to lead and manage multiple projects and drive initiatives from inception to successful conclusion
• Advanced applied knowledge Microsoft Office, particularly in Excel, with ability to use advanced tools (such as pivot tables, etc.) to create, maintain, and update complex financial models and workbooks to analyze data, create scenarios, interpret findings, and report results; Demonstrated experience with Microsoft Word and PowerPoint with ability to use advanced tools and techniques to create informative, persuasive and concise presentation materials appropriate for the target audience.
• Working knowledge and familiarity with generally accepted accounting principles and demonstrated ability to interpret / model / create integrated pro-forma financial statements (including balance sheet and statements of cash flow)
• 5-10 years of relevant Treasury or financial planning and analysis experience in a corporate/division, financial institution or higher education environment
• CTP, Certified FP&A Professional or CFA/CFA candidate in good standing preferred.
• Working knowledge and ability to analyze and model fixed income and money market instruments, asset allocation strategies and perform portfolio performance analytics, including total return, YTM, calculation of NAV, etc.
• Applied knowledge of financial risk management concepts to measure and mitigate through strategies including appropriate use and maintenance of financial derivatives such as interest rate swaps, forward contracts and commodity futures
• Familiarity with GASB and Fund Accounting applications preferred.
• Working knowledge of Treasury and banking operations and cash management concepts and applications
• Working knowledge of credit related products including fixed income instruments (taxable and tax-exempt bonds), and bank credit lines; and related credit rating agency metrics, covenant and collateral considerations
• Supervisory experience
The University of California is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer advancing inclusive excellence. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, age, protected veteran status, or other protected categories covered by the UC nondiscrimination policy. UC Nondiscrimination & Affirmative Action Policy
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University of California, Los Angeles
Los Angeles, CA