POSITION: Library Fiscal Analyst
LOCATION: Portland State University, Portland, OR
POSTING DATE: June 29, 2015, open until finalists identified
Portland State’s 49-acre downtown campus is located in the heart of one of America’s most vibrant centers of culture, business and technology. Portland State is the largest public university in Oregon and is one of the 100 largest public universities in the nation, enrolling more than 28,000 students. The University Library welcomes more than 1 million visitors each year and provides essential resources to students, faculty, staff, and the general public. The Library is an active and influential member of the Orbis Cascade Alliance, a consortium of 37 academic libraries in Oregon, Washington, and Idaho.
The Fiscal Analyst for the Portland State Library performs professional level duties. Duties may include: analyzing, monitoring, reconciling, and reporting information; overseeing capital development projects; administering grants and contracts processes; and monitoring and coordinating budgets. The individual will be responsible for performing complex, professional level work and leadership in the financial aspects of planning, developing, and supporting library initiatives, projects, programs and acting as a financial advisor to Library Administrative Leadership Team. The Fiscal Analyst would be responsible for assisting the University Librarian during collective bargaining negotiations for classified and unclassified contracts through analysis of financial impact of various University and/or union proposals.
The Library Fiscal Analyst is privy to all content, including that of the highest confidentiality, with which the Library Administrative Leadership Team must work to administer personnel, budget, service, and donor activities. The position must have the knowledge, judgment, and ability to interpret and make decisions in order to appropriately administer the Library budget.
See the full position description and apply online. For additional information, contact search coordinator Stephanie Doig.