Rotational Finance Fellow
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Job no: 522106
Work type: Staff
Senior management: VP for Finance
Department: VP for Finance
Location: Blacksburg, Virginia
Categories: Business / Accounting / Finance
The Rotational Finance Fellowship within the Vice President for Finance senior management area is a 12-month cross-departmental experiential learning and development opportunity for recent graduates or those new to Higher Education Administration. The Fellow will work in close collaboration with the managers within individual departments, which may include:
- Budget and Financial Planning
- Campus Planning & Capital Financing
- University Controller
- Finance Information Technology
- Financial Management
- Hokie Passport Services
- Procurement and Surplus Property
- Bursar’s Office
- Risk Management
- University Treasurer
- Office of the Vice President for Finance
The Fellow will spend an assigned amount of time in rotations with two or three of the Division of Finance departments listed above and have the opportunity to work on specific projects and assignments that will provide the Fellow an excellent understanding of the university’s financial and administrative functions. The Fellow will assist with special project assignments, which vary based on the department’s role within the university. Projects may include the development of benchmark data, business analyses, presentations, reports, position papers, project and event management activities, and more. The Fellow will also serve as a member of the Vice President for Finance Inclusion & Diversity Committee and contribute to the Committee’s ongoing activities and operations. As possible, the Office of the Vice President for Finance will work with the Fellow to establish a schedule of department rotations and projects that align with the Fellow’s interests, strengths, and experiences.
For candidates who will hold a bachelor’s degree by December 31, 2022, the targeted start date is January 2023. For those graduating in May 2023, the targeted start date is in June 2023.
For more information about the VP for Finance Rotational Fellowship Program,
please visit our site at https://vpfin.vt.edu/internships-fellowships.html
• Bachelor’s degree with a major or minor in a business-related discipline or demonstrated interest in a career in a business environment
• Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal
• Demonstrated proficiency with Microsoft Office including Excel, Word, and PowerPoint
• Expressed interest in higher education administration
• Experience with statistical or data reporting and analysis
• Ability to work independently and collaboratively in a team environment
• Demonstrated interest in and commitment to diversity and inclusion
• Experience with flexing priorities and multi-tasking
• Experience working with confidential or sensitive information
• Leadership experience
• Ability to quickly adapt to changing work environments
Interested candidates must submit a resume, cover letter, and contact information for at least three references as part of their application materials for full consideration.
The successful candidate will be required to have a criminal conviction check.
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