Vice President, People and Culture
The Vice President, People and Culture is the University of Colorado Foundation’s key individual responsible for all areas of Human Resources Management that will cultivate an employee-oriented, equitable, high-performance culture. This role leads with an emphasis on relationships, empowerment, and integrity. This role holds oversight over recruitment and ensures ongoing development of a highly diverse and engaged workforce. As a member of the Leadership Team, the VP, People and Culture creates an HR environment that is people centered. This role provides key human resources leadership including organizational development, programs and practices including recruitment, staff development, employee relations, ethical and legal compliance, compensation and benefits, performance planning, culture of belonging, and employee engagement. The VP, People and Culture develops and implements a workforce strategy for diversity, equity, and inclusion.
The CU Foundation is seeking a full-time Assistant Controller who will report directly to the Controller and will be a key business partner to the Controller and CFO. This position will have two direct reports from the accounting team and will take an active role in the month-end closing process and year-end audit to ensure the proper recording of activities. This position will take a lead role in processing complex transactions related to security sales, real estate sales, and other transactions ensuring accuracy in accounting for these transactions using GAAP guidelines. The successful applicant will have the skills necessary to develop, interpret, and implement moderate to complex financial accounting concepts or techniques for financial planning, reporting, and control.
The Senior Accountant is responsible for general ledger accounting, including analysis of business transactions to prepare journal entries, portions of the month-end close process, financial data preparation, account analysis and reconciliations. This position will take a lead role in processing complex transactions for various activities using GAAP guidelines. The successful applicant will have the skills necessary to develop, interpret, and implement moderate to complex financial accounting concepts or techniques for financial planning, reporting, and control.
The Gift Administrator performs a wide variety of processes and procedures related to philanthropic contributions received and processed by the Foundation for the benefit of the University of Colorado. They analyze gift and commitment information and documentation from various sources and updates donors’ records as appropriate. This position processes all forms of gifts and commitments through the Foundation’s database, generating records and receipts. They respond to inquiries from Foundation and University staff as well as donors and resolve questions and concerns related to gift and commitment information in the database.