Reporting to the President, the Chief Financial Officer (CFO) is a key member and contributor to the university’s executive leadership team and the budget planning committee.
The CFO leads, directs and develops strategic and operational planning for the university’s financial, reporting, investing, financing, procurement and budgeting activities. The CFO also interacts and provides financial support and expertise to senior leaders as well as to the Board of Governors' finance, audit, investment and pension committees.
Alongside an exceptionally client-focused and collaborative group, the CFO and the Financial Services team are guided by principles of transparency and accountability in their endeavour to:
- Provide financial leadership and proactive analysis and solutions;
- Drive continuous improvement initiatives and develop efficient and effective processes and procedures;
- Deliver support services that enable faculty and staff to achieve the university’s goals and objectives in support of our students; and
- Manage the financial internal control environment, including regulatory compliance and overall financial health and risk of the university.