VICE PRESIDENT FOR FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATION
William Keller serves as the chief financial and administrative officer of the college. Under the direction of the president, he exercises general supervision over all activities relating to finance, business, and administration.
The vice president also provides leadership for the institution’s ongoing efforts to pursue innovative business solutions and develop operating strategies to enhance revenues and efficiency that lead to more cost-effective administrative practices.
The Finance & Administration Division includes the following areas:
The Assistant Vice President for Facilities is responsible for overseeing facilities management operations that provide facilities planning, space administration, construction management, facilities maintenance and repair, renovations, physical plant management, architectural and engineering services, utilities distribution, custodial, landscape, and other maintenance services to Queens College.
The Assistant Vice President for Facilities oversees the following areas:
The Assistant Vice President for Finance works closely with the Vice President for Finance and Administration to facilitate the responsible utilization of financial resources to support the mission of the college and its strategic plan. The AVP for Finance oversees the following departments:
The Office of Human Resources is dedicated to the development and implementation of programs, processes, and policies that foster an environment of support, professional development, and employee appreciation. It strives to provide the best customer service by communicating information related to payroll, benefits, personnel services, classifications, recruitment, promotional opportunities, and employee development. The office has three main functional units:
The Office of Information Technology (OIT) enables the College to achieve its goals through the effective use of technology. OIT provides the technical skills necessary to establish and maintain an integrated technology environment that supports faculty, staff and students; administrative functions, instructional programs, computer labs, and classrooms. OIT seeks to provide quality customer service to end-users to ensure that institutional objectives are met.
The Assistant Vice President & Chief Information Officer oversees the following areas:
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The primary responsibility of the Office of Public Safety & Security is to provide a safe environment for the college community, a place where faculty, staff, students, and visitors can feel secure in pursuing their activities on campus. The Office of Public Safety is also responsible for:
The Purchasing Department procures good and services in compliance with the laws and regulations of New York State and CUNY. It assists in determining the best and most appropriate manner in which to obtain goods and services, in accordance with New York State Finance Law and CUNY procurement guidelines. Property Management tracks all equipment purchased by the college through various fund sources, including OTPS, RF, DASNY, DSF, and QCF.
The Controller manages the day-to-day accounting activities of QCF and is responsible for adherence to accounting principles and Foundation policies and procedures. The Controller ensures the accuracy and efficiency of internal and external financial reporting, by aligning strong internal controls and processes with donor fiduciary expectations.
Venue Rentals manages the scheduling and coordination of event space reservations. Queens College boasts 80 acres of a variety of spaces and locations that are available to external organizations and agencies, including classrooms, lecture halls, auditoriums, conference rooms, dining facilities, and campus grounds.
The Tech Incubator at Queens College (TIQC), supported by the New York City Council, is the startup incubator for tech freelancers, professional developers, and entrepreneurs. TIQC aims at helping startup companies and entrepreneurs to build successful technology companies, which in turn creates more job opportunities and driving new innovation and technology development in New York. With the advanced computational infrastructure and the CUNY community advantages, TIQC provides an outstanding environment for companies to turn innovative ideas into businesses and success.
Office HoursMonday-Friday 9:00am-5:00pmSaturday & Sunday CLOSED
AddressKiely Hall, Room 101065-30 Kissena BlvdFlushing, NY 11367
Tanya RossBusiness Project Specialisttanya.email@example.com
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