Finance & Administration
The Finance and Administration department is responsible for providing the Finance and Accounting, Human Resource and Computer Operations support for the Facilities Real Estate and Auxiliary Services (FREAS) organization.
Financial Services is responsible for the following primary activities:
- Managing all financial and accounting processing activities, from budget development to utility billing;
- Producing timely financial reports and statements;
- Supporting management with ad-hoc analysis on capital and operating activities
We support the following units:
- Custodial & University Services
- Maintenance & Operations
- Operating Budgets
- Planning & Construction
Our Human Resources Unit supports the Facilities, Real Estate and Auxiliary Services organization with recruitment, training, labor relations and time collection for approximately 600 employees’ representative of unionized staff, as well as exempt and non-exempt employees. Our services include, but are not limited to, employment planning, recruitment, training & development, labor relations, payroll and FMLA administration. Facilities, Real Estate and Auxiliary Services HR partners with central HR which fosters an environment to provide quality services by working together to assure an effective employee and labor relations work climate.
The mission of the Computing Operations team is to provide technology support to the entire Facilities, Real Estate & Auxiliary Services organization, and to help create a culture of forward-looking, technology-enabled excellence in the department.
Our team members provide personal computing support for the desktops, laptops, smartphones, tablets, and specialized devices used by staff members within the various departments. We also administer the departmental server infrastructure through which the University community can fully utilize departmental resources securely and reliably.
A major part of our responsibility is to manage the hardware, operating systems, databases, interfaces and security for many critical systems including access control and intrusion-detection systems, fire alarm reporting systems, campus ID-card system, point-of-sale systems, HVAC and automated lighting systems, electric metering systems, event management and scheduling systems, parking systems, campus radio communication system, CCTV Infrastructure, the Maximo asset management system, and space management systems.