Reporting to the Vice Chancellor for Finance and Chief Financial Officer, the Associate Vice Chancellor for Finance and Controller AVCC is charged with ensuring compliance with accounting standards, implementation of effective and efficient systems of internal financial control, and robust financial reporting that facilitates strategic decision-making throughout the university. To apply, follow the employer's instructions within their job description. Founded in , Washington University is nationally and internationally renowned for teaching, learning, research, service to society, and patient care with highly ranked schools spanning arts and sciences, architecture and fine arts, business, engineering, law, social work, and medicine. Louis invites nominations and applications for the position of Associate Vice Chancellor for Finance and Controller. Their stories span the period from the early days of the epidemic to the present, including their lives as boys and young men negotiating their sexuality, first learning their serostatus, and their life experiences during this time. Stories of Survival and Resilience Perry N. The AVCC is accountable for the financial information provided to both the internal and external community including tax , is a member of the global engagement committee and works with the office of general counsel to assure compliance with the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act while serving as an expert adviser to the CFO and other senior leaders. Next, this book describes the medical, psychological, social strategies and behaviors the men of this generation engaged in to survive the AIDS epidemic, and how these men of the AIDS Generation are confronting and navigating through this period of middle aged adulthood and into older adulthood with new physical, emotional, and social struggles. This is a career defining opportunity for a dynamic leader with excellent analytical, management and communication skills and extensive knowledge of generally accepted accounting principles and fund accounting, as well as financial accounting, audit, tax, reporting and financial business operations. Through the use of ethnography and life history interviews, the book delineates the resiliencies that these fifteen long-term survivors have demonstrated in coping with a life-threatening disease throughout the course of their adult lives. The book examines how approaches to survival inform and are informed by the broad body of literature on resilience and health, which may be applicable to the lives of those newly infected with HIV and others who are living with chronic health conditions, as well as providing insight to their caregivers and policy makers. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to sex, race, ethnicity, protected veteran, or disability status.