Units in the Portfolio
The Vice President Finance & Operations portfolio consists of eight units. While each has a defined purpose, all the units are highly integrated and work cohesively to deliver exceptional service to the University.
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Finance delivers on UBC’s commitment to financial accountability and transparency. Through its three units, Finance shares the University’s financial story, manages its cash, capital, contracts and compliance requirements, and runs the campus responsibly.
The UBC Comptroller manages financial support across the University, and delivers key financial data and reporting to stakeholders.
Financial Operations provides financial management services and guides UBC through fiscal policies and regulations.
UBC’s operations units manage UBC’s physical assets—both for risk and performance. By setting high operational standards, they build and maintain a world-leading education and research environment.
Building Operations manages the University’s lands, buildings, and fleets efficiently, safely, and sustainably.
Energy & Water Services manages UBC’s energy and water infrastructure and plays a key role in meeting campus sustainability targets.
Infrastructure Development manages the University’s existing and emerging needs, by planning, developing, renewing and renovating campus facilities.
UBC’s Okanagan campus’s rapid growth in a unique environment requires dedicated care and attention. Our Okanagan-focused finance and operations unit ensures UBC Okanagan can grow while maintaining strong coordination between all UBC campuses.