VP Finance & Operations
The University of British Columbia
Vancouver Campus | Musqueam Traditional Territory
1958 Main Mall, 6th Floor, Walter C. Koerner Library | Vancouver BC | Canada V6T 1Z2
Please contact the office with any comments, questions, or suggestions you may have, via:
Tel 604 822 2823
Contacts the Office of the Vice-President
Executive Assistant to the Vice-President
Coordinates the activities of the Vice-President and supports other projects as required.
Tel 604 822 2823
Contact a department of the VPFO
The UBC Comptroller manages financial support across the University, and delivers key financial data and reporting to stakeholders.
- Financial Operations
Financial Operations provides financial management services and guides UBC through fiscal policies and regulations.
Treasury not only manages UBC’s assets, liabilities, and risks, but also administers key fiscal programs and processes.
- Building Operations
Building Operations manages the University’s lands, buildings, and fleets efficiently, safely, and sustainably.
- Energy & Water Services
Energy & Water Services manages UBC’s energy and water infrastructure and plays a key role in meeting campus sustainability targets.
- Infrastructure Development
Infrastructure Development manages the University’s existing and emerging needs, by planning, developing, renewing and renovating campus facilities.
- Safety & Risk Services
Safety & Risk Services manages academic, operational, and financial risks at UBC.
- Finance & Operations Okanagan
Finance & Operations Okanagan ensures UBC’s Okanagan campus is an exceptional academic environment by managing the financial and operational aspects of campus life.
- VPFO Communications & Engagement
VPFO Communications works to positively position the portfolio and its constituent departments within UBC and its community, and to facilitate the movement of operational and strategic information.
- VPFO Human Resources
The VPFO HR team consistently delivers strategic and operational business partner support for the VPFO and promote UBC’s people practices.