Under direction, assists with financial, accounting and administrative activities within the department
- Assists with the annual operating budget and associated policies and guidelines. Gathers industry or peer data for comparison and best practices.
- Analyzes department’s financial health. Creates financial models and recommends cost cutting measures.
- Provides guidance on budget and financial policies to ensure adherence to institutional policies and standards.
- If applicable, responsible for research financial management activities. Assists in reconciling budget to actual expense activity for all grants and contracts. Researches all financial discrepancies; contacts appropriate personnel to resolve issues.
- If applicable, responsible for Master Service Agreement (MSA) billing. Reconciles payments with partner institutions and rectifies any errors. Updates processes and forms to match new agreements.
- If applicable, responsible for gift donation activities.
- If applicable, prepares report of faculty earning $500,000 or more in total compensation. Calculates faculty compensation payout to determine supplemental accruals.
- May be responsible for payroll activities.
- Ensures compliance with regulatory audits/inspections and/or internal reviews. Develops and recommends corrective action plans to address deficiencies identified. May serve as liaison to audit team(s) during on-site visits.
- Responsible for procurement activities related to goods, services, and/or equipment and for disbursement/reimbursement activities as needed.
- Bachelor's Degree in related field
Approximately 2 years of finance related experience, preferably within an academic medical center.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
- Previous experience in fund accounting/financial planning.
- Experience with database software or an enterprise resource planning system, SAP preferably, is highly desired.
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