Post-Award Fund Manager (Pediatrics Administration)
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POST DATE 9/12/2019
END DATE 12/18/2019
University of California - Los Angeles Medical Centers
Los Angeles, CA
As our Post-Award Administration Fund Manager, you will provide financial oversight and management for extramural funding sources attributed to an assigned portfolio of divisions/programs within the Department of Pediatrics. Reporting to the Post-Award Administration Manager, major responsibilities include: new account setup, financial status reporting and ongoing financial monitoring, revenue and expense reconciliation, effort and progress reports, award modifications and award closing.
You will work closely with Division faculty and administrative leadership (e.g., Human Resources, Finance, Research, Division Administrative Partners) to monitor and analyze financial activity, and recommend/implement changes based on review of relevant activity. Responsibilities may also include integrated financial evaluation involving other funding sources such as departmental/compensation plan, state and gift funds and reviewing or approving purchasing requests as needed.
You will work in partnership with division personnel, other fund managers, Division Administrative Partners, and departmental leadership to properly allocate expenses to correct funding sources and to complete other projects as assigned. Effective performance in this role will support the financial, academic, research and strategic productivity of the Department.Qualifications
* Commitment to providing world-class service to constituents
* Demonstrated working knowledge of administrative and business practices and procedures in a large-scale, complex organization, preferably a university environment
* Demonstrated knowledge of general accounting terms and principles
Skill in financial analysis and planning with demonstrated ability to produce and summarize tailored financial reports * Excellent interpersonal and communication skills to convey information clearly, effectively, professionally and diplomatically with faculty, staff, leadership, organizational partners, etc.
* Ability to set priorities to complete work in a timely manner; ability to adapt to frequent changes in fluctuating workload
* Skill in working independently and following through on assignments
* Demonstrated skill in writing clear and concise correspondence, reports and summary materials for a variety of audiences including faculty, staff, government agencies, and other constituencies
* Working knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint
* Ability to work flexible hours when necessary to accommodate deadlines and protocols
* Demonstrated ability to maintain confidentiality
* Working knowledge of Federal Contract and Grant policies and procedures
* Demonstrated knowledge of applicable UC policies and procedures related to grants proposals and management and fund management, including state, grant and philanthropic funding, as well as BruinBuy and purchasing
UCLA is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or protected Veteran status.