UCLA Health Los Angeles, CA, USA
Jun 20, 2019Full time
Responsibilities Are you looking for a career where how we treat each other isn't just one thing it's everything? Come join the team at UCLA Health - David Geffen School of Medicine where the Cultural North Star provides a shared framework to help us achieve our ambitious goal of healing humanity. As the Senior Financial Analyst, you will be part of the Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology and Department of Urology where you will be responsible for fiscal management in support of the administrative, research and education missions. Primary Responsibilities: Analyze financial information; prepare forecasts, budgets and financial reports. Monitor budget variances and provide financial and procedural reporting and analysis of department funds and fiscal activities (daily, weekly, monthly, quarterly, yearly) and develop ad-hoc reporting for key business initiatives, as requested. Manage gifts, contracts and grants, state and compensation plan funds, under the direction of the CFO. Play a crucial role in the overall successful support and management of funding for the Faculty & Principal Investigators (PIs). Develop administrative structures and business office systems, adhering to University policies & procedures, standards and regulations. Working with the CFO, develop department financial long range goals, action plans and budgets. Qualifications The candidate for the position of Senior Financial Analyst must meet the following qualifications: Bachelors' Degree in a relevant field such as business administration, economics, etc. or equivalent experience. Three or more years' experience in finance and/or business. Working knowledge of principles of accounting and financial management. Demonstrated skill in financial analysis, planning, preparation and administration of complex budgets with multiple funding sources. Ability to establish, implement, monitor, and evaluate computerized financial planning, reporting and management systems. Skill in budget preparation and management, preparation of financial reports. Skill in independently prioritizing assignments to complete work in a timely manner when there are changes in workload, changes in assignments, and a heavy workload. Demonstrated writing skills to compose logical, comprehensive and grammatically correct correspondence, procedures and reports. Skill in using PC, Excel, Word, Outlook and other computer software products. Ability to work flexible hours to meet changing deadlines. Preferred Qualifications: Experience with University financial transactions including those related to UCLA Purchasing andAccounts Payable System (PAC), Financial Systems (FS), Financial ProjectionModule (FPM), Electronic Reporting System (ERS) and Query Data Base (QDB), UC Path, Electronic Medical/Health Record (EMR/EHR) Sysytem (i.e. EPIC/CareConnect). Demonstrated knowledge of University and federal contract and grant fiscal policies and procedures including proposal preparation requirements. Knowledge of UCLA Health System Center organizational structure, clinical, research and administrative departments.