| || 47567BR |
| || Budget & Management Reporting Analyst |
| || 7710 Financial Analyst IV |
| || Laurel Heights |
| || SOM Dean’s Office, Financial Affairs |
| || Monday - Friday, 8:00 am – 5:00 pm |
| || Days |
| || 8 Hours |
| || JOB OVERVIEW
The Budget & Management Reporting Analyst reports directly to the Director for Resource Planning and Decision Support in the Financial Affairs office in the School of Medicine’s Dean’s Office, and serves as a key member of the Consolidated Budget team. The Analyst uses advanced professional concepts and organizational objectives to resolve complex issues in creative and effective ways; works on complex issues where analysis of situations or data requires an in-depth evaluation of variable factors; and exercises judgment in selecting methods, techniques, and evaluation criteria for obtaining results.
• Assists in developing the necessary analytical tools and programs that support management and strategic decisions related to financial planning for the School
• Performs complex financial modeling and analyses for executive management
• Serves as a key resource in the development and implementation of the School’s consolidated budget process and related deliverables
• Provides financial information to meet ad hoc reporting demands, as well as internal and external reporting requirements
• Leads complex special projects with a School-wide impact as identified by the Director, Resource Planning and Decision Support and the Associate Dean, Financial Affairs
• Leverages expertise and special project responsibilities to instill an overarching mindset of continuous process improvement in the Financial Affairs office and School finance staff, especially as it relates to financial management applications and practices
• Serves as a liaison to departments, organized research units, and other School entities, and establishes and maintains contacts and working relationships that are both internal and external to the office and at all levels
• Is responsible for providing effective input and establishing work products that will benefit the School at large.
SOM DEAN’S OFFICE / FINANCIAL AFFAIRS
The UCSF School of Medicine (SOM) is a $2+B enterprise and the Financial Affairs office is the chief administration unit. The Financial Affairs office oversees, directs, coordinates, and manages all SOM funds, and all clinical enterprise-related funds flow and transactions. The office serves as the School’s control point for resource planning, finance, accounting and compliance, reporting, and decision support. It also establishes School-wide fiscal policies, processes, and financial reporting, and manages the Dean’s Office budget, reporting, and accounting functions. The office is responsible for the fiscal oversight of 40+ academic departments, organized research units, and programs within the School, and the management of School-wide financial planning, analysis, and reporting process. The mission of the Financial Affairs office is to promote and provide financial expertise, efficient tools and services, responsible fiscal stewardship, and meaningful reporting and analytics, and be a strategic partner to the leadership of UCSF’s four missions: education, healthcare, public service, and research.
The University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) is a leading university dedicated to promoting health worldwide through advanced biomedical research, graduate-level education in the life sciences and health professions, and excellence in patient care. It is the only campus in the 10-campus UC system dedicated exclusively to the health sciences.
| || • Bachelor’s degree, or equivalent, in business administration, with an emphasis in accounting or finance, with seven years of experience, or an equivalent combination of education or experience
• Advanced knowledge of and experience in finance planning, budgeting and decision support, preferably in higher education/research/academic environments, including strong working knowledge of finance and operations metrics
• Demonstrated ability to use MS Office and other database software tools to gather information for specialized, complex financial analysis, fiscal management, and financial reports
• Experience leading change management activities in a complex, matrixed organizational environment
• Advanced client service orientation, critical thinking skills, and attention to detail. In depth ability to use organizational skills to multi-task in a dynamic work environment
• Advanced ability to deliver training and presentations across a broad organizational constituency and to effectively present complex finance related information both verbally and in writing in a clear and concise manner
• Excellent leadership and interpersonal skills, with the demonstrated ability to interact positively and effectively with staff and leaders. Demonstrated political acumen and ability to develop and maintain excellent working relationships with stakeholders at all levels of the institution
• Ability to function as a reliable team member and ability adapt to changing priorities
Note: Fingerprinting and background check required. Effective March 13, 2017, all final candidate(s) for employment are required to undergo a background check.
| || • MBA
• Experience in enterprise-level budgeting tools and applications, e.g., Hyperion
• Experience in UC accounting policies, practices, procedures, and/or systems
• Experience with fund accounting
• Experience supervising and managing staff
| || n/a |
| || Full Time |
| || 100% |
| || The University of California San Francisco 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, age, protected veteran or disabled status, or genetic information. |