Manager for business aspects of the Indiana University Gene Therapy Testing Laboratory (IU GTTL) business operations within the Department of Medical and Molecular Genetics.
Laboratory Business Manager Responsibilities for the IU GTTL:
- Prepare quotes and invoices for services for internal clients, academic clients, and commercial entities.
- Keep records of services provided to facilitate reporting to NIH or other extramural programs funding the IU GTTL (ex. National Gene Vector Biorepository).
- Assist with travel, as needed, for IU GTTL personnel.
- Work with departmental staff for accounting and comparison of cash flows and expenses and proper billing procedures.
- Prepare laboratory financial reports and manage the the auxiliary unit by working with IU GTTL management in developing, proposing, and obtaining university approval for annual rates.
- Conducting ongoing comparisons of rates vs. revenue, and auxiliary accounting reporting. Regularly utilize IU software programs to track auxiliary services by entering rates, confirming correct data flow and functionality.
- Confirm receipt of payment and assist in collection efforts, as needed.
- Summarize and forecast on the state of the IU VPF financial affairs on a quarterly basis.
- Manage website, outreach, and organizational matters related to IU GTTL efforts.
Bachelor of Science in accounting or a related field and three years of financial experience.
Combinations of education and related experience may be considered.
Advanced knowledge in Microsoft Office systems, specifically Excel or similar finance/accounting program. Experience working with the financial and regulatory aspects of facility billing. Excellent communication and negotiation skills. Ability to interpret policies and act independently in a highly complex regulatory/fiscal environment. Highly motivated and able to multi-task. Strong attention to detail. Ability to interact and communicate with managers, University administrators, and customers.
Experience in IUIE. One or more years of related experience in laboratory financial management. Grants and contract administration experience. IU auxiliary accounting experience knowledge. Program management experience.
Working Conditions / Demands
Tasks related to the position: Standing, sitting, and lifting.
Salary Plan: PAE
Salary Grade: 3AD
Job Function: Finance
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