Position Description: Under the direct supervision of the Supervisor, develop, prepare and analyze advanced level financial reports for assigned programmatic areas. Provide monthly, quarterly and annual budget v. actual reports to Anderson Directors and Senior Management. Analyze current and historical data to produce ad-hoc financial reports. Consult with management on trends and make recommendations for budgetary and strategic planning purposes.
Overall fund management for an assigned fund portfolio. Provide advice, consultation and oversight to assigned units regarding the preparation of low value orders, purchase orders, and travel and entertainment expense reports. Advise on guidelines and fund restrictions. Monitor fund balances and prepare transfer of funds, monetary transfer of funds and expense adjustments (NPEAR) as necessary.
Exercising independent initiative, incumbent is responsible for troubleshooting difficult transactional issues. Provide expert assistance to Anderson business units regarding all aspects purchasing, travel and entertainment reimbursements.
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