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FINANCIAL ADMINISTRATOR 1 , Laboratory for Nuclear Science (LNS) , to independently perform accounting and financial functions in a busy, service-oriented fiscal office in an academic research laboratory. Responsibilities will include developing research proposals; working in coordination with the senior financial administrator to develop specific budgets and long-range projection analysis for research groups; maintaining proper accounting, financial, and recordkeeping reports and procedures and helping to assure post-award conformity to sponsor guidelines; approving paper and electronic requisitions; maintaining and developing salary database projections; handling the accurate and timely close-out of accounts; serving as a key contact for faculty, research administration staff, and internal MIT offices regarding budget and fiscal matters; and assisting the senior financial administrator with special assignments as needed.
Job Requirements REQUIRED : a bachelor's degree; two years of experience in finance or accounting; experience in an accounting/finance environment; excellent analytical, organizational, interpersonal, and communication skills; and proficiency with database management, Adobe Acrobat, and Microsoft Excel/Word. Seek a detail- and customer service-oriented individual who is able to work without supervision, prioritize multiple tasks and changing priorities/responsponsibilities, and meet deadlines. PREFERRED : experience managing and developing budgets, and knowledge of federal guidelines. Job #19490-6
This position is a pay grade 6.
Internal Number: 19490
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