The TCE Office of Finance and Administration at the University of Tennessee invites applications for a full time Financial Analyst. Reporting to the Executive Director of Finance & Administration, the Financial Analyst provides complex comparative analysis and support for financial, budgeting, planning and reporting activities for the Tickle College of Engineering (TCE). The primary responsibilities of this position include budget development and implementation, continuous monitoring of actuals versus budget, variance analysis, proactively analyzing data for trends, running financial scenarios and gauging their impacts on TCE operations, standard monthly managerial reporting, reconciliations between systems, and ad hoc analysis and reporting.
The Financial Analyst will be the subject matter expert regarding use of the Adaptive Insights budgeting and forecasting tool for TCE and will be responsible for developing and managing the reporting capabilities of the tool. This position will also be the primary point of contact for data gathering requests and analysis of the gathered data, including being able to identify and pull data from various sources such as IRIS, BW, OIRA, HR, Enrollment Management, Academic Unit Statistics, and others. This position must maintain a thorough technical knowledge of all of university systems and how they interrelate in order to ensure the data integrity of the budget model.
Review of application materials will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled. It is preferred that all applications include cover letter, resume and three references.
Internal Number: 216393
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