The Financial Analyst will manage the assigned departments financial and program reporting under the general supervision of the Sr. Business Partner. The individual assures that department financial statements are prepared by established deadlines and in accordance with federal as well as campus policies and procedures.
The Financial Analyst performs complex analysis techniques and knows how to gather and research data with minimal direction. The individual initiates, designs and provides analytical studies to prepare summary reports and background materials for campus or department administrative officers and managers on proposed campus/university policies that will impact campus resources, staff salary funding, campus-wide permanent budget management, budget/accounting/resource rules and best practices for accounting, budget, financial, and other resources management and administration. The position manages the gathering of budgetary and resource requirements information during planning stages, such as the annual budget process.
The Financial Analyst independently develops, interprets and implements financial concepts for financial planning, resource planning (dollars), and control of their assigned departments organizational budget, determines solutions, makes recommendations to the Sr. Business Partner, which then will be presented to the department. This position will lead monthly finance meetings with department Managers, Directors and possibly the Associate Vice Chancellor (AVC) and if needed presents the financial information and recommendations in absence of the supervisor. Presentations prepared by the position are of technical information concerning moderate to complex scope of specific projects or schedules.
Internal Number: 3150153
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