The Division Analyst provides administrative support for Division of Endocrinology & Metabolism as well as the Division of Rheumatology at Parnassus. The position requires the ability to prioritize work accurately and independently and to function effectively to manage competing priorities. Assignments are often given on a project basis and the individual is expected to manage the full problem-solving process: gather and sort information, identify potential solutions, and present the finished product in the form of a written recommendation or completed project. In addition, it is often the responsibility of the individual to apply certain knowledge and/or training to identify issues and solve problems. The position requires high levels of professionalism and diplomacy. This position works with the Division Manager, Division Chief, Clinic Chief, Clinic Practice Manager, faculty, division analyst and other Division staff to successfully perform responsibilities that are critical to the Division.
The Division Analyst often works directly with the faculty in providing administrative support, but also with the Division Manager, Division Chief, Clinic Chief, Clinic, division analyst, fellowship administrator and other Division staff to successfully perform responsibilities that are critical to the Division.
The Division Analyst provides administrative support including scheduling support for faculty, general ledger reconciliation, purchasing, expense reimbursements, space surveys, physical inventories, medical staff credentialing applications, appointment renewals, manage Physician Time Study Reports and other activities related to the operation of the division. The candidate will work extensively with various UCSF on-line systems including: MyReports, Bear Buy, UCPath, MyExpense, PeopleSoft, PeopleConnect, etc.
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