Senior Fund Manager

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Under general guidance of the CAO for Department of Human Genetics, you will be responsible for fund management for the department's extramural funds, 19900 funds, compensation plan, indirect cost recovery and sales and service funds totaling approximately 11M in annual cash flow. In this role, you will also be responsible for pre and post-award administration including the preparation of financial reports and account reconciliations for PI specific accounts and the department's operating accounts. Monitor status of PI startup, retention and various commitments.

As our Senior Fund Manager, you will meet with faculty members to review the monthly reports and coordinate, update and revise changes in projections and expenses. You will provide advance data extraction and compilation trend analysis for executive level decision support and strategic planning. You ill also assist the CAO with the annual department budget and provide technical support by running queries and compiling data.
  • Demonstrated
    experience with the proposal submission process in order to work with staff and
    faculty when completing forms and processing through appropriate channels.
  • Skill
    in performing basic bookkeeping transactions such as debiting, crediting,
    computing rates, ratios and percentages, preparing financial
    transactions/documents and reconciliation of expenses.
  • Ability
    to read and interpret financial reports, including salary distribution
    spreadsheets in order to draw conclusions from data.
  • Demonstrated
    understanding of business ethics connected to the accountability and
    confidentiality involved in processing financial transactions.
  • Knowledge of the concept of organizational
    hierarchy and policies and procedures established around such a structure.
  • Skill
    in projecting, analyzing and monitoring income and expense trends on the basis
    of existing revenue and cost data.
  • Demonstrated
    proficiency utilizing Microsoft Office and a range of PC-based software,
    including Word, Excel and Outlook in a Windows environment.
  • Interpersonal
    skills sufficient to establish and maintain cooperative working relationships
    with supervisor, co-workers and faculty.
  • Working
    knowledge of University personnel and financial policies and procedures preferred

UCLA is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or protected Veteran status.