Fund Manager

Under the general direction of the Division
Administrator and Senior Fund Manager, act as a Fund Manager for the Division
of Hematology-Oncology. Prepare all internal documentation and provide liaison
to all University entities necessary for the preparation of Divisional contract
and grant proposals. In this role, you will be responsible for all fund
activities of designated accounts from fund inception to closure such that
financial activities and records do not deviate from approved policy and
procedures; process Transfer of Funds, Cost Transfers, NPEARs, No Cost
Extensions and Request Approval to Spend funds; reconcile monthly ledgers;
compile fiscal information to be used to prepare annual budgets, monthly
financial statements including projections utilizing information from
University ledgers, Query Database (QDB), and the University On-line Financial
Reports; provide guidance to the Principal Investigators and other research
faculty for funded projects to assure proper expenditure; prepare and/or approve
purchasing documents, expenditure invoices and other charges, and resolve any
accounting problem or irregularities on a timely basis. Assist in the
preparation of new research proposal applications to federal, non-profit, and
private agencies, editing drafts, collaborating with investigators and
gathering all the information necessary for submission; assist in preparation
of pre-award budgeting including salary, equipment, supplies and other expenses
used in the proposed research; track proposal status and sponsored research
negotiation progress; and ensure all necessary documents are complete and
Required:* Skill in performing various accounting transactions such as debiting, crediting, reconciling expenses, preparing transfer of payroll and non-payroll expenses* Analytical skills to assess personnel and financial information practices and procedures, define problems, formulate logical solutions, develop alternative solutions, make recommendations, and initiate corrective actions.* Skills in perceiving and defining cause and effect relationships between expenditure rates and budgetary projections.* Mathematical skills for the preparation of complex calculations and forecasts and to identify and resolve complex financial problems.* Demonstrated ability to operate a computer with a Word, Excel, Outlook environment utilizing MS Office to perform word-processing, spreadsheet analysis, and database programming and management.* Ability to utilize web browser for the identification of potential funding sources.* Ability to develop and conduct presentations to faculty and administrative personnel.
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.