Fund Manager

Responsibilities
Under
the direction of the Chair, CAO, and Assistant Directors, and in compliance
with all university and agency applicable policies and guidelines, you will serve
as Fund Manager to facilitate the proper financial management and
administrative oversight of restricted extramural and unrestricted funding
sources for assigned faculty and research programs in the Department of
Neurosurgery. Includes managing a portfolio of accounts within the department,
including federal and state contracts and grants, 19900 funds, gifts and
endowments, fellowships, as well as industry-sponsored research and clinical
trials. You will provide comprehensive lead and support services to all aspects
of pre-award, post-award, ERS and other research administration duties and
tasks as assigned. You will also serve as liaison between the ORA,
EFM, General Accounting, Purchasing, Graduate Division, and other central
campus offices, funding agencies and the principal investigators.Qualifications
REQUIRED

Demonstrated
skill in analyzing fiscal/financial data; synthesizing information to clear and
concise results with the ability to develop information dissemination
techniques and excellent oral and written communication skills to convey and
obtain information

Demonstrated proficiency with Microsoft Excel, or the equivalent Windows based
spreadsheet software, including ability to employ higher-level functions such
as pivot-table, linking, etc.

Demonstrated skill in preparing budgets and projections using spreadsheets and
databases.

Ability to attend to details and follow through on assignments without close
supervision

Ability to maintain confidentiality of information and ability to use
discretion in responding to inquiries and sensitive information.
PREFERRED

Demonstrated working knowledge of University's financial/accounting and other
administrative policies and procedures with a high degree of accuracy.

Working knowledge of University policies and procedures regarding financial,
administrative, and personnel activities.

Familiarity with federal government policies and procedures governing
appropriate grant related expenditures.

Experience developing systems for reporting and tracking research administration
and fund activities, including web-based reporting and informational systems
and electronic files and tracking systems.
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.

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