Senior Fund Manager


As our Senior Fund Manager, you will manage all fund management support functions for the Clinical and
Translational Science Institute's (CTSI) research programs totaling
approximately $35 Million annually. While
ensuring compliance with sponsor grant policy and any other regulations (OMB
Circulars) you will prepare all internal documentation, seek requisite pre-award
approval and serve as the liaison to all University entities necessary for the
preparation of all contract and grant proposals and post award administration
related to the CTSI UL1, KL2, TL1 renewal and related CTSI grant proposals and
special supplements.

In this role, you will also
provide fund management support to the Office of Clinical Research and will be responsible for all departmental
fund management activities from fund inception to closure such that financial
activities and records do not deviate from approved policy and procedures. You will process transfer of funds and
payroll and non-payroll expense transfers, work with Extramural Funds
Management for required journals and will prepare and submit any required No Cost Time Extensions and Request
Approval to Spend funds as well as review NCTEs from recipients' of pilot
funding that the CTSI awards.
  • Bachelor's Degree strongly preferred
  • Demonstrated working knowledge of NIH and other industry sponsored contracts, grants and clinical trials administration
  • 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.
  • Skill in writing concise, logical and grammatically correct correspondence.
  • Demonstrated ability to operate a computer with a Windows 3.1/95 or most recent environment utilizing MS Office to perform word-processing, spreadsheet analysis, and database programming and management.
  • Skill in organizing and maintaining up to date, accurate bookkeeping records on-line and maintaining alpha-numeric files.

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.