Duties: The FP3 provides reporting to the senior management in the department and corresponding division(s). The position is responsible for reporting, managing, and analyzing for several divisions in Pediatrics. This includes acting as the Pediatrics finance contact between the division and federal agencies and foundations. Varied situations require analysis using general precedents and procedures. The FP3 works independently and resolves most problems with little assistance from management.
Financial analysis, oversight and management – 45%
Provide financial oversight, analysis and management of sponsored and non-sponsored data. Prepare financial reports and present data to faculty and/or management. Forecast budgets and expenses. Ensure compliance with University policies and procedures. Effort coordinator. Document approval.
Financial reporting - 30%
Create consolidated financial statements. Report both standard and customized monthly, quarterly, and annual reports for management and principal investigators to meet goals and objectives. Provide information to help in the decision making process.
Budget proposal development and management of federal and other grants and contracts - 20%
Develop budgets and narratives for funding proposals. Assist in the processing of documents to submit funding proposals. Monitor projects for compliance to sponsors requirements. Work with funding agencies to resolve invoicing discrepancies.
Gift management and external sales - 5%
Monitor donations and other funds deposited to the University of Minnesota Foundation funds. Track and report donations from all donors.
***All required qualifications must be documented on application materials***
Requires BA/BS with at least four years of related experience or a combination of education and work experience totaling 8 years to include experience in financial analysis, creating and maintaining finance reports, and budgeting.
Demonstrated ability to work in a fast-paced environment
Demonstrated organizational and customer service orientation skills
Strong communication skills with both financial and managerial staff
Advanced Microsoft Excel skills
Profient in Microsoft Word and Google applications
Evidence of successful working relationships with senior management and principal investigators
Experience with federal granting agencies to include budgeting, pre and post award
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