Advertised Summary Job Description: Reporting to the Director, Budget and Finance, and the Department Administrator/CFO, this position will assist with the management of the annual budget submission process, as well as the financial reporting, for the Department of Pediatrics. Assists with general office operations, other related duties as assigned.
Responsibilities include: -Ensuring department budget submissions align with operating trends and compliance, within P&S budget guidelines. -Coordinates the creation and update of annual budget templates for the various divisions. -Partnering with departmental and divisional leadership to develop and implement turnaround plans for Departments. -Report, analyze, and interpret financial data for senior leadership. -Assist in the development and implementation of department benchmarks for clinical practice and grant activities. -Preparing and analyzing department business plans and financial forecasts, for both NYP and CU. -Managing the Department process for the documentation of Fair Market Value (FMV) of contracts to third parties for physician services; performed in conjunction with the Office of Legal Counsel, P&S, Controller's Office, and FPO Office. -Assisting in the development of revised department financial forecasts for the current budget year as well as multi-year financial estimates. -Reviewing the department financial performance against budget, identifying significant variances, and working with departments develop recommendations to make necessary adjustments. -Performing independent analysis of P&S financial issues and present findings in a comprehensive manner. -Review and document existing department financial reporting/budget monitoring systems identifying shortcomings and inconsistencies with COB & FDS reports, make recommendations for improvements and assist in the implementation of any changes. -Providing support and training to divisions in their preparation of budgets, FMV documentation, NYP Analysis reports, and other matters as required. -Supervises, trains, and coaches all staff in division of Budget and Finance. -Performs other duties and responsibilities as assigned.
General Minimum Qualifications: Requires a bachelor's degree or equivalent in education and experience, plus four years of related experience.
Additional Specific Minimum Qualifications: - Excellent written and oral communication. - Must have strong organization skills/accounting.
Preferred Qualifications: Masters' degree in a finance related field preferred
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