The Associate Director for Clinical Trials Finance is responsible for the financial strategy and oversight of 12 oncology disease programs/divisions in the Abramson Cancer Center (ACC). The Associate Director develops and implements fiscal policies and processes and oversees the financial reporting activities, as well as the internal control environment in the ACC. The incumbent is accountable for administrative and financial management operations, including the development of a financial and operational strategy, metrics tied to that strategy, and the ongoing development and monitoring of control systems designed to report accurate financial results. The Associate Director reports directly to the Executive Director of Administration in ACC. The position requires strong leadership over all fiscal and fiduciary responsibilities for the ACC, in collaboration with faculty, administrators, and ACC leadership. The Associate Director will be responsible for managing and maintaining a growing clinical research portfolio which includes industry, federal, and foundation sponsors for $12M per annum with over 200 awards and will be responsible for developing and managing a team that consists of six financial and administrative staff who will assist in pre-and post-award financial processes. The Associate Director will have oversight of proposal submission, budget development, and contract negotiations (finance) through study initiation as well as post-award financial management and reporting and will ensure that the following are done effectively and efficiently: * Establishing internal family accounts for study related patient expenses * Coordinating with clinical project managers and CRU Director and other Associate Directors to ensure financial compliance and provide financial information for strategic resource planning an allocation. * Reviewing complex contract information and invoicing sponsors for study payments based on milestones and activity. * Developing, analyzing, and submitting routine financial reports to Principal Investigators * Preparing internal reports and responding to inquiries from executive level university administration concerning specific grant and contract information. * Processing study payments through the University’s financial systems and budget funds based on initial study proposal. * Oversee the payroll process for the entire Clinical Trials Program in the Cancer Center Provide financial analysis over grant portfolio and submit findings to the Executive Director of Administration.
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