Special Selection Applicants: Apply by 05/31/21. Eligible Special Selection clients should contact their Disability Counselor for assistance.
This position will remain open until filled.
The description of this posting have been updated as of 6/17/2021.
UC San Diego Health is seeking an applicant for a Finance Systems Architect who will be responsible for assessing financial systems environments and governance capabilities to make accounting and financial data actionable for UCSD Health and facilitating the integration of data into and out of our financial systems environments. This position will report to the Medical Center Controller, and will be responsible for the overall program design and management of UCSD Health's finance systems program. This encompasses designing and implementing sustainable governance for financial applications including, but not limited to Oracle Financial Cloud, Oracle Supply Chain, PeopleSoft, and more. Additionally, analytics and business intelligence strategy related to finance systems will be a key area of focus as part of this role at UCSD Health.
Finance Systems Requirements: Finance Systems Requirement: The Finance Systems Architect will function as the point person for developing and maintaining the UCSD Health System Finance Systems strategy and roadmap. Specific duties include: assessing the current state and designing the future state of Finance Systems at UCSD Health. Developing the roadmap based on maturity assessments and pain points for capabilities around integration and reporting for Oracle General Ledger, Supply Chain, and more. The Architect will ensure consistency in application configuration, data quality, governance, architecture, and analytics for the Health System and define roles and responsibilities to establish a sustainable Finance Systems program, operating models, and business cases with both qualitative and quantitative analysis. the role engages with senior leaders in Health Finance, Health IS, Health System Operations, Campus Accounting, Campus ITS, and leads collaboration and coordination with Health System Accounting, Campus Accounting, Campus IT, and Health IT.
Project Management Requirements: The Finance Systems Architect will function as the technical program manager responsible for their team's project plans in conjunction with the operational project managers to ensure accurate, consistent, and timely project and application milestone delivery. Specific duties include but are not limited to developing and maintaining project plans, directing work to other team members, creating status reports, facilitating decisions, identifying and mitigating risks, collecting and interpreting data from various sources, presenting measure and program results to clinical and operations executives, and managing evolving technical requirements.
Product Management: The Finance Systems Architect will function as the technical product manager responsible for developing and evangelizing the adoption and utilization of the core Finance Systems products such as: Oracle Financial Cloud, Oracle Supply Chain, Concur, and more. Roadmaps should be developed in conjunction with senior leadership, operational stakeholders, and vendor advisors to ensure these products can meet business and clinical requirements including scaling across multiple dimensions. Specific duties include but are not limited to facilitating strategic planning sessions, conducting product related research, developing product requirements and specifications, producing development approaches and timelines, coordinating the integration of products into the larger enterprise product portfolio, assessing third party products/vendor solutions, communication plans, training plans, writing recommendations to senior leadership, and creating maintenance/upgrade plans.
Financial Analyst 5: Involves technical acumen for planning, designing, developing, implementing and administering finance related system. Maintains and optimizes systems and provides strategic direction for finance systems as needed. Directs, initiates, designs, and provides analytical studies, summary reports, and background materials to an organization or departmental administrative officers and managers on proposed organization/university policies that might impact resources, staff and faculty salary funding, organization-wide budget management, budget/accounting/resource rules and best practices for budget, financial, and other resources management and administration.
The incumbent will have a strong record of showing general organization process improvements in a fast paced environment and the ability to handle multiple projects at
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