Working title: Finance Manager, Non Sponsored-Payroll
Starting Salary Range: Commensurate With Experience
Employee group: Full time
Employee subgroup (FLSA Status): Exempt
Schedule (hours/days): 8:30 am to 5:00 pm
Personnel area (School): Academic and Business Centers
Position Type: New
Org unit name and #: Jhpiego
Department name: Finance and Accounting (FAO)
Reports to (Job title): Reports to (Job title): Director, Finance and Accounting
The Financial Manager reports to the Director, Finance & Accounting, and manages Jhpiego's payroll of 300 staff, including expatriates. This position works closely with Jhpiego Global Human Resources, Johns Hopkins University (JHU) Payroll Shared Services. This position supervises the Finance Payroll team.
Additionally, the Finance Manager will oversee the creation of the annual operating budget for Jhpiego departments including Global Human Resources, Travel. This includes oversight of developing and monitoring the budgets, recording and reporting of the financial data of the departments.
Specific duties & responsibilities:
Supervises team of Finance Payroll staff. Supervisory responsibilities include interviewing, hiring, training, motivating, evaluating and initiating disciplinary action as needed according to HR policies and procedures.
Oversee and direct Jhpiego staff Payroll, including the approval SAP Payroll actions entered by Jhpiego Payroll staff. This includes verifying adherence to policies and procedures, and ensuring necessary documentation is on file for requested actions.
Oversee and direct responses to Payroll Audit questions, both internal (JHU Payroll Continuous Audit) and external (Donor audit), providing explanation. Provide explanation and guidance to donors and to staff regarding Effort expense, Effort policy. Provide technical assistance in tying out effort expense with SAP reports.
Oversee and direct quarterly and semi-annual Effort certification for 300+ staff
Oversee and direct staff Effort Distribution Change process using J-LOE, Jhpiego's Level of Effort system
Monitor and reconcile controlled salary reports, mitigating risk associated with Effort expense in suspense
Oversees and directs the creation of annual fiscal year budget for Global Human Resources, Travel, and other departments as assigned. This includes but is not limited to: develop financial reports to aid department administrators in the development of fiscal year, general funds, and designated funds budgets, prepare budget submission(s), attend budget meetings.
Oversee the maintenance and enhancement of budget monitoring systems, including internal and external budget systems.
Directs monthly reporting to department vice presidents.
Interprets financial results and provides variance analysis to administrators and department levels.
Assist senior management with strategic planning and ad hoc analysis requests
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