Reporting to the Cardiology Division Manager, the Deputy Division Manager for Finance is critical to the daily operations of the Division. The incumbent is responsible for overseeing the effective and efficient budgetary and financial management of the Division's non-sponsored resources encompassing $32M that is a mix of funds flow (ProFess), Division gifts, Faculty gifts, endowment income, discretionary funds, professional service agreements and contracts, and financial commitments to faculty for recruitment and retention. Incumbent is responsible for ensuring successful internal controls; compliance with gift and endowment restrictions; compliance with UC, campus and DOM policies and procedures; continual process improvement; and risk management. Incumbent serves as a resource for guidance within the Division, particularly on UC, DOM, and division policies, with a concentration on financial and administrative management requirements related to UC accounting, purchasing, travel reimbursement, gifts and endowments, and capital assets policies and procedures.
Responsibilities include oversight of the annual budget preparation; oversight of the monthly reports used by the Division Manager and faculty in decision support; preparation of the annual faculty incentives for clinical, research and teaching activity; preparation and distribution of the monthly individual physician key performance indicators reports with cFTE-based wRVU targets, and maintenance of the expected clinical effort and individual funding tracking systems. Incumbent serves as a resource for guidance, with oversight of prospective and retroactive funding updates for faculty and staff; oversight of clinical pay plans and payments; oversight of ledger verification; approval of journals; oversight of purchasing; oversight of reimbursements; oversight of capital asset inventory; oversight of overdraft resolution. This position leads in the creation, maintenance and reporting of operational and budget processes, and finance planning and monitoring of policies and procedures for Division operations. Responsible for oversight of the non-sponsored finance unit and for leading development and implementation of optimal workflows, and facilitating collaboration and sharing of best practices within the Division for related workflows and/or activities, such as purchasing, reimbursement, and ledger reconciliation.
The University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) is a leading university dedicated to promoting health worldwide through advanced biomedical research, graduate-level education in the life sciences and health professions, and high-quality patient care. It is the only UC campus in the 10-campus system dedicated exclusively to the health sciences.