Spons Res Fin Analyst, Lead

     
Pay Range Minimum
Job Code:
SS06
Hourly:
$33.03
FLSA*:
Exempt
Monthly:
$5,725
Grade:
512
Annually:
$68,700

*This is an Exempt position. Employees in this position are paid a salary on a monthly basis and are not eligible to receive overtime pay.

JOB DESCRIPTION: Serves as a lead expert in sponsored research accounting and financial analysis. Responsible for post award processing of grants and contracts. Assists in developing policies and procedures for research accounting practices; routinely provides policy and procedure interpretation to academic departments and assists in the preparation of reports to federal and sponsoring agencies. Duties involve reviewing contracts, updating database records, creating and maintaining grant and contract files, preparing invoices, monitoring accounts receivable and deliverable reports, developing queries and reports on the financial system, working with the division business managers to resolve contractual issues, communicating with sponsors, ensuring compliance with contract regulations and reporting requirements, and closing out contracts. May supervise professional staff. This is a central job, reporting to Finance of Grants & Accounting (FGC).
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelors degree in Business, Accounting or Finance and 7 years professional accounting or financial analysis experience, preferably in research/sponsored programs accounting.

The above statements are intended to describe the work being performed by people assigned to this job. They are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and skills required of the personnel so classified.

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