Develop and compile financial data and conduct often complex analyses, reconciliations and projections in support of an academic, research or administrative unit. Prepare a full range of financially related reports. Areas of involvement may include costs studies, budget forecasts and pricing. May provide work direction to other financial and accounting personnel. This position will interact on a consistent basis with: campus financial personnel. This position typically will advise and counsel: campus financial personnel
Job Duty 1 -Define project scope based on general assignment. Job Duty 2 -Develop and organize data required for projects; determine approach and develop project parameters. Job Duty 3 -Perform or oversee required data entry, calculations, estimates, reconciliations, etc. consistent with project parameters. Job Duty 4 -Prepare and present project results. Job Duty 5 -Provide explanations of methodology employed as required. Job Duty 6 -Remain current on financial reporting requirements, applicable regulations, processes, etc. Job Duty 7 -May provide work direction to lower level financial personnel. Job Duty 8 -Perform other duties as assigned
Educational Requirements: Bachelor's Degree in Accounting, Business, Finance, or related field or equivalent combination of education and experience Required Experience: Four years of job related experience
Additional Preferred Qualifications: Professional certification in accounting or financial analysis Application of specialized skills within a university or government agency environment; ability to apply knowledge of regulations and reporting requirements specific to area of involvement Preferred Educational Qualifications: Master's of Business Administration (MBA)
Preferred education/degree with a focus in Accounting
Advanced knowledge of accounting principles and practices
Federal Acquisition Regulations under FAR 31.2 or 2 CFR 200
Proposal and pricing expertise under FAR 31.2 or 2 CFR 200
Use of office and finance/accounting-related computer applications and systems
Review invoices for proper documentation of allowable cost
Review and determine invoices are calculated properly
Review contract for proper labor rates for the period invoiced
Review payment schedule in the contract if Fixed Price Milestone and obtain approval that Milestone Met
Post invoice review documents to WorkDay
Respond to invoice inquiries from subcontractors
Communicate to subcontractors on invoice issues or errors
Serve as a knowledge base for subcontractor contracting issues
Review outstanding subcontractor invoices in WD and assist in processing the invoice
Proficiency in Federal Acquisition Regulations part 31.2
Knowledge, Skills, & Abilities
SKILLS: Specialized skills required for this job: Application of accounting and financial reporting principles and practices; advanced financial analysis and forecasting techniques; use of specialized financial/accounting related software; project organization and management; communications and presentation skills
This is not a supervisory position. This position does have financial responsibilities. No, this position will not be required to drive. This role is considered a position of trust. This position does not require a purchasing card (P-Card). This position will not travel. This position does not require security clearance.
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Educational Requirements: Bachelor's Degree in Accounting, Business, Finance, or related field or equivalent combination of education and experience Required Experience: Two to Four years of job related experience (depending on level)
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