|Date Posted||January 09, 2021|
From caring for patients to conducting clinical and translational research, the Lymphoma and Myeloma department is one of the largest multidisciplinary programs treating these cancers of the blood in the U.S. Led by our faculty team of 25 physicians and scientists, our patients benefit from a team approach that includes our colleagues in radiology, surgery, radiation therapy, hematopathology, and stem cell transplantation, as well as clinical pharmacists, research and clinical nurses, social workers, and dietitians.
Provides accounting support for Clinical Research financial and operational activities of the Department of Lymphoma/Myeloma.
JOB SPECIFIC COMPETENCIES
Account Management and Reconciliation Oversee the monitoring of balances and tracking of income and expenses for all department co/centers including salary and fringe accounts, Staff Development fund, Chairman's fund, Department M&O, Research M&O, faculty startup funds, endowment accounts, sponsored research and various donor accounts
Operational Reporting Produces monthly financial reports for department administrator, chairman, and all faculty - to include free balance, monthly report of expenditures, and expenses of PI/company center - and charts this data as required.
Budget Preparation Performs high level analysis of the department's revenue and financial performance in collaboration with department administrator and chairman. Conducts routine planning for forecast and budget activities with the department administrator and relevant staff. Conducts a post mortem on each submission to ensure a defined and consistent strategy.
Education Required: Bachelor's degree in Business Administration, Accounting or related field.
Experience Required: Two years of accountant experience required with a Bachelor's in Business Administration or related field. One year of accountant experience required with a Bachelor's in Accounting. May substitute required education degree with additional years of equivalent experience on a one to one basis.
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