Posting Description: Examples of Work Performed: 1. Provide ED faculty and staff guidance on procurement policies and procedures 2. Assist to update department policies to ensure compliance with University, UPI and State guidelines 3. Serve as Requestor in CU Marketplace. 4. Manage and coordinate all financial transactions including but not limited to Purchase Orders, Payment Vouchers, IN's and Reimbursement requests for the department. 5. Ensure the propriety of all transactions in accordance State, University, UPI and UCH rules and regulations 6. Reconcile financials from multiple entities (UPI, UCD and DHHA) and create and maintain one consolidated budget vs actual database for all department accounts on a monthly basis. 7. Develop and manage a contract requesting process in the department and determine the admin cost for each contract utilizing managerial accounting techniques and negotiate budgets with external sponsors. 8. Manage all service agreements in the department. Review agreements for cost effectiveness and develop budgets to ensure cost reimbursement exceeds costs for all agreement. Negotiate with sponsor for budget consideration. 9. Monitor all contracts and service agreements to ensure prompt receipt of payments. 10. Develop departmental tax allocation process on all clinical and contract income 11. Manage the clinical incentive plan and collect data for all faculty monthly regarding individual faculty performance 12. Develop a scheduling methodology for all non-physician providers. Manage the monthly scheduling process and train admin staff to develop the schedules 13. Develop a methodology for tracking clinical performance for part-time physicians and clinical fellows and develop a database to track the information 14. Manage and coordinate equipment and space inventories for the department 15. Develop and provide financial monthly reports for the Director of Finance and Administration along with budget recommendations and potential issues that may affect the financial health of the department 16. Set reimbursement policy for the department faculty and staff. Oversee and manage reimbursement requests for all faculty/staff and develop training program to best inform faculty/staff 17. Manage all official functions for the department 18. Manage all procurement and travel card transaction activity. Set departmental policy on the use of university credit cards and maintain departmental program. 19. Serve as the subject-matter expert for Scope of Work transactions 20. Prepare cost studies for all service center accounts. Conduct cost-benefit analysis to determine the best allocation methodology for overhead costs. 21. Manage the clinical revenue cycle. 22. Other duties as assigned
Minimum Qualifications: *A Bachelor's degree in accounting, business, finance or in a related field *Experience with policy development, implementation and analysis *At least three years experience handling day-to-day financial transactions of an organization including invoicing, billing, reporting, preparing budgets, receiving, and handling A/R and A/P *At least three years experience in financial analysis and creation and development of database systems to report date to internal and external consituents *Experience with clinical revenue cycle management *Experience creating or developing database systems in Microsoft Access to integrate financial information from multiple sources *Experience in Microsoft Office NOTE: You must list your salary requirements within your cover letter. You may not be considered for this position if the required information is not listed.
Required Competencies/Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities: *Ability to work with a diverse group and competing interests *Ability to work independently, prioritize tasks, work under deadlines with minimal supervision *Ability to investigate discrepancies and incorporate feedback to ensure accuracy of final reports *Flexibility and the ability to adapt to various situations *Advanced knowledge of standard accounting and auditing practices *Advanced knowledge of fund accounting *Strong problem solving skills, customer service and interpersonal skills *Excellent time management and organization skills *Ability to effectively explain processes and procedures *Excellent organizational skills and ability to manage multiple projects *Excellent attention to detail *Ability to represent the university in a professional manner with tact and diplomacy *Knowledge of various CU, UPI, UCH and University policies, rules and regulations pertaining to financial matters *Familiarity with CU procurement and accounting software such as PeopleSoft, Concur and Marketplace systems *Familiarity with space inventory software systems such as WebSpace
Desired Qualifications: *A bachelor's degree with a GPA of 3.5 or higher. A copy of your college transcripts is required at the time of application. *Master's degree in accounting, business, finance or in a related field *Experience with fund accounting *Experience with standard accounting policies and procedures *Higher education accounting experience *Higher education budget management, modeling and forecasting *Experience working with clinical data *Data analysis experience in billing, collections and revenue cycle
Campus: Anschutz Medical Campus