Contract & Grant/Payroll Financial Analyst II
8AM - 5PM
$47,600 - $70,800
NOTE: Continuation of this permanent 100%-time career position is contingent upon funding at the end of each fiscal year. The Contract & Grant/Payroll Financial Analyst II has four primary areas of responsibility, which include: 1) Financial and Administrative Management of the financial resources supporting the Winston Chung Global Energy Center (WCGEC) and the Department of Chemical and Environmental Engineering. 2) Post Award Management of Contracts & Grants: Assists Sr. Analyst in post-award administration. Responsibilities include reviewing monthly statements for variances and overdrafts, verifying transactions for appropriateness, monitoring transactions for erroneous or unallowable charges, reconciling statements to ledgers, researching outstanding encumbrances, Additional responsibilities related to contracts and grants include communicating with the PI's to ensure timely completion of their annual payroll certifications, lab safety training, responsible conduct of research training, and other reports and training as required. 3) Travel/Event Coordination: Responsible for coordinating travel plans as needed. Coordinates project site visits and other meetings by providing and requesting information regarding logistics of meetings, makes travel arrangements and prepares itinerary. 4) Personnel Management: Responsible for processing academic and non-academic personnel documents for new hires, volunteers and visiting scholars. This includes processing payroll via the campus payroll/personnel system.
Demonstrated competence in the use of spreadsheet and database software in financial analysis, fiscal management and financial reports.
Demonstrated knowledge of generally accepted accounting, fiscal and reporting principles.
Ability to manage a high volume of transactions.
Independent judgment and strong organization and communication skills and customer service focus.
Maintains current knowledge of compliance regulations in all areas of research administration.
Knowledge of applicable compliance requirements related to use of human or animal subjects in research, financial conflict of interest, biosafety, etc.
Ability to perform moderately complex financial analysis and customized reporting.
Knowledge of applicable federal, state, local, sponsor and institutional regulations, policies, and guidelines.
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