Sponsor Funded Professional - Business Manager II
The Andrew Young School of Policy Studies is currently seeking a Sponsor Funded Professional Business Manager II. Reporting to the GSU State Principal Investigator and the Assistant Director for Title IV E, the Business Manager II will actively participate in all functions involving program budgetary operations. This will include the following:Review and approval of annual program budgets for each subcontracting school.Reconcile incoming invoices from schools with approved budgets.Provide technical assistance to schools on budget preparation.Work closely with the GSU Office of Sponsored Programs (OSPA) to ensure budget sections of annual contracts and subcontracts with schools are accurate.Process fund disbursements for subcontracting schools with appropriate documentation, as required.
It is also critical the Business Manager conducts all functions in alignment with state and federal program regulations. Specific work tasks include:Prepare/review program operating budgets for GSU and subcontracting schools; audit/reconcile program invoices by semester for 8 subcontracting schools; work closely with GSU’s OSPA office as required for annual state contract preparation; execute disbursement procedures for subcontractors through GSU.As required, provide technical assistance to subcontracting schools to prepare annual budgets, amendments, semester invoices, and any other budgetary reports.Attend quarterly program consortium meetings with the 8 subcontracting schools, and facilitate the financial sub-committee.Maintain accurate records/documents (hardcopy and/or online) related to program budgets, invoices, amendments, cost sharing certifications, curriculum statistics, state foster care rates, and direct communications from schools regarding program budget questions/responses.Process all GSU program administrative invoices for reimbursement of funds on a monthly basis; review and approve program expenditures (e.g. travel, equipment, and other operations expenses), as required.As required, participate in conferences, roundtables or scientific meetings to promote the Georgia Title VE.Participate in preparing the GSU administrative contract annual budget and budget justification to the Georgia Division of Family and Children Services; implement budget protocols for preparing and auditing subcontracts before submitting to the state office.Fully participate in program training on federal program regulations, use of the Title IV-E portal system, as well as business management training sponsored by GSU.
QualificationsBachelor's degree and four years of administrative experience; or a combination of education and related experience.
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Andrew Young School of Policy StudiesLocation:
Atlanta CampusJob Posting:
07/09/19, 8:39:50 AM
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