Sponsor Funded Professional - Business Manager II

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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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    College/Business Unit: Andrew Young School of Policy Studies
    Location: Atlanta Campus
    Job Posting: 07/09/19, 8:39:50 AM

     

     

     

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    Posted: 7/16/2019
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