Senior Fellowships and Financial Analyst

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Senior Fellowships and Financial Analyst
University of California Los Angeles

Requisition Number: 33667
Salary: $4,700 - $11,717 monthly

Position Description:
Under the direction of the Assistant Dean of Graduate Fellowships & Financial Services, primary duties include fellowship/financial administration and advising stakeholders in regards to all aspects of graduate fellowships. Provide information to students and departments on fellowship eligibility criteria. Monitor and enforce Academic Apprentice Personnel policies and procedures. Manage designated fellowships or financial services based on funding programs as designated. Research and reconcile Graduate Division's accounts, general ledgers, and payroll relating to student support financial activity. Generate regular and ad hoc reports on Graduate Division fellowship awards and academic apprentice personnel criteria. Analyze reports to identify problems and to respond to individual questions. Research and resolve account discrepancies. Train departmental users on Graduate Division-based interfaces/systems along with campus-based/UC systems including Student Information Systems (SIS), Financial Aid Management (FAM) System, Billing and Receivables (BAR), and UCPath. Direct, develop, coordinate and assist with projects with particular focus on IT and operationally related endeavors that pertain to both fellowships and financial services areas. Serve as a liaison and provide problem resolution regarding highly confidential matters within a customer service environment at a local and campus-wide level. Represent Graduate Division within other campus units with respect to committee, meeting, training or presentation settings. Reconcile remission benefits liability accounts. Serve as a resource/backup/support to the Academic Apprentice Personnel (AAP) Coordinator as it relates to all aspects of the employment lifecycle including processing intercampus appointments, ASE/GSR advance loans, and access requests for fee deferrals and document direct for departmental administrators. May occasionally need to supervise and train one to three part-time student workers.

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Job No:
Posted: 6/3/2021
Application Due: 6/17/2021
Work Type: Full Time