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Bioscience Business and Finance Analyst job in Westwood

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California (CA), Westwood
Employer:  University Of California Los Angeles UCLA
City:  Westwood
State:  California (CA)
Zip Code:  96137

Bioscience Business and Finance Analyst
UCLA Health 148 reviews - Westwood, CA 96137
Responsibilities
Want to take your business administration and financial skills to the next level? In this role, you'll be responsible for implementing the daily business and financial operations of a department that oversees seven bioscience graduate programs. You'll have the opportunity to work on a wide range of business processes related to student affairs in an environment that supports your growth and development.
You'll have prior experience processing standard financial, purchasing, and travel transactions; excellent analytical and organizational skills; and a strong desire to grow and develop professionally.
The Business and Finance Analyst conducts business administration and financial management for Graduate Programs in Bioscience, a consortium of Ph.D. programs in the biomedical and life sciences. The analyst is responsible for the day-to-day business and financial operations of the program, including interdepartmental coordination of student support funding and recruitment travel arrangements. The fast-paced job will require skills in financial management and analysis, deep knowledge of university business and financial policies and procedures, including the finer points of graduate student funding. The analyst must develop and maintain excellent relationships with faculty, staff, and students across departments in the David Geffen School of Medicine and the College of Letters and Science's life science division.

Qualifications
Knowledge and experience with university policies and procedures related to finance and business processes, including merit-based student financial aid, travel and entertainment administration, purchasing/procurement, and sponsored research administration
Demonstrated skill in financial planning and analysis, accounting, and internal controls, including the development and estimation of budgets
Demonstrated knowledge of general university accounting practices
Skill in performing various accounting transactions such as debiting, crediting, reconciling expenses, preparing transfer of payroll and non-payroll expenses
Demonstrated knowledge of university accounting policies and procedures, including transfer of funds, purchasing, travel and entertainment, personnel and payroll and query databases.
Skill in using university online financial system reports. Ability to manipulate and utilize existing data within financial databases
Skill in organizing and maintaining up to date, accurate bookkeeping records online and maintaining alpha-numeric files
Ability to arrange travel reservations and plans for others and process travel and entertainment expense reimbursements
Demonstrated knowledge of university contract and grant administration, extramural fund management, and corporate/general accounting, including pre- and post-award administration
Demonstrated knowledge of merit-based financial aid mechanisms
Skill in discovering and analyzing information to develop context, define problems, and propose solutions
Experience developing reporting and tracking systems for financial activity across departments
Skill in organizing material, information, and people to optimize efficiency and to minimize duplication of effort
Ability to set priorities, perform assignments independently with minimal supervision, and complete work in a timely and accurate manner
Demonstrated skills in using standard business software (e.g. word processing, presentation, spreadsheets, portable document format, and university online accounting systems)
Ability to occasionally work early mornings, evenings, and weekends
Ability to perform light physical labor such as event set-up and breakdown and supply inventory management
Ability to build and maintain strong professional relationships with others and engender trust from team members in one's ability to cooperate and collaborate
Demonstrated commitment to high-quality, detail-oriented work; continual improvement; maintenance of the highest professional standards; and critical and creative thinking
Skill in customer service when interacting with internal and external parties and ability to maintain appropriate business appearance and demeanor
Ability to be resourceful, exercise sound judgement in working with others, respect diversity, and model inclusion
Ability to attain professional growth and development, openly respond to feedback, accept responsibility for behaviors, and manage time and resources to achieve goals

Position type:  Full-Time
05/17/18
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