Finance Analyst - San Francisco
Involves the processing and servicing of a variety of operational, personnel, and financial transactions and services. Includes cashiering, payroll, accounts receivable, accounts payable, purchasing, recharge billing, travel / entertainment, gift accounting, collections, data collection and data entry, analysis, review and control, customer servicing, and reporting. Applies professional financial services concepts. Applies organizational policies and procedures to resolve routine issues and customer inquiries. Works on problems of limited scope. Follows standard practices and procedures in analyzing situations or data from which answers can be readily obtained. Receives predetermined work assignments that are subject to a moderate level of control and review. Contacts are mostly internal with some external.
Under supervision of Senior Research Administrator, the incumbent will provide post–award and human resource services to the Diabetes Center faculty, postdoctoral fellows and staff members.
• Provide financial services include reviewing accounting activities and reconciling transaction details and resolving any discrepancies posted to the general ledgers.
• Provide general accounting services to the department include purchasing, processing reimbursement, handling of credit card transactions, and issuing petty cash.
• Involve in the human resource functions include facilitating and collecting information, i.e., forms, documents, and signatures for HR, reviewing payroll expenses, submitting tickets to correct distribution of payroll expenses, and preparing payroll transfer.
The UC San Francisco Diabetes Center is a comprehensive research and treatment facility with a broad focus on clinical care, education and both basic and clinical research. The Center maintains a multidisciplinary and highly collaborative environment that brings together expertise from the UCSF Departments of Medicine, Surgery, Pediatrics, Microbiology & Immunology and others. The Diabetes Center encompasses both the Islet Transplant Center and the Immune Tolerance Network. The UCSF Islet Transplant Center is a traditional clinical research facility dedicated to the advancement of treating diabetes through islet transplantation. The Immune Tolerance Network (ITN) is a National Institutes of Health–funded initiative to facilitate the advancement of immune tolerance–inducing procedures in human clinical practice, towards the development of new and improved treatment and monitoring protocols in kidney and islet transplantation, autoimmune disease, and asthma & allergic diseases. With approximately $20 million dollars in funding per year, the Network is responsible for all aspects of the implementation of the mechanistic, laboratory–based studies and the clinical trials. The structure of the Diabetes Center will resemble that of a matrix organization, with the Diabetes Center, the ITN and the Islet Center all being self–contained cells functioning autonomously but at the same time working towards a unified goal.
The University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) is a leading university dedicated to promoting health worldwide through advanced biomedical research, graduate–level education in the life sciences and health professions, and excellence in patient care. It is the only campus in the 10–campus UC system dedicated exclusively to the health sciences.
•Bachelor's degree in related area and / or equivalent experience / training.
•Proficiency in the use of spreadsheet and database software.
•Interpersonal skills, service orientation, active listening, critical thinking, attention to detail, ability to multi–task in a high volume environment, effective verbal and written communication skills and organizational skills.
•Ability to function effectively as a member of a team.
•Ability to adapt to changing priorities.
•Basic knowledge of financial or accounting concepts, processes and procedures.
•Basic knowledge of financial data management and reporting systems.
•Basic knowledge and understanding of internal control practices and their impact on protecting University resources.