Working under the direction of the Financial Manager in the Division of Cardiology (East Baltimore and Bayview campuses), the Financial Analyst will perform financial analysis to assist management in establishing financial goals and objectives. Perform financial and accounting activities in support of various functions, e.g., budgeting, auditing, financial planning, taxes and consolidation. Extract financial data from various accounting and information systems to perform basic to moderately complex statistical, cost, and financial analysis of financial reports and data and prepares reports for management.
Interpret data to evaluate and determine past financial performance and or making financial projections for management who must make an overall business decision.
Provide interpretation of accounts, methods and records for management. Conduct studies of cost and financial results of business activities; recommend adjustments and other cost improvement measures. Review costs and perform cost benefit analysis for projects and/or programs.
Produce financial reports for forecasting, trading and results analysis. Provide reports, finding, and recommendation to management. Assist with preparation of special studies, reports, analysis, and recommendations.
Recommend budget and adjustments and other cost improvement measures. Use appropriate cost rates, such as indirect and benefit rates for proposed budgets.
Use financial systems, structures, and controls for a variety of processes that provide tracking, validation, billing, payment and debt reporting. Recommend quality control and process improvements with regard to overall business process.
Recommend rate/fee structures by analyzing various factors, i.e. current charges, expenditures, demands and competiveness for products and services, and economic environment.
Review and assist with analysis of capital expenditures proposals, profit plans, operating records and financial statements.
Monitor departmental/divisional control salary, default accounts, and effort reporting. Monitor, identify, and communicate over expenditures to faculty and administrative staff. Make recommendations for resolving funding shortfalls.
Oversee simple to moderately complex budget accounts once award(s) have been granted or contract(s) signed. Monitor expenditures of funds, ensuring that funds are expended according to sponsoring organizations stipulations.
Oversee the receipt of payments from sponsors. May participate in the development of the payment schedule.
Keep abreast of laws and regulations that impact up to date compliance.
Apply a working knowledge of applicable laws and regulations. Verify documents for completeness and compliance with government and private agencies. Review and analyze a variety of financial transactions including, general funds and federal and private grants and contracts, as well as gift and discretionary accounts.
Use various software applications such as spreadsheets., relational databases, statistical packages to assemble, manipulate and format data.
This position reports directly to the Division's Finance Manager.
Other duties as assigned.
Bachelor's degree in finance/accounting, or similar discipline required, and a minimum of three years relevant financial/accounting experience, preferably within an academic medical institution. High proficiency in systems is required (SAP, Excel). Additional education may substitute for some experience, and some additional experience may substitute for some education, to the extent permitted by the JHU equivalency formula.
Classified Title: Financial Analyst Working Title: Financial Analyst Role/Level/Range: ATP/03/PC Starting Salary Range: up to $69,000 per year (Commensurate with Experience) Employee group: Full Time Schedule: M-F Exempt Status: Exempt Location: 04-MD:School of Medicine Campus Department name: 10002805-SOM DOM Cardiology Personnel area: School of Medicine
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