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Under the general direction of the Assistant Vice Chancellor Campus Budget Office (AVC-CBO) with a high degree of autonomy, this position conducts comprehensive planning and analysis for a major organization using advanced professional financial analysis modeling and concepts to resolve complex issues. Performs independent reviews, research and analysis of campus and system wide policies, state legislation and special initiatives with budgetary implications to the University's core programs. Serves as Campus Budget Office's (CBO) Compensation Analyst. Responsible for the detailed modeling and analysis of compensation programs by bargaining contracts and system wide approved salary actions including but not limited to academic range, academic and staff merits, salary equities, lump sum payments related to bargaining contracts.
Responsible for the calculation and allocation of central resources to cover academic and non-academic salary and benefits costs on core funds. Conducts funding impact analysis for employee benefits in relation to State, University and/or Campus policy changes including but not limited to university contributions to UCRP, Other Post Employment Benefits (OPEB), Salary and FTE analysis, and Composite Benefits Rates (CBRs). Exercises judgment in selecting methods, techniques, and evaluation criteria for obtaining and implementing decisions to optimize results. In collaboration with campus partners, calculates planning benefits rates.Serves as the lead for staff and faculty planning tools. Collaborates with CBO's Business Applications Team to automate standard and ad hoc reports for campus leadership and campus wide use.
Serves as campus financial analyst liaison for VC Marine Sciences (VCMS). Develops innovative approaches to complex issues; evaluates programs and develops policy recommendations; possesses excellent verbal and written communications skills. Works closely with University of California Office of the President (UCOP), other UC campuses and local central offices on issues pertinent to the University's budget. Provides strategic recommendations for the development, interpretation and implementation of policies, procedures and mechanisms to ensure campus financial accountability with respect to University financial commitments and fiduciary responsibility. Represents the Assistant Vice Chancellor Campus Budget Office (AVC-CBO) on system wide and campus wide committees, teams and work groups, as assigned.
Uses advanced professional concepts and organizational objectives to resolve complex issues in creative and effective ways. Works on complex issues where analysis of situations or data requires an in-depth evaluation of variable factors. Exercises judgment in selecting methods, techniques, and evaluation criteria for obtaining results. Contacts are both internal and external to the department at all levels.
Frequent evening and weekend work may be required.
IN ORDER TO BE CONSIDERED, PLEASE INCLUDE A COVER LETTER WITH YOUR APPLICATION.
Advanced knowledge of finance policies, practices, and systems.
Demonstrated ability to identify, collect, and analyze information from multiple sources.
In depth ability to use multiple spreadsheet and database software tools to gather information for specialized, complex financial analysis, fiscal management, and financial reports.
Excellent interpersonal skills at all levels within the organization; proven service orientation and critical thinking skills; and attention to detail. In depth ability to use organizational skills to multi-task in a high volume environment.
Proven Independent thinking, judgment and excellent problem solving skills; innovative application of policies, procedures, restrictions and successful de
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