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This position will remain open until filled. Initial Application review date: 1/4/2021.
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The Financial Analyst 3 will conduct analysis of direct and indirect cost to establish labor rates and material markup to assure cost recovery in accordance with UC policy. Revise existing recharge rates for the various self-supporting business units within Facilities Management (FM), with main focus on campus utility recharge rates. Develop rate proposals including required schedules and documentation and submit proposals and recommendations for department management review. Analyze the new rate impact on businesses and provide additional recommendations to management if needed. Supply financial training to non-financial managers, formulating or assisting in the creation of cost recovery rates and by providing expertise on fund sources and their appropriate use.
As assigned, serve as Financial/Operational Analyst in various units with FM with a total annual budget of ~$180M. Coordinate and prepare annual operating budget for assigned FM units. Establish or document accounting methods, reporting procedures or operational controls. Prepare computer-based accounting/financial reporting and forecast models. Prepare, review and monitor monthly financial statements to provide sound financial information for management decision making. Conduct monthly meetings with various unit directors, managers and supervisors; research and analyze problems and recommend solutions.
Review and establish procedures and policies to ensure that financial operational controls are in place for assigned FM organizations. Ensure financial reporting and meet Campus General Accounting closing deadlines; responsible for successful and timely completion of fiscal year-end closing. Responsible for maintenance and updating of FM's asset database, annual assets reconciliation and depreciation reports as required for fiscal closing. Perform special or ad hoc projects, cost accounting, and reporting assignments. The Financial Analyst 3 will use skills as a seasoned, experienced professional with a full understanding of industry practices and organizational policies and procedures to resolve a wide range of issues in imaginative as well as practical ways. Work on problems of diverse scope where analysis of data requires evaluation of identifiable factors.
Graduation from college with a major in economics, business administration, political science, or an allied field, with progressive professional experience in fiscal analysis or administration; OR an equivalent combination of education and experience. Thorough knowledge of finance policies, practices, and systems.
In-depth knowledge and applications of principles and practices of fiscal planning and analysis, budgetary systems, cost accounting and organizational management.
Thorough knowledge and understanding of internal control practices and their impact on protecting University resources. Proven ability to exercise internal control to ensure compliance with sound business practice, including the development of policies and procedures, the review and approval of transactions, and account reconciliation.
Demonstrated understanding of fixed asset management and depreciation.
Demonstrated experience conducting complex analytical utilities studies in a large scale, multi-facility, or complex facilities environment. Experience working with Utility rate structures and energy ac
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