IMPACT Program- Finance Coordinator

Job Description:
Responsibilities The Finance Coordinator, working with the Director of Finance and Program Administrator, of a State funded program (IMPACT) providing quality prostate cancer treatment for indigent males will have primary duties: (1) analyze and maintain program and related budgets, (2) maintain and report on a rational system for provider reimbursement and tracking and reporting to the state; (3) maintain, analyze and report the general patient care by fund and contract period, (4) analyze, project and reconcile accounts payable and purchasing; (5) coordinate all purchasing ensuring University compliance; (6) maintain, analyze and utilize patient treatment databases, develop reporting and teaching systems; and (7) train providers and contractors on program financial invoicing systems, policies, procedures and criteria.
Incumbent serves as the primary financial liaison between IMPACT Administratin, Urology Dept and UCLA Depts.
The Finance Coordinator is responsible for all database reporting for the contract deliverables; close-out of budget contract years and audits for same.
The incumbent will secure all pharmaceutical intermediaries and negotiate a fair price for prostate cancer medications.
Other duties, as assigned.
Qualifications Bachelor's degree strongly preferred Working knowledge of principles of accounting and fund management.
Ability to perform tasks accurately and in a timely manner under frequent changes in priorities and deadlines, with a high degree of detail in a University setting.
Analytical skills to analyze financial information, practices and procedures.
Demonstrated skill in administrative and financial research and data acquisition to gather data and develop an approach for reporting same.
Demonstrated experience with office systems and procedures to ensure smooth and effective operation.
Demonstrated experience working with a State contract and providing contracted deliverables to state agencies.
Working knowledge of University departments, schools, accounting policies/procedures and/or reporting systems; reconciling financial ledgers Skill in editing correspondence and manuscripts for correct grammar, spelling and punctuation.
Interpersonal skills to appropriately and effectively interact with the general public, and culturally diverse patient populations, co-workers, professional staff and faculty in an appropriate manner.
Ability to identify potential issues/problems and make appropriate recommendations.
Organizational skills in setting priorities, following through on assigned tasks adhering to deadlines in a fast-paced, high-volume work environment.
Skill in drafting agendas, minutes of meetings, correspondence and reports using correct agency language, grammar,spelling and punctuation.
Knowledge of State and University programs required to assist in processing and renewing State program proposals.
Working knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel, Access, MS Publisher, Outlook, and PowerPoint.
Ability to work appropriately, respectfully and cooperatively as a team member.
Ability to work flexible hours as necessary.
Preferred- Working knowledge of computer network and financial databases.
Working knowledge of financial terminology and methods.
Experience in a public health, prostate cancer or nutrition clinical setting.

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