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UW Medicine has an outstanding opportunity for a Financial Analyst (Program Operations Analyst).
The Financial Analyst will play an integral role in managing operational details of the clinical departmental funding process. Under the general direction of the Director of Planning and Analysis, Office of Faculty Business Planning, this position will be responsible for detailed reporting and providing analyses related to the UW Medicine Clinical Departmental Funding Process.
The Analyst will be required to work independently in seeking information from a variety of internal UW medicine resources, and external entities for on-going assignments and special projects.
This position involves multiple and rapidly changing daily work priorities/deadlines in a dynamic environment. The Financial Analyst will work closely with the SoM clinical departments, medical center staff, and other UW Medicine staff.
The Financial Analyst will perform the following job duties:
Departmental Funding Process Operational Reporting:
Manage operational aspects of clinical departmental funding database.
Manage day-to-day programmatic details of the clinical departmental funding process including tracking and trending reports and analysis.
Create ad hoc operational reports for the unit based on cyclical reporting needs.
Collaborate with clinical departments, UWP, SoM IT team, and medical center finance staff during annual budgeting process.
Provide quality assurance for reports/information submitted by Departments regarding CFTE reporting.
Prepare Clinical Full-Time Equivalence (CFTE) reporting to internal stakeholders and CPSC (Clinical Practice Solutions Center).
SOM Programs Financial Planning and Analysis:
Design, develop, and manage financial tracking, and reporting.
Provide comprehensive, as well as targeted and specific, financial analyses and reporting for decision-making.
Create reporting processes to support continuous processes improvements as requested.
Provide quality assurance reviews of programmatic reviews and reporting.
Respond to ad hoc data requests.
Perform other financial analysis and reporting as assigned.
Exhibits a professional work ethic.
Demonstrates personal integrity and trustworthiness.
Precision and thoroughness of approach in all tasks.
Highly developed analytical and problem-solving skills.
Ability to work independently and in partnership.
Ability to manage stressful situations and changing priorities effectively.
Provides work products on time and with accuracy.
Expert in advanced use of Excel.
Knowledge and skill in producing user-friendly reports.
Experience handling sensitive data appropriately.
Bachelor's degree in business or related field and at least three years' experience in financial analysis and project management.
Strong data mining skills.
High degree of professionalism, customer-committed, and results-oriented.
Flexibility, multi-tasking ability, detail-oriented and ability to work under pressure.
Equivalent education/experience will substitute for all minimum qualifications except where there are legal requirements such as license/certification/registration.
Previous work in an academic medical center.
Previous experience with clinical funds.
Understanding of compliance issues in healthcare environment.
Working knowledge of enterprise-wide relational databases, multi-dimensional cubes, scripting languages, SQL server (including SQL Server Analysis Services), and Business Intelligence reporting tools.
Familiarity with a variety of UW and UWP systems and policies (BOE, Workday, MyFD, UWHires, EDW & Financial Cubes).
CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT
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