Provide financial and accounting support to the Pritzker Nanofabrication Facility.
Provide complete reporting and analysis for the Pritzker Nanofabrication Facility, including report generation, analysis, projections, and verification of accuracy of financial information.Â
Perform revenue cycle management: Manage accounts payable and accounts receivable to ensure timely and accurate payment of invoices and billing of users, both internal and external to the University.
Ensure accuracy and compliance of financial results by identifying and processing journal entries and payroll transfers, when necessary.
Monitor monthly financial statements by reviewing reports and accounting records to determine if allocated funds have been spent as specified.
Manage and update data for recharge calculations and equipment depreciation.
Provide analytical support for routine budget projects and grant support.
May be involved in long-range financial planning.
Participation in the creation of the annual operating budget.Â
Ad hoc reporting and financial analysis as needed by PNF Faculty Director, or the PME Finance Team.
Interprets accounting records for the purpose of determining gains and losses, receipts and disbursements, and inventory.
Has a moderate/high level of authority in drafting income and balance sheet statements, consolidated statements, and various other accounting statements and reports.
Performs a variety of operating or cost accounting activities which require moderate knowledge of accounting theories and principles.
Performs other related work as needed. Â
Bachelor's degree in accounting, finance or in relevant field.
Minimum of three years of accounting, finance, or equivalent experience.Â
Grants and Contracts experience.
Budget development experience.
Financial modeling experience.
Experience working with in an academic unit and/or complex research university environment.
Technical Knowledge or Skills
Strong and broad computer skills (word processing, database, spreadsheet, e-mail, and web).
Advanced spreadsheet skills
Must be able to routinely generate financial reports from disparate data sources.
Must be able to generate and utilize pivot tables.
Must be able to generate budgets.
Must be able to adept at utilizing software to create and analyze various financial data.
Ability to exercise sound judgment, discretion, and tact.
Ability to independently complete projects on time and accurately with minimal supervision.
Ability to build and maintain relationships with individuals internally and externally.
Ability to work both independently and collaboratively within a team.
Ability to maintain confidentiality.
Ability to process a range of information and display said information in concise, easy to read reports.
Excellent oral and written communication skills.
Excellent organizational and interpersonal skills.
Strong time management skills, including ability to handle multiple, concurrent tasks.
Detailed oriented and recognize the need for accurate data.
Knowledge of research methods and funding sources.
Demonstrated ability to successfully manage a workload which balances long-range planning with unanticipated daily demands, budget management skills.
Demonstrated ability to create, maintain, and organize electronic files.
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