GRANT REPORTING SPECIALIST

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  • Charleston, WV
  • Posted: September 6, 2019
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Summary

  • Basic Description
    • Apply principles of accounting (GAAP) to prepare and maintain records of financial transactions. Apply Uniform Administrative Guidance for federal awards.  Analyze financial information and prepare appropriate financial reports (i.e. detailed accounting analysis/reconciliations, financial statements, presentations, etc.). Establish, interpret and analyze complex accounting records of financial statements. These may include general accounting, costing or budget data.  Specialize in grants and fund accounting with familiarity with revenue cycle, accounts payable, payroll, etc. Examine, analyze and interpret grant accounting records for management. Serve as a consultant to professional staff on grants budgeting and fund management.   Track and monitor grant initiatives to assure that funds are expended according to grant requirements.    Provide written, required reports as may be defined by funding agencies, foundations or as required by institution.
  • Specialized Knowledge, Experience and Skills
    (Education, Experience and Skills required to fully perform the requirements of the position)
    • Degree / Education
      • Master's Degree in Accounting, Business, Finance, or other field relevant to the position requirements
    • Level of Experience
      • 2 years grants accounting experience
    • Lic./Cert./Reg.
      • All licensure must be current/valid and from the state of West Virginia.
    • Typing/Word Processing skills required for this position
    • Computer Skills required for this position
      • TYPE OF SOFTWARE related types
      • FAMILIARITY OF BASIC PC SKILLS
      • Intermediate experience with Excel preferred
    • Other Required Areas of Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
      • ANALYTICAL SKILLS
      • APPLIES KNOWLEDGE TO NEW SITUATIONS
      • BOOKKEEPING
      • COMMUNITY RESOURCE KNOWLEDGE
      • CUSTOMER SERVICE
      • DECISION MAKING
      • EMPLOYEE RELATIONS
      • FLEXIBLE SCHEDULE
      • HANDLE MULTIPLE ASSIGNMENTS
      • JUDGEMENT
      • KEYBOARDING
      • MATH COMPLEX
      • MATH SIMPLE
      • ORGANIZATION
      • PROBLEM SOLVING
      • PROJECT MANAGEMENT
      • PUBLIC SPEAKING
      • TEAMWORK
      • VERBAL COMMUNICATION
      • WORK INDEPENDENTLY
      • WRITTEN COMMUNICATION
    • Acceptable SUBSTITUTIONS (if any)
      • A Bachelor's Degree in Accounting or Finance and 5 years of accounting, finance, and/or grants accounting experience may substitute for a Master's Degree and 2 years of experience.
    • Patient Group Knowledge (Only applies to positions with direct patient contact)
      • The employee must possess/obtain (by the end of the orientation period) and demonstrate the knowledge and skills necessary to provide developmentally appropriate assessment, treatment or care as defined by the department’s identified patient ages. Specifically the employee must be able to demonstrate competency in: 1) ability to obtain and interpret information in terms of patient needs; 2) knowledge of growth and development; and 3) understanding of the range of treatment needed by the patients.
    • Assigns work to or supervises others
      • This position will work collaboratively with CHERI department to obtain appropriate information required for grant proposals and grants management. This position must demonstrate the ability to organize and provide direction to project directors as per the project requirements to assure timely processing of proposals/grant reports.
    • Competency Statement
      • Must demonstrate competency through an initial orientation and ongoing competency validation to independently perform tasks and additional duties as specified in the job description and the unit/department specific competency checklist.
    • Minimum Requirement Comments
      • Candidate should have excellent ability to communicate in a clear, concise manner both orally and in writing; act in a professional manner with employees and administrators of all levels; work independently and have the ability to prioritize tasks, maintain confidentiality, and take the initiative to improve upon current operations; ability to work under pressure inherent in meeting numerous deadlines. Errors in the position could result in the institution's non-compliance with federal regulations related to post award grants management and would jeopardize the institution's receipt of any and all federal dollars. This position is responsible for monitoring and notifying departmental/ Institute business and administrative officers of any difficulties related to financial grants management and initiating follow-through to ensure resolution and appropriate accounting and reporting and for identifying needs in which to allow the job to be carried out successfully and advising such.
      • Preferred grant writing experience in Health, Education Prevention, or research related grants.
  • Physical Requirements
    (Essential physical requirements)
    • PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS
      • VISION
      • HAND COORDINATION
      • ARM COORDINATION
      • HEARING
    • Activities Requiring Time
      • Sitting - 8 hr
      • Standing - 8 hr
    • Lifting
      • Up to 10 lbs - Seldom
    • Pushing
    • Reaching / Pulling
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CAMC Hlth Ed & Research Inst-45
Administration
Full Time - Day Shift
Professional
Req #: 18588-15374

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