University of Miami Manager, Finance in Miami, Florida
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The Department of CHDS is currently seeking a Manager, Finance for University of Miami’s Ambulatory Services. The incumbent in this position is responsible for assisting in the development and maintenance of the annual budgets for Ambulatory Services. This will involve working closely with the Administrators for each division of the Ambulatory Services Administration, VP, Medical Finance, and other required departments and individuals. Responsible for data entry and verification of budgets into the Tidemark system. Responsible for assisting in the consolidation of budgets in order to present annual budget information to UHealth’s Senior Leadership and the Office of Medical Finance. Work closely with the Office of Medical Finance on issues related to Ambulatory Services budgets/accounts.
Perform monthly financial analysis for Ambulatory Services Administration and other assigned Divisions/Practices and determine the cause of any significant variances from the budget; report these variances to required directors and VP; and provide suggestions for correcting these variances. Meet with the divisional and medical directors to report, discuss and resolve these variances. As a result of the analysis, prepare a monthly summarized report indicating the “state of the department” and any new projections for review. Review monthly Income Statements to assure accuracy of all accounts.
Proficiency in the use of Workday and Medical Finance DOLFIN System to track expenses for departments and create ad-hoc financial reports. Work closely with the Ambulatory Services Directors on an ad-hoc basis gathering information as needed for presenting at Finance and Budget meetings. Provide ongoing financial support to the Ambulatory Services committees as needed. Provide back-up support for Workday functions in the absence of the Finance Director. Provide financial support for the Scribes Program including submitting invoices for payment. Assist with the management of the Departmental agreements related to the Ambulatory Services Funds Flow Model. Other duties as assigned.
The minimum qualifications for this position are as follows: Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting, Finance, Business Administration or similar field. Three years of work related experience required, preferably in an academic medical setting. Ability to work in a complex environment with the skills to manage multiple projects and deadlines, establish priorities, set objectives, and achieve stated goals. Appreciation for organizational subtleties and high level of discretion. Excellent oral and written communication skills. Excellent computer and organizational skills. Customer service experience and focus. Ability to learn and adapt quickly, with an eagerness to grow.
The University of Miami offers competitive salaries and a comprehensive benefits package including medical, dental, tuition remission and more.
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