(40-hours/week) position under the general direction of the Controller.
Responsible for: Performing and supporting decision support services,
budgeting, financial reporting, analytics, cost accounting, forecasting,
projections, predictive and fiscal modeling for the Agency. Developing reports,
information and provide analysis that supports organizational decision making
through high-level analysis, reporting, research and effective use of data
generated from various sources. Work collaboratively with Program Managers,
Directors as with Executive level staff.
responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
collaboratively with Program Leadership and Senior Leadership teams to relate
financial planning and analysis, contract service and reimbursement
maximization, risk assessment, revenue and expense forecasting, financial
modeling and operational efficiencies and program maximization.
an understanding of compliance and compliance related issues as outlined in the
and maintain reports for internal and external stakeholders. Provide financial
guidance and recommendations for Program Leadership and Senior Leadership
through a reporting process regarding departmental fiscal performance and
monitoring. Maintain and verify financial accuracy for internal and external
reports (i.e., Financial Edge Income Statement, Program dashboard, Report
and maintain a relationship with external Contractors demonstrating agency
values and mission. Provide reports during audits of internal record keeping
and tracking of financial, budget and contract compliance standards.
the Controller in developing and maintaining the budget in collaboration with
the Finance and Accounting staff and Program Leadership and Senior Leadership
staff. Review and analyze fiscal performance data, including productivity
trends. Develop a plan in consultation with Leadership teams in cases of
significant deviation either through the census, expenditures or other contract
changes. Provide financial guidance and recommendations to support Leadership
teams in making the programmatic and financial shifts as needed. Develop
departmental systems to gather data, provide feedback and build effective
teamwork. Work with Leadership team to measure and achieve strategic goals and
strategic plan implementation.
the Controller in developing and implementing systems to monitor and assess
staff productivity. Include staff productivity in the annual budget process and
report productivity monthly to Leadership teams for monitoring contract
utilization and maximization. Provide a
summary report for the annual staff evaluation to a supervisor.
the oversight of the Controller, work with Leadership teams as a financial
“Coach” and data expert to assist and guide the department towards strategic
objectives. Generate a plan, in consultation with the Program Director, for
continuous quality departmental performance. Provide timely, ongoing and proactive
feedback on performance, budget and contract maximization to Leadership teams.
Provide support to Human Resources and Leadership teams to analyze staffing
needs as they relate to the budget, contract compliance, risk assessment, and
for the coordination of financial information tracked by this position and the
other performance analysts for all agency-wide reporting. Includes, but is not limited to Dashboard
metrics and measurements, Summit Meetings and the annual budget.
with Controller to assess and improve current processes to ensure a more
systematic and efficient process within the department and throughout the
Agency. Includes collaboration with “data source” departments such as IT and
Research to ensure a more streamlined way of gathering accurate data.
for ensuring annual allocations and ongoing maintenance of allocations are
accurate and updated/entered in e3/Datis.
special projects as assigned by the Controller.
Position requirements include, but are not limited to:
of Arts Degree in Accounting, Finance or Business related discipline and two
(2) years related work experience or Bachelor's Degree in Accounting, Finance,
or business related discipline.
- Two (2)
or more years of related experience as financial analyst preferred.
personal computer skills including data entry, transmission of data, formatting
of routine accounting reports, preparation of spreadsheets, and word
level knowledge of Microsoft Excel 2010-2016 including the use of Lookups,
Pivots, and Macros,
to calculate accurately and efficiently, including ten-key skills by touch.
to be flexible and work in a changing environment.
communication skills, both oral and written.
to work independently and make mature business decisions
to work as team member and collaborate with various levels of staff to achieve
common agency objectives and tasks
Location: Pasadena, CA