Job Title:
Fiscal Officer
Job ID:
443270
Location:
College of Medicine
Department:
Internal Medicine
Full/Part Time:
Full-Time
Regular/Temporary:
Regular
Shift:
Shift Varies
FTE %:
100
Salary Range Min:
$47,500.00
Salary Range Max:
$57,571.50

Position summary

Fiscal Officer (Job Opening 443270) - Reporting to the Business Manager, the Fiscal Officer (FO) provides budgeting, reporting, and financial analysis support to a number of the Department of Internal Medicinea??s (DOIM) fifteen divisions, within the College of Medicine (COM) and Faculty Group Practice (FGP), which contains general, salary recovery, earnings, endowment, development, research, contract, academic enrichment, and state contract funds; works with Business Manager and Director of Finance (DOF) at Ohio State University Physicians (OSUP) to provide budgeting, reporting, and financial analysis support for clinical operations; performs analysis of revenue and expense, identifies potential new revenue streams and opportunities for cost reductions; produces financial statements, variance analysis reports, and scorecards; performs financial reconciliations; prepares fiscal projections; gathers information for internal and external requests for data; manages relationship and serves as liaison with COM Service Center staff to facilitate smooth and expedient processing for procurement, travel, and other financial transactions; analyzes and interprets University policies and procedures related to fiscal expenditures; discusses areas of concern, provides advice, and makes recommendations to division administrators and fiscal officers; develops, recommends, and implements fiscal processes, procedures, improvements, and training to ensure adherence to appropriate internal controls and compliance with established policies and procedures; provides systems approval for compliant fiscal expenditures for the DOIM and its divisions; assists with requests from auditors, gathers documentation and answers questions; maintains documents for departmental records; collaborates with Business Manager and other DOIM staff on projects; represents DOIM to other COM, central university, medical center, and LLC offices.

Education and experience

Bachelor's degree in business administration, accounting, finance or equivalent combination of education/experience required; considerable experience in a financial management capacity desired; knowledge of accounting principles, practices and applications required; computer skills with considerable knowledge utilizing spreadsheet software required; experience in a higher education and/or academic medical environment desired. Requires successful completion of a background check; qualified candidates may be asked to complete a pre-employment physical, including a drug screen.