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The George W. Woodruff School of Mechanical Engineering at Georgia Institute of Technology delivers research and education programs in mechanical engineering, robotics, nuclear and radiological engineering, bioengineering, and medical physics. The School’s Mechanical Engineering Undergraduate program is currently rated number 2 in the country according to U.S. News & World Report and the School has a large and robust portfolio of research funding from many different types of sponsors from federal, industry and foundations. https://www.me.gatech.edu/
Manage financial affairs of the School to include State, Sponsored and gift funding in a large volume and fast paced environment. Responsibilities typically include management of budgets, financial controls and reporting and procurement. Work will involve financial projection reports, budgeting, accounting, and proposals related to funding from State, Sponsored and gift funds. Responsible for setting employee goals, assessing employee performance, providing feedback, and making pay recommendations.
Impact & Influence:
Interact with faculty, researchers, staff, students.
Oversee and coordinate the preparation and administration of unit budgets including amendments.
Manage overall sponsored research related accounting operations including budget updates, financial reporting, Salary Planning and Distribution (SPD), sub agreements and financial forecasting.
Develop and administer unit financial operating policies and procedures consistent with Institute policy.
Manage the recording of financial transactions and generation of financial related reports on both scheduled and ad hoc basis.
Confer with Faculty, staff and students providing expert advice and counsel regarding unique and highly complex issues related to sponsored research plans and projects.
Provide advice and counsel to faculty and financial staff regarding budget management and related issues.
Plan, direct and monitor activities of financial staff
Perform other related duties as assigned.
Education, Specialized Knowledge and Experience:
Degrees required for this job: Bachelor's degree or equivalent combination of education and experience
Years of experience required for this job: 5 to 6 years job related experience
Specialized skills required for this job: This job requires advanced knowledge of accounting principles and practices as applied within a university environment. This includes skills in the application of accounting staff supervision, communications, attention to detail and problem solving. Use of specialized applications and databases related to accounting and grants and contract administration.
Degree(s) Preferred: MBA
Certifications Preferred: Certified Research Administrator (CRA) as granted through the Research Administrators Certification Council.
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George W. Woodruff School of Mechanical Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology
801 Ferst Dr.
Atlanta, Georgia 30332
Authorized to work in the US
62k - 82k