Title: Departmental Analyst – CVNPA $25.72 - $28.07 / Posted thru: 5-29-19
Employee Name: TBD
Supervisors: Teri Wilson, Section Manager
Purpose: Under the direction of the manager of the CVNPA (Cardiovascular Health, Nutrition and Physical Activity Section) the Department Analyst will: assist in financial operations and project systems, act as the financial liaison with MDHHS-Grants and Contracts Office, and contracted agencies.
Duties and Responsibilities:
Grants and Contracts Office, and contracted age agencies.
Duties and Responsibilities: • Conducts sub-recipient/grantee program and fiscal monitoring and works with Program and/other Department staff to assist sub-recipients/grantees with proper budget d development, management and monitoring. • Assists in developing budgets and b budget narratives for federal grants, new p projects and amending current contracts and p project budgets as needed. • Conducts routine reviews of F Financial Status Reports to track and m monitor expenditures to comply with state a and federal requirements. • Acts as a financial liaison to the MDHHS-Grants and Contracts Office to ensure t the submission of accurate and timely i information, and to ensure that the CVHNPA P Program and its contracted agencies comply w with policies and procedures. • Performs account analysis and r reconciliation for program budgets. • Acts as a liaison with staff to a advise, educate and troubleshoot in the a areas of accounts payable, employee expense r reimbursements/advances, subcontractor p payments to ensure quality assurance and c compliance with grants agreements and p project budgets. • Identifies and investigates i inaccuracies within project accounts and w works with staff to correct inaccuracies. • Maintains proficiency in Microsoft Excel and Word, and the State of Michigan E-GRAMS software program. • Assesses technical assistance needs re relative to fiscal operations and makes re recommendations to the Section Manager. Pr Provides TA to staff as requested by Section Ma Manager. • Serves as a team member with other f financial staff in the Division of Chronic D Disease and Injury Control • Attends all section staff meetings. • Maintains a positive, strong, c credible, professional and interpersonal r relationship with all parties relevant to M MPHI projects and always represents best i interest of MPHI. • Participates in professional deve development activities, including health equi equity and social justice training.
Education: An Associate's degree (Bachelor’s pr preferred) in business/finance or equivalent co combination of education and work experience.
Experience: A minimum of 3 years related experience in contracts, budget compliance, record keeping, financial report preparation, and federal grant requirements or an equivalent combination of education and experience. E-GRAMS software experience pre preferred.
Important Skills and Characteristics: • Excellent organizational skills. • Focused attention to detail, a accuracy and efficiency in working with d data/numbers. • Personal integrity, with strong work e ethics and dedication. • Creativity in problem solving. • Flexibility, initiative and p providing the program with a knowledgeable r resource. • Ability to work as a member of a te team is also important.
Work Environment and Physical Requirements: Standard office environment. May require valid vehicle operator’s license where neede needed to perform duties of the position.
Responsibility for the work of others: No ass assigned responsibility.
Impact on Projects, Services and O Operations: This person is a key member of t the Cardiovascular Health, Nutrition and P Physical Activity Section and is responsible f for an efficient flow of financial services f for the Section and Unit Managers and works c closely with the section Departmental F Financial Specialist. This person also e ensures that the needs of staff and clients a are met in a timely manner, maintains p professional relationships, and enhances p potential future contracts with clients.