General Descriptionfull-time position; 37.5 hours per week; Monday - Friday
Office of the Dean - Financial Affairs, more commonly referred to as the School of Medicine (SOM) Business Office is comprised of four teams; Financial Planning & Analysis (FP&A), Finance and Reporting, Front Office Operations and Student Accounts. The Business Office has eighteen employees responsible for managing all financial aspects of a $2 billion revenue organization to include financial analyses (routine and ad-hoc) and accounting in support of the Dean, CFO and Vice Deans of the School of Medicine. There are about 9,100 employees, of which 3,700 are full and part-time faculty and there are 482 medical students enrolled. The school has consistently ranked among the top medical schools in the country. There are 37 Academic departments in the clinical area and basic sciences. The SOM is part of Johns Hopkins Medicine (which includes JHU SOM and Johns Hopkins Health System). The office works collaboratively with stakeholders in Johns Hopkins University, Johns Hopkins Medicine and Johns Hopkins Health System. A respectful past, an exciting future, be a part of the Johns Hopkins legacy.
Develop, plan, test and perfect financial tools that enable scenario planning and what-if analysis that focus on forward-looking choices.
Perform analysis of financial reports and data, and prepare subsequent narrative analysis for management inclusive of recommendations. Develop detailed financial models to help reduce cycle times for annual budgeting, projections and reporting. Utilize knowledge of the university's financial accounting systems. Plan and conduct complex analysis to determine cost of business activities. Interface with the leadership team by processing, communicating and providing recommendations based on solid business principles and analysis required to influencing business decisions. Recommend budget adjustments, and other cost improvement measures. Analyze complex financial data and extracts and defines relevant information; interpret data for the purpose of determining past financial performance and/or to project a financial probability. Review costs and perform cost benefit analysis related to projects and/or programs. Perform complex cost and financial analysis of data reported in the various accounting systems. Develop complex financial models and reports for forecasting, trending, and results analysis.
Interpret financial data and transactions of events for management making economic or business decisions. Review and evaluate current internal/external processes and makes recommendations for improvements for automating and streamlining routine tasks. Aid the department by organizing and prioritizing tasks required to achieving deadlines, department deliverables to include goals & objectives. Take lead role when meeting with internal stakeholders by understanding the objective, drafting agendas, effectively communicates with meeting participants and makes the required preparations to making the meeting and outcomes productive and value-added. Use various software applications, such as spreadsheets, relational databases, and presentations/graphics packages to assemble, manipulate and/or format data and/or reports. Record, classify, and summarize financial transactions and events in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles, as well as, fund accounting. Recommend process improvements and follow through with implementation as approved. Document processes and procedures as needed. Collaborate and engage key stakeholders of the financial planning and analysis process (includes University, School of Medicine and Johns Hopkins Medicine).
Perform other duties as required.