We are seeking a Department Fund/Project Manager II for the Department of Medicine .
Capable of anticipating and balancing the needs of multiple stakeholders.
A good decision-maker, with proven success at making timely decisions that keep the organization moving forward.
Action-oriented and eager to embrace new opportunities and tough challenges with a sense of urgency, high energy, and enthusiasm.
Adept at building partnerships and working collaboratively with others to meet shared objectives and goals.
Able to operate effectively, even when things are not clear or the way forward is not obvious.
Be responsible for the financial management of all non-operating departmental funds within a defined unit, including review and approval of expenditures.
Be responsible for analyzing departmental funds to ensure proper utilization and to oversee the creation of budgets and metrics.
Manage information gathering and communication related to grants and funds.
May lead large, complex projects related to funds or departmental initiatives.
A minimum of Bachelors Degree (Masters Degree strongly preferred)
At least 2 years of relevant experience (financial management; research fund management)
1 year of experience at MSK preferred.
Healthcare experience strongly preferred.
Advanced knowledge spreadsheets and database applications, such as Excel and Access. Ability to use and create Advanced Excel Formulas and Pivot Tables is preferred.
Cognos reporting experience preferred.
Excellent oral and written communication skills, including the ability to make presentations, lead teams, prepare reports etc.
Must have excellent organizational and analytical skills, strong interpersonal skills to effectively participate in problem identification and resolution.
Excellent project management skills.
Internal Number: 2019-34118
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