Business Manager (Community Psych) - Full Time - Day
What You Will Do:
Monitors, tracks and analyzes revenue and operating expenses for cost centers; performs budget comparisons; and identifies and resolves variances and problems. Monitors, tracks and analyzes reimbursement and operating expenses for grant funded programs; performs budget comparisons; and identifies and resolves variances and problems. Provides financial reports and information to Program Directors and Division Administrator. Works with Program Directors and Division Administrator to plan, develop and submit annual capital and operating budgets. Oversees maintenance and upkeep of vehicle fleet if applicable. Functions as the Representative Payee Program Business Manager. Manages petty cash funds. Performs individual performance evaluations and recommends and/or initiates disciplinary actions, as needed. Establishes clear and concise work procedures and expectations; assessing performance levels by monitoring results and providing positive and constructive feedback. Interacts with UMMC Departments (Accounts Payable, Finance, HR, Facilities, Payroll, etc), as appropriate and consults with Division Administrator to assess issues related to the above areas. This may include purchase orders, grant dollar allocation reporting, and representative/payee coordination for social security payments. Ensures timely and accurate completion of work by monitoring daily work activities, timesheet submission and resolves payroll discrepancies. Manages building leases (residential houses and building), resolves landlord issues and works in collaboration with the UMMS Facilities Department, if applicable. Manages regulatory and safety standards for environment of care and Joint Commision, if applicable. This applies to all leased facilities. Examples include fire safety, pest management, and maintenance contract management. Manages UMMC owned houses and oversees financial, legal and maintenance activities related to the upkeep of the houses, if applicable.What You Need to Be Successful: Bachelor’s degree in business, accounting, finance or economics is required, or a combination of education and years of applicable work experience. Three years work experience performing accounting-related functions and/or bookkeeping responsibilities is required.We are an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, race, color, religion, national origin, disability, protected veteran status, age, or any other characteristic protected by law.