Service Center Financial Analyst
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This position will assist the Path BioResource Associate Director in all aspects of managing shared resources in the Department of Pathology. The Path BioResource provides an online platform for billing, usage tracking, cost analysis and reporting for its 8 department centers and numerous partner Cores. This position will support all Pathology service centers, with emphasis on Pathology’s two nationally-acclaimed and growing Centers, the Flow Cytometry Shared Resource and the Human Immunology Core. (These Centers, alone, offer state-of the-art instrumentation, niche services and technical expertise to more than 4000 clients each year.) A primary duty will be designing/implementing 1-2 year operational plans for these high-profile Penn resources, while assuming responsibility for budget preparation and maintaining a balanced budget throughout the year. This position is also the main communications arm of PBR, coordinating seminars/meetings, and assisting with systems documentation. He/she will interface with the Path BioResource IT Team to enhance the Path BioResource database for more efficient financial management.
A Bachelor’s Degree and 3 years to 5 years of experience or an equivalent combination of education and experience required. Preferred degrees would be relating to communications, strategic planning, and/or finance, or a combination of education and experience that covers these three areas. Candidates must have outstanding writing and speaking skills and strong organizational skills (candidates with leadership experience in an organizational role are preferred). The successful candidate should also understand customer/client services (a customer service background is preferred), and be able to work collaboratively within a technically-savvy professional team. The candidate needs to meet operational and other new challenges with a fresh perspective, with tenacity and with attention to detail.
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