You can make a difference in people’s lives every day. When you join UCLA Health, you’ll be working at an institution that provides leading-edge care to the people of L.A. and throughout the world. We provide our team members with the environment and support to do amazing work, because each and every one of them plays a vital role in our commitment to care.
Started in 2007, Operation Mend provides specialty care to gravely wounded warriors who have served since Sept. 11. The program has now expanded to include intensive treatment for Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and mild Traumatic Brain Injury. Operation Mend covers all medical expenses along with travel and lodging for patients and their family members.
In your vital and dynamic role, you’ll work under the general supervision of the Program Manager for UCLA Health Operation Mend and prepare multi-year budgets and expenditure reports for grant and gift proposals for the Katz Center, Operation Mend, and Operation Mend’s new expansion program with the Wounded Warrior Project.
You’ll also manage support for existing and new funds and accounts associated with the Katz Center, the WWP Network expansion, and the existing Operation Mend Program, as well as serving as a liaison with University administration and Health Sciences Development to coordinate the grant award initiation process and facilitate donation transactions.
At UCLA Health, you can change the future for those who have served.
Developing guidelines and checklists for award initiations to ensure timeliness, accuracy, effectiveness, clarity, and adherence to University regulations and protocol
Serving as lead resource on all financial required online financial platforms (Express, Bruinbuy, PAN, etc.) and offering guidance to the team
Compiling financial data for use in fiscal closing, budgetary process, grant reports, and other uses as directed by the program manager, which also includes designing, developing, and maintaining spreadsheet and database software
Assisting in fulfilling grantor requirements for annual reports and coordinating grant and gift fund close outs
Assisting the program manager and other staff with financial planning and maintenance of funds
Verifying all charges to gifts and grants funds by reviewing agreements and reconciling applicable University ledgers and local data
Initiating and preparing corrective action on errors or inappropriate charges to gift or grant funds (e.g. TOF’s, Non-PEAR’s)
Serving as BruinBuy, payroll, travel, and departmental recharge transaction reviewer
Five years’ financial accounting experience
Experience in preparing budgets
UC accounting experience
In addition, completion of the following courses is preferred: UCLA Financial Systems Gift Services – Regental Gift Services – Foundation UCLA Accounting Advanced accounting I Transfer of funds Non-PEAR’s MTF’s Payroll Travel policies and procedures QDB or COGNOS database Departmental recharges BruinBuy reviewer Excel and other database software Travel Express