Serves as liaison between hospital departments and the Contracting Department. Interprets both agency and departmental requirements, policies/procedures, and provides support to obtain newly available information on funding targets, timing of reports, fiscal issues and compliance with regulatory requirements. Independently makes decisions, authorizes actions, and manages the sponsored programs portfolio for assigned areas. Generates reports to evaluate activity and available funds. Assists with programmatic and fiscal reporting. Completes periodic and annual reporting to grantor agencies. Must have an extensive understanding of grant related federal and state rules, regulations, policies, and procedures. Must have outstanding verbal and written communication skills and an extensive knowledge of business administration and accounting practices.
Complexity of Duties
Job duties are of a moderate level of complexity, exercises some judgement and initiative to make independent decisions. Must be accountable for actions that may affect others in accomplishing the goals and objectives of the organization.
Works under general supervision with responsibility for compliance with applicable rules regarding management of grant funds. Must be accountable for actions that may affect others in accomplishing the goals and objectives of the organization. Assignments are usually specific but are occasionally broadly defined. Incumbent must demonstrate initiative and the ability to work independently or in a group toward department goals and objectives.
The incumbent is not a supervisor but may lead specific projects, direct one or two others in accomplishing completion of a project.
Contact with Others
Incumbent will be in weekly contact with financial personnel and at least quarterly with program personnel and outside grantors. May interact with auditors.
Confidential data will be encountered often and incumbent will be required to protect confidentiality and manage information for work purposes while complying with applicable rules regarding protection of confidential information.
Requires sitting or standing at a desk for long periods of time while looking at a computer screen in an indoor environment.
The work environment is a typical indoor office environment at room temperature within a hospital setting. Some travel is required. Infrequent overnight travel may be required for meetings or to attend training.
Consistently demonstrates superior customer service skills to patients/customers by demonstrating characteristics that align with CIHA’s guiding principles and core values. Ensure excellent customer service is provided to all patients/customers by seeking out opportunities to be of service.