Research Analyst Position - Mayo Clinic Scottsdale Engstrom, Kathleen M 06 Jan 2000 14:23 EST

Position overview:  Research Financial Analyst, Mayo Clinic Scottsdale

The Research financial analyst provides financial and analytical support and
guidance in an accurate and timely manner to clinical and administrative
management.  He/she works cooperatively with Financial Services staff,
physicians, department/division chairs, administrators and supervisors.
She/he will serve as the focal point for the financial integrity of the
research accounting process.  The analyst will be highly skilled in the
preparation of financial analyses, budgeting, and governmental and grant
compliance requirements.  He/she will be responsible for presentations of
financial information to both internal and external customers. This position
reports to the Manager of Management Accounting and receives direction from
the Manager, Controller, and Section Head for Decision Support.

Education/Experience Requirements:
*       Bachelor Degree in Accounting or related Business field required.
CPA or Master's degree desirable.
*       Previous experience with postaward governmental grant and contract
management required. Governmental auditing experience a plus.
*       Working knowledge of OMB Circulars, A133 Reporting Requirements,
direct and indirect cost allocation, subrecipient monitoring and Federal
Financial Reporting
*       Previous accounting experience of 3-5 years required.  Healthcare
experience preferred.
*       Excel and/or Access software experience required.
*       Previous supervisory experience required.
*       Previous experience in utilizing analytical skills related to
financial statement review, budgeting and forecasting, etc.

Company overview:  Mayo Clinic Scottsdale

Mayo is an internationally respected private, not-for-profit, group practice
of medicine providing comprehensive clinical, research and education
programs in Jacksonville, Florida; Rochester, Minnesota; and Scottsdale,
Arizona and the Mayo Health System incorporating regional practices in Iowa,
Minnesota and Wisconsin.

The Scottsdale site includes a multi-specialty outpatient clinic with over
200 physicians, the Mayo Clinic Hospital, the primary care regional
practices, and the Mayo Health Plan Arizona. Research at Mayo Clinic
Scottsdale consists of programs in both basic biomedical research and
clinical research. Collaboration between basic science researchers and
clinical researchers is critical in bringing the fruits of research to the
patient.  Ongoing clinical research trials keep Mayo Clinic at the forefront
of discovery, assuring that patients have access to the newest and most
effective medical treatments available.  Scientists at Mayo Clinic
Scottsdale are exploring the fields of molecular and cellular biology and
molecular genetics. Several of the research programs utilize gene transfer
technology in studies of cancer, cystic fibrosis, lung disease, arthritis,
early embryological development, allergies and asthma.  Mayo Clinic
Scottsdale Research also includes support services such as Biostatistics,
IRB and Protocol Development and the Research Computing Facility.

Interested candidates should forward their resume to Todd Wilkening in
Financial Services at the Mayo Clinic Scottsdale, 13400 East Shea Boulevard,
Scottsdale, Arizona 85259, or email your resume in text form to

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