The Grants Financial Analyst provides analytic support for financial reports, trend analysis, and monitoring of financial data for organizational grants. This position is responsible for assisting the Controller with minimizing financial risk by coordinating the Finance grant management system and processes. Develops custom reports used in identifying issues, trends, patterns and relationships to be applied in grant management. Assists in providing grant financial analysis, ensuring associated spend meets eligibility criteria, and optimizing resource utilization. Provides leadership and training to CMC staff on grant-related areas. This position reports to and is under the general direction of the Controller.
Master’s degree with 3 years of related experience or Bachelor’s degree with 5 years of related experience. Experience should be progressive and include exposure to finance planning, accounting procedures, audits and full general ledger oversight, preferably in a Health Care setting
Minimum 3 years of experience analyzing data and creating reports using report writing tools
Excellent professional presentation and written communication skills
Comfortable leading small projects with process improvement, and documenting workflows
Experience mentoring, coaching and training staff or coworkers
Computer proficiency at the advanced level in MS Excel and intermediate level for MS Word
Experience with MS Dynamics 2018 or higher preferred
Valid California Driver's License, proof of automobile insurance and personal transportation.
Internal Number: GFA
About Community Medical Centers, Inc
Community Medical Centers, Inc. (CMC) began in the 1960's as a volunteer effort of the San Joaquin Medical Society, the San Joaquin Local Health District and the Community Action Council. Local physicians, nurses, dentists and community activists who recognized the lack of health and social services programs formed service teams to address the needs of migrant farm workers and their families. The providers went out to the fields and worked from their cars to deliver medical care, to supply food and clothing and to link families with available services. In 1967, the San Joaquin Medical Society received state and federal funding to support the development of two small facilities, as well as mobile clinics to provide services throughout the county. From these early beginnings, CMC has grown to provide comprehensive primary and preventive care at eleven clinical sites in the counties of San Joaquin, Solano, and Yolo.