The Labor Occupational Safety and Health Program at UCLA (UCLA-LOSH) collaborates with workers, unions, community organizations, employers, academics, students, governmental representatives, and health professionals to improve health and safety conditions for workers in Southern California.
Our work includes health and safety training, education for low-income, minority, and immigrant workers, public advocacy, and participation in industry-wide research relating to policy issues in California. We educate more than one thousand workers annually in a region incorporating two-thirds of California’s workforce. Our staff includes a multi-ethnic, bilingual group of professionals with backgrounds in public health, participatory adult education, curriculum development, social work, public policy, and quantitative and qualitative research methods. We are a unit of the Institute for Research on Labor and Employment (IRLE). You can learn more about us at our website or on our Facebook page.
Our offices are located on the UCLA campus in Westwood, California. We are across the street from Westwood Village, close to numerous transit options, and there are plenty of great restaurants and movie theatres nearby.
We are seeking a qualified Fund Manager to join our team. This position is full-time.
Under the direction of the IRLE Senior Fund Manager, the LOSH Fund Manager provides critical analysis, forecasting, and overall budgetary administration of $2-2.5 million of complex contract and grant funds for the Labor Occupational Health and Safety unit within IRLE.
This position assists the LOSH Director (PI) and LOSH Project Directors on securing funding through the preparation of contract and grants budgets, coordination with UCLA offices and outside agencies, and various "by agreement" projects in accordance with federal, state, and UC policies and procedures. Incumbent is responsible for monitoring budgets, completing financial and effort reports, and using all pertinent UCLA financial systems and databases. Incumbent must be current on all UC and federal fund policies and procedures.
Must provide a high level of assistance to the PI and Project directors. The successful candidate will have a high level of financial and analytical ability and is expected to recognize potential problem areas and provide resources for problem resolution. Continued employment is contingent upon completion of satisfactory background investigation.
Submit your application materials (following all directions carefully) at: https://hr.mycareer.ucla.
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