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Director, Finance Magee Women's Research Institute and Foundation


As a key member of the Finance and Administration team, the Director of Finance reports to the CEO of MWRIF. Responsible for organizing and directing the accounting, cash management, regulatory compliance, accounts receivable and accounts payable operations of the organization as well as monitoring all Department of Ob/Gyn research related financial transactions on University of Pittsburgh's ledgers. Reports financial data, management reports, inter/intra departmental data to the Executive Director & CEO and senior management, designated program leaders, and external parties including University of Pittsburgh and funding agencies as required. Manages month end financial statement preparation process, annual financial and compliance audits, and financial reports related to areas of responsibility. In addition, this position functions in a supporting role to Senior Executives in relation to financial matters.



  • Manage activities of the finance staff as they relate to recording all financial transactions of the organization, ensuring all grant, investment, fundraising and program support activities are recorded in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles.
  • Perform all responsibilities according to mission and culture of MWRI and UPMC by conveying courtesy, respect, enthusiasm and a positive attitude in work situations involving faculty, staff, co-workers, other UPMC staff and external contacts.
  • Work with senior management to interpret and analyze financial data and report information as directed to faculty, Board of Directors, University of Pittsburgh, and external parties as required.
  • Oversee maintenance of the general ledger software including data management, table maintenance, security controls, and data feeds from other systems.
  • Ensure that adequate internal controls exist and effective policies, procedures and systems are in place to facilitate accurate financial reporting, as well as compliance with directives issued by governmental and regulatory agencies related to federal funding and other finance activities.
  • Work independently, be flexible, perform in stressful situations, and produce under pressure. Able to remain highly motivated and results oriented to accomplish the goals and objectives established by the Executive Director and senior management.
  • Monitor internal processes to ensure maximum efficiency and effective utilization of general ledger software and staff resources.
  • Stay abreast of accounting pronouncements and regulatory changes relevant to the organization's activities and ensure necessary changes are made to maintain compliance.
  • Assist senior management with financial information related to human resource transactions.
  • Assist the Executive Director, as needed, on internal and external functions. When applicable, provide presentations concerning financial matters.
  • Oversee all audit related activities including audit work paper presentation and report preparation for the annual financial federal compliance audits, as well as other third party audits. Communicate all associated activity and results to the Audit Committee of the Board.
  • Effectively manage staff performing general accounting and financial reporting functions.
  • Work with the Department of Ob/Gyn to advise on financial 1 matters related to research activity.
  • Ensure that adequate controls are in place regarding donor-restricted funds so that uses are appropriate as intended by the donor. Monitor compliance with PA Trust Fund Law and provide information to senior management and the Board of Directors regarding restricted funds as needed. Ensure that accounting for restricted fund activities complies with all accounting and regulatory requirements.
  • Review and submit the non-profit tax return (990) annually.
  • Manage the month end financial statement preparation process. Ensure that monthly statements are accurate, complete, and timely and include research activity recorded on University of Pittsburgh's ledgers as appropriate.
  • Monitor organization's cash flow, including approval of disbursements, corporate credit card activity, NIH drawdowns, and receivables. Monitor grant receivables and identify opportunities to enhance cash flow. Serve as liaison for the Corporation on operating cash matters and credit card program with the bank.




  • B.A. degree in Accounting, Economics or related field required.
  • 5 years experience is required; within a healthcare setting preferred. Master's degree and/or certification in public accounting preferred. 5 years (3 must be in a management capacity) of working experience in general accounting functions including general ledger, accounts payable, payroll, financial reporting and budgeting and closing.
  • Proficiency in various computer languages and software packages such as Microsoft Office, Excel, Word, and Financial Edge.
  • Ability to grasp customer needs and to define and carry out projects effectively utilizing a team of Accountants.
  • Strong analytical skills.
  • Well-developed written and verbal communication skills.

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