Financial Analyst/Planner Specialist (Part-Time, 50% Appointment)
Chicago Cancer Health Equity Collaborative (ChicagoCHEC)
- 120 semester hours or higher credit for college course work comparable to that in a field related to financial analysis/planning such as finance, planning, economics, or operations research with 12 hours in empirical fields such as statistics or computer science, or
Three (3) years (36 months) progressively more responsible experience in developing financial or economic analyses, research designs, strategic plans, or data models, and
- Two (2) years (24 months) of work experience comparable to that gained as a Financial Analyst/Planner Associate in addition to the experience/training required in 1 above.
A master's degree in accounting, business administration, and/or finance, or other related fields, used to satisfy requirement #1 may be used in satisfying this requirement as well.
(This position requires a background check.)
$65,000 - $80,000/year
To Be Determined (Hours may vary depending on departmental needs)
The Financial Analyst position for NEIU's Chicago Cancer Health Equity Collaborative (ChicagoCHEC), a multi-year, NCI grant-funded research center designed to address cancer-related health inequities in Chicago. Chicago CHEC is a multi-million dollar triad Center led by the Robert H. Lurie Comprehensive Cancer Center of Northwestern University, Northeastern Illinois University, and the University of Illinois at Chicago. It builds on groups of investigators (including faculty, students and staff) from many leading Chicago-area community organizations and educational institutions. The Research Center Grant Financial Analyst will work with our team and its multiple sites by overseeing the grant’s financial plan/administration, budget, costs & expenditures, data management & financial policies and procedures. The incumbent will also have the opportunity to collaborate with academic and community-based research teams in order to lead submissions for new grant applications and co-author academic papers produced for the Center.
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A current employment application, statement of annuitant status form, official transcript(s), resume and cover letter must be submitted by the close of business 1/15/2021.
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