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					ELIZABETH GLASER PEDIATRIC AIDS FOUNDATION
Financial Analyst/Costing Analyst Washington, DC
About the Foundation The Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation is a worldwide leader in the fight to prevent pediatric HIV infection and eradicate pediatric AIDS through research, advocacy, and prevention and treatment programs. We currently support programs for children and families in 18 countries around the world. The Foundation’s longstanding commitment to pediatric HIV/AIDS research is at the heart of what we do. Elizabeth Glaser created the Foundation at a time when there was no research dedicated specifically to meet the unique needs of children with HIV. We now support innovative projects, bringing the best minds together in collaboration and bridging gaps within the medical and research communities to ensure that children will have access to the best medical treatments. Only by working together can we continue to bring real solutions to children and families around the world and make real our vision that every child deserves a lifetime. Job Summary Financial Analysts (50%) provide support to Foundation management and staff in the implementation of the organization’s budgeting and financial reporting process. The Financial Analyst coordinates the preparation and distribution of financial management information to specific departments and country offices. The Costing Analyst (50%) will work as a key member of the New Business Development unit under the guidance of the Director of Financial Planning & Analysis. He/she will play a leadership role in budget and costing strategy development efforts for public and private opportunities to ensure support of the Foundation’s new business development efforts. Essential Responsibilities • Serve as primary contact person within Financial Planning & Analysis (FP&A) for specific country programs and departments within his/her portfolio; • Responsible for preparing monthly financial reports for portfolio; • Oversee budget development of countries and departments in portfolio; • Perform analysis on operational activities including historical, current and projected revenue and expense, cash flow, variances and costs; • Provide special reports to senior financial, program, and executive staff and donors; • Oversee development of proposal budgets and re-forecasts for portfolio. • Lead the proposal/application budget and costing process for federal and privately funded awards (contracts, cooperative agreements, and grants) with support and input from specific country and/or program staff; • Develop a cost strategy for each new business opportunity in concert with other staff, ensuring that the Foundation’s proposals conform to government requirements and fully capture the projected costs of the project; • Coordinate budget development efforts with relevant field offices, departments, and other FP&A staff; • Develop budget templates and other tools where needed; • Lead training efforts to build capacity of field staff in developing budgets for new business opportunities; • Support budget negotiations with partners with proposal teams; • Attend New Business Working Group meetings and assess new business opportunities; Required Qualifications • BA required. MBA preferred. • Minimum 3 years experience in Finance, preferably in a non-profit or similar setting. • Prior experience in new business development within a USG supported non profit or similar entity. Knowledge, Skills and Abilities • Excellent financial management and analytical skills; • Proven ability to lead budget development/costing strategy efforts • Strong proficiency in Excel; • Knowledge and experience with use of federal funds and the application of OMB Circulars A-110, A-122, and A133 • Ability to communicate effectively orally and in writing • Ability to manage multiple priorities and projects while working as part of an inter-departmental team in a fast paced environment • Requires international travel (10-15%) • Requires flexible work schedule when working on proposal deadlines  Experience with cost proposal development for USAID and successful cost proposal submissions  Experience in business development and client relationship management, especially with USAID To apply for this position, please visit our website at www.pedaids.org.


				
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