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The Accounting team oversees a wide range of financial functions in support of the Hutch’s mission. Team responsibilities include financial reporting, financial policy setting, audit coordination, banking, capital assets, service agreements, tax and regulatory filings, internal and data controls and transaction processing.
The Accounts Receivable Supervisor is responsible for the Non-Federal, industry, Fixed Price, Shared Resources, Non-Sponsored and miscellaneous billing. Each year, the Hutch generates over 10,000 external invoices to its scientific collaborators including industry partners, universities and other research organizations. Many of these invoices reflect complicated agreements involving patient visits, specialized services and collaborative research. The successful candidate is someone that embraces efficiency, customer service, thoroughness and collaboration. The position reports to the Corporate Controller and directly supervises a staff of two Accounting Specialists with plans to expand. Key partners include the Assistant Controller, Office of Sponsored Research (OSR), Clinical Research Services, Financial Planning and Analysis (FP&A) as well as service providers and research programs across the Hutch.