Associate Health Care Fiscal Analyst, NYS Office of Mental Health, P13058
Mental Health, Office of - Albany, NY

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Please Note: You must be employed by New York State to be eligible for appointment to this position.

Candidates must have permanent status as an Associate Health Care Fiscal Analyst, Grade 23 and be eligible for lateral transfer; OR be eligible to transfer via Section 70.1 of the Civil Service Law. Section 70.1 allows a permanent competitive class employee, who has at least one year of permanent service in an appropriate title to transfer to an Associate Health Care Fiscal Analyst.

If you are unsure if your current title qualifies for transfer, you may contact OMHHRM@OMH.NY.GOV for a determination.

The duties that the incumbent of the vacancy will be expected to perform.

Duties Description

The incumbent of this position will work as an analyst in the Office of Financial Management, Bureau of Community Budget and Financial Management. This position functions as a lead analyst for the Consolidated Fiscal Reporting unit which is responsible for reviewing and auditing provider cost reports used for contract close-outs. The incumbent would perform the following functions under the direction and supervision of a Principal Health Care Fiscal Analyst. Specific duties will include, but not be limited to the following:

Perform desk audits of Consolidated Fiscal Reports (CFR) submitted by community providers of Mental Health Services to ensure compliance with Generally Accepted Accounting Principles and CFR reporting requirements.

Maintain records of cost reports, correspondence, financial statements, and case notes to document changes in the desk audit process; develop and test new audit tools and provide input into refinement of desk audit protocol.

Function as a CFR reporting contact for 750 local service providers including regular written correspondence and verbal communications.

Participate in CFR Interagency Committee with representatives from Office of People with Developmental Disabilities (OPWDD), Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services (OASAS) and the State Education Department (SED) and function as the lead on specific cost reporting issues.

Provide guidance in the testing and development of changes to the CFR Software.

Lead the CFR Provider training sessions.

Coordinate with the Contracts and Claims (C&C) Unit on the application of CFR data to State Aid Letter and direct contract close-outs.

Assist the budget staff on CFR data analysis required to conduct policy analysis related to operational issues and budget development.

Revise the CFR Manual and forms to accommodate new initiatives and changes in accounting principles.

Contribute to a wide range of OMH projects, including policy objectives such as implementation of Executive Order #38.

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