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add to favorites Financial Coordinator
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Columbia University in the City of New York is seeking a Financial Coordinator.

The Financial Coordinator assists in the development, monitoring and review of the five year rolling capital plan and state of good repair infrastructure plan which will include detailed monitoring of project budgets and account activity. Responsibilities include provide support to assigned managers and supervisors in the preparation of their budgets; research, analyze and summarize financial activity; assist in the preparation and monitoring of cash flows for the entire capital portfolio; coordinate the submission of all insurance reimbursements to Risk Management; prepare componentization breakdowns for depreciation purposes; participate in financial responsibilities such as recording project management fees, assistance with internal and external audit inquiries, governmental filings. The Financial Coordinator utilizes the University accounting system information, database and spreadsheets to reconcile accounts and do budget versus actual analysis. In addition, he/ she will develop and provide year end reports and assist in the implementation and administration of financial policies, programs, and practices. Perform additional duties as assigned.

For further information and to apply to this job visit the following link:
https://jobs.columbia.edu/
add to favorites Assistant or Associate Professor of Finance
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Carthage College in Kenosha, Wisconsin is currently seeking applications for an
Assistant or Associate Professor of Finance.

.Carthage College invites applications for a tenure-track or renewable contract appointment in finance to begin August 2012. The ideal candidate will join colleagues in teaching undergraduate courses in finance and economics; mentoring and supporting students in undergraduate research; maintaining an active scholarly agenda; and service to the College.

The faculty of the College is strongly committed to the liberal arts tradition and interdisciplinary work. The candidate will join the faculty of the A. W. Clausen Center for World Business working with colleagues from across the College. More information about the Social Science Division, the Economics Department, and the Business Department can be found at: http://www.carthage.edu/academics/social-sciences/.


The successful candidate must: hold a Ph.D. in finance, financial economics, or a related field (ABDs near completion will be considered); be an outstanding teacher; have a record of or potential for exceptional scholarship; and demonstrate a commitment to Carthage's intellectual and teaching mission.

Salary and benefits are competitive. Dependent upon qualifications and experience, the appointment will be at the rank of Associate or Assistant Professor.

Founded in 1847, Carthage is located on the shore of Lake Michigan, midway between Milwaukee and Chicago and offers quick urban access from the relaxed environment of a small city. The Carthage curriculum is designed to promote critical thinking while challenging students to express themselves effectively through a variety of media.

Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled. For best consideration, applications should be received by October 15, 2011.

Application materials should include a cover letter, statements of teaching philosophy and undergraduate research interests, a curriculum vita, and the names, addresses and phone numbers of three references. Materials can be sent as e-mail attachments (pdf-only) to Professor Thomas Groleau, Chair, Social Sciences Division at: financesearch@carthage.edu.

For further information visit the following link: http://www.carthage.edu
add to favorites Financial Operations Manager
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American University in Washington DC is currently seeking applications for a Financial Operations Manager.

The Financial Operations Manager is responsible for insuring that financial, contractual, personnel and administrative transactions follow university policies and procedures as well as external funder requirements for SOC’s centers. Currently, those centers include the Investigative Reporting Workshop, J-Lab, and the Center for Social Media. Other centers or non-operating funded projects may be included. The Manager will actively monitor both grant and non-grant accounts and provides financial planning, forecasting, and expenditure controls. The position receives minimal supervision on daily matters and is expected to accomplish assigned tasks independently.

For further information and to apply to this job visit the following link: http://www.american.edu
add to favorites Deputy Chief Business Officer - University Services
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Georgetown University in Washington DC is currently seeking applications for a Deputy Chief Business Officer - University Services.

The Deputy Chief Business Officer will provide leadership for financial and budgeting operations in University Services, a unit of Georgetown University with a budget (before allocations) of over $250 million. The DCBO will manage the accounting, budget and audit functions of University Services. The DCBO will be responsible for analyzing financial data, developing financial plans and preparing reports. Additionally, the DCBO will provide leadership in the overall development and management of fiscal policies within the University Services Division. The DCBO will also work in developing, implementing and evaluating operating models that monitor and improve existing business processes in order to meet financial objectives. 5-10 years of progressively responsible experience working in financial management positions in higher education, government or not for profit organizations. Master’s Degree preferable or Bachelor’s Degree, CPA and an equivalent combination of training and experience.

For further information and to apply to this job visit the following link: http://www.georgetown.edu
add to favorites Financial Analyst
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Columbia University in the City of New York is currently seeking applications for a Financial Analyst.

The Financial Analyst will provide financial analysis at the Herbert Irving Comprehensive Cancer Center for all supported cancer center members. Tasks will include but are not limited to the following:
Overall financial management of all HICCC accounts
Monthly review of accounts and subsequent actions for all accounts
Create budgets for new awards and continuations, work with SPA to ensure the timely creation or extension of accounts, ensure proper budget and indirect cost rate in place of FAS
Financial reconciliations and reporting for all sponsored projects, work closely with Restricted Funds to ensure all sponsored projects are compliant with NGA guidelines
Assist in Budget Tool quarterly updates
Review suspense account to make sure all SAFs are current and accurate
Review and approve all Purchase Requisitions, Purchase order changes, p-card purchases, journal entries, SAFs, invoices for the department
Assisting in creastion of budgets for NYPH Pass-through accounts
Invoicing NYPH for Special Funds allocated to HICCC investigators
Pre award assistance for new grants, resubmissions, JIT information, etc
Biweekly payroll processing for support staff OT and casual employees
Assisting in the management and analyses of Shared Resources, overseeing recovery via IDI, creating budgets per SR, providing historical data/analysis
Ad hoc reporting using Excel and PowerPoint
Assist with special projects such as technical and system support

For further information and to apply to this job visit the following link: http://www.columbia.edu
add to favorites Staff Accountant
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Milwaukee School of Engineering (MSOE) invites applications for a Staff Accountant to join our Finance Office. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, general ledger accountability, various account analysis and reconciliations, financial reporting and profitability analysis and other special projects as assigned.

RESPONSIBILITIES/DUTIES:

* Preparing monthly financial statements, reports and records by collecting, analyzing and summarizing account information
* Responsible for general ledger
* Fixed asset processing and reporting
* Monitor restricted fund accounts
* Review bank statements
* Research and reconcile ledger discrepancies
* Auditing and verifying documents
* Monitoring and following internal controls incorporating various policies and procedures
* Learn, understand and work with the university’s enterprise software platform (Jenzabar)
* Financial and profitability analysis on a requested basis from other Finance Office staff

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

* Must have a BS in Accounting degree from an accredited 4 year university
* 2 to 3 years of industry or public accounting experience
* CPA certification or candidate to achieve certification a plus
* Strong computer and software application skills
* Accuracy in daily work and other projects
* Ability to meet communicated schedules and deadlines
* Adherence to policies, procedures and instructions from both Controller and Assistant Treasurer
* Ability to maintain good working relationships all department heads and staffs
* Ability to function as a team player in a university setting

For consideration please submit resume and salary expectations to:

Milwaukee School of Engineering
Human Resources
1025 N Broadway
Milwaukee, WI 53202
work@msoe.edu

MSOE is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer

For further information visit the following link: http://www.msoe.edu
add to favorites Business and Financial Analyst - Division of Intercollegiate Athletics
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Under the direction of the Associate Athletic Director of Business Affairs, apply accounting and business principles and procedures to prepare and analyze accurate and timely financial information.

Duties and Responsibilities:

1. Assist with preparation of monthly internal financial reports on 17 sports with a combined budget of over $7.0 million. Reports include both "Budget v. Actual" and "Current Year v. Prior Year" variances. Provide follow-up and documentation on significant variances. Meet with Coaches and Sport Administrators to monitor budget progress and discuss financial issues.
2. Assist with preparation of quarterly internal financial reports on nine departments with a combined budget of over $15 million. Reports include both "Budget v. Actual" and "Current v. Prior" year variances. Provide follow-up and documentation on significant variances. Meet with Department Managers to monitor budget progress and discuss financial issues.
3. Prepare and submit financial information for IRS Form 990-T Unrelated Business Income Tax (UBIT) Return. Work with University Tax Department on any tax related issues and reporting requirements.
4. Prepare and report financial information on DIA employee relocation expenses for determination of taxation.
5. Prepare external financial reports for events throughout fiscal year, including Illinois High School Association Football Championships, Marching Band Festival, NCAA Bowl Game, and Illinois Marathon.
6. Assist with coordinating work relating to annual internal and external audits in the review of DIA financial records.
7. Assist on insurance related issues including risk assessment, property/equipment values, insurance premiums, and claims processing.
8. Prepare and submit annual FACT sheet financial information to the University Office of Business and Financial Services (OBFS). This includes receivables, revenue deferrals, prepaid expenses, and accounts payable.
9. Ensure DIA financial records are maintained in compliance with the State of Illinois records retention statutes. Work with University Archives and Records on records retention issues.
10. Provide DIA financial information and other documents to University Public Affairs in response to Freedom of Information Act requests from various media outlets and other requestors.
11. Process all settlement reports on camps and clinics held throughout the fiscal year, a $2 million operation. Reconcile all camp accounts, prepare expense reports, review payroll transactions, prepare income statements, and determine DIA/coaches portions of net income. Communicate with all head coaches on camp and clinic financial information.
12. Review and approve reimbursement vouchers.
13. Conform with and abide by all DIA, University, NCAA, and Big Ten Conference policies & procedures.
14. Perform various analytical functions, including ad hoc projects and detailed financial analysis as requested.
15. Assist the Associate Athletic Director of Business Affairs with managing the business office towards efficient and value-added processes, and interact effectively with all levels of DIA and the University.
16. Perform back-up duties assigned to other staff including monthly account reconciliations.


Close Date: November 29, 2011

For further information and to apply to this job visit the following link: http://illinois.edu/
add to favorites Financial Specialist Associate
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University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, Michigan is currently seeking applications for a Financial Specialist Associate.

Provide extremely high level of customer service to units supported. Answer phone calls and e-mails in accordance with unit established protocols. Work with units to resolve accounting and financial issues. Communicate proper utilization of accounts, proper usage of chart fields and transactions. Meet and communicate with department administration and faculty on a regular basis.

The Financial Coordinator will utilize Business Objects, MReports and other University reporting tools to develop and disseminate regular financial reports to Department Managers, Chair/Directors and faculty providing status of accounts and overall financial health. Prepare, review and communicate variance and budget reports. Assist department administration with financial analysis, forecasting and planning, providing reports and meeting with administrators as needed. Track and monitor encumbrances.

Reconcile Statement of Accounts (SOA's) utilizing available technology such as e-Reconciliation and Real Time Financials. Reconciliation includes ensuring budgetary commitments are posted, expenses are valid and appropriate for the specific program/project grant and ensuring appropriate back-up and supporting documentation is on file.

Prepare non-PO vouchers, purchase orders, travel/hosting reimbursements, moving reimbursements, lump sum advances, etc.... as needed and in accordance with departmental, LSA and University policies, procedures and guidelines. This position will also provide delegate support for Concur transactions to two Departments and reconcile Pcards within Concur for 2 Departments. Process journal entries. Process PeoplePay transactions. Ensure budgets are adhered to and funding is available for all transactions.

Collect and deposit checks, gifts and cash ensuring proper cash handling procedures are followed.

Provide guidance, assist and train financial staff and act as team lead for the shared services business/financial staff. Communicate LSA/University policies and procedures to faculty. Develop and communicate policies and procedures for shared services business office. Constantly evaluate processes looking for improved efficiencies and making suggestions for change.

Provide back-up support to the LSA Shared Services unit as well as other duties as needed and assigned.

The University of Michigan is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.
For further information and to apply to this job visit the following link: http://www.umich.edu
add to favorites Accounting & Financial Analyst
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Rice University in Houston, Texas is currently seeking applications for an Accounting & Financial Analyst.

The Accounting & Financial Analyst is a new position within the Bioengineering department to advise and assist the faculty and the department administration with the management of all funds including university, gift, endowment and research funds. This position also analyzes and interprets funding agency guidelines regarding use of funds, ensuring compliance with all applicable policies and procedures. The incumbent reconciles funds monthly to the Banner accounting system and provides department administration and faculty with customized financial reports, projections and expenditure recommendations on all funds, including large and complex research awards.

For further information and to apply to this job visit the following link: http://www.rice.edu
add to favorites Staff Auditor
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Pepperdine University in Malibu, California is currently seeking applications for a Staff Auditor.

PURPOSE: Auditing Services provides objective assurance and advisory activities designed to add value and improve the University's financial risk management, control, and governance processes. The Staff Auditor assists in evaluating and improving University operations by conducting audits/advisory projects.

DUTIES: Conduct financial, operational and compliance audits of University departments. Prepare written reports including findings, conclusions, and recommendations on areas reviewed. Conduct advisory and special projects. Perform audit work by preparing audit programs, documenting fieldwork, and facilitating implementation of recommendations. Interact effectively with all levels of management and staff. Perform other duties as assigned.

For further information and to apply to this job visit the following link: http://www.pepperdine.edu
add to favorites Senior Accountant
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Ohio State University in Columbus, Ohio is currently seeking applications for a Senior Accountant.

Provides accounting and budgeting services for the Office of Administration & Planning and its units. Reviews financial activity and ensures accurate financial statements. Analyzes and researches account activity. Prepares budgets and tools for operations managers monthly, annually and as needed. Analyzes financial statement to extract information that can facilitate decision-making by operations staff. Validates funding and expenditure activity (planned versus actual). Provides assistance as needed to all units within office and units of Administration & Planning.

For further information and to apply to this job visit the following link: http://www.osu.edu
add to favorites Director of Finance
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Columbia University in the City of New York is currently seeking applications for a Director of Finance.

The Director of Finance will be responsible for the financial management of a center within the Division of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at Columbia University. He/she will oversee the center's financial transactions and be responsible for resolving financial problems, preventing overdrafts, managing FAS reconciliation, and generating routine financial reports for the center's leaders and funders. He/she will also be responsible for advising center leaders on current spending, working with center managers to develop budget forecasts, maintain all financial records for the center, and serve as liaison to center vendors. In addition, the Director of Finance will manage all of the center's contracts, serving as liaison to the contractors' business managers, advising center leaders on how best to enact new contracts or extend existing contracts per Columbia policy, and then working with the Columbia Psychiatry business office, Dean's Office, and Purchasing Department to put the contracts into effect. Specific duties are described below.

Finance Duties:
Take the lead on developing the center's annual budget.
Develop, analyze and interpret monthly and annual budget reports for center directors and funders.
Prepare quarterly budget reports for center managers.
Work with center directors and managers to develop budget forecasts.
Develop methods to develop accurate estimates for both the Columbia Dean's Tax and the RFMH Indirect Cost expenses.
Suggest budget strategies to center directors and managers
Alert center directors and managers to over- and under-spending.
Remain up to date on all finance-related policies at both Columbia and RFMH.
Serve as liaison to the Columbia Psychiatry and the RFMH business offices.
Draft and complete all memos and paperwork related to the center's finances.
Serve as liaison to all center vendors except for those related to office equipment.
Manage center's petty cash account.
Supervise an administrative assistant who helps with processing invoices and payments.
Ensure the timely processing of all invoices and reimbursements.
Maintain a history of salary changes and performance reviews for center staff.
Complete the budget portion of grant applications.
Tack grant announcements and funding opportunities.
Manage the financial aspects of the center's office lease.
Look for ways to operate more efficiently and cost effectively.

Contract Duties:
Advise center directors and managers on how best to enact new contracts and extend existing contracts.
Offer recommendations to center directors concerning improvements to its contracting process.
Advise center directors on when to begin the process of contract renewal.
Explain the Columbia contracting process to new contractors.
Serve as liaison to the business managers for center contracts.
Complete all paperwork required to enact new contracts or extend existing contracts.
Enter all paperwork into the proper systems to enact or extend contracts.
Follow up with the Psychiatry Business Office, Dean's Office, and Purchasing Department to ensure the efficient processing of center contracts.
Provide regular updates to center directors and contractors on the status of contracts that are being processed and alert them to problems that arise.
Work with center contractors to develop invoicing schedules.
Provide contractors with invoice templates when needed.
Remain up to date on all contract-related policies at both Columbia and RFMH.

For further information and to apply to this job visit the following link: http://www.columbia.edu
add to favorites Senior Finance Accountant
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Cranbrook Academy of Art in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan is currently seeking applications for a Senior Finance Accountant.

Responsible for budget control, account reconciliations and financial reporting; provide support for project/job cost accounting system for construction capital projects; assist with both interim and year end fixed asset capitalization; perform period process control audits; and provide assistance to the Business Analyst and CFO. Requirements: Bachelor’s degree with an accounting major or related field, knowledge of GAAP, and three years of general accounting experience is required, preferably in a non-profit environment. Knowledge of fund and construction accounting is preferred. Excellent analytical and computer proficiency in spreadsheets, accounting software, database and Word documents is required.

For further information and to apply to this job visit the following link: http://www.cranbrook.edu
add to favorites Budget/Business Analyst
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The University of Southern California (USC), founded in 1880, is located in the heart of downtown L.A. and is the largest private employer in the City of Los Angeles. As an employee of USC, you will be a part of a world-class research university and a member of the "Trojan Family," which is comprised of the faculty, students and staff that make the university what it is.
USC's Annenberg School for Communication & Journalism is seeking a Budget/Business Analyst to join its team.

The Budget/Business Analyst monitors, reconciles, analyzes and reports on budget activity for an academic department or school or research, administrative or auxiliary department. May lead other staff in related work duties.

The University of Southern California is an Equal Opportunity Employer that Values Diversity.

For further information and to apply to this job visit the following link: https://jobs.usc.edu
add to favorites Budget/Business Technician
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Salary Range: $20.50 hour

Budget/Business Technician

The USC Libraries' Finance group seeks a numbers-oriented and detailed-oriented person to join its team as a Budget/Business Technician. This individual will be primarily responsible for paying invoices related to the acquisition of library materials. Other duties include but may not be limited assisting with book fund reconciliation, chart of accounts access maintenance, processing credit card deposits, and assisting with data entry and reporting in an Access database used for invoicing.

The University of Southern California is an Equal Opportunity Employer that Values Diversity.

For further information and to apply to this job visit the following link: https://jobs.usc.edu
add to favorites Investment Accounting Manager
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Rice University in Houston, Texas is currently seeking applications for Investment Accounting Manager.

The Investment Accounting Manager leads the efforts of the investment accounting staff in the Controller's Office in tracking, recording and reporting on all types of investments. These include marketable and non-marketable securities, venture capital, real estate, oil and gas, cash and other types of investments. Debt accounting and preparation of some tax returns are also under the leadership of the Investment Accounting Manager. The staff members are responsible for all accounting and reporting of university endowment funds, investments pools, capital project funding and debt issues.

For further information and to apply to this job visit the following link: http://www.rice.edu
add to favorites Senior Auditor (II)
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Columbia University in the City of New York is currently seeking applications for the position of Senior Auditor (II).

Reporting to the Senior Audit Manager, the Senior Auditor performs complex operational, financial and compliance audits of the University while maintaining all organizational and professional ethical standards. Specific responsibilities of the Senior Auditor include, but are not limited to: plan, design and perform audit reviews of various units of the University, which consist of examinations for adherence to accepted standards as well as review of financial and administrative systems for integrity, security, adequacy of controls, effectiveness and efficiency, compliance with legal requirements and consistency with management objectives; design audit objectives and procedures, prepare audit programs, perform test work and write audit reports; oversee and direct the ac-tivities of other auditors desig¬nated to assist in the audits assigned, and review their work, as needed. The Senior Auditor must proactively keep the Senior Audit Manager and Director informed of the progress of audit reviews, and may participate in the annual risk assessment and audit plan creation process. Other duties and special projects as assigned.

For further information and to apply to this job visit the following link: http://www.columbia.edu
add to favorites Staff Accountant
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Milwaukee School of Engineering (MSOE)invites applications for a Staff Accountant to join our Finance Office. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, general ledger accountability, various account analysis and reconciliations, financial reporting and profitability analysis and other special projects as assigned.

RESPONSIBILITIES/DUTIES:

* Preparing monthly financial statements, reports and records by collecting, analyzing and summarizing account information
* Responsible for general ledger
* Fixed asset processing and reporting
* Monitor restricted fund accounts
* Review bank statements
* Research and reconcile ledger discrepancies
* Auditing and verifying documents
* Monitoring and following internal controls incorporating various policies and procedures
* Learn, understand and work with the university’s enterprise software platform (Jenzabar)
* Financial and profitability analysis on a requested basis from other Finance Office staff

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

* Must have a BS in Accounting degree from an accredited 4 year university
* 2 to 3 years of industry or public accounting experience
* CPA certification or candidate to achieve certification a plus
* Strong computer and software application skills
* Accuracy in daily work and other projects
* Ability to meet communicated schedules and deadlines
* Adherence to policies, procedures and instructions from both Controller and Assistant Treasurer
* Ability to maintain good working relationships all department heads and staffs
* Ability to function as a team player in a university setting

For consideration please submit resume and salary expectations to:

Milwaukee School of Engineering
Human Resources
1025 N Broadway
Milwaukee, WI 53202
work@msoe.edu

MSOE is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer

For further information and to apply to this job visit the following link: http://www.msoe.edu

Posted on October 26, 2011
add to favorites Senior Vice President of Finance
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This position will provide strategic and operational leadership for the University’s comprehensive financial management functions. The individual in this position must support and embrace the mission of the University and the Franciscan Values.

The individual in this position: Directs short term and long term financial planning and forecasting, manages cash flows, and makes recommendations for investments of funds. Analyzes financial records to forecast future financial position. Provides oversight and recommendation for University compliance programs for federal and state financial aid business operations, cash management functions, and academic compliance issues that impact billing or purchasing functions. Responsible for all risk management insurances, tax reporting, contractual agreements, and debt covenants. Has ultimate responsibility for all accounting, budgeting, accounts payable, accounts receivable, planning & modeling, and payroll functions for the University.

Essential Requirements:

* Master’s degree in accounting, finance, or related discipline required
* Current CPA license required
* Minimum of 10 years related work experience required, preferably in higher education
* Must have extensive experience with organizational financial planning and the development of budgets with sound financial projections, knowledge of current best practices in finance and accounting and the demonstrated ability to lead, motivate, and supervise
* Must be able to communicate well both verbally and in writing with members of the University community
* Must show demonstrated ability to explain financial and accounting concepts and convey fiscal information to non-financial groups
* Must have strong and effective presentation skills

A criminal background check is required prior to employment. When applying, please reference the title of the position in the subject line. Interested candidates must submit a cover letter, resume, salary requirements and the names and contact information of three professional references to:

Jennifer Thoma
Employment and Benefits Manager
Cardinal Stritch University
jathoma@stritch.edu

EOE

For further information and to apply to this job visit the following link: http://www.stritch.edu
add to favorites Account Analyst
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Salary Range: $30,000 - $35,000

The University of Southern California (USC), founded in 1880, is located in the heart of downtown L.A. and is the largest private employer in the City of Los Angeles. As an employee of USC, you will be a part of a world-class research university and a member of the "Trojan Family", which is comprised of the faculty, students and staff that make the university what it is.

USC's University Collections & Bank Reconciliations Department is seeking a Collector II to join its team.

The Collector II is responsible for collection of student debts such as student loans, tuition and fees that have become delinquent. Assists in reducing the University's delinquent receivables and losses. Assists students with resolution of financial problems. Performs specialized review, research and problem solving in support of student collection function.

Job Accountabilities will include:
* Interact with students, parents and other authorized parties to attempt to resolve past due tuition and fees accounts.
* Analyze past due accounts in terms of finding resolution mutually beneficial to the student and the University.
* Update and maintain contact information enabling the University to stay in communication with student.
* Follow up to ensure students pay their past due balances, or take steps that will result in payment or other resolution of them.
* Recommend or carry out payment enforcement measures, such as denial or cancellation of the student's Registration, denial of other student services, or assignment of the account to a collection agency.
* Keep complete, accurate records of all events and data relating to implementation of above functions.

The University of Southern California values diversity and is committed to equal opportunity in employment.

For further information and to apply to this job visit the following link: https://jobs.usc.edu
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