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add to favorites Manager, Extramural Funds
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UC Santa Barbara in Santa Barbara, California is seeking a Manager, Extramural Funds.

Other Advertised Salary Range: $79,308 - $93,627/yr; competitive, commensurate with qualifications and experience.

Responsible for overall management of the accounting and post award administration function related to contracts and grants funded by the Federal Government, Private Sources, State and Local Government, Private Endowments, Private and Corporate Gifts, and Special Research Projects awarded from the Office of the President. As a Research I institution there are over 2,900 active funds. The total funds administered through the Extramural fund area are approximately one fourth of the operating funds of the University.

For further information and to apply to this job visit the following link: https://jobs.ucsb.edu
add to favorites ACCOUNT MANAGER
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UC Davis in Davis, California is seeking an ACCOUNT MANAGER.

Salary: $3,128.00 - $4,484.00/MO

Under supervision, assume responsibility for review, analysis and reconciliation of ledger reports, account files maintenance, cash collections, gift processing, and contracts as well as administration of faculty research grants, internal grants and awards for SS Green Cluster (Anthropology & Sociology) personnel.

For further information and to apply to this job visit the following link:
http://www.ucdavis.edu/jobs/
add to favorites Accountant II
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Georgia State University in Atlanta, Georgia is currently seeking applications for an Accountant II.

Salary Rate: $40,000 - $49,085

The primary purpose of this position is to coordinate and maintain sponsored budgets to ensure monies are spent as budgeted in accordance with established controls and in an appropriate and ethical manner. The area of responsibility will also require coordination of sponsored budgets with state funded budgeters, when applicable. The candidate must possess analytical skills to understand, interpret and apply Federal, State and other relevant regulations and policies. The qualified candidate will also have strong verbal and written communication skills and be able to work effectively as part of a team as well as independently. Working knowledge of OMB circulars A-133, A-110 and A-122 preferrred.

For further information and to apply to this job visit the following link: https://jobs.gsu.edu
add to favorites Account Clerk 3 - CPTS
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Ferris State University in Big Rapids, Michigan is currently seeking applications for an Account Clerk 3 - CPTS.

Provides responsible, independent complex bookkeeping, recordkeeping, and/or accounting support.

For further information and to apply to this job visit the following link: https://employment.ferris.edu
add to favorites Business Manager
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Columbia University in the City of New York is seeking a Business Manager.

Reporting to the Assistant Director of the Institute for Social and Economic Research and Policy (ISERP), the Business Manager exercises primary responsibility for ISERP's administrative and programmatic budgets, for personnel expenses, for grant and gift accounts, and for Financial Accounting System reconciliation.

The Business Manager works closely with ISERP Directors to develop budgets for the Institute's center, project, seed grant, workshop, research, personnel, and operational accounts that include analysis of short and long term revenue projections, including tuition revenue and indirect cost revenue. S/he is responsible for knowing and interpreting all University financial policies and systems, complying with internal audit, government, and private agency regulations on financial disbursements, and providing analytic and problem-solving support to ISERP affiliates on matters pertaining to operating budgets and financial planning.

The Business Manager resolves financial problems, prevents overdrafts, manages FAS reconciliation, and generates financial reports, including budget variance reports. S/he has DAF signature authority, including but not limited to FFE, CAR, Labor Accounting, Pcard, and DARTS. S/he is responsible for advising the Directors on historical levels of spending, managing financial databases and records of all financial income and expenditures, and works closely with the Office of the VP for Arts & Sciences to perform fiscal year-end closing.

The Business Manager supervises a full-time Financial Assistant and a full-time Grants Financial Assistant; and processes all administrative and research personnel appointments. The Business Manager supervises visiting scholar and research personnel immigration and visa processing; allocates and approves payroll for casual and work study employees; ensures departmental compliance with I-9 policies and procedures; supervises purchasing and maintenance of all equipment; supervises conference room scheduling; oversees departmental facilities and space utilization; approves requests to Facilities Management for repair and space improvements; coordinates planned capital projects including space renovations; manages the hiring, training, and supervision of ISERP's casual and work study staff; and performs other duties as required.

For further information and to apply to this job visit the following link:
https://jobs.columbia.edu
add to favorites Senior Financial Analyst, Office of Management & Budget
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Columbia University in the City of New York is seeking a Senior Financial Analyst, Office of Management & Budget.

Reporting to the Assistant Vice President of the Office of Management and Budget (OMB), the Senior Financial Analyst focuses on Columbia's major central business units and their operating budgets and manages the tuition and fees processes for the University's Trustees' meetings. In addition this position is responsible for several of the largest academic units on the Morningside Campus, and performs the following functions:

Reviews budget submissions from individual operating units as assigned (both academic and administrative): verifies their consistency with budget policy, analyzes and reports on trends, describes funding requests and assists senior management in resource allocation decisions; Works with other OMB staff on the maintenance of and updates to the central flow of funds and Trustees' financial reports; Provides updates to the Assistant Vice President for OMB on any and all changes that affect the budgets of assigned central University units and Morningside schools; Gains an understanding of and familiarity with the University's financial model and forecasting tool, including all revenue and expense lines; Develops a thorough working knowledge of the University's financial and reporting systems through work with other financial operations departments.

Other responsibilities include:
Assists in maintaining and modifying the long-range forecast model for the central University budget based upon different policy assumptions and external variables such as interest rates, utilities prices and investment returns.
Assists with quarter- and year-end closing, ensuring that the necessary budget and journal entries are correctly entered into the appropriate system for various schools and departments. Performs other related duties and special projects as assigned.

For further information and to apply to this job visit the following link:
https://jobs.columbia.edu
add to favorites Junior Analyst
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Columbia University in the City of New York is seeking a Junior Analyst.

Columbia University Investment Management Company, LLC, ("IMC") is one of the leading endowment management organizations in the world. It offers an extraordinary investment management career opportunity to a particularly qualified candidate. The IMC is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Columbia University charged with managing Columbia's endowment for the current and future support of operations and with preserving the purchasing power of the endowment over the long-term after inflation. Most, but not all, funds are managed externally in a diversified strategy that uses active and passive management techniques across a range of asset classes and geographies.

The IMC seeks professionals who can contribute materially to the management of the portfolio in an environment that employs a collaborative generalist approach in which team members are exposed to and expected to add value to as much of the portfolio as possible. Independent thinking and open dialogue are actively encouraged, with team members contributing to the skills, thinking, qualitative and quantitative analysis of the portfolio, including equities, real estate, energy, other real assets, private equity or a variety of public market strategies. The IMC environment is one in which staff members are expected to develop professionally, work collaboratively across asset classes, and assume greater responsibilities according to ability and progress.

Reporting to the Chief Executive Officer, but working under the close supervision of a Director or Associate and closely with all investment team members, the Junior Analyst will assist with the management of the portfolio.

For further information and to apply to this job visit the following link:
https://jobs.columbia.edu
add to favorites Senior Financial Analyst, Office of Management & Budget
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Columbia University in the City of New York is seeking a Senior Financial Analyst, Office of Management & Budget.

Reporting to the Budget Director in the Office of Management and Budget (OMB), the Senior Financial Analyst focuses on OMB's monthly, quarterly and annual reporting needs, which involves a mixture of standard and ad-hoc reports used to support OMB's mission of providing in-depth financial analysis for the University's Senior Management and Trustees. The role maintains, updates and enhances reports used for the University's Trustees' meetings (quarterly meetings), and develops new reports as needed. The position is also responsible for the maintenance, enhancement and updates of all reports related to to the University's Central Flow of Funds; endowment income, including developing the University's annual endowment budgets and semi-annual estimates; as well assessment calculations and charges to the University's academic divisions working closely with other members of the OMB staff, Facilities operations and other University departments; calculates interest income and oversees the distribution of this income to qualifying departmental accounts; develops a thorough working knowledge of the University's financial and reporting systems through work with other financial operations departments. Additional responsibilities also include, but are not limited to the following, to assist in the development of the University's budget book; support the monthly, quarterly and annual closing process of the University including the processing of some journal entries; act as a lead/subject matter expert in OMB on reporting needs as Columbia migrates to a new financial system, and performs other related duties and special projects as assigned.

For further information and to apply to this job visit the following link:
https://jobs.columbia.edu
add to favorites Senior Financial Analyst, Office of Management & Budget
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Columbia University in the City of New York is seeking a Senior Financial Analyst, Office of Management & Budget.

Reporting to the Budget Director in the Office of Management and Budget (OMB), the Senior Financial Analyst focuses on OMB's monthly, quarterly and annual reporting needs, which involves a mixture of standard and ad-hoc reports used to support OMB's mission of providing in-depth financial analysis for the University's Senior Management and Trustees. The role maintains, updates and enhances reports used for the University's Trustees' meetings (quarterly meetings), and develops new reports as needed. The position is also responsible for the maintenance, enhancement and updates of all reports related to to the University's Central Flow of Funds; endowment income, including developing the University's annual endowment budgets and semi-annual estimates; as well assessment calculations and charges to the University's academic divisions working closely with other members of the OMB staff, Facilities operations and other University departments; calculates interest income and oversees the distribution of this income to qualifying departmental accounts; develops a thorough working knowledge of the University's financial and reporting systems through work with other financial operations departments. Additional responsibilities also include, but are not limited to the following, to assist in the development of the University's budget book; support the monthly, quarterly and annual closing process of the University including the processing of some journal entries; act as a lead/subject matter expert in OMB on reporting needs as Columbia migrates to a new financial system, and performs other related duties and special projects as assigned.

For further information and to apply to this job visit the following link:
https://jobs.columbia.edu
add to favorites Financial Analyst-Business Office Manager
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Columbia University in the City of New York is seeking a Financial Analyst-Business Office Manager.

Reporting to the DA/CFO, the Financial Analyst-Business Office Manager will be responsible for day-to-day accounting and financial analysis. Manages invoices, check requests and travel reimbursement processes; utilizes reports on a daily basis to control work flow. Approves travel reimbursements, invoices and check requests, and provides supplemental approvals in AP/CAR. Generates complex reports for the DA/CFO. Oversees the delivery of centralized financial services to the department including reporting, payables and receivables.

Reviews and manages purchasing agreements and consulting contracts to ensure that the terms comply with University regulations and guidelines. Acts as liaison with Central Purchasing, Accounts Payable, Sponsored Projects Administration and Sponsored Projects Finance. Reviews and manages purchasing agreements and contracts for the department. Controls and reconciles petty cash funds and cash functions of the check-in/out desks. Ensures that policies and procedures are handled appropriately for cash reimbursements. Approves petty cash reconciliation to replenish funds. Responsible for approving wire transfers and travel advances, as well as purchase orders.

Supervises day to day operations of the Accounts Payable and Purchasing offices. Supervises 2 full time officers of Administration; monitors their performance, writes performance appraisals and tracks time off. Supervises check and cash deposits for the department. Audits cash deposits log. Prepares reports and special projects as specified by the DA/CFO. Following best practices proactively manages the department's expenses and revenue capturing mechanisms and account funds flow. Works on payroll and divisional budgets. Participates and guides others in the quarterly variance reporting and annual budget process. Other related duties as assigned.

For further information and to apply to this job visit the following link:
https://jobs.columbia.edu
add to favorites Post-Award Analyst
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University of Chicago in Chicago, Illinois is seeking a Post-Award Analyst.

Under direct supervision, performs a variety of routine operating or cost accounting activities which require basic knowledge of accounting theories and principles, such as: examining accounting records for the purpose of determining gains and losses, receipt and disbursements, and inventory; and preparing income and balance sheet statements, consolidated statements, and various other accounting statements and reports.

For further information and to apply to this job visit the following link:
https://jobopportunities.uchicago.edu
add to favorites Assistant Director, External Scholarship Programs
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Georgetown University in Washington DC is seeking applications for an Assistant Director, External Scholarship Programs.

Grade/Level: 08 - - $ 38,000.00 -- $ 42,000.00

Essential Functions: The Assistant Director for External Scholarship Programs supports the management of federal, state, and private outside grant and scholarship programs in the main campus OSFS. This includes supervision of part-time student aides and management of grant and scholarship programs that are in compliance with federal, state, and private sponsor's student aid program regulations, University policies, and the highest standards of customer service. Typical Activities include: • Supports management of the federal Pell and SEOG grant programs. • Selects eligible recipients for federal Pell and SEOG grants. • Certifies cost of attendance, financial need and enrollment eligibility for state and other outside-sponsored grants and scholarships. • Maintains program records that are compliant with federal, state, and private grant and scholarship program sponsor's requirements. • Monitors and reconciles disbursements made to students. • Supports compliance reporting and audit responses. • Supports liaison with the Office of Student Accounts regarding the processing of outside grant and scholarship resource payments and their impact on eligibility for other need-based financial aid. • Provides counseling services to students and parents; supports staff training. • Maintains positive working relationships with Federal COD, state grant agencies, outside grant and scholarship program sponsors, GU Student Accounts, GU Financial Affairs, GU Sponsored Programs, GU Sponsored Accounting, and GU Information Services (Technology) offices. Requirements: • A bachelor's degree and up to two years of administrative experience with a strong mathematical/financial component, or an equivalent combination of education and experience, is required. • The successful candidate will also have one or more of the following: o Experience in a four-year private institution's financial aid office; o Working knowledge of undergraduate grant and scholarship programs operations and the Federal Title IV regulations governing the Federal Pell, SEOG, ACG, and SMART grant Programs, federal need analysis methodology, student information, and billing systems; o Excellent technology skills with experience using the U.S. Department of Education's EDConnect and EDExpress software and the COD website, the Banner student information system, PeopleSoft Financials, and/or MS Office Suite. Willing to train the right candidate.


For further information and to apply to this job visit the following link: http://www.georgetown.edu/work-for-us/index.html
add to favorites Accounting Clerk II
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Michigan State University in East Lansing, Michigan is seeking an Accounting Clerk II.

Maintains the accounting functions for grant accounts including establish, monitor, maintain, and oversee files for accounts; provide accurate accounting records and services including monthly reconciling of grant accounts; process requisitions for supplies, equipment and services, and payment vouchers; process the hiring of students and temporary/on-call employees and calculate and prepare their associated payroll; assist the Department Finance team with pulling documents, maintaining spreadsheets in the preparation of departmental reports as well as, other clerical duties as assigned.

For further information and to apply to this job visit the following link: http://www.hr.msu.edu
add to favorites Cashier
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College of Charleston in Charleston, South Carolina is seeking a Cashier.

Must have analytical mind and a good working knowledge of accounting principles. Knowledge of office practices, procedures and equipment. Ability to communicate effectively with parents and students. Knowledge of MS Word & Excel a plus. Preference given to applicants with knowledge of the Banner/SungardHE software system. Ability to interpret and apply financial procedures and regulations. Ability to perform prescribed analyses of financial records. Ability to direct student workers. Ability to communicate effectively.


For further information and to apply to this job visit the following link: https://jobs.cofc.edu
add to favorites Accountant I
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Georgia State University in Atlanta, Georgia is currently seeking applications for an Accountant I.

The responsibilities for the
bookkeeper/accountant position for the department and its related entities will be as follows:
1. Process all purchases and payment reimbursements through Spectrum and/or GSUF
2. Process deposits of registrations and fees for all non-degree executive education programs conducted by the department and donations made to the department's foundation
3. Maintain all various expenditure spreadsheets and databases for all departmental entities including the department, CEAR, WECF and the department's foundation
4. Maintain budget spreadsheets for all departmental entities including the department, CEAR, WECF and the department's foundation
5. Assist with the routing of consultant agreements and contracts
6. Process travel reimbursement requests for final approval by the business manager
7. Make entries into the accounting data base for GSU Risk Management Foundation and produce quarterly reports


For further information and to apply to this job visit the following link: https://jobs.gsu.edu
add to favorites Financial Assistant
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Columbia University in the City of New York is seeking a Financial Assistant.

Salary Range $39,159 - $40,910

Reporting directly to the Business Manager and working closely with the Academic Department Administrator, the incumbent provides support for all the financial activities of the department. Using FFE and AP/CAR fund management systems, processes all accounts payable and purchasing transactions including check requests, purchase orders, requisitions, bill payments, reimbursements, travel and business expense; processes check deposits and internal billing. Incumbent reconciles monthly FAS statements. Monitors all accounts including Arts & Sciences faculty research accounts, faculty and departmental purchasing cards, graduate student travel program, graduate student payroll, work study payroll. Prepares reports for the Business Manager and the Academic Department Administrator using FFE and DARTS as needed. Informs students, faculty, staff and visitor speakers of accounts payable and payroll processes; resolves payment problems; follows up on all questions or concerns and ensures compliance with university policies and regulations; makes hotel reservations and orders food for departmental events. General activities include answering telephones, providing clerical services to faculty; greeting and assisting walk-in visitors and students. Other duties as assigned.


For further information and to apply to this job visit the following link: https://jobs.columbia.edu
add to favorites Business Manager
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Columbia University in the City of New York is seeking a Business Manager.

Reporting to the Treasurer, the Business Manager oversees the day-to-day administrative and budgetary operations of the office and provides executive level support to the Treasurer, Deputy Treasurer, Associate Treasurer and Executive Director. Coordinates the senior managers' activities, and interfaces with other senior managers and high-level executives, including external parties; manages the senior managers' confidential correspondence, calendar, and meetings/events; organizes department meetings and special events. Oversees all Treasury expense budgets (Administration, Capital Planning, Cash Management & Treasury Operations and Risk Management), including monthly variance analysis, quarterly re-forecasting, input to budget tool, quarterly and annual financial close processes. Controls vendor accounts for the department; reviews invoices and ensures their timely processing; reviews individual expenses for appropriateness and adherence to policy; monitors office supply inventory, billing and shipments; tracks time and attendance. Prepares journal entries, interdepartmental invoices and payments for any other operational or debt related activities. Manages Treasury's petty cash account. Orients all new Treasury staff.

Additional specific responsibilities by unit include the following:
For the EVP Finance and Treasurer, coordinates with Budget Office, CU Facilities, CU Investment Management Company and Office of the Secretary to produce and submit materials for the Trustee Finance Committee.

For the Debt Management group, manages, compiles and submits monthly requisitions to the Dormitory Authority of the State of New York for reimbursement of eligible project expenses. Creates and updates policies and procedures on monthly reimbursements and the first requisition process. Provides support with other debt related activities, e.g., processing the wire payments for the quarterly debt lines of credit and updates the annual debt fee schedule.

For the Risk Management group, has responsibility for claims processing and overall administration (including vehicle registration) for the University's approximately 125 owned and long-term leased vehicles (cars, trailers, boats); assists in establishing the cost allocation procedure and tracking the annual departmental budgets; makes quarterly entries to the financial systems and budget tool.

For the Cash Management/ Treasury Operations group, assists in the allocation of credit card acceptance fees to the approximately 350 merchants across the university; provides administrative support for the management of approximately 150 domestic bank accounts.

For further information and to apply to this job visit the following link: https://jobs.columbia.edu
add to favorites Business Coordinator I
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Texas A&M University in College Station, Texas is currently seeking applications for a Business Coordinator I.

Prepare and review vouchers and requisitions; post transactions to unit record system; investigate errors and take corrective action. Serve as liaison with the Financial Management Services Department and Human Resources Department; coordinate personnel activities of the unit; reviews and approves annual leave/sick leave records; prepares new employee payroll records and personnel documents; provides general Human Resource information; audits and submits biweekly timesheets, reviews and distributes paychecks. Reviews and audits reconciliations of all unit accounts; monitors and reports on unit budget activities. Manage cash handling, accounts receivables function for the department, and maintain receivables reports. Other duties as required.

For further information and to apply to this job visit the following link: https://tamujobs.tamu.edu
add to favorites Financial Assistant 2
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The University of Houston in Texas, Houston is currently seeking applications for a Financial Assistant 2.

Hiring Range 12.93 - 16.16

Provides support in a variety of the more complex, clerical financial duties in accordance with standard procedures.

Job Duties:

1. Reconciles financial accounts for a department or office to the monthly statements provided by the University.

2. Prepares monthly and quarterly financial reports for department management.

3. Review expenditure documents for accuracy and follows up to ensure that vendors are paid.

4. Maintains computerized accounting data bases and generates ad hoc reports as needed.

5. Posts income and expenditure transactions to the appropriate account.

6. May prepare billing, financial reports, and or invoices for various foundations and institutions.

7. Prepares journal vouchers needed to effect changes in accounts.

8. Analyzes errors found in account reconciliation for best method of correction.

9. Peforms other job-related duties as assigned. (All duties are subject to restrictions set forth by MAPP policies on Cash Handling.

For further information and to apply to this job visit the following link: https://jobs.uh.edu
add to favorites Accountant II
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The University of Texas at Austin is currently seeking applications for an Accountant II.

Monthly salary $3,500 negotiable depending on qualifications.

Purpose of Position Perform accounting and related assignments for AmeriCorps program and for designated centerwide accounts and sponsored projects.

Essential Functions Serve as contact person for AmeriCorps grant and contract modifications, fiscal monitoring, and reports to sponsors. Prepare budgets for new and existing grants relating to the AmeriCorps program. Prepare monthly summary reports and quarterly reports for both internal and external use with the AmeriCorps program. Provide backup to administrative support person for AmeriCorps Member employee documents, stipend payments, and position assignments in HRMS. Audit and approve departmental payment vouchers, checking for accuracy and compliance with action plan budgets, and prepare deposits for Dana Center. Monitor budget to actual expenses, analyze financial status and prepare financial projections. Reconcile AmeriCorps accounts and review other departmental account reconciliations. Provide support for the Financial Analyst as needed.

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