The Business Manager provides direct fiscal and administrative support, accounting processes and auditing functions, trend analysis, forecasting, budgeting, reporting, general ledger accounting, and asset management in the business office for Facilities Administration Student Life units which have a total budget of approximately $35-38 million. Authorizes purchases and all routine operational transactions; reviews transaction and travel documents for proper procedures and compliance with policy; trains staff on purchasing procedures; serves as departmental contact for service/supply contracts; collaborates with internal partners and university purchasing office for bid process; reviews/approves travel requests; hires, trains, and manages student staff; performs trend analysis, forecasting, budgeting and reporting; facilitates a year-round budgeting process including identification of potential process improvements; performs general ledger accounting and maintenance activities; facilitates the asset management process. May be required to work flexible hours including evenings and weekends.
Bachelor's degree in Business or other related field or equivalent combination of experience; extensive knowledge of the PeopleSoft financial systems; extensive knowledge of university policies pertaining to procurement, travel and expenditure policies; excellent written and verbal communication skills; experience with Adobe Pro; experience with Microsoft SharePoint, Excel, Word and other Microsoft products.
Master's degree; Lean Six Sigma Green Belt; experience in supervising student employees.
Target Salary: $52,000.00 - $62,000.00 Annually
Job Category: Administrative and Professional
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