1) Under direct supervision, performs a variety of reconciliation and routine operating account activities which require basic knowledge of accounting theories and principles. 2) Perform data entry and balancing of cash receipts records for bank reconciliation purposes. 3) Reconcile results of University receipt bank accounts/Financial Accounting System (FAS), investigate, and work with key departments to resolve discrepancies. 4) Process monthly banking transfers in FAS. 5) Process new petty cash requests, maintenance and closures, including initiating and monitoring the status of the annual petty cash certification process. 6) Create and distribute unclaimed property notification memos to campus. 7) Perform periodic maintenance on FAS accounts, as requested by campus. 8) Manage offsite storage requests for Financial Services.
1) Communicate accounting and financial information clearly and concisely. 2) Excellent oral and written communication skills. 3) Attention to detail. 4) Analytical and problem solving skills.
1) Bachelor's degree in accounting, finance, or related field.
1) One to two years office experience.
2) Cover Letter
3) Reference Contact Information
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