The Fiscal Coordinator for Student Programs is a dual role, supporting financial operations for both Recognized Student Organizations as well as the Chicago Maroon, the University of Chicagoâ™s independent student newspaper. This position reports to the Assistant Director for Business Operations and the Associate Director for Co-curricular Involvement. This position is partially funded by the Chicago Maroon.
Under the supervision of the Assistant Director, the Fiscal Coordinator provides accurate fiscal administration for the Recognized Student Organization (RSO) accounts including accounts payable, independent contractor/payroll processing, cash management, data management, and account reconciliation.
Under the supervision of the Associate Director, the Fiscal Coordinator has overall responsibility for all administrative and financial functions of The Chicago Maroon. Responsibilities include management of budget, processing of all financial transactions, and the coordination of student staff. Through these activities, the Fiscal Coordinator facilitates the creative, journalistic efforts of The Chicago Maroonâ™s editorial staff as well the professional development and success of The Chicago Maroonâ™s student business team.Â
Process accounts payable/receivable for student organizations (RSOs) and the Maroon.
Serve as a key customer service representative for the Financial Operations office.
Manage relationships with outside entities.
Process payments for Chicago Maroon advertisements.
Manage HR processes and payroll transactions for the Chicago Maroon.
Oversee the Chicago Maroonâ™s annual budget of $150,000 and coordinate board meetings.
Serve as a member of the Center for Leadership and Involvement staff.
Display Emotional Intelligence.
Celebrate Diversity & Inclusion.
Foster Partnership and Collaboration.
Communicate Effectively & With Influence.
Education, Experience, or Certifications:
High school diploma or equivalent required.â‹
Four years of accounts payable and/or accounting experience preferred.
Experience in a Higher Education administrative role preferred.
Experience with University of Chicago disbursement, procurement, payroll and HR policies preferred.Â Â Â
Familiarity with University financial and HR systems including Workday, ePayment, and BuySite preferred.â‹
Technical Knowledge or Skills:
Exemplary customer service skills, sound analytical skills, and strong attention to detail required.
Must communicate effectively in English, both orally and in writing.
Must successfully identify priorities and recognize and resolve or refer problems.
Must work effectively with supervision both independently and as part of a team.
Computing proficiency must include spreadsheet, word processing, and internet.
$18.89 - $27.66
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