Location: Bowling Green, KY Category: Staff Posted On: Wed Nov 18 2020 Job Description:
WKU Child Care Centers (WKUCCC) is a federal and state funded child care program serving children ages 0-5 and families. This position will develop systems for compiling, monitoring and analyzing data from multiple child and family screening/assessment software sources; analyze data, identify patterns, work with team to create reports and develop goals/objectives. Monitor expenditures and maintain accurate and consistent recording and reporting of financial data; reports on status of expenditures and budgets; prepare monthly and quarterly reports Analyze cost projections and spending patterns in connection with goals and objectives of grant projects. Coordinate schedules and communicate with management team, teachers and enrolled families to meet deadlines and regulations.
Knowledge, Skills, Abilities - Good communication skills (both oral and written), application of data management systems, monitoring financial data, and record-keeping skills are required. This position works collaboratively and cooperatively with community organizations and individuals from a variety of backgrounds; sound judgment; computer expertise, and organizational/management skills are necessary. Must maintain confidentiality and comply with data integrity and security policies of the state and federal government.
Position is grant funded and continuation is contingent on availability of funds.
One year experience with data management systems
One year experience in financial management systems
Proficiency with data, web and Microsoft software
Other Requirements - valid driver's license, reliable transportation, satisfactory criminal records check for abuse and neglect, negative TB skin test, and a satisfactory physical examination. Willingness to travel and attend evening meetings is required.
Salary Grade: 108 Salary Range: $37,000 - $39,500
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