The first dual primary purpose of this position is to provide support and maintain accurate fixed asset records for the Fixed Assets section of the Controller’s Office. This position provides accounting support by analyzing and computing cost and confirming that new items meet the current state capitalization standards for addition to the Fixed Assets System, creating journal vouchers to correct capital expenditure accounts, performing Write-Off adjustments for any disposed capitalized assets, tagging of new assets, and conducting the required annual inventories. This position provides other technical support by utilizing a specialized barcode label software and printer, performs all scanner downloads to and from the handheld scanners into Banner Finance, runs exception reports, processes, and posts scanned data to Banner Finance.
The second dual primary purpose of this position is to assist/support the Finance Manager and the Financial Accounting Manager with Cash Management duties for the University which includes funding the payroll and accounts payable disbursing accounts, processing cash receipt/cash disbursement items/cash transfers on the Office of the State Controller’s Cash Management Control System (CMCS) and the Office of the State Treasurer’s Core Banking System, processing of Journal Voucher requests received from departments, along with maintaining Excel spreadsheet summaries of transactions for each budget code. Each budget code must be reconciled to CMCS and BANPRD monthly.
An additional responsibility of this position is to assure the timely and accurate maintenance of the University’s fixed asset system. The position reports to the Finance Manager. This position assists departments with determining appropriate accounts to use for purchases. The position assists the Finance Manager in conducting training workshops for departmental staff and campus users.
Bachelor’s degree with 12 credit hours of accounting coursework; or Associate’s degree in accounting; or Associate’s degree in business or related discipline with 12 credit hours of accounting coursework; or equivalent combination of training and experience. all degrees must be received from appropriately accredited institutions.
Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting and 3 – 5 years accounting experience.
Experience with Banner software system.
Experience with fixed assets and the governmental standards associated with reporting fixed assets.
Attention to detail, problem solving, skills in Excel, Microsoft Word, and google docs.
Internal Number: 000801
About The University of North Carolina at Greensboro
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