Posting Summary: Prepares salary and expenditure analyses on Extension and Research grants and contracts in the College of Agriculture, Human and Natural Sciences; Prepares monthly, quarterly, semi-annual and annual reports for funding agencies; Monitors expenditures and controls operating accounts under the authority of the Dean to ensure that all costs are in accordance with university and agency guidelines; Develops departmental fiscal procedures and processes in compliance with Tennessee State University policies. Conducts operational audits and makes recommendations to Dean; Conducts training for staff on financial policies, procedures, and processes; Assists the Dean with budget planning, staffing requirements and in determining the impact of personnel actions; Informs Principal Investigators and Project Directors of account balances on a quarterly basis; Reconcile and prepares journal vouchers to ensure accuracy, budgetary compliance and adherence to agency guidelines for assigned restricted grants and contracts; Conducts financial research and interprets and advises project directors regarding agency guidelines, federal regulations, OMB circulars and University policies and procedures; Assist the Dean in preparing new project budgets, reporting on current project expenditures, making sure that closed out projects are properly reported. Expertise in Banner software is preferred. Ability to work with people and preparing financial reports is a must. Performs other related duties as required.
Internal Number: 220_57005
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