8AM - 5PM
$44,292 - $63,540
Under general supervision of the Financial Analyst and general direction of the Financial Administrative Officer (FAO), provide accounting and administrative support to the Performing Arts Administration Unit and the Departments of Creative Writing, Dance, Music, and Theatre, Film and Digital Production.
Responsibilities include, serving as the department's iTravel coordinator; processes general accounting transactions such as non-payroll cost transfers, purchase orders, ProCard purchases, work orders, reimbursements, and recharge orders to include all parking services; coordinates student grants and travel advances; monitors accounts of all auxiliary units such as communications, printing & reprographics and mail services, and provides cost analysis reports monthly; act as first point of contact with these campus departments to respond to inquiries and reconcile discrepancies; prepares quarterly financial statements; responsible for quarterly textbook orders and desk copy requests for faculty and teaching assistants; manages the equipment inventory program, including submission of off-campus liability forms and participation in the buy-down insurance program; and serve as the personnel coordinator and department time & attendance administrator for the listed departments.
Must submit cover letter and resume along with application to be considered for the position
-Experience with processing routine financial accounting transactions in an online environment
-Work experience in general accounting and fund accounting and experience with identifying account variances and researching discrepancies in accounting ledgers.
-Skill in communicating effectively and professionally, using tact and diplomacy.
-Skill in the use of personal computers and experience with preparing detailed financial spreadsheets and reports using Microsoft Excel.
-Skill in accurate record keeping with strict attention to detail.
-Excellent written communications skills, including the ability to compose business correspondence, edit, and use correct spelling, punctuation, and grammar.
-Ability to function independently and take responsibility for results; organize workload with close attention to detail; manage multiple tasks and timelines; skill in independently research questions and make appropriate contacts for problem solving.
-Ability to work as a team-player and establish and maintain cooperative working relationships.
-Skill in maintaining confidentiality in all office matters.
-Skill in making appropriate job decisions following established policies and procedures.
-Demonstrated experience with the UCR Financial System, recharge system, and other UCR online purchasing and campus work order systems;
-Working knowledge of UC policies and procedures
-Working knowledge of the UC Payroll Personnel System (PPS) and the hiring process
-Work experience in higher education
-Experience working with members of the performing arts community, especially artists in the fields of Creative Writing, Dance, Music, and Theatre.
-Experience within a customer service oriented environment responding to and meeting/exceeding the needs of the customer while adhering to policy.
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