Financial Systems Reporting Manager
Position Number: 00061005
Primary Function of Organization Unit: North Carolina State University has approximately 1.4 billion dollars of spend per year and the Controller's Office touches all aspects of campus life from student refunds to financial reporting. The Office of University Controller is directly responsible for the following activities as they relate to the financial management of North Carolina State University: 1) General accounting (chart of accounts maintenance) and financial ledger management 2) Asset management 3) Cash management and banking including (payment card industry oversight and merchant services) 4) Payroll processing 5) International Compensation and Taxation - vetting of non-resident alien transactions 6) Payables (small and large purchases) and vendor management 7) Travel reimbursements 8) Non-student receivables and billing 9) General cash receipts and wire requests 10) Tax filings (990's, 1099's, 1042-S's, W-2's, 941's, multi-state taxation and general taxation) 11) Financial reporting (CAFR and University Financial Statements), and audit liaison (with the Office of the State Auditor) 12) Imprest accounts and auxiliaries 13) Student and HR system integration to financials 14) Both internal and campus-wide training 15) Reconciliation of bank accounts and key General Ledger accounts 16) UNC Business Process Administration 17) Evaluation of Internal Controls 18) NCAS Reconciliation The division interacts with the Office of State Controller and State Treasurer's Office in regards to cash management and maintenance of the University's NCAS file, and banks, credit card vendor/servicers and other external regulatory agencies.
Essential Job Duties: This position will be a direct report to the Director of Financial Reporting, and should be prepared to act as back up for the Director of Financial Reporting position. This position will have significant fiscal year end tasks associated with the preparation of the CAFR and related reports. Additionally, this position will perform special projects within the University Controller's Office, including but not limited to internal control projects, and may be asked to provide assistance in the areas of General Accounting, Payables, Travel, Asset Management, Banking, Cash Management, non-student Receivables and Billing when not working on Financial Reporting tasks. This position will have an extensive and in-depth understanding of financial reporting requirements, internal controls, accounting processes and the NC State financial system. Additionally, this position will require strong people skills and be able to influence stakeholders using his/her subject matter expertise to get the optimum result for NC State University. Additional Responsibilities include: -Preparing the financial section of the U.S. Department of Education's mandatory Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS) report. -Meeting with auditors to address specific questions or issues about the University's financial statements -Reviewing the financial reporting pronouncements from the Governmental Accounting Standards Board (GASB), the Office of the State Controller (OSC), and other professional organizations, and determining their impact on the University's financial reporting. - Assisting in the preparation of the quarterly interim financial statements to be used by the Vice Chancellor of Finance and Administration and the Board of Trustees.
Department Required Skills: - Several years of experience in Public Accounting, Auditing or Financial Reporting required.
Preferred Experience, Skills, Training/Education: - Graduate degree preferred. - At least five years experience in Public Accounting, Auditing or Financial Reporting preferred with some supervisory experience. - University financial reporting experience - It is also strongly preferred that applicants be a CPA or CPA eligible.
Necessary Licenses and Certifications: N/A
AA/EOE: NC State University is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, national origin, religion, sex, gender identity, age, sexual orientation, genetic information, status as an individual with a disability, or status as a protected veteran.
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