BUSINESS ADMINISTRATOR B
Duties: Reporting to the General Manager, the Business Administrator is responsible for the coordination of ongoing business office functions and general bookkeeping, including the management of the Center's full-time, part-time, and union payrolls (ca. 200 temporary workers); maintaining key aspects of Annenberg Center's financial systems (e.g., the processing of all purchase orders, pro-card expenses, accounts payable and petty cash, as well as the depositing and recording of payments due and received); knowledge of IRS regulations to acquire payments for the Center's many contracted performing artists; administration of staff travel reimbursements; coordinate the federal work-study program; maintenance of office supply inventories and equipment; processing rental invoices, journal funds to and from University department and student accounts; final show settlements; ad-hoc reporting; manage data and accounts necessary for monthly and year-end reporting.
Qualifications: Bachelor's degree in Accounting or Business preferred plus two to three years of experience or equivalent combination of education and experience. Must have previous experience in business office operations; solid computer skills; knowledge & training in University payroll and financial systems preferred; must be highly organized, analytical and detailed oriented with the ability to create ad-hoc reports and successfully manage multiple projects. Must possess excellent written and oral communication skills; ability to work independently, problem solve and take initiative.
Reference Number: 19-29097
Salary Grade: 026
Employment Type: Exempt
Org: Annenberg Center for Performing Arts
Job Family: D-Financial