Assistant Director-Student Activities Business Office

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Position Information

Position Title Assistant Director-Student Activities Business Office Requisition Number STFR005161 Division/College Student Affairs Interdisciplinary Division/College Location Boston Main Campus Full-time/Part-time Full Time Grade 10 Posting Date 12/21/2018 Responsibilities

Support the Director in providing day to day financial, accounting, and budgeting services to over 500 accounts for student organizations and units within the Student Center. Responsibilities include, but not limited to: Student Activities Business Office (SABO) customer service; provide financial, accounting, and budgeting services for Resident Student Association (RSA), National Resident Hall Honorary (NRHH), Resident Halls, Hall Council, and Student Government Association (SGA) Finance Board; monthly procard analysis and reconciliation for Resident Directors; audit RSA as deemed necessary; Chair of the Resident Activity Fee (RAF) Review Committee – annually updating the RAF Manual; conduct workshops for RSA and Resident Halls on RAF policies and procedures; financial and programming seminars for the office of residential life and services to help clarify RAF process: Monthly reconciliation of RSA and Resident Hall indexes; eRezlife Administrator;

Advisor to the SGA Finance Board; attend weekly SGA Finance Board meetings and report outcome of the meetings; other projects as assigned.

Qualifications

A Bachelor’s degree in business administration with a concentration in accounting and/or finance plus two to three years of financial/accounting experience. Working knowledge of general ledger and automated accounting applications using Banner, spreadsheets (i.e. EXCEL, Quick Books, and e-RezLife) and data processing (i.e. Word) required. Experience with audit processes would be a plus.

Normal work hours are Monday – Thursday 11:00 AM to 7:00 PM; Friday 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM

Must have ability to prioritize, meet deadlines and produce professional reports. Self motivated and enjoy a diversity of tasks and collaborative efforts. Excellent interpersonal, advisory and analytical skills. Attention to detail and accuracy of finished work is critical. Capacity to work in a high traffic and pressure environment. Ability to work with a large and diverse student/staff population.

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