FUNDAMENTAL OBJECTIVE OF THIS POSITION:
Supervise account and budgeting functions with primary responsibility for taxes, preparation of financial statements, student accounts and accounts payable.
- Assist the Asst VP for Finance, Planning and Budget with cash management, monitoring cash balances against projected spending for A/P, payroll, investment needs, etc. against inflows from billing, pledges and investment flows
- Supervise preparation of monthly, quarterly and year-end financial statements
- Assist in ad hoc reporting (fiscal agent, prep of certain board reports, departmental requests, other management reporting)
- Review ARAMARK performance vs. contract and budget
- Coordinate preparation of materials for annual financial statement audit
- Daily management of purchasing card program
- Preparation of Form 990 and other tax filings as needed
- Supervise Accounts Payable
- Daily Budget Management (line item review, override review, p-card balance review, department meetings)
- Review the three music royalty contracts and supply the necessary data
- Oversee the operations of the Student Accounts and cashier functions
The above statements reflect the general duties and responsibilities necessary to describe the major functions of the position and should not be considered a complete description of the essential functions of the position. It is not intended to be all inclusive and the employee will perform other reasonable related duties as assigned by the immediate supervisor.
SKILLS/REQUIREMENTS FOR THIS POSITION:
- Bachelor’s degree in Accounting, CPA preferred
- Good to extensive knowledge of Excel spreadsheets
- Familiarity with reporting using a relational database
- Experience/familiarity with fun accounting or similar accounting
- Supervisory Experience
- Good interpersonal and communication skills
To apply send cover letter, resume and three professional references to firstname.lastname@example.org or fax to (740) 826-6131. An equal opportunity employer, Muskingum University strongly encourages applications from women and minorities, including members of populations traditionally underserved by higher education.