Central Washington University is accepting applications for an Athletics Financial Specialist.
Under general supervision, perform fiscal administrative functions for the Department of Athletics. Establish and maintain a comprehensive system for recording fiscal activity, coordinating purchasing functions and expenditure control, coordinating payroll/personnel recordkeeping functions, and maintain revenue account records. Exercise independent judgement in interpreting and applying rules and regulations to resolve problems; independently advise staff and administrators regarding applicable policy and procedures; select/recommend alternative courses of action. Incumbents use established procedures in recording, summarizing and reporting fiscal activity.
Job duties include but are not limited to:
Maintains complex purchasing records and resolves problems; reviews, approves, and allocates purchases to proper budget and category; ensures compliance with departmental, institutional, and/or agency policies, rules, and regulations.
Maintains and processes complex travel expense transactions; ensures compliance with state and institution regulations and procedures; allocates travel expenses to appropriate budgets.
Develop, maintain, and train on systems for recording budget transactions; review budget reports, verify accuracy and take corrective action if necessary; reconcile budget status reports and prepare expenditure projections; notify appropriate individual of any projected or actual over-or under-expenditures.
Maintain and modify fiscal record keeping systems, databases, and spreadsheets; review fiscal records; identify trends; assist in formulating corrective action. Uses complex computerized systems to extract, summarize, and evaluate fiscal data.
Prepares, audits, verifies and processes final documents such as vouchers, purchase requests, invoices, and receipts.
Other duties as assigned
APPLICATION PROCESS: For the full position description and to apply, go to: https://careers.cwu.edu (Search Job ID 1442)
Any offer of employment is contingent on the university’s verification of credentials and other information required by law and/or university policies, including but not limited to a criminal background check.
-Fiscal record keeping experience
-Experience with account or program fund reconciliations
-Training and/or experience demonstrating the ability to manage budgets and fiscal operations such as: accounts receivable, auditing, analysis, budgeting, payroll, travel and/or purchasing including
-Experience running data queries in FMS or other reporting applications such as PeopleSoft
-Bachelor’s degree in Accounting, Finance, or related field.
-Customer Service Experience
-Experience performing multiple tasks in a fast-paced environment.