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The Budget Manager for the Departments of Religion and Culture and Science and Technology in Society, oversees and manages the financial affairs of both departments and reports directly to both departmental Chairs. Specific responsibilities include forecasting, planning, and managing department and sponsored research budgets, preparing all financial reports, and is responsible for all aspects of purchasing and reconciling.
- Bookkeeping/Accounting experience, and knowledge of policy and procedures related to financial matters. - Demonstrated knowledge of budget management such as preparation, monitoring, evaluation, and reporting. - Significant experience managing a large volume of varied fiscal management tasks such as financial reconciliations. - Experience with current office software such as MS Excel, and Word. - Ability to work independently with little supervision, maintain strict confidentiality, and produce work with a high degree of accuracy in a deadline-oriented environment and within policy and budgetary limits.
- Experience working with large relational databases such as Banner. - Knowledge of university policies and procedures related to travel, payroll processing, and purchasing. - Experience utilizing Macintosh and Windows operating systems.
Employee Category: Staff (Salary)
Appointment Type: Regular
Percent Employment: Full-time
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