As a member of the College of Engineering, Cornell Tech and the Faculty of Computing and Information Science Financial Transaction Center (FTC), the Accounts Representative III will:
Provide outstanding financial transaction services to faculty, staff and students.
Act as the primary contact to answer questions or resolve issues regarding financial transactions or financial policies.
Complete all transaction activities involving purchasing, travel and non travel reimbursement processing, accounts payable, procurement card and e-shop purchases and capital asset processing.
Ensure compliance standards, as designated by University, CoE, Cornell Tech and CIS, are met and transactions are processed according to University policies and procedures.
Act as an interface between central University offices and College units.
Work within a team environment to achieve FTC goals. Provide Administrative support as needed.
Formal training beyond HS diploma of 6 months to one year.
1-2 years in an office setting. Experience with Cornell policies and procedures in the areas of purchasing, accounting, and accounts payable preferred.
Experience with computer applications - MS Excel, MS Word, MS Access; FileMaker, etc. preferred.
Must have excellent customer service skills and demonstrated ability to communicate with a broad range of people and be a team player.
Attention to detail and organizational skills are critical.
Able to work quickly and effectively under pressure. Able to multitask and work with interruptions.
Use judgment in accomplishing tasks that are urgent or of a sensitive or confidential nature; balance conflicting priorities, and make decisions from a range of choices while adhering to proper policies and procedures.
Must be comfortable working in an environment where change in process/procedures is the norm.
Ability to work well with others, creating a high-quality and respectful work environment.
Associates degree (or equivalent experience).
Knowledge of Cornell on-line systems: Kuali Financial System, Travel System, e-SHOP, e-mail and calendaring system.
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Visa sponsorship is not available for this position.
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Accounts Rep III
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