Accounting Manager 4

Description The Accounting Manger would oversee that all financial transactions are recorded correctly for the College of Medicine, including all student and non-student payments and payments to vendors, and accounts receivable/payable. Ensures that all transactions being charged internally and externally to the College of Medicine are accurate and reconciled on a regular basis, allowing for ease of reporting. Responsible for all fixed asset transactions and monthly depreciation of all College of Medicine assets. Additionally responsible for the internal controls and oversight of all accounting transactions including the facilities and administration rates, gift and endowment accounting, annual external financialaudit, and general ledger maintenance. Typically demonstrates advanced skills in budget management, business development, communications, and leadership and execution of objectives critical to unit's success; provide detailed plans for changes to specific policies and procedures that may result from trends and changes in overall direction of functional and/or organizational responsibilities; monitor completed work of others to ensure soundness of approach, effectiveness in meeting requirements, the feasibility of recommendations and adherences to requirements; evaluate and enhance practices that promote a strong commitment to inclusionary practices which supportdiversity, safety, and environmental consciousness throughout the University; demonstrate diplomacy in persuading and influencing a variety of people to achieve results; resolve complex, controversial or unprecedented issues and problems, and demonstrate sound judgment by considering values, risks, impact and implications of actions throughout organization; set clear expectations and hold management team accountable for effectively coaching, mentoring and motivating their respective staffs; develop, evaluate, enhance, and/or implement quality improvement practices, processes, procedures, or policies that have an impact on University operations. Typically requires a Bachelor's degree or higher plus eight years of related experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience. 84244
Salary Range: NA
Minimum Qualification
8 - 10 years

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