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Another Source’s client, Oregon State University, is recruiting an Accountant University Cash Operations to join their Treasury team. This is a great opportunity to play a key role in advancing Oregon State University’s financial stability and mission.
Here’s a little about the Treasury Office at the Oregon State University Treasury Office and the Accountant University Cash Operations positionthey are recruiting for:
In support of the university's mission, the Treasury Office is responsible for promoting proper stewardship of university resources through operations of the Internal Bank, liquidity and cash management, debt management including capital market financing, banking relationships, and oversight of investment management.
Treasury Operations is the central cashier site for receipt of funds received by OSU from external sources, students, federal agencies including funds for gifts, grants, contracts and for services provided by OSU departments. Receipts are received a variety of ways such as, students paying in person and funds received electronically via electronic funds transfer (EFT) including credit card payments. Treasury operations staff are responsible for proper recording and reconciling all receipts and processing and distribution of refunds to students with credit balances or excess financial aid as well as the safekeeping and distribution of alternative loan checks on behalf of the Financial Aid Department, and transaction posting.
Treasury | Finance and Administration | Oregon State University
Anticipated salary range: $44,892 - $68,508
Benefits | Office of University Human Resources | Oregon State University
How your time will likely be spent:
60% Accounting and Reconciliations
20% Reporting and Analysis
20% Operations Responsibilities
Coordinating cash services for campus, vault services (cash boxes and balance drawers), and change orders.
Reconciliation of the vault and all cash transactions that affect the vault balance.
Uses generally accepted accounting principles to administer and process accounting transactions.
Transaction posting such as: non-sufficient fund returns, fee redistribution, OSRAA payment FUPLOAD, and echeck returns.
Invoice coding and submission for AP processing.
Validate departmental deposits revenue posting accounts and expense reimbursement/repayment.
Maintain return check log and timely communicate to appropriate stakeholders.
Provide check printing service support. Reconcile check registers to the general ledger.
Manage and support stakeholder requests related to Treasury functions including financial systems, transactions, and banking by providing exceptional customer service and promoting goodwill for Oregon State University.
Actively works to support and advance social justice and Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion objectives.
What we would like to see from you:
Bachelor's degree with 30 quarter (20 semester) hours of college-level accounting courses ; OR 30 quarter (20 semester) hours of accounting courses and three years of experience OR Bachelor's degree with a CPA or PA certificate.
Accounting experience must include at least 3 of the following:
Preparing transactions to be recorded in records of original entry
Preparing journal entries, posting from journals to general ledger, or preparing original general ledger entries
Summarizing data from a ledger to a trial balance
Closing accounts at the end of an accounting period
Applying PC spreadsheet, database, and word processing software
Processing data using a computer
OSU commits to inclusive excellence by advancing equity and diversity in all that we do. We are an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity employer, and particularly encourage applications from members of historically underrepresented racial/ethnic groups, women, individuals with disabilities, veterans, LGBTQ community members, and others who demonstrate the ability to help us achieve our vision of a diverse and inclusive community.
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