Pay Grade 40.The expected annual compensation for thisposition will be $45,000 - $49,000 and will be commensurate with experience.
This positionserves in a lead support role to the Office of Budget and Finance.The Financial Analyst will specialize in thepreparation of campus salary budgets, salary reconciliations and adjustments,operating budgets, revenue and expense projections, year-end close reports, andother specialized financial reports and analyses; provides direction andcounsel to campus personnel to assist them in understanding financial reportsand data, in controlling their costs and budgets, and in fulfilling budgetaryrequirements while ensuring compliance within fiscal policies; assists inreconciling budgeted and actual revenues and expenditures for the university;provides support in development, implementation, and management of operationalbudgets; and performs miscellaneous job-related duties as assigned. Throughthis work, the Financial Analyst will assist in aligning resources in supportof the mission and vision of the Budget and Finance Office.This Financial Analyst role will also serveas a financial support expert for the division of Academic Affairs.Responsibilities include:
Serve as main contact for the campussalary budget and prepare all needed reconciliation adjustments required byuniversity budget policy while adhering to the appropriate timelines.
Prepare a variety of routine andstandardized financial reporting, specifically pertaining to Academic Affairs,on a timely basis as requested and/or monthly, quarterly, semi-annually, orannually.Reporting will include, butnot limited to, an array of breakdowns and analysis of revenues, expenses,budgeted and actual amounts, and variances to include E&G funds, auxiliaryfunds, restricted funds, F&A funds, renewal and replacement funds,specialized fees and various other financial indicators.
Lead preparer in data collections andentry of the mandatory WUTC Audit. This is a 3-month project which consists ofpreparing financial statements, communicating and actively working with anindependent audit firm before submitting to the Corporation for PublicBroadcasting.
Review journal vouchers, transfervouchers and budget revisions as needed. Assist central administration anddepartments with various accounts, including creation of new accounts, deletingold accounts and fund center maintenance.
Reconcile fund balance account forreceivables within Financial Aid funds, Parking, Computer Loans and otherpayroll deductions.
Answer a large amount of incomingrequests or queries to the Office of Budget and Finance; requiring advising andaccurately communicating solutions regarding university fiscal policy.
Serve in a capacity to assist in regularimpromptu projects uniquely requiring both financial expertiseand forecasting abilities.
Internal Number: 164086
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