Finance Administration Coordinator
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The Division of Finance is responsible for an array of centralized financial functions of the University. Our various departments are responsible for administrative services that support financial accounting and disbursement activities, research administration, external and internal investments, cash and debt management, risk management and student registration and financial aid. http://www.finance.upenn.edu/default.asp
Provide administrative financial support for the department of Operations and Cash Management in the Office of Research Services. . This position is responsible for researching, identifying and applying the cash receipts to the appropriate award/invoice in the University s billing and receivable system.
This includes extensive interaction with the staff of the University of Pennsylvania and sponsors regarding the identification of payments.
Additional duties include reviewing exception reports and taking action to resolve issues, depositing checks, scanning and indexing payment and post award documents into the document imaging system.
Participates on additional receivable and data integrity projects as assigned.
A High School Diploma or GED and 5 years to 7 years of administrative sponsored program experience or equivalent combination of education and experience is required.
Ideal candidate will be well organized, detail oriented and have a working knowledge of Microsoft Office and BEN Financials.
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