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Process procurement & disbursements for internal and external customers by processing purchase orders, wires, invoices, travel and non-travel reimbursements and journals using BEN Financials, Concur, PME, PDA, corporate credit cards and all other related systems
Assist senior level business staff with junior level accounting responsibilities including budget preparation and input, account analysis and reconciliation, responsibility and oversight for endowment and gift funds, creation of journal entries and assistance with monthly financial audits and special projects.
Provide end user support for grants managers and centers and perform ad hoc duties as assigned.
A Bachelor’s degree and 2-3 years of experience or equivalent combination of education and experience is required. Two years of working with receivables or in related area. Excellent communication, organizational skills required. Must have strong attention to detail and working knowledge of Microsoft Office software, Oracle Financial and Business Objects a plus.
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