Performs central accounting and financial analysis functions according to established procedures.
Process, review, monitor, and retain accounting transactions and reconciliations to ensure accuracy, completeness, timeliness, and conformance to governing regulation and policy including but not limited to the reconciliation of buildings, construction in progress, facilities and improvements, and infrastructure projects. Ensure proper documentation is maintained for all assigned funds/projects.
Assist in establishing funds in the university's financial system (Banner) and terminating fund/FOPs for all assigned funds in accordance with department policy and procedure.
Perform compliance reviews, edit checks, and other periodic fund maintenance analysis in accordance with department policy and procedures including, but not limited to, orphan transactions and negative fund balances.
Respond to campus inquiries, address accounting issues for plant and project funds, and monitor projects for substantial completion date for capitalization purposes. Perform updates of location tables in the fixed asset system.
Bachelor's degree and 1 year of experience OR combination of education and experience to equal 5 years.
Experience in higher education or governmental accounting (including Federal and State regulations and institutional policy), fund accounting, Banner, Cognos, and fixed assets.
Accounting or finance degree, CPA or CPA candidate.
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Texas Tech University Established in 1923, Texas Tech is a public, Carnegie R1 research-intensive university; the University enrolls over 37,000 students and offers more than 150 bachelors, 100 masters, and 60 doctoral degree programs across its main campus, its eLearning online courses, and its seven in-state regional teaching sites, and the Texas Tech Center and Llano River Field Station at Junction. Encompassing 10 academic colleges, a Graduate School, and a School of Law, Texas Tech University is the largest institution and the flagship of the Texas Tech University System whose endowment is over $1 billion. The System also operates a medical school, Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center, which is located adjacent to Texas Tech's general academic campus and offers many joint degree programs and opportunities for research partnerships. Texas Tech University is on track, as one of 10 Carnegie R1 institutions, to be designated an Hispanic Serving Institution in the fall of 2019, and is a member of Big 12 athletic conference with 17 teams in 11 varsity sports.