The Myers-Lawson School of Construction seeks a wage Fiscal Technician to provide the school with basic fiscal and administrative support. Areas of responsibility include: 1) processing reimbursements, goods, and services orders, 2) purchasing, 3) organizing and maintaining financial documentation, 4) researching issues with vendors/controller's office, 5) processing monthly reconciliations and transfers, 6) processing travel approvals and assisting faculty with travel accommodations, 7) assisting with tracking faculty start-up spending and budget allocations, 8) issuing visitor parking passes, and 9) manage building keys and key assignments. This position must enforce all College of Engineering as well as the University policies and procedures.
Postsecondary education in office technology, accounting, or equivalent combination of education, certifications, training, and experience. Previous experience in a bookkeeping, accounting, or fiscal position. Proficiency with current office computer software such as Excel, Word, and Outlook/Google.
Experience with University fiscal and administrative procedures. Working knowledge and experience with HokieMart, ChromeRiver, and the University's CashNet System. Good interpersonal, communication, and organizational skills and ability to maintain confidentiality. Ability to use independent judgment and decision-making and work autonomously within a team environment.
$20-$24/hour, commensurate with experience
The successful candidate will be required to have a criminal conviction check.
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