Under administration direction, this position has primary responsibility for the direction of the Accounts Payable and Travel functions within the Office of the Comptroller. The position is responsible for the comprehensive management and coordination of functions, relating to the Accounts Payable, Internal Billing and Travel reimbursements. The position is responsible for developing and recommending solutions to new and complex accounting problems applicable to the State and University accounting systems, assuring compliance with same, developing and implementing automated financial support systems, and providing technical analysis and advice regarding the School's use of financial resources.
The purpose of this position is to also perform various accounting, cost accounting functions and to provide related fiscal support to the Office of the Comptroller requiring a thorough knowledge of university regulations.
37.5 hour work week
Health, vision, dental and life insurance offered on Day 1 of employment
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1) Bachelor's degree with a major in accountancy or (equivalent course work); AND
2) 3 years of of accounting experience in an administrative or supervisory capacity; AND
3) 2 additional years of experience in professional level accounting work comparable to an Accountant III (next lower level of this series)
NOTE: An advanced degree in accountancy or registration as a Certified Public Accountant may be substituted for one year of professional experience.
Condition of Employment: Pursuant to the State Universities Civil Service System, an out-of-state resident who is hired into this position must establish Illinois residency within 180 calendar days of their start date.
Internal Number: S2105637
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