As a member of the Business Services management team, the Manager of Financial Reporting & Budget is responsible for providing leadership and oversight to the financial and accounting functions for the School of Hotel Administration (SHA). This position will work collaboratively with department managers, directors, faculty, staff and students to administer the financial transactions, reporting and analysis in accordance with SHA financial objectives, established university policy and ethical financial practices.
Responsible for timely and accurate recording, reporting and analysis of financial information for the School of Hotel Administration (SHA) in accordance with University accounting policy and Generally Accepted Accounting Principles. Production of monthly financial statements, monthly reconciliation of accounts and budget development. Expected to understand business and financial issues and obtain data to create reports and projections to inform management and overall supervision of the school's financial analysis and reporting function and relationship with the Financial Transaction Center for school related transactions.
Bachelors degree in accounting or business administration. Five years experience in financial planning, budgeting, reporting and analysis. Ability to independently plan and prioritize responsibilities to meet competing deadlines while working under pressure. Highly developed accounting, analytical, and reporting skills, which includes demonstrated experience utilizing spreadsheets, databases and complex data applications (Excel, KFS Dashboard reports, OBIEE, Brio, KPI, etc). Demonstrated proficiency with other Microsoft applications such as Outlook and Word as well as accounting systems. Superior customer service and communication skills, including the ability to communicate clearly, confidently and concisely both in written and verbal formats to a wide variety of constituents.
Ability to work effectively within a team. Demonstrated commitment to professional development for self and employees supervised.
Knowledge of fund and gift accounting rules and regulations. Prior supervisory experience.
Successful completion of Cornell University's Accounting Certificate Program, Kuali Financial System , KFS Budget Construction training, Longview Budget Management Tool (BMT), Hal Craft Leadership Development Program, New Supervisor Certificate Program and Supervisor Development Certificate Program.
Background check may be required. No relocation assistance is provided for this position.
Visa sponsorship is not available for this positions
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