Responsible for all aspects of payment processing, which requires the sound knowledge and application of cashiering principles and operations in a public university environment. Utilizing Office of the President (OP), University cash management guidelines, BUS – 49 Policy for Handling Cash and Cash Equivalents and banking cash handling standards record various combinations of registration fee payments and miscellaneous student payments to accounts that include cash, checks, money orders, travelers checks, and cashiers checks. Serve as a resource to academic and administrative departmental personnel involved in the registration process on ISIS payment matters. Interact diplomatically and apply listening, negotiation, and communication skills to a diverse population of students, University personnel, and the general public in order to provide a high level of customer service.
Establish and promote effective interpersonal relationships with supervisors and colleagues to maintain a cooperative team environment within the department. Review and monitor balance sheet, income, and expense account/fund/index information submitted with campus-wide departmental deposits for valid accounting information and payment instruments. Verify, record, and distribute revenue to departmental general ledger accounts via ISIS, which uploads information into the University financial system, (IFIS) weekly. Balance check and cash deposits to transaction totals on the Deposit Advice forms submitted by the departments for posting to the cashiering system. Through the ISIS system, analyze student accounts to determine current registration status, which includes evaluating various charges, payment data and application, enrollment information, hold conditions (financial and/or academic), status of the dean’s authorization, and de-assessment of fees, when applicable. Sort and batch checks for payment application and posting into ISIS.
~~Some overtime may be required
A background check is required.
- Knowledge of bank operations and various forms of payment instruments including foreign items.
- Skill in accurately balancing currency, coin, checks, and non-cash payments.
- Skill in using Windows, Microsoft Word and Excel software programs.
- Skill in the operation of microcomputers that run on a local area network.
- Skill in the operation of a 10-key calculator with speed and accuracy.
- Skill in performing basic mathematical calculations.
University of California - San Diego - 23 months ago