Jobs Posted on the Whova Community Board of Fall 2022 Virtual Focus Conference
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Audit Associate/Staff Auditor
Radford University Assists in planning audits and/or plans recurring audits. Applies knowledge of accounting, auditing, financial, and risk management while performing audit procedures set forth in audit programs. Obtains, analyzes, and appraises audit evidence. Prepares conclusions reached based on evidence obtained. Adequately documents all audit work performed to support conclusions. Identifies business issues and develops recommendations for University management. Demonstrates professional initiative in performing research and provides consulting services to University management on varied financial, operational, and compliance issues. Produces non-standardized work products as necessary. Responsible for performing cash counts and other verifications as needed. Assists with special projects, investigations, and other activities as assigned. Communicates and discusses recommendations on matters of significance with University management. Assists in the preparation of reports. As appropriate, follows up with management to determine that adequate corrective action has been implemented. Performs other duties as assigned, including administrative and indirect audit activities. Obtains annual continuing professional education credits sufficient to meet the U.S. Government Accountability Office requirements. Works independently on audits, investigations, and other projects as assigned. Regularly exercises professional discretion and judgment. Consults with supervisor at key points in the process in accordance with departmental procedures. Advises University personnel on various financial, operational, and compliance issues in accordance with departmental procedures. Designation of Audit Associate/Staff Auditor will be established based upon evaluation of relevant experience.
Information Technology Auditor
Radford University Plans and performs complex, technical, and non-standardized audits relating to information technology activities and systems. Applies advanced knowledge of information technology while designing and performing audit test procedures to accomplish audit objectives. Obtains, analyzes, and appraises audit evidence as a basis for conclusions, exercising professional discretion and judgment. Coordinates multiple projects, if necessary. Adequately documents all audit work performed to support conclusions. Identifies business issues and develops recommendations for University management. Communicates and discusses recommendations on matters of significance with University management. Manages projects with minimal guidance, keeping supervisor apprised of progress and/or expected problems. Drafts audit reports for review and approval by the University Auditor. Follows up with management to determine that adequate corrective action has been implemented. Takes professional initiative and independently performs research and/or advises on state, federal, and other applicable regulations, standards, and best practices related to information technology such as data security and system security, producing non-standardized work products as necessary. Provides guidance on achieving and maintaining compliance with such. Interacts frequently with senior management and others on issues. Stays abreast of changes in the IT industry, including emerging security risks. Measures and determines risks to the University in IT areas. Identifies potential projects. Determines general audit scope and resources required for IT audits and projects. Performs and/or assists with special projects and investigations. Plays key role as the department’s liaison with external auditors for IT matters. Performs other duties as assigned, including providing input and guidance on departmental IT matters. Obtains annual continuing professional education credits sufficient to meet the U.S. GAO...
Associate Vice President for Finance
Tidewater Community College Associate Vice President for Finance/College Controller
Student Services Coordinator
Southside Virginia Community College (While this is not fiscal services related, please spread the word to anyone you may know who might be interested.) This position serves as the primary SVCC contact at the Southern Virginia Education Center in Emporia, VA. Duties include ensuring daily operation of the Center and management of designated enrollment management and student services staff. The position maintains a direct working relationship with key internal and external stakeholders and provides direct, student-centered services in the areas of admissions, outreach, recruitment, enrollment, financial aid, and advising.
Student Services Coordinator
Southside. Virginia Community College (While this is not fiscal services related, please spread the word to anyone you may know who might be interested.) This position serves as the primary SVCC contact at the Southern Virginia Education Center in Emporia, VA. Duties include ensuring daily operation of the Center and management of designated enrollment management and student services staff. The position maintains a direct working relationship with key internal and external stakeholders and provides direct, student-centered services in the areas of admissions, outreach, recruitment, enrollment, financial aid, and advising.
CITE Recruitment and Retention Manager (Restricted)
Southside Virginia Community College SVCC is currently seeking applicants for the position of CITE Recruitment and Retention Manager (Restricted). The purpose of this position is to collect information from students to create data to be used in planning to increase the enrollment and retention of students in the Center for Information Technology Excellence (CITE) Program. Focus groups and other research methods will be employed to help those underrepresented in the information technology field succeed and attain certificates, degrees and industry recognized certifications.
Accounts Receivable Clerk II
Virginia Tech Provides professional customer service to students, families, sponsors and university departments in person, by telephone and by email concerning student and university accounts, including billing, scholarship, financial aid, outstanding and credit balances, payment and budget tuition plans. Requires knowledge of policies and procedures across operations of the Bursar’s Office and understanding of key student areas such as Financial Aid, Registration, Housing and Dining, Health Center and Veterans services. Ensures compliance with federal regulations related to privacy and confidentiality of student and other customer information. Responsible for the data entry of Accounts Receivable adjustment forms according to policy. Responsible to monitor delinquent students’ due and send past due emails. Must certify claims for the debt set-off program according to state and university policies. Responsible for answering incoming calls to the main Bursar line on a rotating basis. Must be able to consistently provide excellent customer service, which includes the ability to analyze and explain financial transactions posted to customers’ accounts in a clear and concise manner.
Payroll Operations Manager
Virginia Tech Virginia Tech is seeking an experienced accounting manager to join the University supporting payroll operations. Reporting to the Director of Payroll, this position requires a high level of analysis and critical thinking skills to ensure compliance with federal and state regulations. The manager supervises the payroll operations team to ensure the accurate, timely and efficient completion of semi-monthly payroll system processes. Other responsibilities include calculation and submission of federal and state payroll taxes; processing payroll, payroll adjustments, garnishments and levies for each cycle; researching and making payroll system recommendations to address new initiatives and programs; performing system upgrade testing; maintaining procedural documentation for payroll processes; and maintaining payroll calendars. The accounting manager assists the Director of Payroll with special projects and other payroll related research as needed.
Virginia Tech The Claims Analyst will operate with significant autonomy managing and adjusting claims on several lines of coverage, and serves as a critical component of Risk Management’s overall support of Virginia Tech’s academic, research, and community-based operations. The Claims Analyst will also manage funds to support self-insured losses and be responsible for all claims systems, data, and reporting. In the Office of Risk Management, we strive to embody VT’s motto of Ut Prosim, while encouraging professional development and engaging compassionately with our stakeholders across campus.
Business Operations Specialist
Virginia Tech The General Accounting Section of the Controller's Office supports the Banner Finance help line and provides training for new employees in the areas of Banner Finance navigation, general accounting query, and finance web reporting. The section also performs audits of departmental journal entry transfers and is responsible for Banner Finance daily batch updating, month end close, and year end close. Responsibilities for this position include the following: Reviewing HokieMart departmental access requests to ensure role requested is in alignment with employees assigned job responsibilities and provides segregation of duties exercising strong internal controls; Providing technical assistance and support to the campus community for HokieMart security and Banner Finance; Performing various daily, monthly, and quarterly reconciliations including the daily accounts payable and journal voucher review; Notifying and assisting Controller's Office management in resolving questionable reconciliation items; Performing daily Banner processing for the check run; Maintaining Banner attributes; Serving as backup for Banner Finance security issues and daily, monthly, and quarterly production control job submission.
Internal Controls Accountant
William and Mary The Internal Controls Accountant is responsible for assisting in the planning and performing of centralized testing of internal controls on a continuous basis in accordance with the state comptroller’s Agency Risk Management and Internal Controls (ARMICS) guidelines. Reporting to the Internal Controls Compliance Officer, this position helps provide the basis for determining that the University’s controls over its significant fiscal processes are designed appropriately and operating effectively.
Internal Control Coordinator
VCU Maintains a comprehensive and current understanding of the State Comptroller's Agency Risk Management and Internal Controls Standards (ARMICS). Develops a comprehensive plan to assess, evaluate, document, and report on the University's internal control structure to ensure adherence to ARMICS requirements. Maintains a central repository of working papers documenting the various reviews, corrective actions, and annual certifications. Maintains and documents a comprehensive understanding, analysis, and risk assessment of the University's internal control structure at both the agency level and within key fiscal processes of the University. Interacts and corresponds with various administrators and departments to develop and maintain documentation of the internal control structure to include key controls. Applies knowledge of accounting principles, auditing standards, and/or regulatory compliance to evaluate and assess risk at the agency level and within key fiscal processes. Monitors and, as appropriate, provides oversight of efforts to gain reasonable assurance related to the financial and data security controls of critical business operations outsourced to third-party providers. Tests effectiveness of key controls and documents results. Coordinates testing with the Office of Audit and Compliance Services to minimize duplication of effort. Assists departments in the documentation, review, assessment, and enhancement of key internal controls in the University's significant fiscal processes. Consults and advises departments on the development and implementation of internal controls as requested. Identifies control deficiencies and assists in the implementation of corrective action in the University's significant fiscal processes. Recommends corrective actions to address control deficiencies. Assists individual departments in the development and implementation of corrective action plans.