|Date Posted||July 20, 2021|
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS REQUIRED:
High School Diploma or GED certificate.
Bachelor's Degree in Accounting, Finance, Business or Public Administration or a related field.
1 Year of experience in accounting, auditing, budgeting or closely related financial activity or equivalent combination of education and experience.
Experience using spreadsheets and databases is desired.
Valid Driver's License (subject to motor vehicle review).
JOB RESPONSIBILITIES AND PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVES:
Records financial transactions for department or division, and reconciles assigned accounts on a daily and/or monthly basis; oversees the coding and input of data into SAP.
Assist in the coding and input of data for reimbursable projects in progress and contributed capital funds and expense for construction on computerized financial system (SAP) through posting of journal entries and reconciling to the general ledger.
Reviews invoices from suppliers for conformance to purchase orders as to price, quantity, discounts and similar information, refers unusual cases to supervisor.
Recommends inventory control procedures affecting warehouse operations, and assists in on-site physical inventories.
Verifies control totals, reviews format of printout and distributes information to proper departments.
Maintains both general and special ledgers of expenditures, audits and verifies account adjustments.
Examines claims, checking for proper authorization and compliance with NTUA policies and procedures.
Enters data and information into SAP to produce reports, work papers spreadsheets, and to collect, calculate and reconcile information, balances assigned accounts both daily and monthly.
Prepares various schedules, summaries and analyses to provide concise comprehensive reports and various printouts to inform management of current NTUA financial activity.
Completes special financial reports and performs various monthly financial closing activities, addresses and corrects discrepancies.
Develops implements, modifies and documents record keeping and accounting systems utilizing financial data systems software by recording transactions and inputting data, journal entries and other adjustments into computerized SAP system.
Participates in the annual financial statements by preparing review schedules, trial balances, statements adjusting/closing and General Accepted Accounting Principles entries.
Establishes and prepares audit schedules, maintains work papers, schedules and reports and provides documentation and reports to independent auditors.
Surveys operational procedures to ascertain customer accounting needs to recommend, develop, and maintain solutions to problems, handles customer inquiries and problems related to accounts; complies and compares information and performs calculations, participates in development, implementation, and monitoring of goals and planning objectives.
Performs other duties as assigned.
Navajo Veteran Preference
This institution is an equal opportunity provider and employer.