This position will independently administer accounting and finance functions for all OIT departmental billing, i.e., Communication (Network/Telephony), Hardware Services using Calero/Pinnacle Systems. In addition, she/he will be responsible forÂ all vendor reimbursements/invoice processing for Telecommunication and distributed software.Â Will manage all the OIT expense charge-back processes for communications, media services, CCV services, Hardware Services, Mail Services.Â She/he will be responsible for maintaining the Calero/Pinnacle System, including managing all system upgrade projects. This position will also create Calero/Pinnacle reports for the department and will provide analysis of Telecommunications and distributed software financials.
Bachelor's Degree preferred
3 - 5 years of experience with administrative business functions
Experience with Calero/Pinnacle System preferred
Direct accounting, billing and revenue process management experience preferred
Proficiency with basic desktop operating systems and computer hardware
Experience with Workday System preferred
Proficiency with Google Workspace, MS Word, Excel
Filemaker pro, FTP, Deskpro preferred.
Strong analytical and problem solving skills with the ability to work with a large and varied quantity of data
Excellent written and oral communication skills required
Superior organizational skills required
Flexibility and the ability to handle several tasks simultaneously; often under deadline pressure Â required
Possesses a willingness and ability to support a diverse and inclusive environment
Successful completion of a criminal background check and
education verification is required.
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Office of Information Technology
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