Train faculty and staff at all levels in the accounting policies and procedures
Responsible for College Grants, Budget, Financial Reporting, Purchasing, and Eagle Compliance:
Prepare State ACRF Package
Prepare Annual Financial Statements and Notes
Supervise the review of the Monthly budget reports for accounting errors
Requested Monthly Cash Certifications and managed cash balances in all accounts
Supervise the preparation of month end close out reports
Close out the Month in Colleague
Close out the Year in Colleague and set up new fiscal years
Prepare and supervise the preparation of Year End Journal Entries
Approve Journal Entries
Approve Budget Entries
Review Bank Reconciliations
Ensure that all P-card transactions are processed on a monthly basis
Maintain budget users in Colleague
Manage Self Service Banking
Responsible for the maintenance of the travel system
Manage Accounts Payable and Purchasing
Manage day-to-day accounting services
Manage College grants, accounting services, and budgets
Supervise the management of Foreign National Taxation
Responsible for the management of construction budgets
Provide financial and accounting services to the Durham Tech community
Provide training on all financial systems to the staff and faculty at Durham Tech as needed.
Serve as an active leader of the college by participating in the Leadership Council, Operations and Technology Committee, and other roles as assigned.
Participate in long-range and short-term planning for the operation of the college:
Serve in strategic planning, helping to ensure appropriate consideration of fiscal and related matters in those efforts
Assist the vice presidents, division heads, deans, and other leaders in the college to assure appropriate consideration of fiscal-related concerns in the development of program planning.
Work with the vice president, and others that they may assign, to develop division and/or departmental budgets
Help monitor compliance with the budget at all levels
Assist in the development and maintenance of the college budget
Other planning activities as assigned.
The Assistant Vice President/Finance position is accountable for the day-to-day accounting operations of the college, including the production of periodic financial reports, maintenance of an adequate system of accounting records and a comprehensive set of controls and budgets designed to mitigate risk, enhance the accuracy of the college's reported financial results, and ensure that reported results comply with generally accepted accounting principles.
Bachelor's degree in accounting, business administration, or related field.