Effectively plans, organizes and directs the activities and projects of assigned general accounting functions in the cash management area, such as, banking services, cash and revenue projections, investments, cash flow analysis, etc. Performs daily needs assessments, conducts cash flow analyses and cash and revenue projections, oversees and performs control audits of cash, revenue, expenses, petty cash funds, change funds, and fare media inventory at a variety of locations during different shifts and times. Oversees the preparation of the university’s annual operating budget and allocates resources. Directs the preparation of the Legislative Appropriation Request and other various state reports. Supervises assigned staff, including assisting in the selection of employees, providing for their training/professional development, and being responsible for staff morale, productivity, discipline, complaint and grievance handling. Establishes performance standards/methods for assigned Treasury and Budget functions. Prepares and/or oversees the preparation of various highly complex treasury-related and budget-related reports, correspondence, presentations and related documents. Researches and interprets Federal and State laws, THECB regulations, TSU policies and procedures as they relate to the operations. Works closely with all other sections, divisions and departments to ensure the delivery of efficient and effective services and builds and maintains positive working relationships with fellow managers, other university employees and the public. Oversees and performs investment activities within federal, state, and university policy while providing for the University’s daily cash requirements. Administers assigned Treasury functions in conformance with university policies and practices, and, applicable state and federal laws and regulations. Develops findings, alternatives and recommendations for higher level management. Responds to inquiries on Treasury-related and budget-related issues from other departments, agencies, employees or the public. Examines support documents or records to establish proper authorization and processing of agreements, contracts and grants. Monitors, reviews and ensures adherence to department audit and control procedures. Supervises the development and/or use of computerized treasury systems and automated processing of treasury documents. Oversees the analysis of daily fare-box collections reported against actual bank deposits. Manages the preparation, initiation and approval of daily fund transfers. Supervises the pulling of daily bank reports and wire transfer input on computer system. Performs other job related duties as required.
Bachelor’s degree from an accredited four year college or university with major course work in business administration, Finance/Accounting, or a related field.
Licensing/Certification - CTP, CPA, CFA or similar certifications or securities licensing preferred.
Experience - Seven years of increasingly responsible professional experience in one or more of the following disciplines: accounting, finance, budgeting, payroll, or treasury, including at least five years of cash management and/or investment experience and three years of lead or supervisory responsibility.
Internal Number: TSU201963
About Texas Southern University
Texas Southern University, a comprehensive metropolitan university with nearly 10,000 students and over 1200 faculty and staff. Texas Southern University is one of the nation’s largest historically black universities, located in the heart of Houston, the fourth largest city in the United States.
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