University of Rochester - Part-time Job Posting

Jul 28, 2015

Treasury Information Analyst Job ID 189903 Location Central Administration Full/Part Time Part-Time Add to My Favorite Jobs Favorite Job Regular/Temporary Regular Opening Part Time 30 hours Grade 051 Ofc Sr Vice President & CFO Schedule 8AM-3PM Responsibilities General Purpose: Under general direction and with latitude for the exercise of independent judgment and initiative, the Treasury Information Analyst provides review and analysis of financial information for the Treasury Department. The Treasury Information Analyst provides support to the Treasury Analyst and Assistant Treasurer after gathering information, analyzing and interpreting data and disseminating the information. The Treasury Information Analyst is responsible for managing the processes of the Treasury department, preparing reports and recommendations based upon analysis of information gathered, ensuring compliance with the University’s controls and procedures. The Treasury Information Analyst builds relationships in an attempt to provide excellent customer service and support for cash management services, including, but not limited to: transaction processing on internet banking sites and proprietary software programs and platforms, information coding and processing, maintaining internal and external merchant agreements, management of the University’s payment card processing solution, management of banking information files including signature cards, service provider contracts, account analysis statements, bank statements and other related information to be used for analysis, and other responsibilities, as assigned. The Treasury Information Analyst is expected to play a role in process improvement by discussing process improvements, opportunities for efficiency and other issues, as needed. May supervise clerical staff or student employees who may assist in field work. Develops and provides training and orientation to staff. Specific Responsibilities Responsible for the management of banking and the related reporting functions. Demonstrates working knowledge of fundamental accounting theory and thorough knowledge of software applications for the purpose of data analysis. Mastery of proprietary software to record/”book” financial transactions to Workday ledgers, extracting data from Workday and preparing journal entries to allocate funds. Part of this process will be reconciliation of the internal Treasury account and researching and correcting discrepancies. Incumbent will also be responsible for analysis and reconciliation of information from multiple bank sites (American Express, Bank of America, Bank of New York Mellon, Citibank, HSBC Bank , JP Morgan, Northern Trust, US Bank, payment card processor etc.) each month to download statements from each and use to perform Treasury Metrics workbook calculations and updates. Conducts specialized financial analysis and research on subjects, such as rate of return, working capital, financial and expense performance comparison and cash administration. Daily compilation of the Cash Management Report from multiple bank and internal sources and calculations, using data from the last two years. Analyzes and interprets data, statistics and financial information and identifies significant differences in relationships among sources of information. Analyzes banking transactions and assigns appropriate coding to thousands of lines of bank transactions. Analyzes coded transaction lines for errors and discrepancies and uses this information to update Cash Actuals workbooks, testing for reasonableness so that these analyses may be further used in cash forecasting. Update of variable rate demand note interest rates for 2003 & 2006 debt, maintaining ongoing data in swap reconciliation workbooks and other data collection and dissemination, as needed. Comprehensive management of 385 dial-up, 50 virtual and 5 POS payment card processing payment card types/locations. Manages and maintains UR’s entire payment card processing solution. Handles changes due to upcoming EMV technology, compliance and the University’s current Request for Payment (RFP) process. Management of entire order/setup process of new and existing merchant locations, terminals, and virtual gateways. Assists with ongoing merchant needs and merchant compliance with University and industry vendor compliance requirements. Becomes point person for credit card processing management. Thorough understanding of the credit card product, functionality of multiple machine types, actively managing a relationship with our vendors to troubleshoot variety of issues. Assists with ordering supplies and resolution of merchant issues and resolution of chargebacks. Communicates credit card policies and solutions, as needed. Responsible for downloading statements and account analyses from multiple sources, including internet banking sites, vendor platforms and via email from banks and general accounting department. Prepares Requests for Payment related to debt repayment, banking fees, payment card processing fees, etc. for Assistant Treasurer upon request. Uploads daily banking files into proprietary systems. Assists in the responsibility for uploading daily banking information to Treasury SharePoint for use across University. Assist with preparation and review of policies relating to Treasury and financial risk management. Performs other Treasury related special projects involving research and planning, as needed. Performance Standard Performance is measured on the timely and accurate completion of the responsibilities listed. Ability to work independently and communicate with University personnel, related entities personnel, and with financial service providers. Individual must be a self-starter and have excellent problem-solving skills. Qualifications Bachelor’s degree with major course work in social or technical field; or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Prefer 2 years of related experience, good oral and written communication skills. Banking or finance background desirable. Requires strong PC background using Microsoft applications, specifically Excel and Access. Ability to maintain quality and efficiency within a fast-paced environment and within tight deadlines. Ability to work independently as well as in a team structured environment. How To Apply All applicants must apply online. EOE Minorities/Females/Protected Veterans/Disabled