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Treasury Operations Analyst
The Treasury Operations Analyst will support the Director of Treasury Operations and the Finance unit with functions including: monitoring and reporting of treasury information for financial management and forecasting. The Treasury Operations Analyst will also support compliance of University policy, external reporting, and contractual obligations.
Review cash flow and investment positions on a daily basis and report on current and forecasted liquidity position. Identify issues or required actions for solid cash and liquidity management.
Prepare monthly and yearly cash flow analyses to include comparisons of revenue sources of cash and expense outflows and discussion on expected and unusual activity. Prepare a formal report for management review.
Conduct variance analyses to outline potential savings/areas of improvement
Communicate with other University divisions (including Budgeting, Accounting, Advancement, Facilities, Operations) and stakeholders to collect and share financial data for timely business decisions and accounting on matters related to cash, investment, endowment and debt and operational units regarding processing of cash receipts and disbursements. Prepare necessary analyses to support discussion.
Prepare audit schedules, supporting documents, and disclosures in support of annual financial statement audit.
Assist in preparation of surveys, reports, presentations and analyses to third parties regarding University cash, investment, endowment, and lending activities.
Facilitate compliance with treasury policies and debt/credit facility covenants
Support Director by serving as liaison for all banking, investment management, custodial, outsourced investment services, financial advisories and credit agencies relationships. Aid in managing the relationship with these organizations.
Support the Director in the facilitation, maintenance, custody, processing, and access of all University funds including but not limited to debt/credit facilities, merchant servicing, payment gateways, payment processor, and blockchains. Review activity including third party investment activity. Monitor all accounts for issue in cash flows (fraud, returns, and resolve identified and reported issues timely.
Various clerical duties as needed: entering information to computer systems, filing reports and forms, etc.
Bachelor’s Degree a minimum of five (5) years of relevant working experience; College or university experience is desirable, but will consider other relevant experience such as government, not-for-profit, financial institution, or accounting firm
At least one full PeopleSoft Financials Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC) implementation as a functional/business analyst; two or more are highly desirable.
Experience in a functional/business analyst role with PeopleSoft Financials version 9 or higher.
Extensive experience developing and enhancing user reports using nVision and PS/Query.
Experience in requirement gathering, fit/gap analysis, documenting design, test planning and execution, training strategy, and overall functional implementation planning.
Financial systems experience in Higher Education.