COLLEGE BURSAR ASSISTANT I
Kennedy-King College is seeking a College Bursar Assistant I. This
position is responsible for receiving and processing tuition
payments at the cash terminal and assist with student inquiries
regarding their accounts.
Business Office at Kennedy-King College provides a wide variety of
services. The Business Office assists students with financial
transactions, third party tuition assistance and other academic
services. Also, the Business Office provides support in other areas
such as contract compliance, procurement matters, conference
travel, and grants management. The Business Office at Kennedy-King
College provides a wide variety of services, i.e., assists students
with financial transactions, third party tuition assistance and
other academic services in addition to providing support in other
areas such as contract compliance, procurement matters, conference
travel, and grants management.
- Receives, verifies, and processes cash deposits, tuition
payments, and payments of other bills. Prepares the daily bank
deposits for armor pick-up.
- Prepares daily cash reports and log sheets for accounts
- Reviews, verifies, and processes vouchers, accepts, and
disburses funds in accordance with procedural guidelines.
- Matches invoices to purchase orders and requests updates as
needed. Reviews vendor accounts.
- Prepares expense report as needed on vendor budgets and
research outstanding accounts. Contacts vendors for outstanding
invoices, order updates and other inquiries.
- Processes registration transactions and assists in student
- Processes third party transactions.
- Balances daily cash transactions and cashes petty cash
- Assists students with inquiries regarding their accounts.
Reviews system to assess. Match exceptions and problem
- Assists with data for preparing reports.
- Assists in student registration activities.
- Performs related duties as required.
1708 Union represents this position.
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- Associates Degree is required; supplemented by 2 years of cash
handling and accurate record of cash balancing; or an equivalent
combination of training or experience.
- Good knowledge of basic accounting principles and
- Good knowledge of accounting and auditing terminology.
- Some knowledge of accounting software a plus.
- Ability to prepare and maintain accounting records.
- Ability to write simple financial statements and reports.
- Ability to supervise work of student assistants.
- Good organizational skills.
- Good verbal and written communication skills.
- Basic computer skills required.