Under the direction of the Associate Director of Treasury
Operations, the Sr. Treasury Analyst is responsible for the
monitoring and recording of cash transactions, keeping daily
records of cash transactions, and
processing EFT transactions. The analyst must keep
accurate and detailed financial records of
all EFT transactions.
This role currently supports 6 University locations; including the
Lake Shore Campus, the Water Tower Campus, the Retreat and Ecology
Campus, the Health Sciences Campus, the Rome Center, and the Cuneo
Mansion and Gardens. In addition to working with various internal
customers and external service providers, role also requires
regular communication with Bursar’s Office, Accounts Payable,
Payroll and General Accounting.
Areas of Responsibility:
- Prepare the LUC daily cash position; collection and
summarization of all daily cash collection and disbursement
information for daily cash forecast.
- Daily reconciliation of cash management bank accounts,
integrating necessary information into internal spreadsheets, and
disseminating information to appropriate departments.
- Enter daily Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT) requests into
- Daily reconciliation of Electronic Checks.
- Enter University bank transfers into the Lawson Cash Book GL
- Scan, batch and index all EFTS and cash management
related documents into DocFinity.
- Reconcile cash management bank fees.
- Handle requests and questions from LUC departments
regarding cash management functions of: daily deposits to banks;
armored car and courier pick-ups; and any other routine requests
that departments may require.
- Update and maintain Cash Management Policy and Procedure
- Order cash management supplies and distribute supplies to
various LUC departments as needed.
- Complete miscellaneous cash management projects assigned by the
Director Cash Management or Associate Director of Treasury
- Backup to Associate Director of Treasury Operations
To perform the job successfully, an individual should demonstrate
the following competencies:
- Problem Solving – Must be able to analyze
and resolve difficult and complex issues, multi-task and prioritize
work assignments, and meet stringent deadlines. Must possess
creative and analytical ability to resolve cash management
- Customer Service – Must demonstrate tact,
professionalism, and courteous behavior when dealing with issues or
concerns communicated by internal and external constituents.
- Interpersonal – Must work well with
others and demonstrate excellent collaboration skills in order to
achieve and maintain effective working relationships with both
internal and external contacts.
- Communication- Must possess excellent
verbal and written communication skills.
- Business Acumen – Must be able to work
independently and possess a general understanding of various areas
of business, i.e., higher education, banking and cash management
- Diversity – Must acknowledge and honor
LUC’s commitment to diversity and inclusion within the
Minimum Education and/or Work Experience
Bachelor’s degree in business or related field. Three to five
years’ work experience with two to four years of experience in an
environment related to or similar to treasury operations;
e-Commerce solutions, merchant card processing, Payment Card
Industry Compliance, and higher education customer service
- Education: Minimum qualifications include
a bachelor’s degree, preferably in business, finance or other
- Experience: Strong preference for 1 to 2
years of experience working with banking and/or treasury function
systems. Experience working in higher education and in a customer
service capacity is desirable.
- Math Ability: Strong aptitude for math
and analytical thinking.
- Computer Skills: Knowledge of Microsoft
Word and Microsoft Excel and Outlook are required.
- Travel: Travel between campuses may be
required. The above statements are intended to describe the general
nature and level of the work being performed by those assigned to
the position. This is not an exhaustive list of all duties and
responsibilities. Loyola management reserves the right to amend and
change responsibilities to meet business and organization