Fiscal Analyst, State Reporting
Apply now Title: Fiscal Analyst, State Reporting
Job no: 493116
Categories: Finance, Staff
Salary: $46,329 - $57,911
Job Summary: Responsible for performing advanced, complex professional accounting and/or budget analysis. Incumbents in this class perform high-level analysis of college-wide budgets and/or accounting processes, including planning, developing, and recommending modifications; may conduct forecasting and modeling; maintain accounting and/or expenditure controls; develop and recommend operating procedures; and provide technical assistance related to area of assignment. Responsible for reporting for the PA Department of Education and coordination of reporting and data request from the PA Commission for Community Colleges.
The position will be posted until filled.
Bachelor's Degree in Accounting or related field and 3 years experience or a combination of experience and education sufficient to successfully perform the essential duties of the job.
Licensing Requirements: N/A
Hiring Range: $46,329 - $57,911
Preferred Qualifications: Knowledge of GASB and GAAP, as well as experience in complex general ledger accounting and reconciliations and state reporting requirements
Job Specific Task List:
1. Coordinates and prepares state budget documents including Budget Transmittal, Program Budget, Re-Budget, Mid Year Re-Budget, Capital Project Requests and double checking accuracy and reasonableness of information submitted. Performs analyses and accounting of Commonwealth revenue and debt service payments. Prepares credit and noncredit FTE reports and revenue entries, reports and monitors actual enrollments to calculate and record State income earned to the proper areas. Monitoring of student errors in the credit and non credit terms and verifying corrections. Prepare required reconciliations per schedules. - (Essential)
2. Coordinates and prepares information requests, reporting and data requested by PACCC (PA Commission for Community Colleges). - (Essential)
3. Prepares special analyses, reconciliations and reports for internal and external users. Responsible for documentation of accounting procedures and processes for College wide finance department utilized for reference and training. - (Essential)
4. Develops and maintains program costing methodology and process including reporting and annual preparation of program costing analysis for determination of performance of college-wide academic programs. Maintain continued enhancements/improvements to process functionality and reports to maintain data integrity and efficiency. Provides reports required by academic affairs for program accreditation as requested. - (Essential)
5. Participates in the preparation of reporting required for year end annual audit and PA Department of Education's Agreed Upon Procedures (AUP) reporting. Reporting to include Middle States, IPEDS and NCCBPreporting. - (Essential)
6. Prepares and researches noncredit audit reconciliations, to include a class by class reconciliation to the general ledger for the annual audit (to be prepared at least quarterly). - (Essential)
7. Development of specialized reporting required by noncredit to include financial, enrollment, etc. - (Essential)
8. Completes transfer of state deferred revenue funds accounts into active accounts for each term. Analyze, verify, and reconcile assigned general ledger accounts and prepare analyses for annual financial audit including FICA taxes, insurance, lease accounting and other special analysis. - (Essential)
9. Responsible for preparation and review of advanced special accounting and reporting related reports, analysis, and projects as assigned by the director, financial accounting, assistant vice president of finance and vice president of finance. - (Essential)
10. Other duties as assigned. - (Standard)
If part time, hours per week:
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