Junior Accountant II, Controller Department (10001630)

Reports to: Assistant Manager, Office of Student Accounting

Purpose: Make sure that tuition and fees charged and collected are following the university policies and procedures. The holder of the position is responsible for updating student information system (Banner) with the required adjustments in order for providing prompt and accurate information on student's accounts in compliance with AUC policies, procedures, and internal control rules. In addition is responsible for internal achieving at the Office of Student Accounting. Ensure better serving to AUC clients (AUC students, parents, and guardians). Update AUC general ledger with financial transactions posted to Banner

 

Principal Accountabilities:

  • Tuition and fees billing: Check each bill to make sure that the billed amount reflects the correct

  • calculations according to the approved tuition and fees costs (six times per year)

  • Tuition and fees refunds: update and reconcile all student's refunds (SCE, ESS, EE, and academic) Banner and SAP records

  • Contact AUC offices: Contact schools finance teams (SCE, ESS, and EE), University registrar's office, the enrollment and admission office, and the student financial affairs office

  • Perform other tasks as requested by the direct supervisor

 

Requirements:

Minimum education requirement: B.Sc. commerce, accounting or equivalent

Experience: Minimum of two years of experience

 

Skills:

  • Organizational Awareness

  • High internal control skills

  • Good level of English proficiency

  • High level of computer skills and knowledge

 

Position is open until February 21, 2019

 

Placement is based on the candidate’s experience and skills. Only candidates who make it to the shortlist will be contacted. If interested, please send an updated and detailed resume to hr2@aucegypt.edu, stating “10001630 Junior Accountant II,” in the subject line.

 

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