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Job no: 499709
Location: Oxford, OH
Work type: Salary Staff
Categories: Enrollment Services
Status: Full Time
Job Title: Bursar Coordinator
Hours Per Week: 40
This professional staff member reports to Associate Bursar for Operations and Technology and participates in efforts to increase the efficiency and effectiveness of Bursar operations and systems. Duties also include support of student information systems, including refunding, interface coordination, system upgrades, testing, and assisting with payroll deduction, departmental reporting, statistical analyses, and customer service and support. The Coordinator also may serve in a cross-functional capacity as representative for Bursar and Student Financial Assistance.
- Participate in the analysis and implementation of processes and products that will increase the effectiveness and efficiency of the Bursar operations and systems.
- Responsible for the production support of all student information systems, including:
- Coordinating the interfaces and integrity of third party systems including ecommerce setup and maintenance.
- Coordinating calendar events relative to system production, such as financial aid refunds.
- Coordinating and running processes such as refunding, holds processing and payroll deduction charge file loading.
- Assist with table setup and system security of the student information systems.
- Perform various analyses using standard system reports, ad hoc reports and reports/queries against the student information, and information from outside service providers and other agencies to ensure data integrity.
- Assists with troubleshooting, testing and implementing system enhancements and future software upgrades.
- Develop departmental ad hoc and production support reports using university supported query/reporting and desktop tools to maintain statistical analysis of departmental operations. Assist bursar staff with development of reports for individual use; provide training for creating and using reports on an individual basis as needed.
- Serve in a cross-functional capacity as representative for Bursar and Student Financial Services.
- Continuous review (and updating) of Bursar web content on the One Stop website.
- Performs other duties as assigned
- Associate's degree with a major in accounting, finance, business information systems or a systems-related field, or three years experience in a bursar or equivalent office
- Demonstrated experience with reporting tools and desktop tools, with proficiency in report writing and data analysis, and an understanding of relational databases.
- Bachelor's degree. Experience with Ellucian Banner, Oracle BI, Formstack, Slate, SQL, and knowledge of Student Financial Assistance rules/regulations highly desired
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
- Applicants must have strong critical thinking, analysis and problem solving, and PC skills, and the demonstrated ability to communicate across multiple constituencies: students, vendors, employees, and other departments. Must be detail-minded, organized, and must possess excellent written and verbal communication skills; must have the ability to handle numerous tasks, assign priorities, and handle confidential information; must have the ability to establish working relationships with co-workers, supervisors, university personnel, and students. Must be a self-starter. Must be willing to learn and think outside of the box to solve problems creatively.
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