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  • Urbana, Illinois, Coordinator of Government Costing System Government Costing System Office positions, such as this position, are not eligible for the employee referral program. Job Summary The Coordinator of Government Costing will, under supervision and training, perform data gathering, perform analyses, review of service activity rates, calculation of the Facilities and Administrative (F&A) indirect cost, fringe benefit, and tuition remission rates, and other projects as assigned. Duties & Responsibilities Assist with reviews and analysis of service center rate calculations. Participate in meetings with University departments to learn about their operations and provide guidance in the development of their rates. Assist with in-person and online training sessions to service center customers, including monthly in-person formal training sessions and other one-on-one and small group trainings as requested by University departments. Assist in preparation of the Facilities & Administration Rate proposals. Assist in preparation of the 'University Administration Calculation' for all three Universities Facilities and Administrative Rate proposals. Assist with preparation of Fringe Benefit Rate proposals. Assist with preparation of Tuition Remission Rate calculations. Assist with compilation and issuance of rate communications. Assist with preparation of responses to audit requests. With supervision, run numerous costing databases, queries, and reports in support of all costing functions and operations as required. Perform other duties and responsibilities appropriate for a Coordinator of Government Costing position as assigned. Minimum Qualifications 1. Bachelor's degree with a major in Accountancy or a related field AND two (2) years of professional level accounting experience, OR 2. Possession of current registration as a Certified Public Accountant (CPA), Certified Management Accountant, or a valid license to practice Public Accounting (LPA). OR 3. Master's degree in Accountancy or a related field. Preferred Qualifications Previous work experience at an institution of higher education or government institution. Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Knowledge of Banner programs/applications and SAP Business Objects Web Intelligence. Knowledge of generally accepted accounting principles, and state and federal regulations related to cost accounting, sponsored project administration, and rate development. Appointment Information This is a 100% full-time Civil Service 5000 - Accounting Associate position, appointed on a 12-month basis. The expected start date is as soon as possible after 5/13/2024. Starting salary is $48,000, salary is commensurate with experience. Sponsorship for work authorization is not available for this position. For more information on Civil Service classifications, please visit the SUCSS web site at https://www.sucss.illinois.gov/pages/classspec/default.aspx . Application Procedures & Deadline Information Applications must be received by 6:00 pm (CST) on April 29, 2024. Apply for this position using the Apply Now button at the top or bottom of this posting. In order to be considered as a transfer candidate, you must apply for this position. Applications not submitted through https://jobs.illinois.edu will not be considered. If required by the position, transcripts or other documentation of credentials are to be provided no later than the first day of employment. For further information about this specific position, please contact johannam@uillinois.edu . For questions regarding the application process, please contact 217-333-2137. The University of Illinois System is an equal opportunity employer, including but not limited to disability and/or veteran status, and complies with all applicable state and federal employment mandates. Please visit Required Employment Notices and Posters to view our non-discrimination statement and find additional information about required background checks, sexual harassment/misconduct disclosures, COVID-19 vaccination requirement, and employment eligibility review through E-Verify . Applicants with disabilities are encouraged to apply and may request a reasonable accommodation under the Americans with Disabilities Act (2008) to complete the application and/or interview process. Requests may be submitted through the reasonable accommodations portal , or by contacting the Accessibility & Accommodations Division of the Office for Access and Equity at 217-333-0885, or by emailing accessibility@illinois.edu . Requisition ID : 1021120 Job Category : Administrative To apply, visit https://illinois.csod.com/ux/ats/careersite/1/home/requisition/8555?c=illinois Copyright 2024 Jobelephant.com Inc. All rights reserved. Posted by the FREE value-added recruitment advertising agency jeid-bc86cbbc2f96cd42aeae50a10994a427
  • DeKalb, Illinois, Full-Time/Part Time: Full-Time Overview: Northern Illinois University ( NIU ) seeks an Internal Auditor to join our Internal Audit team. Reporting directly to the University President, the Internal Audit Department provides independent and objective assurance and consulting services designed to add value and improve the University's operations. Northern Illinois University is a world-class, research-focused public institution that attracts students from across Illinois, the country and the world and currently serves more than 15,600 students. NIU's vision is to be an engine for innovation to advance social mobility; promote personal, professional and intellectual growth; and transform the world through research, artistry, teaching and outreach. Our mission is to empower students through educational excellence and experiential learning as we pursue knowledge, share our research and artistry, and engage communities for the benefit of the region, state, nation and world. Join our audit team for an opportunity to make an impact and add value as our institution accomplishes these goals. Position Summary: The internal auditor will work independently within the Internal Audit Department under the direction of the Chief Internal Auditor. The internal auditor plans the audit, examines and evaluates information, communicates results, and follows up on corrective actions taken. This is an entry level audit position and the successful candidate will perform audits that are general and more routine in nature including audit activities with a focus on financial, operations, compliance, internal controls, as well as, internal consulting. In addition, the auditor will conduct follow-up audits to ensure the value of internal and external audit recommendations. Essential Duties and Responsibilities: Conducting Internal Audits – 55% Assessing the adequacy and effectiveness of financial and administrative controls. Selecting and performing audit procedures that assure auditor objectivity is maintained and audit goals are met effectively and efficiently. Determining the nature, timing, and extent of substantive tests and analytical procedures based on audit risk and materiality. Obtaining information that is sufficient, competent, relevant, and useful to provide a sound basis for audit findings and recommendations. Collecting, analyzing, interpreting, and documenting information on all matters related to audit objectives and scope of work. Preparing work papers that provide principal evidential support for the audit report, demonstrate compliance with audit standards, and support the audit conclusions. Conducting NCAA Compliance Audits – 20% Perform audits specific to the environment in which NIU operates including audits related to all aspects of compliance with the National Collegiate Athletics Association ( NCAA ) regulations and related athletics conference regulations. Reporting Results of Internal Audits or Examinations – 10% Making oral and/or written presentations to management during and at the conclusion of the examination, discussing deficiencies, recommending corrective action, and suggesting improvements in operations and reductions in cost. Preparing formal written reports, expressing opinions on the adequacy and effectiveness of the system of financial and administrative controls and the efficiency with which activities are carried out. Planning Internal Audits – 10% Obtaining background information about auditee activity. Performing survey of functions and activities of auditee to determine areas of audit emphasis. Establishing audit objectives and scope of work. Determining audit procedures to be used and resources required for the audit. Writing a detailed audit program and obtaining approval of the program from the Director of Internal Auditing. Follow-Up on Internal Audit Recommendations – 5% Subsequent follow up is documented and includes appraising the adequacy of corrective action to improve deficient conditions. Specialty Factors (Civil Service): None Minimum Required Qualifications (Civil Service): Any one or any combination that equals three (3) years (36 months) from the categories below:  College course work in information technology, accounting, business administration, finance, or a closely related field 60 semester hours equals 1 year (12 months) 90 semester hours equals 2 years (24 months) 120 semester hours equals 3 years (36 months) Progressively more responsible experience that provides a knowledge of generally accepted principles, theories, and practices used in internal auditing  NOTE : Possession of a Certified Internal Auditor, Certified Information Systems Auditor, Certified Fraud Examiner, Certified Information Systems Security Professional certificate or a Certified Public Accountant certificate satisfies all the training/experience requirements of this class. Minimum Required Qualifications (SPS): N/A Salary: $53,000.16 - $58,000.08/annually Application Procedure: Application Procedures: Fully complete the Education and Work History sections of the application. Be specific on your entire work history, including employment dates and duties for all positions held. Applicable part-time work experience will be considered toward qualifying for this position; however, it will be converted to a full-time equivalency to determine combined length of experience. Important: Please upload any unofficial transcript(s) and/or documentation that verifies any education, experience, and/or training you have received. If eligible for Veteran's Preference Points, DD214/DD215/NGB22/DD256 paperwork reflecting an Honorable Discharge MUST be uploaded to this application to receive the maximum eligible points on the Civil Service examination. After the posting has closed, your submission will be reviewed to determine if you meet the minimum qualifications for the classification, including any specialty factors associated with this position. If you meet the minimum required qualifications for this position, you will receive a score based on your education and experience, and your name will be placed on the active employment register. Please monitor your e-mail for further information regarding your application. Emails will be generated from jobs@niu.edu and CivilServiceTesting@niu.edu . Please add these emails to your address book to ensure timely delivery of any future communication. Illinois residency required within 180 days of the hire date. Credentials Assessment Examination: The examination for this position is a Credentials Assessment and is based on your application materials as submitted for this posting. A Credential Assessment is a rating by the Human Resources Office of an applicant's/employee's education, experience, and special credentials/qualifications (licenses, etc.). Applicants are required to upload documentation to verify the minimum qualifications for this position has been met. Required documentation noted in the posting, such as a driver's license, licensures, or certifications MUST be uploaded with your application materials. After assessment of all qualified applicants has been completed for this position, the names with the top three (3) scores will be referred to the hiring department for interview. Additional Details: Click on Internal Auditor for more information including salary ranges, typical duties, minimum acceptable qualifications, and testing requirements. Applicants who may assume they do not meet the exact minimum qualifications are still invited to apply. Within the application documents, applicants should be sure to explain how their credentials and related qualifications address the requested minimum requirements. Please click on Human Resource Services – Benefits for detailed information about Northern Illinois University's benefits package. Employment is contingent upon your passing a criminal background investigation. You may not begin work until the criminal background investigation results have been received and cleared by Human Resources. EEO Statement Summary: In accordance with applicable statutes and regulations, NIU is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, ethnicity, color, national origin, ancestry, sex, religion, age, disability (physical and mental), marital status, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender (identity and expression), political affiliation, or any other factor unrelated to professional qualifications, and will comply with all applicable federal and state statutes, regulations and orders pertaining to nondiscrimination, equal opportunity and affirmative action. The following person has been designated to handle inquiries regarding the non-discrimination policies: Ethics and Compliance Officer, Title IX Coordinator Health Services Building Room 230 TitleIXCoordinator@niu.edu 815-753-5560
  • Athens, Ohio, Job Description: The Executive Director and CAO is responsible for overseeing the university's collective risk mitigation efforts including risk management, compliance, and internal audit. OARC aims to protect organizational value by providing risk-based assurance and advisory services through its audit, enterprise risk management, and compliance efforts. This position provides strategic leadership and direction to ensure that the university's operations are conducted in compliance with all relevant laws, regulations, and internal policies, and effectively managing and mitigating internal and external risks to the university. In the role of Executive Director this person reports directly to the President and in the role of Chief Audit Executive this position reports directly to the Chair of the Audit and Risk Management Committee. Primary Accountabilities : 1. Directs the activities of the Internal Audit department to utilize best practice tools and procedures to provide assurance to senior management and members of the Board of Trustees' Audit and Risk Management Committee that units are operating in compliance with applicable laws, regulations, and university policies. Conducts regular operational audits and ongoing reviews of internal controls related to policy, law, and regulatory requirements. Conducts continual risk assessments and makes changes to audit plans, as necessary, in response to shifting perceptions and outcomes of risk. The CAE synthesizes information from systems, institutional policy and procedure, departmental practice, industry trends, and best practices in a cohesive assessment of processes so that control deficiencies are identified, operational efficiencies can be determined, and appropriate recommendations can be developed to assist management in improving operations. 2. Directs and oversees the staff and activities of the compliance and privacy functions within OARC to provide leadership, education, and some monitoring activities in the areas assigned to the Chief Privacy Officer and in the Compliance Director's assessment of institutional compliance with applicable university policies and procedures and Federal, State, local or international laws and regulations. Addresses potentially serious compliance issues and advises management on possible compliance risks through open communication channels and direct access to the Audit and Risk Management Committee. Assesses and develops key compliance metrics and establishes a method for tracking them. 3. Oversees and facilitates a collaborative, enterprise-wide approach to Enterprise Risk Management ( ERM ) at Ohio University. Responsible for stakeholder engagement, which includes outreach, training, facilitated risk discussions, and assistance in developing and monitoring risk treatment plans within the university's risk register. Maintains an ongoing awareness of emerging external and internal risks and opportunities. This position will not be responsible for setting the institution's risk tolerance, accepting risk on behalf of management, or serving as a risk owner for any identified risk. 4. Oversees operation of the university's ethics hotline and conducts regular investigative audits, including those resulting from allegations of improper or fraudulent actions such as violations of state law, waste of public funds and/or non-compliance with law or policy. In the case of those audits, the position must be able to act objectively and independently, and if applicable, with the cooperation of law enforcement to review and assess whether allegations have merit or require corrective action(s). The CAE also oversees the external auditor selection process every five (5) years and coordinates audit interactions each year with the State Auditor's Office and the external audit firm. 5. Other duties as assigned by The President and/or the Chair of the Audit and Risk Management Committee. Minimum Qualifications: An earned bachelor's degree in accounting, business, or related field. Certified Public Accountant ( CPA ) or Certified Internal Auditor ( CIA ). Eight or more years of related work experience. Eight or more years of supervisory or managerial experience. Preferred Qualifications: Master's degree in accountancy, business, or related field. Certified Information Systems Auditor ( CISA ). Certified Fraud Examiner ( CFE ). Certified Compliance & Ethics Professional ( CCEP ). Planning Unit: Office of the President Department: Internal Audit Applicants may contact this person if they have questions about this position: Carly Leatherwood, leatherc@ohio.edu Employment Type: full-time regular Advertised Salary: The salary is commensurate with the selected candidate's education and experience. Relocation allowance or Sign on Bonus of up to 10% of the base salary may be available. Ohio University is proud to offer a robust healthcare plan that includes maternity care, transgender care, counseling and mental healthcare, prescription coverage, vision, dental, orthodontia care, and more. Our robust benefits package also includes paid holidays, sick time, personal time, a tuition waiver up to 100% for self and dependents, an excellent retirement plan with up to a 14% employer contribution, a 12-week parental leave program, adoption reimbursement, flextime and flexplace policies, an employee assistance program, access to professional development programs, and additional employee resources. Additional information is available at https://www.ohio.edu/hr/benefits .
  • Kalamazoo, Michigan, Job Description: Prepares various comprehensive financial statements, reports, and presentations as required for audit, legal, and reporting purposes. Engages in strategic planning and provides direction on policies and procedures. Provides financial analysis and reporting for University departments campus wide and recommends process improvements to promote efficiency and accuracy. Manages the input/output control process for the University's general ledger system. Assists the director in executing monthly and year-end general ledger close process. Ensures compliance with governmental accounting standards. Processes monthly reconciliations to the general ledger. Collaborates with the external auditors to ensure completion of the year-end audit. Responsible for creating and compiling year-end work papers Short Job Description: Bachelor's degree in related field from an accredited institution. Three years' relevant experience. Professional accounting or financial background with reporting experience. Certified Public Accountant ( CPA ) Job Ref: S713P Job Reply URL: 2293
  • Chicago, Illinois, Job Title Operations Director Job Description Summary Responsible for managing local office operations for commercial real estate services within a specified sub-region. This role will ensure that administrative, facilities, and operational functions are provided to local offices in an efficient and effective manner. This role will directly manage operations staff, and will be responsible for service delivery through management of administrative support staff, Office Managers, faculties team and/or Office Coordinators. The Director of Market Operations will provide management oversight for operations functions and staff throughout the sub-region, and will work closely with Market Leaders and supporting functions to implement strategic initiatives. As an operations leader, this individual will ensure there is sufficient support and act as a steward for operational excellence initiatives. Additionally, they will work with Regional Director of Market Operations to develop the annual business plan and the annual budget. Job Description May be responsible for one or more of the following: Provide leadership, mentoring and supervision to the administrative and office operations staff Direct all financial management of local office and specified sub-region including monthly and annual operating budgets, forecasts and reporting as well as assessment of variances for the market and service lines Responsible for approvals at local level for T&E, commission documentation, payables and resourcing needs. Responsible for facilities management including relocations and buildouts, managing leases, vendor relations, and overseeing compliance/record retention Implement and support all company initiatives Perform administrative duties in the absence of Office Manager and/or other executive administrative support including tracking broker licenses and professional memberships, manage on- and off-boarding of personnel, business continuity, coordinate moves and general Market Leader support needs LEAD MARKET OPERATIONS Provide leadership, mentoring and supervision to administrative staff, Office Managers and Coordinators within the assigned sub-region Ensure profitability and product quality of the service delivery and back office resources within the sub-region Creatively solve problems to ensure the marketâ™s offices operate in an efficient and effective manner Spearhead and coordinate training programs for salespersons and employees Collaborate with counterparts in other sub-regions to learn and utilize best operational practices Foster coordination and communication among the firmâ™s profit centers and work with the Market Leaders to develop and implement an annual plan for developing a collaborative work environment Support Market Leaders with the development of the annual business plan, budget and forecast Develop strategic planning across the different service lines within assigned sub-region and develop short- and long-range operating objectives, policies and programs Ensure overall achievement of budgeted financial targets and other standards set forth in approved business plans for the combined businesses/accounts within the sub-region Promote and ensure compliance with company policies and operating procedures Advocate, support and increase adoption of firm-wide initiatives Uphold the values, mission and standards of the company Encourage cross-service line and cross functional collaboration across the specified sub-region Demonstrate expertise with all facets of the companyâ™s business, specifically services provided and customers served Support Sales and Transactions Oversee all marketing, research, and service delivery teams and work with teams on staffing, following leading practices across the firm, and creating content that is best in class In the absence of functional leadership, manage research, marketing, and service delivery staff to best serve fee-earners in delivery of material In the absence of functional leadership, work with fee-earners to deploy teams of research, marketing, and service delivery staff based on level of effort and expertise required for delivery of material Work with Market Leader to resolve any conflicts over ownership of opportunities STRATEGIC PLANNING/BUDGETING Support strategic planning processes across the various service lines within the assigned sub-region Draft and finalize budget (revenue and expenses) Solicit input from service line, fee earners and market leads at pre-budget meetings regarding recent wins, pipeline activity, anticipated recruiting and attrition, capital spend, etc. PIPELINE MANAGEMENT, REVENUE REPORTING AND FORECASTING Help promote culture of compliance within market for fee-earners and project coordinators to routinely update CRM system Communicate and enforce guidelines on updating CRM system within Market Review pipeline report Follow up with fee-earners, project coordinators, commission accountant, Market Leader and Office Managers, as needed, to update pipeline information Communicate finalization of pipeline to Market and Service Line Leadership and answer questions as necessary DEAL DOCUMENTATION, COMMISSIONS ACCOUNTING, INVOICE PROCESSING/CODING Approve deal documentation and Revenue Summary Document to verify splits and other transaction details and work with fee-earners, as needed, to verify/update information and ensure adherence to policy Work with Market Leader to manage any conflicts over information recorded in deal documentation Work with Legal Counsel to determine if changes to standard contracts/agreements are required Oversee all incoming invoices using Workday Understand expense policy for compliance and correct coding Work with Commission Accountants, Project Coordinators, and fee-earners, if necessary, to review all deal expenses associated with a closed deal Oversee tracking of expenses related to deals, working directly with Office Manager to track all deal expenses Review reports from Commission Accounting on outstanding receivables and work with Market Leader and fee-earners to determine strategy for collecting payments Approve write-offs per policy APPROVE EXPENSE REPORTS Review and approve all expense reports and determine if expenses are appropriate and in policy in Expense system Review business case for necessity of expenditure Vendor Management / Administration Oversee and manage the purchasing and maintenance of office supplies and office equipment (i.e. furniture, IT equipment, telephones, snack services, plants, etc.) Solicit and negotiate vendor bids, contracts, and pricing Work with Office Manager to ensure all vendors are included in Workday Vendor Management RECRUITING/HIRING/ON-BOARDING STAFF Work with HR to develop job descriptions for identified opening Interview candidates for various positions Coordinate with HR, department head, Office Coordinator/Office Manager, IT/Telecomm to ensure all equipment is ordered, desk is set up and ready on Day 1 Determine start date, department, manager, etc. Use Workday for all HR needs (ETS in Global HQ) Manage employees and delegate workflow Prepare and deliver annual performance reviews and KPIâ™s Work in conjunction with HR on performance issues Ensure compliance with record keeping and policy adherence COORDINATE EVENTS AND CONFERENCES Oversee any events and conference within the market in conjunction with Marketing and PR Manage firm brand, marketing, and PR Other Administrative Duties Work with Office Manager to track broker licenses, professional memberships, and educational requirements and follow up with fee-earners on any delinquencies or upcoming actions required Coordinate any move with Office Managers and Office Coordinator by designing seating plan Work in conjunction with IT, Telecomm, Real Estate on all moves Implement emergency preparedness plan Manage required ad agencies, anticipated recruiting and attrition Cushman & Wakefield provides equal employment opportunity. Discrimination of any type will not be tolerated. Cushman & Wakefield is an Equal Opportunity / Affirmativeâ‹ Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without  regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, protected veteran status or any other characteristic protected by state, federal, or local law. In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act Amendments Act (ADAAA), if you have a disability and would like to request an accommodation in order to apply for a position at Cushman & Wakefield, please call the ADA line at 1-888-365-5406 or email. Please refer to the job title and job location when you contact us.