William & Mary, NCAA Division I and a member of the Colonial Athletic Assoc. conference, seeks to hire a dynamic individual to fill a vital role within the Athletics Business Office. This position will assist with management of 23 sports by facilitating the daily operations of the business office and ensuring that financial transactions are processed accurately and in a timely manner. Core responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
•Manage online credit card system. •Generate payment vouchers. •Process journal vouchers. •Oversee all entry fees and guarantee revenues for the athletics department and ensure that the department is receiving the entry fee revenue. •Ensure that revenue/entry fees are coded correctly and in compliance with all relevant NCAA, state, university, and athletics department policies. •Review and audit all incoming account statements within areas of responsibility.
High School graduate or equivalent
Knowledge of basic accounting and business principles
Demonstrated ability to accurately and efficiently perform data entry into computerized financial systems
Demonstrated ability to analyze fiscal transactions for conformity with procedures and regulations
Demonstrated ability to interpret policies and procedures
Excellent interpersonal, written, and oral communication skills
Proficiency in standard desktop office applications – word processing, spreadsheet, and database, preferably Microsoft Office
Bachelor’s degree in business, sport management, or a related field, OR an equivalent combination of education, training, and experience.
Experience within a Division I athletics business office or other similar responsibilities.
Knowledge of Commonwealth of Virginia financial policies and procedures and experience with Banner and eVA.
W&M has been a member of the NCAA since 1936-37. It is a Division I FCS institution and a member of the Colonial Athletic Association (CAA). The main campus is located in the beautiful Historic Triangle region of SE Virginia, noted for encompassing Jamestown, Williamsburg and Yorktown. It is the second oldest college in the United States.