Notice of Vacancy: Library Fiscal Technician 2
Full-time, 12-month, permanent, Civil Service staff position located in the Library Administrative Office in Holland Library on the Pullman campus of Washington State University.
Summary of Duties: Under general supervision, the Fiscal Technician performs a variety of functions for the Libraries in the areas of fiscal processes, data entry, record keeping, and payroll. Interpret fiscal policies and procedures to maintain, modify, and reconcile fiscal records, submit invoices, review and reconcile fiscal documents. Initiate business processes in Alma and Workday. Order and manage inventory of supplies. Oversee Libraries’ travel and grant processing.
Qualifications: Required: High school graduation or equivalent; one year of general clerical or fiscal experience; OR equivalent education/experience. Demonstrated excellent working knowledge of Microsoft Office applications, especially Excel. Demonstrated organizational skills and attention to detail. Demonstrated ability to pay attention to detail and work accurately with numbers. Preferred: Demonstrated experience with fiscal and/or payroll operations in Workday. Demonstrated ability to multi-task with frequent interruptions. Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing and to effectively interact with people in a positive manner.
Job Application Link: https://wsu.wd5.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/WSU_Jobs/job/Library-Fiscal-Technician-2_R-6577
1) resume 2) cover letter and 3) contact information for professional references. Application materials should clearly communicate how the applicant meets all required qualifications and additional requirements.
Monthly Salary: Range #34, $2,827 - $3,650 (Step A through L). Successful candidates typically begin at the beginning of the salary range and receive scheduled salary increment increases in accordance with WAC 357-28.
Posting Close Date: Open until filled. Screening will begin Monday, August 15, 2022.
Background Check: This position has been designated by the department to require a background check.
Questions: Contact Bonny Boyan, email@example.com, 509-335-1535.
Washington State University:
Washington State University, one of the two research universities in the state, was founded in 1890 as the state’s land-grant institution with campuses in Pullman, Spokane, Vancouver, Everett, and the Tri-Cities. Due to its strong emphasis on excellence in research and education, the Carnegie Classification™ has designated WSU as RU/VH: Research Universities (very high research activity). The WSU strategic plan and the new OneWSU initiative have equity, inclusion and diversity as core values and the plan explicitly includes commitments to and goals surrounding being a national leader in “advancing the quality of life, economic development, sustainability, and equity through meaningful engagement in discovery, education and service with partners throughout the state, nation and world.”
Washington State University – Pullman:
WSU Pullman, the largest and oldest campus in the WSU System, is situated on approximately 620 acres in southeastern Washington in the unique Palouse bioregion on the homelands of the Nimíipuu (Nez Perce) Tribe and the Palus people. The Pullman campus has a largely residential student population (19,900 in 2020) with a college town feel with close access to both the mountains and rivers of the Inland Northwest and less than a day’s drive to any major city in the Pacific Northwest.
The WSU Libraries (http://libraries.wsu.edu), one of two Association of Research Libraries (ARL) in Washington State, houses over two million books and over 30,000 journal and magazine subscriptions. The Libraries are a part of the Orbis Cascade Alliance and are deeply invested, along with our partner libraries in Oregon, Washington, and Idaho, in the activities of the shared Unified Resource Management and shared Discovery environment. The Libraries also houses and co-directs the Center for Digital Scholarship and Curation (http://cdsc.libraries.wsu.edu), a collaboration with the College of Arts & Sciences that fosters digital projects across all disciplines and is home to national programs such as the Tribal Stewardship Cohort Program, The Sustainable Heritage Network (http://sustainableheritagenetwork.org) , the Plateau Peoples’ Web Portal (http://plateauportal.libraries.wsu.edu) and Mukurtu CMS (http://mukurtu.org).
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