The Business Information Technology Department (BIT) in the Pamplin College of Business has a position available for a Business Support Technician. In this role, the incumbent will be responsible for maintaining financial records and processing transactions for a number of accounts, including operating, salary, overhead, startup and Virginia Tech Foundation accounts in addition to research grant funds. This includes reconciling all accounts monthly in accordance with State and University guidelines. The Business Support Technician is also responsible for departmental purchases, verifying the accuracy of invoices and processing them for payment, as well as reconciling wage payroll. In addition, this person will work with the awards committee on scholarships and awards, process awards and notify recipients and request FERPA forms. The Business Support Technician will be responsible for assisting with a variety of department events throughout the year.
Demonstrated experience with bookkeeping and reconciling multiple accounts; demonstrated experience purchasing items from multiple sources for large organizations, customer service, working with people from a wide variety of backgrounds and ethnicities; experience preparing financial reports; demonstrated experience using computer software applications such as word processing, spreadsheets, and email.
Degree in a related field or equivalent experience; experience with Banner and or equivalent purchasing system; working knowledge of fiscal and purchasing procedures at Virginia Tech and through the State; experience with Canvas and working in an environment where prioritizing tasks and working independently are essential skills; experience with University records management and cash handling policies.
The successful candidate will be required to have a criminal conviction check.
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